Tag Archive: character analysis

Pity for a Creature as Dark as Darkness: An Analysis of Gollum and Bilbo’s Encounter in “The Hobbit”

“He was desperate. He must get away, out of this horrible darkness, while he had any strength left. He must fight. He must stab the foul thing, put its eyes out, kill it…”

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Imperiling Empowerment: An Analysis of “Let It Go” in Disney’s “Frozen”

“‘Let It Go’ informs the audience of the evil and the despair that Elsa has the potential to fall into, while keeping her a completely sympathetic character…”

Boromir: The Misunderstood Hero?

“It is clear that Boromir embodied the Fallen Man; that is Man who is affected by the aftermaths of the first sin of the first people Adam and Eve in Paradise.”

Aragorn the Lover: A Union with the Beloved and a Call to Greatness

Read this article about Aragorn fulfilling the great archetypes of the King, the Warrior, the Magician, and the Lover.

“Family Don’t End in Blood”: How the TV Show “Supernatural” Strengthened My Faith

Read this Catholic analysis of the series “Supernatural”, and how it has strengthened the author’s faith.

Winter of the Soul: A Spiritual Analysis of the Game of Thrones Pop Culture Phenomena

“After the last plot twist has twisted, and the last shock factor sprung, and the last act of retribution accomplished, what will people be able to look back and remember as a lasting legacy of the program?”

The Price of a Soul: Musings on the Moral Beauty of “Les Miserables”

Enjoy this insightfully, spiritually in-tune review of the moral beauty of the motion picture “Les Miserables.”

Down a Dark Path: The Story of Sauron

Read this character analysis of Sauron, and how his narcissism slowly corrupted his original intentions and led him down a dark path.