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The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)

"The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers" is a monumental fantasy film released in 2002 and directed by Peter Jackson. This epic continuation of J.R.R. Tolkien's renowned novel follows the perilous journey of Frodo Baggins and his loyal companions as they strive to destroy the One Ring; it is the second installment in "The Lord of the Rings" film trilogy. The movie boasts an extraordinary cast of talented actors, including Viggo Mortensen as Aragorn, Elijah Wood as Frodo Baggins, Ian McKellen as Gandalf the Grey, and Orlando Bloom as Legolas. With breathtaking landscapes, intense battle sequences, and a richly woven storyline, "The Two Towers" captivates audiences with its mesmerizing fantasy world. Immerse yourself in the magic and adventure by downloading and playing these enchanting sounds here.

A bit of the flank.
A chance for Faramir, captain of Gondor, to show his quality.
A chance for Faramir, captain of Gondor...
A descendant of Numenor, blessed with long life.
A Dwarf there was also. And an Elf and two Men.
A Eruchîn... (O, Children of Eru...)
A gathering of what?
A great host, you say?
A great power has been sleeping here for many long years.
A han noston ned 'wilith. (and I smell it in the air.)
A hit. A fine hit.
A Hobbit lay here.
A hutch to trammel some wild thing in.
A just question, my liege.
A long time ago.
A long time to say.
A new day will come.
A new order will rise.
A new power is rising.
A place of light and beauty and music.
A red sun rises.
A scout!
A shield maiden of Rohan.
A swamp, yes, yes.
A thing is about to happen that has not happened since the Elder Days.
A tree herder.
A tunnel.
A weapon that will change our fortunes in this war.
A wizard should know better!
Ae ú esteliach nad... (If you trust nothing else...)
Alas that these evil days should be mine.
Alive?
All dead. All rotten.
All our hopes now lie with two little Hobbits...
All the more potent for he is driven now by fear of Sauron.
Always he is looking for it.
Always you cast a poor reflection on me.
Am Marad! (To the Keep!)
An alliance once existed between Elves and Men.
An image of the splendor of the kings of Men...
And a host of men at my call.
And all chance of valor has gone beyond recall or desire.
And all its domains under pain of death.
And all that you hope for comes true...
And always the Great Eye watching, watching.
And anger.
And away he goes, precious.
And claimed lordship over these lands.
And come alive.
And every day was as long as a life age of the Earth.
And everywhere, his spies slip past our nets.
And for that, we are banished.
And has been my friend through many dangers.
And has been my friend through many dangers.
And he will strike hard.
And I come back to you now...
And I strayed out of thought and time.
And I to him.
And if he was really evil at heart.
And in fact, they are so alike in voice and appearance...
And it's the one place we're trying to get to.
And it's worth fighting for.
And light little candles of their own.
And maybe you aren't.
And Mordor?
And never come back.
And no sign of our quarry, but what bare rock can tell.
And now we cannot find them.
And Orcses, thousands of Orcses.
And safe is where I'll keep you.
And say my land is best
And smote his ruin upon the mountainside.
And so he'll strike hard and fast at the world of Men.
And so it shall be once more!
And so the weapon of the enemy is moving towards Mordor...
And some stairs.
And sometimes you didn't want to know the end...
And that Dwarves just spring out of holes in the ground...
And that we should seek to destroy it...
And the dreams of trees unfold
And the iron fists of the Orc.
And the long years of your life are utterly spent.
And the most reckless man I ever knew.
And the union of the two towers?
And the wind is in the West
And the woods of Tuckborough and Buckland will burn.
And then we take the precious...
And then we takes it once they're dead.
And then...
And there will be no comfort for you...
And they'll say, Yes! That's one of my favorite stories.
And those little family of field mice...
And water.
And we be the master!
And we have agreed...
And we never say anything...
And we smoked all of it. And then...
And what about Saruman? Have you come to a decision about him?
And wheels.
And when he does, we will be powerless to stop him.
And when the sun shines, it will shine out the clearer.
And where is your skulking friend?
And who will come?
And whose side are you on?
And wriggling.
And yet he bore a strange ring.
And...
Anger festers in their hearts.
Aragorn nedin dagor hen ú 'erir ortheri. (Aragorn, they cannot win this fight.)
Aragorn will die.
Aragorn, nad no ennas! (Aragorn, something is out there!)
Aragorn, son of Arathorn, and Boromir of Gondor.
Aragorn, you must rest.
Aragorn!
Aragorn!
Aragorn!
Aragorn!
Aragorn!
Aragorn?
Aragorn.
Are we to leave those poor Hobbits here...
Are you all right?
Are you mad? We'll be caught.
Are you saying there's another way into Mordor?
Aren't you?!
Arwen.
Arwen.
Arwen...
Arwen's time is ending.
As an old man hooded and cloaked.
As nightfall in winter that comes without a star.
As one of his companions, I'd hoped you would tell me.
As to be worthy of remembrance.
At dawn, look to the east.
At dawn...
At the turn of the tide.
Away with you.
Bar hrum.
Bar the gate. And set a watch on the surround.
Be careful what you say.
Be silent. Keep your forked tongue behind your teeth.
Bealocwealm hafað fréone frecan forth onsended...
Because he's got my ax embedded in his nervous system!
Because how could the end be happy?
Because I have to believe he can come back.
Because nobody's on my side, little Orc.
Because they were holding on to something.
Behaving like that.
Behind the hills...
Beneath the roof of sleeping leaves
Bless you, laddie.
Blood has been spilled this night.
Boe bedich go Frodo. (You must go with Frodo.)
Bogs and rope, and goodness knows what.
Boil them, mash them, stick them in a stew.
Boromir!
Boromir!
Bound to your grief under the fading trees...
Brace the gate!
Break out the ale! These men are thirsty!
Breathe the free air again, my friend.
Breathe.
Brego.
Brego.
Bring me back this mighty gift.
Bring my horse.
Bring your pretty face to my ax.
Burn every village!
But do not trust to hope.
But for a small culvert at its base...
But for all their cunning...
But for Faramir, this city would still be standing.
But he is not so mighty yet that he is above fear.
But he must be mistaken.
But I did not look for it in a Ranger from the North.
But I think, Mr. Frodo, I do understand.
But in the end, it's only a passing thing...
But it was not the end.
But it's nighttime already.
But more than this, I know it in my heart.
But never more than memory.
But now he has a mind of metal...
But now that I see him, I do pity him.
But now, something is about to happen...
But that will lead you past Isengard.
But then...
But there were two Hobbits. Did you see two Hobbits with them?
But they will not get far. The Uruk hai are too many.
But we are.
But we must look to our own borders. Faramir, Orcs are on the move.
But we mustn't let him have it.
But we swore to serve the master of the precious.
But you must understand, young Hobbit...
But you, my daughter...
But you, you are strong. And our need is great.
But you're part of this world!
But your part in this tale is over.
But, my lord, there are too many!
But, my lord, there is no such force.
By nightfall we will be overrun.
By order of Grima Wormtongue.
By order of the king...
By rights, we shouldn't even be here.
Call him names. Run him down all the time.
Can you not see?
Can you see the bottom?
Can't say that I have.
Can't take his draught!
Can't you hear yourself?
Captain Faramir!
Captain Faramir...
Captain?
Careful now! Or Hobbits go down to join the dead ones...
Cirith Ungol?
Come back to me
Come on, Frodo. Come on!
Come on, Gimli!
Come on, Hobbits. Long ways to go yet.
Come on, keep up.
Come on, people! Quickly, now!
Come on, Sam.
Come on!
Come on.