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Submitted by lars2thev 716d ago | review

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Review | Nieuwerwets.TV

Nieuwerwets.TV: It took nine years before the inevitable adaptation of Tolkien's book The Hobbit, the predecessor of Lord of the Rings, was released. The production stayed within the same hands with Peter Jackson at the helm, Howard Shore as composer, the same designers and scriptwriters plus further potential film's director, Guillermo del Toro. Is The Hobbit a repeat performance of his predecessor, or does the movie stay on it's own hairy feet? (Cinema, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey) 4/6

Jeffry  +   716d ago
I'm so pumped for this movie, I think I love it!
lars2thev  +   716d ago
So am I, so am I. Although I think I'm more a Lord of the Rings man, I should be able to dig this too.
qballbeg  +   716d ago
i totally agree!
qballbeg  +   716d ago
Very cool, i wanna see it for myself!
TheCritic28  +   715d ago
Four out of six...that's a weird grading scale if I've ever seen one.
Jeffry  +   715d ago
Filmwatch does offer it, so it isn't an uncommon grading scale. It's just an enhanced 5 star rating.
krazykombatant  +   715d ago
I would be more pumped for this movie if it wasn't for the fact that it was split into 3 movies.
MasterD919  +   715d ago
Three movies?!?! I thought it was two...wow.

I agree 100% in that case.
Garethvk  +   715d ago
We are under an imposed blackout as are most markets. We were not even allowed to go on Social Media and say we saw the film.

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