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Old 01-06-2015, 05:49 PM   #2981
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I thoroughly enjoyed the third movie and thought it was better than the first two (unpopular opinion i know :P) i decided to get the first two movies extended editions as i would now want to own the collection.

I really enjoyed An unexpected journey in its extended version. I felt that the extended scenes really helped lighten the tone of the movie and funnily enough helped the pacing. i particularly enjoyed the great goblin singing down in goblin town.

Smaug is another story for me. I believe it is the weakest of the three movies as it is mostly filler. The beginning is absolutely great. The mirkwood scenes have been improved significantly in the extended cut, but once the movie hits laketown, it really loses its way. Thank goodness for the excellent bilbo/smaug confrontation that really wakes the movie up, and the scenes with thrain/gandalf are interesting and cut well with the approach to erebor. i still have issues with the foundry dragon action scene, but overall i found the extended edition to be better than the theatrical.There are still issues with the movie as a whole, especially the addition of the politics of laketown, however the extended cut is worthwhile.
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Battle of the Five Armies is my favorite of the bunch. Not sure why all the bad reviews. It sends off the trilogy in grand fashion and makes up for a lot of the bungles in DoS (the whole lighting of the forges and golden dwarf statue is the stupidest sequence in all of Jackson's Middle Earth). It also ties in LotR trilogy nicely.

Can't wait to get the whole Hobbit extended trilogy in HFR 4K 3D Blu-ray!
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Old 01-06-2015, 09:12 PM   #2982
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I thought it was the best too, in fact I think it made the first two better.
Please read the OP of the thread before posting.
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Old 01-06-2015, 09:17 PM   #2983
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+1 to everything quoted above

Battle of the Five Armies is my favorite of the bunch. Not sure why all the bad reviews. It sends off the trilogy in grand fashion and makes up for a lot of the bungles in DoS (the whole lighting of the forges and golden dwarf statue is the stupidest sequence in all of Jackson's Middle Earth). It also ties in LotR trilogy nicely.

Can't wait to get the whole Hobbit extended trilogy in HFR 4K 3D Blu-ray!
Just don't expect more then 2k resolution.
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Old 01-07-2015, 05:57 PM   #2984
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They still used Sauramon being killed by Grima.
I don't understand why they just didn't use it in the Scouring, instead of moving it to The Two Towers.
You don't understand why they didn't add another storyline and climactic confrontation on top of the fifty endings everyone was already complaining about? Really?
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there's no way in HELL i could!!! i've already watched The Hobbit more than a dozen times!!
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You don't understand why they didn't add another storyline and climactic confrontation on top of the fifty endings everyone was already complaining about? Really?
The people complaining about no Scouring of the Shire are the same people complaining that The Hobbit was made into 3 films.

You can't win.
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The people complaining about no Scouring of the Shire are the same people complaining that The Hobbit was made into 3 films.
You can't win.
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You don't understand why they didn't add another storyline and climactic confrontation on top of the fifty endings everyone was already complaining about? Really?
Not only is that not true, it's a cheap shot, Homer. The Scouring of the Shire could've been handled in a 5-or-so minute "afterword" and all of the added "creative" extras bloated the whole deal a lot more than that. Furthermore, a happy "wrap up" ending wouldn't have hurt the big battle ending any more than it did in the book - not if it was well-written. Really, guys, you have to live with the fact that some people have different ideas. It's no big deal - you have a right to yours and vice-versa. That's why it's a movie discussion site - or at least it's supposed to be.
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Anyone think there will be a 3D Hobbit EE trilogy released with even more content?

Anyone think there will be a LOTR EE re-release with the bonus content on Blu-rays for less discs?
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Old 05-22-2015, 09:56 PM   #2989
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i tried something today - was watching the 3D version of AUJ and Then i turned OFF the 3D - the movie became grain-full but i also Think it became a bit sharper than it's 2D counterpart disc
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