Favorite moment/line in The Fellowship of the Ring
I feel like every day I will be saying, "Well, I can't say this is my absolute favorite, but..." It's true, I love all of these movies so much and it is hard to choose the best line, costume, scene, etc. But I'm going to try my hardest, so put up with my disjointed ramblings and fangirliness. Please.
I'm going to take some liberties with this one and expand it to 'favorite scene'. That being said, it is 'Concerning Hobbits', right near the beginning of the movie. This is actually the scene that changed my mind about LOTR, and I still love it to bits. The Shire is one of my favorite places in Middles Earth; I love the rolling hills and the lake, the huge oak tree and the gardens, and, yes, the hobbit holes. The hobbit lifestyle is one that I would want for myself. I love how they spend a lot of time outside, working the land, yet have cozy old-fashioned houses in the ground. Lots of wood and stone and stuff like that - right up my alley. The best moment is when, after Gandalf and Frodo drive in, the camera pans out and you can just see the whole peaceful picture you got glimpses of before.