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Jimmy Sheru (3461201) writes | about 4 months ago

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Jimmy Sheru (3461201) writes "Watch The Hobbit 2 Online Picking up immediately where the previous film left off, the Dwarves, Bilbo, and Gandalf continue to be on the run from Azog and the orcs pursuing them. But Gandalf grows more and more concerned about the rumored Necromancer and the darkness spreading across the land. This distracts him from Thorin's quest and he separates from the party to investigate the evil on his own. He leaves the vertically-challenged band to make their way to the Lonely Mountain by themselves and he will join them later... or will he?

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As Bilbo, Thorin and the gang continue to make their way, they face horrific spiders, confrontational elves, and untrustworthy humans, but they will have to face their greatest foe in the mountain if they are to retake it – the dragon Smaug.

"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" is rated PG-13 for extended sequences of intense fantasy action violence, and frightening images.

What Worked:
It's kind of nice to enjoy "The Hobbit" on its own without a lot of distractions. We now know what 48 fps film looks like, so you can take it or leave it. We know the tone of these films is different and at times more comedic than "The Lord of the Rings", so our expectations are now in check. We pretty much readjusted our bearings, so there's nothing but the story to enjoy.

"The Hobbit" was always my favorite of the Tolkien books mainly because of Bilbo's encounter with Smaug. I've always loved dragons in movies, so I had high expectations with this film. It did not disappoint. His game of cat and mouse with the dragon is the highlight of the movie and it's like he's playing hide and seek with Godzilla. Benedict Cumberbatch perfectly voices the smug Smaug (see what I did there?) and his superior ego. And I don't know how Cumberbatch provided motion capture for the dragon, but that is going to be one spectacular behind-the-scenes video when we eventually see it.

This sequel does offer up a couple of other memorable sequences. There is a spectacular escape by the Dwarves from the elf kingdom in barrels. They bob down some rapids while being pursued by both ticked off elves and bloodthirsty orcs. It is a beautifully choreographed action sequence made even more fun by the return of Orlando Bloom as Legolas. His CG stunts with the bow and arrow in "The Lord of the Rings" were some of the highlights of those movies and they don't disappoint here. Speaking of Legolas, we get to see him in a knock down drag out hand to hand fight with the lead orc late in the story. It's great to see the elegant, composed elf meet his match in sheer power and brutality of the orc, especially since he usually dispatches them with relative ease. Legolas fans will enjoy it.

Besides the addition of Orlando Bloom and Benedict Cumberbatch to the cast, the only other significant additions are Luke Evans as Bard, Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel and Lee Pace as Thranduil. Luke Evans' role is similar in some respects to Aragorn in the previous series. He's a noble rogue with a secret and primed to reclaim his honor. Evans does a good job in the role, but the spotlight is of course on the Dwarves and Bilbo. Lee Pace does make a notable cameo as Thranduil, Legolas' father and king of the wood elves. He's arrogant and self-righteous so it's easy to see why the Dwarves don't like him. But there is an undercurrent of fear about him that Pace subtly shows. He's an interesting character. Finally there is Evangeline Lilly as Tauriel, a new character added to the lineup. There was some controversy about her addition since she wasn't in the books, but she does fit in the films well. Lilly makes a likable elf and she adds a bit of a love triangle between herself, Legolas, and Kili. She's a welcome addition in my mind."

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Dominic Henderson (3461989) | about 4 months ago | (#45677985)

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