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While many have seen the cartoon and many have notions from seeing the Lord of the Rings films you do not quite get the full scope of the story till you actually read the book. The Hobbit is a story of, well a Hobbit and the enchanting prelude to The Lord Of The Rings. That Hobbit’s name is Bilbo Baggins and he is about to set of on an adventurer that will change his life and that of the entire world. He becomes both the start and the ending of the troubles in the world in ways that a simple respectable Hobbit would never think of doing. Hobbit’s never go on adventures if they can help it, they stay at home in their cosy little hole, eat, sleep and tend their gardens. Oh how he wishes that was all he was doing during the entire book. Read more... (897 words, 4 images, estimated 3:35 mins reading time)
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The Hobbit or There and Back Again (Revised Edition)
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This is the end of the trilogy, and it did the rest of the series well with its no-nonsense style. It is by far the best movie in the series, and there are many reasons why. We learn so much more about the state of the Stewards of Gondor in this movie. Get an idea of exactly how palintirs work, and get away from the sappy romance of Aragorn (Viggo Mortensen) and Arwen (Liv Tyler) for awhile. We see more focus on Frodo (Elijah Wood) and Sam’s (Sean Astin) trek into Mordor, and how much influence Gandalf (Sir Ian McKellan) and even Pippin Took (Billy Boyd) has in the grand scheme of things. We are treated to the simple grandeur of Rohan, and the bravery of Eowen (Miranda Otto) and Eomer (Karl Urban). Read more... (795 words, 165 images, estimated 3:11 mins reading time)
This is a wonderful rendition done by Rankin and Bass from the adaptive screenplay written by Romeo Muller based on the original version of The Hobbit. While it doesn’t follow everything that happened in the book it does well to cover the main points of the story. You have to remember this was made for children and for TV so there were many things that they just would not even be able to show. It is truly amazing that The Hobbit was even considered a children’s book as it is both scary and terrifying, especially for small children. I know that I as a child and that of my own son had nightmares after seeing this film. The funny thing is that after seeing it and having the bad dreams children of all ages wind up wanting to see it again. Rankin and Bass did some truly amazing things with animation and all before there was even any computers to work with. Every cell as hand drawn and hand painted to give us this masterpiece of both cinematography and artwork. Anyone who loves the collected works of Jules Bass and Arthur Rankin Jr. will want to have this one in their collection. Read more... (834 words, 69 images, estimated 3:20 mins reading time)