The Lord of the Rings is a movie using people with British and un-American accents. Also, the movie was filmed in New Zealand. This would normally make it un-American, but since the movie plot is anti-Hillary Clinton, this movie is alright.
Oh, it was also a book by a Brit named J.R.R. Tolkien before being made into a movie. (Therefore any reference to Hillary Clinton is bogus, as it was written during World War One for the author's son overseas.)
Movie Plot Edit
The plot of the movie is when Hillary Frodham "Frodo" Baggins decides to leave Arkanshire to search for the Ring of Power (obviously symbolizing the Presidency of the USA). When Frodo gets a hold on the ring and is about to drop it into the fire of Mordor, the ring corrups Frodo and he wears it. He goes mad with power and he destroys all of the world.
This obviously symbolizes what will happen to America if Hillary Clinton is elected President of the United States.
A Common Misunderstanding Edit
Many people believe that Legolas Greenleaf, the attractive elf archer, is played by Orlando Bloom. Orlando Bloom was originally casted, but had to back out due to a paper cut. This was because when the paper was in his way, Bloom tried to move it. But the paper resisted, and Bloom, being kind of French, surrendered to the mercy of the paper; and received none (he received his cut for this). Obviously this also explains his awkward speech, it is simply him trying to cover up an inherent French accent. The person that really plays Legolas is Stephen Colbert. Any Stephen Colbert fan can easily make out his definingly handsome features in this movie.