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Well worth it

By bhodges44
Written December 16, 2012
I enjoyed the Hobbit. It does a good job of getting through the first part of the book and sets up for the next film which should be exciting. They include some parts not in the book that make an effort to tie into the Fellowship trilogy which I personally think works. The digital 3D was alright, not that impressive. Seems like the push is to get folks to see this in IMax 3D rather than improving the digital 3D, which is a disappointment. Still, the Hobbit is worth seeing and I look forward to the next one!
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By sweetpea999
Written September 20, 2014
Must see!!! Love the way they blended the first movie ( fellowship of the ring ) in! I think it made the Hobbit part of the other 3 and not left it out there on its own! Loved it! Will see it again!!!!!!!
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Good Movie

By robinrains
Written December 28, 2012
I really liked that it stayed true to the theme of LOTR and it was a good movie. My only complaint was that there were really no good-looking leading men like Viggo Mortensen and Orlando Bloom as in the original LOTR trilogy to hold my interest. It also was slow to get moving, but I think that the second movie will be much better now that the group is well on their quest and the action is beginning.
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Hobbit, Remastered

By TomHoag
Written January 29, 2015
Both my girlfriend and I enjoyed the movie. Great visuals, good flow. I read The Hobbit several times and I went to the film without any particular expectations. I can see where a book purist would have been disappointed but we're already looking forward to the next part of the story.
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Tolkien paired with Jackson still a proven combination

By elemperador
Written December 18, 2012
I admit I was a bit worried hearing that the Hobbit was going to spawn three nearly 3 hour movies. I was pleasantly surprised that instead of feeling stretched, it felt natural and the time passed before I knew it. The visuals, as always, were spot on and the 3D helped immerse without feeling gimmicky. I loved how it started, tying in nicely with the start of the Fellowship of the Rings. I highly recommend.
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