|Which is the better film?|
|Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi||The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King|
Each is chronologically the sixth and final installment of their respective film saga, or at least their initial sextets. Both start with the heroes going into enemy territory (Tatooine/Isengard) in order reunite with their previously captured friends (Han Solo/Merry & Pippin) and see to the overthrowing of a powerful enemy (Jabba the Hutt/Saruman the White) who had prior sent his minions to hunt some of them down. That enemy ultimately being slain by someone he is keeping in bondage (Leia Organa/Grima Wormtongue) with an attack from behind. Afterward they must prepare for the cataclysmic battle with the armies serving the Dark Lord. (Emperor Palpatine/Sauron) The rogue (Han Solo/Aragorn) finds himself having to rise to the occasion as a leader (a general/a king) to take the forces of good into the conflict whilst the central protagonist (Luke Skywalker/Frodo Baggins) has to complete his personal journey nearly on his own as he ventures deepest into the enemy's domain. Culminating in their final confrontation within a dangerous monolith (The Death Star II/Mount Doom) with the dark counterpart they'd hoped to redeem (Darth Vader/Gollum) in the dark lord's presence where they have to make the ultimate choice of whether or not they'll submit to the darkness. In the end the dark lord is destroyed after a great plummet and the hero's opponent ultimately dies with him. A narrow escape is made from the villain's domain as it crumbles apart, leading into the heroes becoming reunited to celebrate their victory with each other and to begin life anew.