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Submitted by cmurdurr 1143d ago | opinion piece

The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly Sides of The Hobbit

Leviathyn.com | A few days after seeing the film, Cassidee recounts the best and the worst parts of Peter Jackson’s epic film The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Do you agree with her picks? (Cinema, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey)

aviator189  +   1143d ago
It needed some editing, but I loved the movie.
vanethe  +   1142d ago
it was too long , im a girl but that was a lot of talking !
Dms2012  +   1142d ago
An unnecessary journey.
ozzywazzy  +   1142d ago
Aren't you the cool hipster.
Dms2012  +   1142d ago
Only hipsters seem to use the word hipster. Simply not excited for this movie, is that ok with you?
ozzywazzy  +   1141d ago
That's fine, but to call it unnecessary is what's truly unnecessary. You give no reasons as to why it's "unnecessary." instead you blindly bash the film.

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