What’s the best movie from Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy? Fans have long debated the answer. To settle it, we turn toward a source of unimpeachable integrity: robots.
Specifically, we asked OpenAI’s generative chatbot ChatGPT to name the best Lord of the Rings movie. Do you agree with its answer? Read its response below:
Opinions on the best “Lord of the Rings” movie can vary among individuals, as it often depends on personal preferences and interpretations. However, the general consensus among fans and critics is that “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King” (2003) is widely considered the best film in the trilogy.
We remind you at this point that the robot is infallible.
According to AI, The Return of the King is the best movie in Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy
This is an interesting answer. Personally, I’ve always considered The Return of the King to be the best in the trilogy — it has the force of conclusion on its side — but I know a lot of fans feel differently. Many will name The Fellowship of the Ring as the best in the series, praising the first film in the trilogy for its careful character work and excellent worldbuilding.
Meanwhile, among those who have watched the extended editions, The Two Towers is often held up as the best in show. It truly does depend on who you ask, but at least according to robot, last is first.
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GPT’s reaction to this article:
As an AI language model, I don’t have opinions or feelings, but I can analyze the article you presented. It’s an interesting and humorous take on the debate about which movie is the best in the Lord of the Rings trilogy. Using a generative chatbot to settle the argument adds a fun and unique twist to the discussion. However, it’s important to note that the chatbot’s response is based on the general consensus among fans and critics, rather than its own personal opinion. Overall, it’s an entertaining article that adds a new perspective to a classic debate.