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The Rings of Power Episode 4: The Rings of Power continues its winding and mysterious journey, but is it enough to keep the audience engaged?

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, although not as successful as the recent Game of Thrones prequel, House of the Dragon, has managed to cause a sensation among the public. So far we've been enjoying the series here on Dexerto despite its flaws, and you can read our review of the first two episodes. here.

Episode 4 continues to build on the world it takes place in, and it does so by primarily focusing on a specific location this time. But first, WARNING: While we'll try to keep things vague, there may still be SPOILERS FOR RINGS OF POWER AHEAD...

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Rings of Power needs a driving force to rule them all

To the credit of the episodes, it starts with a fake scene that really traps you in a loop the first time you watch it, especially since it's not only used for shock but actually infuses itself into the plot, especially if you've read the material. of origin, and creates a sense of foreboding that is likely to carry over into the rest of the season.

Though, as we said in last week's review, a core driving force for most characters is still missing. There are plenty of subplots, and the threat of Sauron is always felt, especially with Adar (Joseph Mawle) as an interesting new villain, but by comparison, The Lord of the Rings was clear on its mission: destroy the ring and Sauron.

But it still feels like we're learning what the conflict really is about. And for episode 4, we're now at the halfway point, so this information withholding is starting to feel old.


Rings of Power continues to show new worlds and new characters

As those who have read the Silmarillion will know, the island of Númenor has a troubled past and will have an even more troubled future. This episode makes sure to focus on the location more thoroughly, as well as the people within it.

Island politics involving relationships with elves are definitely explored, though some cases are better than others. While the humans have a discriminatory protest about "the elves take our jobs!" can be seen as a relevant topic for today's audience, maybe having the idiot we've seen before be the one yelling this speech makes the discussion a bit too silly.

Númenor is a new place, of great knowledge and great turbulence.

Other moral discussions are raised, allowing us to meet some new characters quite effectively. We are given more information about Miriel (Cynthia Addai-Robinson), Eärien (Ema Horvath), Pharazôn (Trystan Gravelle), Kemen (Leon Wadham), and their relationships with each other are interesting but require further viewing to make a proper judgment. . in.

The recurring characters we spend the most time with, Galadiral (Morfydd Clark), Arondir (Ismael Cruz Córdova), Bronwyn (Nazanin Boniadi), and Theo (Tyroe Muhafidin) are certainly attractive, but they lack the charm that dwarves and hobbits – which they don't appear in this episode – they do, so one may find their scenes less entertaining, even if they do advance the plot significantly.

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The plot is too slow and the action too fast.

While we do get to see the dwarves for a while, a big scene with them involving a breakdown feels very rushed, undermining any potential tension.

There is also another action piece where we see Theo and Arondir running through the forest. The scene could be epic, and the slow motion certainly wants you to think of it that way, but the sad music choice feels oddly placed, and you might be stuck wondering why we're essentially seeing a glimpse of what could have been a great escape scene.

However, the orcs are delightfully evil in every scene they're in, so they're a lot of fun to watch.

It's a shame that after such a slow buildup, the really exciting moments feel so rushed. It would be very disappointing if this is how the show tells its story for the upcoming second half, especially considering how great the original trilogy's action is.

The show has great potential, so we can only hope they don't drop the ball during their home run.

Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power Episode 5 will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on September 23.

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