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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

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Director
Peter Jackson
Cast
Ian Mckellen, Martin Freeman, Richard Armitage
Length
144 min
Music
Howard Shore
Producer
Carolynne Cunningham, Zane Weiner
Release Date
12 Dec, 2014
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REVIEW OF THE HOBBIT: THE BATTLE OF THE FIVE ARMIES

Verdict: Might not be the best of Peter Jackson’s works, but the grand finale of the epic series finally comes to an end on a fitting note. A farewell on a deserving note. A good watch for the audience who have been following the LOTR and The Hobbit series.

Review: The films takes on from the previous Hobbit edition where Smaug the dragon leaves the dungeon and goes to attack the village. The roller coaster ride takes us through various clans of Elves, Dwarfs, Orcs, Wizards and village folk. The plot continues to tangle all of the clan for one final battle between each other leaving the climax for everyone to restore their understanding from the first part of the Lord of the Rings series. Stirring battles, great CG work, stunning locales and the great visual treat is just a common aspect from Peter Jackson’s work. However, it leaves us with areas that get dragged and boring to an extent that the audience at the end of show might get a sense of tiredness that the Hobbit episodes could have been crunched to two episodes instead of three.

Some scenes are dragged at length and some action scenes whizz past too quickly. Though it has been an integral part of the previous films from the series, a more fitting action packed grand finale would have been a fair ask from the generous and hard core fans of LOTR and Hobbit fans. Audience might end with a mixed set of expressions – Boredom due to dragging scenes on one side and scrabbling for more action as some scenes just rushed by.

Nevertheless, it is a film that still fills your palate and urges the audience to go back and restart the first chapter of LOTR to connect the dots.

 

Reviewed by Peter. K

 

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