The Hobbit by Tolkien and Peter Jackson

The Hobbit by Tolkien and Peter Jackson

Postby jasperjoffe » Thu Dec 20, 2012 1:02 pm

Ah the hairy feeted one finally gets his own film. I havent seen a film in a cinema for a while so perhaps my views are distorted but...
Well it's 1/3 of the story, it's got some strange additions, and Jackson's messed up the structure. But...
I didn't watch it in 3D, which I find annoying and small, but this is meant to be extra 48 frames HD bollocks, and you can see a lot of pores, not sure movies really need anything but images, sound, and stories, they're not about definition more sweep.
But I did actually stay awake for 3 hours, there are some amazing sights (how quickly though we become accustomed to a million realistic orcs) and against character I liked the singing, and camaraderie. Martin Freeman is very good as Bilbo, and the dawdling pace with interruptions of peril is true to the book.
Yes I will see the next one.
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