Written October 05, 2015
The LOTR films were to right, correct tone and feel.
The Hobbit should have been much lighter in feel.
It felt like the Hobbit is just a continuation of LOTR, to the point that it felt like they used the same shots for the film.
To long and to dark for what it should have been.
Written March 30, 2015
This is exactly what I wanted to see when they turned The Hobbit into a movie -- I didn't know it at the time, but I know it now.
The casting was perfect. I had no problem at all with the inserted scenes -- it gave me more of Middle-Earth and I could have sat there for another hour and not minded.
Written October 06, 2015
I was highly impressed with the film rendition of The Hobbit. It began a little slow and cheesy for me, but then immediately picked up and became amazing!! Loved Shmegal, even more than before. I have no qualms with recommending it to everyone as a must see. I plan and seeing it many more times and purchasing it asap!
Written October 08, 2015
This was my second time seeing the Hobbit:AUJ. First time I saw it was in 3-D awesome, this past time I saw it was regular, and I will see it again. I have seen all the Hobbit movies and I am there biggest fan!
Written August 30, 2015
I love the book The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien and I have since 1093, when I read it for the first of about five times. Now, if possible, I love it even more. Martin Freeman was the perfect choice to play Bilbo. The characters are perfectly realized, the scenery is stunning and the action is fantastic, so much so that I could not believe how quickly the film was over because I could barely look away for long enough to check-in on my phone and tell everyone how much I was enjoying it!
I was little surprised at first when it ended two-thirds of the way through the story, but now I am excited that I get to go back and see the end next year!