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    Move: The Hobbit

    Took the family to the 8:40pm showing last night.

    The CGI in places was less than superior

    There were a few places we were chuckling due to the gholam

    The dragon scene seemed chaotic and lacked spirit

    Some of the same effects in the "Rings" were used in the hobbit. for example, ghandolph was seated around with the dwarfs. to get their attention, he stood up, his face went dark, as well as the room.

    Many of the characters were not very well developed.

    There was alot of chasing and fighting, and the effects were less than supurb.

    All in all, the film lacked passion and spirit. The CGI seemed rushed and slapped together, something we might expect from a lower budget film. With all the marketing hype and millions spent on advertising, this movie clearly failed to live up to expectations.

    I'd rate this movie "So~So"

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    Thanks for the heads up. I didnt want to spend 2.5 hrs with kids if it wasnt on the level of LOR.

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    they blew it cuz they shot it at 48 fps and not 24. it made the movie look too clear, and you can tell that makeup looks fake and scene sets look fake too. 48 fps was created to help the 3d movies b a little brighter but it is a bad idea for anything else.
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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    They should never have tried to bring this story to such epic heights as LoTR. It simply does not contain the content required to make an epic trilogy. I have not seen it yet, and am nervous too. I read the book when I was 8 and I don't want to be too disappointed by the film.

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    Three movies out of three books... Good idea. Three movies out of one book bad idea!
    Stay consistent!

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    My kids can't wait to see it. I was hoping I'd enjoy it too.

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    Damn times! I'm dying to see that flick now I'm like Fk!!!! Hope I like it.
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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    The CGI is going to look flawed at 48fps. That will mess with a lot of things actually. Probably not a good idea to double the frame rate. Motion blur is what sets movies apart and now that is gone.

    I bet his director of photography was pissed. He had to use twice as much light to produce the exact same normally exposed image. Smh

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    Re: Move: The Hobbit

    Originally Posted by Hollywood72 View Post
    The CGI is going to look flawed at 48fps. That will mess with a lot of things actually. Probably not a good idea to double the frame rate. Motion blur is what sets movies apart and now that is gone.

    I bet his director of photography was pissed. He had to use twice as much light to produce the exact same normally exposed image. Smh
    Yes! There was a lot of blur, and things out of focus too!!

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