Fifth about The Seventh

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: as a fan of the source material, the ponderous pace and the somewhat vacuous story is not really a problem, given how rich the characterizations are. The visual and tonal consistency with the original trilogy is both good and bad (since the tone of the original source differs). “Riddles in the Dark” is a wonderful piece, showcasing how great a character Sméagol is.


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