Never mind about the portion of the book plot turned into an entire movie story line. The Hobbit is awesome either way. Watching from the start dragged me to appreciate its usual full-loaded action scenes, as well as its epic and heroic fantasy vibe expected in a movie of particular genre. However, it is more necessary to watch it in normal viewing. The impact of its 3D version is indifferent from the normal and it isn’t as spectacular as other 3D movies.
It’s best to read the book before hitting the movie. Three expected movies will all be based on one novel and reading it will facilitate the audience’s awareness of which portion of the story they’re at.
I personally love The Hobbit more than words can describe. One reason for this unusual short review.
Release Date December 13, 2013
Based on JRR Tolkien’s The Hobbit
Directed by Peter Jackson
Starring Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Orlando Bloom.
Genre Adventure, Fantasy.
Length 161 min long
Overall Rating 4.95/5 stars (9.9/10)
Rating due to the plot confusion for the audience who hasn’t read the book. The producers should have made the movie more understandable for the masses, informing them which part of book story the film covers, while remaining loyal to the novel as to satisfy the Hobbit lovers.