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Offline McMetal

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Re: 'The Hobbit' movie
« Reply #405 on: January 5, 2015, 10:31 AM »
Finally saw it this past weekend and loved it. The pacing was great...did not feel like a 2.5 hour movie at all. I think it helped a lot being able to jump right into the action without a long build-up.

Agree with all the comments about the 3D HFR, I always see that version first but the rapid "closed-circuit TV-esque" movement is very distracting, much moreso than the first installment. I look forward to watching this at home on Blu-Ray.

Sad that this is the end of that world...Jackson did an amazing job breathing life into this universe over 6 films.

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Re: 'The Hobbit' movie
« Reply #406 on: January 5, 2015, 11:23 AM »
"End of the world"?  He could always film the original war that ended with Sauron being a lefty.  That's two more films there, easy.   8)
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Re: 'The Hobbit' movie
« Reply #407 on: January 5, 2015, 12:03 PM »
Why stop now? Out of those six movies about half of it wasn't in the books anyway. Jackson could make a sequel trilogy about Saurmon escaping and building a new army. Maybe some magical force could awaken? Jackson could even do spin offs based on a character. Who wouldn't want to know what happen to Merry and Pippen when they got home?
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