Wednesday, July 30, 2014
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - The First Trailer At Last
Yes, I happily admit it. I'm a fan of fantasy (if it's well done). I love The Chronicles of Narnia, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. And I very much enjoy the movies made of them (again, if they're well done).
I think Peter Jackson's visions of MIddle Earth are genuine classics, and I'm so much looking forward to the final part of his Hobbit trilogy: The Battle of the Five Armies
The trailer for this movie, scheduled to premier on December 17, 2014, has been delayed for various reasons, but at last a preview trailer has been released. I'm sure it will be expanded on before the movie premiers, but here's a tantalizing snippet:
I want to see this movie, even though I know some of my favorite characters will not live through it. And even though I know it is the last of an fantastic trilogy.
I hope, somehow, Peter Jackson will continue this amazing tradition. With what source material? That is the question.
So what do you think? Are you a fan of Middle Earth? Are you eager for, dreading or indifferent to this movie release?
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Oh DeAnna, you sound like my boys. They fell in love with LOTR when it came out and still have marathon movie-watching weekends periodically. I, however, just can't get into any of them... it's a hang-up I have with fantasy. I think if I can't automatically spell the names of the characters in my head (or their species) when I'm watching/reading, I have a hard time connecting. Silly, huh?ReplyDelete
Nah, not every genre is for everybody. I have a major disconnect with CONTEMPORARY fiction. That's probably a bad sign, don't you think?Delete
But I enjoy epic and unusual and heroic. It makes my inner traditionalist very happy. :D
LOL! And I love contemporary. That's what's so wonderful about fiction, there' something for everyone!Delete
Oh yes, I am so ready for the Hobbit--even though (sob...well, let's not go there). The movies are so much fun and I haven't minded the additions/changes at all. I mean, Legolas can be in just about every movie ever as far as I'm concerned.ReplyDelete
Oh, yes, put Legolas in everything. All the time. :DDelete
I just wish he'd had a better role in #2, But I think they'll make him more than a killing machine in the next one.
Yes, I'm dying to see the next one, even though . . . :::sniffle:::
But it will be wonderful and tragic and heroic and just ever so good! :D
OK, yeah, Legolas is a good reason to watch...Delete