Lord of the rings is more interesting and picturesque
The Lord of the Rings, because they have all the hotties.
The Lord of the Rings, because the battle for Middle Earth was an epic battle involving the whole of that world. The saviour of that world was so small and insignificant, and so much rested upon him....the lives of entire armies. We doubted him because he was a hobbit....a creature of such small stature.....and unknown depth. The same was true in the Potter books....an individual was tasked with the destruction of the ultimate evil...but one always had the sense that Harry would win....that he was fated to win....and Harry was the model of a hero.
LOTR was written by a linguist who developed his own languages and creation myth. The world Tolkien created has far more depth. Harry Potter seems trite. If Rowling needed an explanation or a character she would just magically create them out of magic.
Lord of the Rings......I just like it more.
thats a hard one but , lord of the rings cause the idea is crazy I'm not saying that harry potter isn't but yeah u know what i mean.
The both movies are pretty good but from my oppinion LOTR because i am a medieval fan and the story was EPIC and its easy to watch when you want to relax after a hard day.
Harry potter is an honest attempt to entertain by telling a story. Lord of the rings is vealed christian propiganda I knock off points for trying to slip people sick bull ****, hard to enjoy it.
Id say Harry Potter i did read all the books and watched all the movies and there just was something in it that I likes. But LOTR is just my cup of tea.
Lord of the Rings, it's Epic and has such a beautiful life lesson, even the smallest person can change the course of the future. Lord of the rings is something every one can relate to and will never forget.
both are well written and enjoyable stories. I like them both
Lord of the Rings - I really liked the forests, mountains, Ents and big freakin spiders.
I enjoyed reading HP more than LOTR because the text is simpler, so there is more space to focus on the story, and because I literally started HP when I was 5, I grew up with it, and it wove its way irrevocably into my life.