There are some aspects of this film that I like better than Peter Jackson's adaptation. Frodo in this film seems more aggressive against the Nazgul. When he's dying on horseback with Arwen, he still fights them off. Sam is a bit too much of a goofball in this film, and you don't want a doofus as the protector of the ring bearer. The voice acting and animation in this film is very good, although the rotoscope portions in Boromir's death scene are a bit obvious. It is a very good adaptation, though over all, I still prefer Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy.