The Hobbit (3 parts)

Based on the book by J.R.R. Tolkien, author of ‘Lord of the Rings’ and it’s movies, made a sequel to that, as it talked about Bilbo’s adventure, before Frodo’s. Peter Jackson made three parts of this, as it took a while to make the entire book.

It’s titles are ‘An Unexpected Journey’, ‘The Desolation of Smaug’ and ‘The Battle of the Five Armies’.

When a dragon takes down a dwarf kingdom, and mining mountain, it uses it as it’s home as it slept for a while. Bilbo as a young hobbit, joined a band a dwarves and Gandalf as they were on a quest to reclaim that kingdom. They had set off far away, as they had to avoid goblins, giant spiders, and danger there is. Mostly orcs when they wanted to kill them.

Bilbo, found the ring from Gollum as he took it away from him. They moved on going far, as they ran into some elves. Going far and passing a lake town, they made it as Bilbo had to take a special jewel. Unfortunately, the dragon woke up as he spoke!

Fighting against a bit of orcs, and taking back the kingdom, the dragon escaped as it destroyed the lake town. However, a market man archer and his son killed it, by shooting a black titanium metal arrow in it’s hole, aimed for the heart.

They finally killed it, as they had to face a final battle and they did. Man, elf, orc, dwarf and gigantic killer bat armies fought in one battle, as only dwarves won. Three dwarves lost their lives in the epic conclusion, as Bilbo returned to the Shire for here he was wanted.

60 years later, Bilbo receives a visit from Gandalf the Grey, as it ended all three movies in one book.

With a good cast, this was since ‘Lord of the Rings’. All three movies. Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, Orlando Bloom, Benedict Cumberbatch, Andy Serkis, Billy Connolly, Christopher Lee, Hugo Weaving, Luke Evans, Ian Holm and Elijah Wood as cameos. For just those two.

All three I rate are, 6 1/2 out of 10 stars. Maybe plus an extra for two I know of.

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