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Hobbit

By ged2
Written September 01, 2014
Since I did not read the book I thought the story line and visuals were exceptional. I remember after seeing Lord of the Rings, we sat around and had hours of discussions on what was changed. I believe it is more entertaining to see it without reading the book first. The movie was outstanding, 3D is stunning, and most of all I like that kind of movie. Hope I do not have to wait a year to see the next. filming at 42 FPS was the way to go. Great Movie.
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gorgeous

By shameem
Written January 02, 2013
Fantastic to look at, as expected, and who doesn't love Martin Freeman? He was a genius bit of casting for Bilbo. It really didn't need to be 3 hours long though. All the jammed in battles began to feel more for the spectacle than the story. Richard Armitage does a great job with Thorin as well, loved him. Definitely see it on the big screen, but know you will feel the time pass!
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A Lovely Adventure That Leaps Past Second Breakfast and Elevensies

By kmowll
Written September 17, 2014
My three kids are all in their late twenties now and living in different states across from coast to coast. Nevertheless, they each want to experience The Hobbit with me since I read it to them aloud, one at a time, when they were young. And the conjuring of images at that young age is not disappointed when presented with Peter Jackson's representations on the 3-D IMAX screen. Indeed, it is a thrilling and reaffirming experience. There are embellishments to the original that stay true enough that it is easy to accept these indulgences as a fulfillment of the whole. The animation enables the teller of the tale to reach the heights of what is a spell-binding and engrossing adventure. This is not to be missed. It is long enough to make you miss your second breakfast and elevensies, but it is worth the grumbling of young tummies to treat the eyes, ears and furry little hobbit feet that tramp along with the grand adventure.
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Forget the whiners, this rocks!

By RaidenWins
Written September 02, 2014
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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Amazing!

By Bubbahotep
Written September 24, 2014
There's almost too much to process here, but I'll cut to the chase: I was concerned about the length, the high frame rate, the splitting of the story into three parts, the dwarves whom I at first thought looked a bit goofy. Well, I am here to say that on all fronts my concerns were not only unwarranted, but have all but been forgot. I am not a particularly huge fan of 3D, but I enjoyed Avatar's 3D and was willing to give Jackson a shot here as well. I'm glad I did. What a movie! Where some people complain about the length and have stated the movie takes too long to get going, I relished every moment of the Bag-End scenes. The Dwarves are fantastic, and the whole thrill of the adventure is alive and well. I can't wait to see it again. Congratulations to Peter Jackson for bringing us back in such a wonderful way.
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