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dont wait any longer. a must see

By Butter Lover 007
Written February 20, 2013
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By luv_Movies2
Written February 17, 2013
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hobbling hobbit

By jjjfff
Written May 25, 2016
poor showing for a potentially great storyline. the cinematic effects were distracting, looked more like a cartoon or kids documentary, instead of a movie. wait and see it at home
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48 Frames per second is amazing!

By Katana Man
Written December 15, 2012
The best part to this movie for me was the HFR (48 frames per second). The motion was so much smoother. It also made things much sharper in detail. This should be the new standard as a minimum frame rate. Just fantastic. Absolutely the best visual movie experience I've ever had by far. 48 FPS will draw me into a theater every time from here on forward. As far as the movie itself, they certainly put a lot of CGI special effects effort into this one. I'd say more than any of the other Lord of the Rings movies. As usual, this movie would not be suitable for children.
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No Point

By johnnieIguannie
Written July 25, 2016
There doesn't seem to be any point to this plot. The movie ends hanging. The only thing I can think of is that good conquers evil. Special effects are good if you are into that. A lot of action and special effects but not much point to the plot would be my synopsis.
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