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the hobbit, the desolation of smaug | 2013

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The Hobbit; one more movie for the Lord of the Rings fans. People who like the "typical hollywood stories" (even though these were made by Tolkien) that now seem to be repeated. The Lord of the Rings/The Hobbit sequel have something magic  (maybe it's fans) that provokes people to go massively, or at least, more than other days, to the cinema. The Hobbit, as said, does not explain a story that you could not predict but, instead, it has the power to keep you on the edge of your seat. 

Peter Jackson has done a good work with the adaptation of the books and has also demonstrated he is a good director because que really nows how to make a transition and when he has to make it. Overall the movie is enjoyable and the end, quite unpredictable, in a sense that you are waiting for something that does not come. Even though, it is known that three movies were filmed to adapt this book, you are really expecting to see something when, suddenly, the movie ends... you go out of the cinema and still think you wanted to see how everything ended. 

This is The Hobbit, and the world needs to know that when this finishes, we should wait some time to see again this kind of "searching your lost kingdom" film, because now, this movies are good because they are adapted from really good and enjoyable books that became a success.... but when everything finishes, people are not going to be happy with only this kind of stories, they're going to look forward to different stories/ideas.  


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