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Forget the whiners, this rocks!

By RaidenWins
Written October 27, 2016
I hear lots of complaints about time and other dumb things. Bottom line is the movie is entertaining, it's well done, and I simply can't wait for the next one to come out!!! I loved it and despite the long play time, it went very quickly. So much so that the ending really snuck up on you. I plan on going again and I dont' watch movies at the theatres but a few times a year.
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Ready to see it again!

By luvbks
Written January 19, 2017
Loved The Hobbit! When you've read a book that you so enjoy you think "No, it can't be made into a film." But Peter Jackson comes through once again. Although I read the book 40+ years ago, the story was told so well in the film that I began to remember wonderful minute details -- and remembered what a great writer Tolkien was.
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Stunning & Engaging

By igschauer
Written February 07, 2016
IMAX 3D is well-worth the extra money. Amazing Hobbit movie experience: fantastic NZ vistas combined with storytelling at its finest and the raw energy of elvish combat. Treat yourself to a grown-up, visual hot fudge sundae and go see this movie.
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Its very good, not great.

By jragsdale1
Written May 31, 2016
As an avid book reader, the departure from the storyline in places and picking up the appendices to write the script seemed megalomaniacal, but it works. My biggest complaint was the nauseating 3D effects, which I will surely NOT be viewing in the future. Go, but see it in regular theaters.
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good for children, i suppose

By plaintiger
Written September 30, 2016
I found The Hobbit to be way overdone, at least for adult consumption. between the direction, the script, the acting and the score, we're hit repeatedly over the head with things that a subtler approach would convey more effectively. when Thorin yells, "out of the frying pan," do we *really* require Gandalf to complete the cliché in order for us get the reference? (and does a wizard of the stature of Gandalf really have nothing better to do while in full flight from a pack of bloodthirsty orcs, or goblins, or whatever those things were?) the movie also often challenged (and handily defeated) my powers of suspension of disbelief. I did get a big kick out of the Rock-'Em-Sock-'Em Robots though.
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