The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is Expectedly Good


The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is now officially in the theatres. Lord of The Rings fans, rejoice!

But don’t be fooled that this movie will be appreciated only by LOTR lunatics. The prequel of the Oscar-winning trilogy will easily impress anyone with its detailed and vivid pictures. The director of The Hobbit, Peter Jackson, used an innovative technology to shoot the movie called 48 FPS.

Of course, the movie features some old and some new faces. The role of Bilbo Baggins is given to Martin Freeman and the good ol’ Gandalf the Grey is played by Ian McKellen.

The main character in the movie is the Hobbit Bilbo. He lives a peaceful and undisturbed life in Bag-End. One day, however, Gandalf comes to Baggins and asks him to take part in an adventure. At first, Bilbo refuses the strange offer, but later a group of dwarves leaves him no other choice. But little does Baggins knows that this “unexpected journey” will transform his life once and for all.

The Hobbit is one stunning and unique production. The first thing with that grabs the viewer’s attention is his visual effects. Thanks to the 48 FPS technology, the resolution in the film is quite impressive and the images are crisp, clear and very realistic. The characters and the lush landscapes in the film are, as if, right next to you. In other words, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a true food for the senses.

The leading actor in Peter Jackson’s film, Martin Freeman, is a great addition to the cast. His odd appearance makes him stand out among the rest of the actors involved in the production. In addition, at moments it becomes clear that Freeman is also a very good comedian.

The dwarves, on the other hand, are so many, that the viewer can hardly set them apart. Only Ken Scott’s character Balin manages to impress.

Unlike, The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit offers plenty of comedy. Most of the humour in the story comes from the weird dwarves and the situations in with they involve themselves. At the beginning of the movie, the comedy is not really apparent. However, it quickly develops as the story goes on.

Like in the LOTR trilogy, main roles in the film play the scenery and the soundtrack. They add to the emotions of the characters and they certainly make things more epic.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a new kind of movie and it offers a new kind of experience. The film is worth watching not only because it is a prequel of The Lord of the Rings, but also because it is directed by the legendary Peter Jackson and it offers an amazing visual pleasure.


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