Wednesday, 17 December 2014

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies Movie Review

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies

Length:- 2 hrs. 24 min.

"The Hobbit" is a movie  based on a novel by the same name. It takes you the journey of another world is fascinating. The only thing which bothers a bit is it's content because this is based on just one book. So, each movie would not be that much content enriched. In the third installment of "The Hobbit" we have fight for the most part, still the movie manages to be entertaining.Short sequence of fighting with shadows is which I found pretty good.Overall, the narrative was a little action oriented. How a king's ego comes in between his greed and his words? How he overcomes his greed was interesting? Peter Jackson is a lovely filmmaker who focuses on the presentation to make the film better.

The visual journey and unique characters makes this movie worth watching. The love between two characters for which male one even gives his life to save. The phenomenal love between them is sweet. Lots and lots of fighting against the giant and bad creature. It's captivating to see every single good heart  spirit fights with the evil creatures. How the fights takes a turn as the King and his followers join the same.In my opinion the whole Hobbit Trilogy was a little slow,I wish it could have been little faster since inception.So, we have story is the slower side yet the film manages to entertain you and give you an enjoyable experience.

The movie starts with a dragon burning almost the entire village. This finale absolutely justifies the title i.e. "The Battle of Five Armies".Peter Jackson tries to make this movie interesting enough but it's predict. The visuals are spectacular and there are moments which are breathtaking. After a while I thought this finale part is getting monotonous because of too much of fight. 

Verdict:- Good

Ratings:- 3 / 5 Stars

The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies Movie Official Trailer

1 comment:

  1. This was the best of the three, but I thought it pales in comparison to LTR, mainly because it tried to hard to be LTR.