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Bilbo to the Rescue in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (Movie Review)

Here we are once again.  It’s the same place we were last year.  It’s the cold month of December so it must be coincidentally time for the newest entry in The Lord of the Rings (LOTR) saga…err I mean The Hobbit saga.  And low and behold…IT IS!  Whether it’s a bad omen or not, the […]

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Extended Edition (Blu-ray Review)

Did the world really need this?  Is the world even ready for this?  Wasn’t 10+ hours of theatrical cuts (and even more with the extended editions) enough to sit through back in the day and again on Blu-ray?  Are we ready for three more consecutive years of a tale that’s mainly self-contained in one book […]

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The Hobbit Movie Review – Just Seen It

Brenna, Salim and Aaron review the long awaited return to “Middle-Earth” from director Peter Jackson. Starring Brenna Smith, Aaron Fink and Salim Lemelle. Directed by Liz Manashil. Synopsis: Bilbo leads a peaceful life until Gandalf knocks on his door. He enlists Bilbo to join a band of dwarves and reclaim their long-forgotten city. Together, they venture to […]

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‘The Hobbit’ Brings Back Jackson, Dwarves, And Epic Length (Movie Review)

And so it begins; another tale of perilous, fantastical traveling.  I think it is funny that I went into The Hobbit knowing incredibly little about the actual plot, only to find that there was not a whole lot to learn.  I have not read any of J.R.R. Tolkien’s books and have only seen trailers for […]

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Movie Rant (Movie Review)

Did the world really need this?  Is the world even ready for this?  Wasn’t 10+ hours of theatrical cuts enough to sit through back in the day and again on Blu-ray?  Are we ready for three more consecutive years of a tale that’s mainly self-contained in one book and a few appendices?  Of course we […]

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Comic Con 2012: Warner Bros. Pictures – Man Of Steel And The Hobbit

It was indeed a giant block of presentations for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures.  Taking up over two and a half hours in Hall H on Saturday at Comic Con, they had plenty of amazing things they were prepared to show audiences.  Following a look at what Legendary had to offer, it then became Warner […]

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