10 Simple Fixes That Would Have Saved The Hobbit


We’re still waiting for The Battle Of The Five Armies, but it’s probably reasonable to say that, on the whole, Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit movies have failed to match the towering achievement that was The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Despite his best efforts, this mammoth prequel is just plain inferior, falling short of the greatness previously reached.

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04roacht2149d ago

Unfortunately it will take more than this to have saved The Hobbit.

Hergula2149d ago (Edited 2149d ago )

In all honesty, The Hobbit films are far from bad, yet of course, they could have been much better. The main issue I have with the film is the pathetic visuals. I mean the visuals are really bad, like complete carbage, as without knowledge, I would think that these films were released in the early 2000s, not 2010+.The character development and depth is not there either, and Martin Freeman, who does an admirable job playing Bilbo, makes Elijah Wood's Frodo look like one of the best characters ever made.

All in all, as a writer myself, I blame the writer. I think that the script is just badly written.

I do agree with some of the points in the list, but completely disagree with the number 1 spot, as making it 2 films or even a trilogy is completely fine, as long as you do it properly. That's what they did not do, they messed it up, yet it still has many positives as well, can't forget those.