Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The Hobbit Movie Trailer

     Ok, everyone has seen the trailer by now right? I mean, it's been trending world wide on Twitter, so of course you've seen it. No?! Well, damn, quit reading this and watch it! Read my comments below the video when you're done.
     Ok, come on. How awesome was that?! The singing gave me chills.
That dwarf has a really great voice; it just rumbles. I think that scene really made the whole trailer for me.
     I did notice some computer graphics, which I wasn't thrilled with. I mean, of course there is CGI. But we're not suppose to notice it. In the original three, I don't recall too many moments where my eyes were drawn directly to something that immediately registered as CG. It was only a few subtle things in the trailer that caught my eye (and no I wasn't looking for flaws) and screamed fake. Hopefully, when I see the actual movie, I'll be too caught up in the story's awesomeness to see the CG. I have full faith that this movie will live up to the expectations created by the first three. No worries here.
     Oh and I'd like to note that some of those dwarves were unexpectedly attractive. Which is just a little bonus. I think this movie is going to have a lot of unexpected, pleasant moments. 
     In case you didn't know, The Hobbit is being split into two films. Which explains the sub title. I'm actually really glad that it's being split into two. I just can't get enough of this epic fantasy. I've even watched some of the fan made movies. Yes they were bad, but oh so worth it.
     I hope you guys liked the trailer. Now I'm off to go watch it again. I can't wait for the movie!!!!
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  1. I am not a huge fan of the stories. I watched the Lord of the Rings movies. The looked cool, but I found them boring. I will probably watch this one, but I am not expecting much, I tried to read the book... no bueno! How long can one old guy describe a round door? Honestly! 

  2. I agree about the long journey scene. I think that's what kills it for me every time! But I am sure the movie will be amazing, it looks amazing!

  3. I have to agree about the books. I read the Hobbit in the seventh grade (Or around that grade, I'm not 100%) and I remember the endless detail being very painful and dull. I finally gave up on the book when a pony was killed. I think it was eaten. At the time I was in 4-H and my show horse was a pony. So naturally when the pony was introduced, I had pictured my own pony. Then they killed him!!! ;) Even though, the death of the pony doesn't anger me like it used to, I couldn't read the books now. Because of the detail overkill as well.

    I do love the movies though. I think they could have trimmed Frodo & Sam's journey a lot, because that is easily the dullest part of the tale. When I watch the movies now, I find myself daydreaming a lot during those scenes lol. However, I love the parts with Aragorn, Legolas, Gimli, and other "side" characters. I think the Hobbit could stand to be even better than the original movies. Especially since we don't have to read page after page of descriptions about what each dwarf looks like.

  4. I agree about the long journey scene. I think that's what kills it for me every time! But I am sure the movie will be amazing, it looks amazing!

  5. Hmmm. I cannot wait for this movie because it was my favorite out of the series. I loved reading the book and thought it, compared to the other 3 had way more things happening, so I may just may be the odd one out on this one! But I am so excited this movie finally was able to happen and that it looks so fantastic and worth the wait.

  6. Considering how famous this series is, I don't think your opinion could be the odd one out. I can't wait to see the movie. It's going to be an awesome fantasy film. I can't believe it took them this long to get this movie going. I would have expected everyone to jump right on board after the success with the original three. There is no doubt in my mind that this movie is going to be a hit.


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