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Ringer Reviews - The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey


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inteprid


Date Posted: 2012-12-15
Tolkien Fan Level: 5
Film Format Seen? 3D 48 fps
Will view again in a different format? Yes
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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is certainly a very good movie. It has action, comedy and everything a good movie has. The only problem is that the beginning is slow, and because of the content they decided to show for the first film, they are limited in what sort of character and plot development they can make. I firmly believe that this movie will be 100 times better when viewed with the following 2 movies in the trilogy. I also think that many people didn't really know that The Hobbit was a children s book compared to The Lord Of The Rings. Even if you are unhappy with the simpler plot and more lighthearted dialog you will come out of the theater happy. At least everyone who saw the 3D 48-fps version with me was.

The Ratings
The Other Ratings
Martin Freeman 's performance as Bilbo Baggins?
Richard Armitage 's performance as Thorin?
The Overall representation of The Dwarves ?
Andy Serkis' performance as Gollum?
Ian McKellen's performance as Gandalf?
Bilbo's retelling of the history of Erebor and of Thror/Thrain/Thorin
The Eagles rescue sequence?
The Goblin King ?
Initial impression of Thranduil?
Hugo Weaving's performance as Elrond?
Radagast's portrayal in the movie?
The representation of Goblintown?
Cate Blanchett's performance as Galadriel?
The Bag End Supper scene?
The scene of the Trolls?
The representation of the Arkenstone?
The Stone Giants?
Escape from the Goblin cave?
Riddles in the Dark scene?
The return to Rivendell?
The attack on the party by the Wargs
The first glimpses of Smaug?
The ending of the movie; in regards to leading well into the next film, and serving as a good ending point.
The overall pace of the film
Peter Jackson's vision in bringing the Hobbit to the big screen.






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