A frustrating part is where Frodo actually (sort of) offers the Ring to Galadriel. She appears to laugh and find it almost funny, and fight some internal battle against herself, until her "good side" finally wins and she rejects the "offer".
Neither Galadriel herself, nor the book, gives any specifics about why this would be such a bad idea, other than the fact that the Ring "corrupts anyone", which is possibly only implied elsewhere.
Galadriel extremely briefly responds to Sam, who echoes Frodo's wish for her to take it, by saying that she would "start with" doing good, but it "will not stop with that". What exactly does she mean by this?
Would Galadriel the strong-willed, good-natured Elf-queen, who already controls one ring, albeit a lesser one, really turn into an Evil queen, as is implied in so very few words? This appears to almost be brushed over for some reason, whereas a lot of time is spent endlessly describing scenes. I wish Tolkien would've spent many pages reasoning about this, instead of making it such a short scene with almost nothing being said about it.
What exactly would she do that is so evil? How could she be "weaker" than a Hobbit? I almost get the feeling that she would set up massive torture camps all over The Shire and cruelly and slowly murder all Hobbits while laughing sadistically, but this doesn't seem to rhyme with her character.
Is this really what we are supposed to believe that the Ring would do if Galadriel got it? If not, what else?