This. Is. Awesome.
This. Is. Awesome.
Watched it earlier today and part of me actually wishes I didn't watch it because now it's going to be quite a long year waiting for this movie to come out. It simply looks amazing. Of course, it may actually inspire me to sit down and watch the LOTR trilogy again at some point this winter over the course of a couple days.
Kevin Gregg and Jason Marquis brought back vivid memories of the Lost Decade.
Kevin Gregg: DFA'd May 11, 2015
Jason Marquis: DFA'd June 5, 2015
Yes, it is scheduled to be released on 14 December 2012.
Going to be amazing.
You would think that with all the work they put into the movie that they would like it to run for longer than one week.Yes, it is scheduled to be released on 14 December 2012.
Heads of state that ride and wrangle. That look at your face from more than one angle. Can cut you from their bloated budgets. Like sharpened knives through Chicken McNuggets.
There are two parts, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey and The Hobbit: There and Back Again. The second part will be released on December 13, 2013
I don't know... I LOVE the LOTR movies, but The Hobbit is shorter than any of the LOTR books. Why are they stretching it out? How is it going to work? I'd say we should trust Peter Jackson, but King Kong and The Lovely Bones were both just awful, and to be honest I have issues with large parts of Return of the King (especially the ending, or multiple endings I should say).
That said, it was awesome to see them all again. And Martin Freeman is PERFECT, just perfect. I hope it is amazing.
Hate to say it but this movie bored me me to death the first three times I saw it.
Nice cinematography though.
Get your nunchucks and the keys to your dad's car. I know where we can get a gun
Actually, 3 winters ago, my wife was stuck home on a weekend stuck on a coach due to some minor pregnancy complications. Too top it off, once we got back from the ER mid morning, it started snowing about and dropped a good 6+ inches on us. Stuck to the coach all day, we noticed LOTR was running on TNT or TBS or something along those lines, commercials included. Having no where to go, no kid yet we ended up watching all 3 in a row. Didn't really plan to, just kind of happened.
I never read the books. I know The Hobbit is a prequel but what is it about? Is it as dark as LOTR?