Beorn and Radagast are given literally seconds of screen time; and for the first time in this prequel trilogy, a whole chapter The Return Journey is pretty much elided entirely. All this now was steamrolled over by the production team of this movie. The Clouds Burst 04:13 11. I'd like to be clear on my admiration for what Peter Jackson has done with The Hobbit so far. Shortly before the battle started, there were a few much-needed moments of comic relief, and I thought the film might possibly turn around.
I feel like this was an aspect where the story could've been made quite a bit more thrilling. To The Death extended 07:23 6. Do you have the standard edition of the the Hobbit the battle of the five armis soundtrack if you do can you plese reupload the soundtrack standard version not the special edition I never got to download the standard version of this album before it got taken down do you still have the standard edition of this album not the special edition version but other version of this album if you still have it can you plese reupload that version to hotlink plese? The Orc armies were lurking, whether Thor Oakenshield would successfully regained his kingdom or not, and how would the fate of Middle-earth area turn when the forces of darkness from Modor embodied gradually? The narrative follows the book fairly closely. To conclude my major points: The Hobbit - the Battle of the Five Armies once again brings you back to Middle Earth, and that alone made it worth watching for me. Synopsis After the Dragon leaves the Lonely Mountain, the people of Lake-town see a threat coming.
He felt so much love for the world and characters he created, and put so much time, effort and feelings into his work. It's not their fault that their character development was rushed because the movie was full of pointless Legolas Vs. Gravity scenes, dull Tauriel scenes who fell in love with Kili after having a conversation with him once or twice - same goes for Kili who fell in love with her and even gave her the token his mother, Dis, gave him. Did he ever get them back? Thrain Bonus track 03:25 Hey! Also, the very last scene was exactly like I imagined it would be, with Ian Holm's Bilbo and Gandalf knocking on the door. However, I have no idea what happened with this movie and the whole second trilogy.
A couple of years ago, when I heard Peter Jackson would direct two more Middle-earth movies, I started crying out of excitement. Now the poor boy is dead because he had a crush on a badly written elf which also completely degrades the importance of Legolas and Gimli's friendship. In my opinion it's ridiculous to cut something like that out because they were basically the main characters. Fire And Water 05:57 2. The people of Laketown flee to the ruins of Dale, in the shadow of the Lonely Mountain, only to be greeted by an army of Elves led by Thranduil, marching there too.
Prepare to be surprised nevertheless. I felt that those were refreshing changes of mood, and they are burnt into my mind - Legolas sliding down the stairs on a shield while shooting orcs, Legolas bringing down the Oliphants, Gimly being thrown over to the bridge at Helm's Deep. I felt that those were refreshing changes of mood, and they are burnt into my mind - Legolas sliding down the stairs on a shield while shooting orcs, Legolas bringing down the Oliphants, Gimly being thrown over to the bridge at Helm's Deep. Come on, the entire battle was about the gold. We get to see some familiar faces face-off with this faceless monstrosity.
And why were they gone after ten seconds? Beorn basically got fifteen seconds, if not less, screen time in the last installment of this trilogy. I did like some of the character development especially the inner confliction of Thorin, Thranduil and Bilbo. The Last Goodbye 04:07 10. Meantime, Gandalf, imprisoned in the ruins of Dol Guldûr, seems about to be finished off by the Nine Ring Wraiths, led by the deadliest of their lot, Witch King of the ancient, evil realm of Angmar. I am terribly disappointed, and I have no idea whether the changes were necessary simply to milk as much money as possible out of the whole project spreading out the story to get 3 long movies, even if that meant adding many new things , or whether Jackson actually thinks he knows better than Tolkien.
The Hobbit was a book written for children, and while there are scenes in the trilogy that will definitely be fun for children the dwarfs offering a lot of those kinda scenes , the violence and amount of killing and cut off heads make me wonder how suitable the movie really is. Where did those goats suddenly come from? There and Back Again 04:20 9. Home and borders are themes that have run through this trilogy, from Bilbo's Martin Freeman heartfelt declaration of solidarity at the end of An Unexpected Journey, to Kili's Aidan Turner fevered speech to Tauriel Evangeline Lilly as she heals his wounds in Desolation, when they realise reconciliation is possible. Orcs, dwarves, elves and people prepare for war. What happened to the gold? With The Hobbit, not only, but especially The Battle of the Five Armies, moments like this follow each other like canned laughter on Two and a Half Men. The Darkest Hour 05:33 2.
Storyline: After the Dragon leaves the Lonely Mountain, the people of Lake-town see a threat coming. I have grown up reading Tolkiens work, and I am simply stunned by how bad, how tasteless and disrespectful this trilogy is. Also, the very last scene was exactly like I imagined it would be, with Ian Holm's Bilbo and Gandalf knocking on the door. Where did those goats suddenly come from? But all my illusions were soon shattered during the ten-minute scene where Thorin walks on top of the ice that Azog is floating under with his eyes open, following the orc and apparently waiting for him to break through it, whensurprise! As a fan of the books I already know the answer, but the movie didn't really care to explain this important part of the story. To conclude my major points: The Hobbit - the Battle of the Five Armies once again brings you back to Middle Earth, and that alone made it worth watching for me. But don't forget we want adults to watch it too, so please, add tons of action and cut-off heads, too.
For The Desolation of Smaug we got bags more depth and character. Would the film would have so much more terrible hard to imagine without a cliche and badly-written love-story that was added by Jackson and Walsh? Why mention Legolas' mother and never explain anything about her at all? I did enjoy the first trilogy, and thought that the changes Jackson did to the story were sometimes understandable, sometimes acceptable. There's plenty of meat here - but where are the bones that hold it all together? Prepare to be surprised nevertheless. Those two movies soon got changed into three and I was angry because I was convinced the story was too short for three three-hours-long movies. If I had not read the book, I'd get really annoyed after watching this movie and not knowing what had happened to them. The Ruins of Dale 03:39 6. Why did this have to be added? Now the poor boy is dead because he had a crush on a badly written elf which also completely degrades the importance of Legolas and Gimli's friendship.
And what on Middle Earth will happen when an enormous army of Orcs and Wargs suddenly pours out of tunnels under the earth, surrounding and threatening doom to all the other armies gathered at the Lonely Mountain? I am terribly disappointed, and I have no idea whether the changes were necessary simply to milk as much money as possible out of the whole project spreading out the story to get 3 long movies, even if that meant adding many new things , or whether Jackson actually thinks he knows better than Tolkien. At least take a minute to explain how it got divided. Or there is one already and I missed it somehow? Heck, I even like the addition of Tauriel - though her unsatisfying conclusion is perhaps typical of a final chapter that too often fails to tie up its loose ends. Let's not forget about the scene wherein Legolas grabs a flying bat, or when Bard uses his son Bain to shoot an arrow, which should make him fall but somehow it doesn't, or when Dain and Thorin decide to hug in the middle of a battle, or when Azog somehow manages to float and dramatically opens his eyes. The Durins Thorin, Kili, Fili didn't get a funeral.