Resting in darkness for years, just waiting for the right moment to re-enter the world to cast a cloud of death across middle earth. Black cloaked servants that serve the great eye of fire, the eye of Sauron, search for the great gold ring of power. The one ring of power finds itself in the hands of a Hobbit named Frodo Baggins (Elijah Wood), who is now placed with a great burden of destroying the ring but he is not alone. Frodo Baggins will join a fellowship, the fellowship of the ring. The fellowship is made up of Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) the ranger of the north, Boromir of Gondor (Sean Bean), the woodland elf Legolas (Orlando Bloom), Gandalf the gray wizard (Ian McKellen), the hobbit’s Samwise Gamgee (Sean Astin), Peregrin “Pippin” Took (Billy Boyd), Meriadoc “Merry” Brandybuck (Dominic Monaghan), and Gimli the dwarf (John Rhys-Davies). This fellowship is placed with the quest of destroying the one ring by casting it back into the fires of mount doom where is was forged so that the ring can never be placed back in the hands of the dark lord.
A small man named Frodo, unfortunately, finds himself in the position of taking on the sins of his uncle’s decisions, his uncle’s obsession over a golden ring that has elvish words written across the banner which can only be revealed in fire. This golden ring holds great power but the problem is Frodo’s uncle isn’t the only one who wants the ring. Frodo’s uncle stole the ring years ago from a creepy dude named Golem. Now Frodo is being hunted by a gang of black-cloaked cult members called wraiths who work for Sauron, who they call the black lord. Frodo is now tasked with creating a gang of his own to fight the followers of the black lord as he takes the ring back to where it was made at mount doom to destroy the ring. While Frodo is on his journey to destroy the ring he realizes how dope the ring is and begins to be taken over by its power. Luckily Frodo has his best homie Sam to keep him on track while they continue their quest to mount doom to destroy the one ring of power.