The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Review | Cinelinx

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Continuing with the theme of the previous trilogy, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, episodically, begins right where the Desolation of Smaug ends with Smaug the Impenetrable making a beeline toward Lake-town!

Our journey continues with the troupe of Dwarves looking out upon the smashed gate that has been wrecked by a fleeing Smaug. The vengeful dragon seeks to cause havoc, after years of slumber under the mountain, on the nearest town available, Lake-town. When the village is attacked, it's up to Bard (Luke Evans) to save his community and slay the mighty dragon, Smaug. Meanwhile, at the Lonely Mountain, Thorin Oakenshield (Richard Armitage), takes his rightful place as the King Under the Mountain.

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SouthClaw2172d ago

Absolutely crap. My preference for the order of the 3 films are 2 closely by 1 and a far distance away 3. The story FEELS stretched unlike LOTR. Disappointing. I know it wasn't PJ's decision but it ruined the films. It would have been better as a 2 part instead of 3.

PizzaSteve2171d ago

Was it really that bad? I liked the 1st 2.

TFireheroF2167d ago

This is just what happens after money.