DIRECTOR: Peter Jackson
May Contain Spoilers!
Will we be adding this to our collection?YES
Short and to the point.
Not words that I would normally associate with a Peter Jackson film and certainly not where The Hobbit trilogy has been concerned. But with the whole Smaug cliffhanger from the Desolation Of Smaug all wrapped up within the first ten minutes, we finally have a movie with one real story to tell, and Jackson finally tells it in the way that we would expect an epic blockbuster to be told.
Still running at 144 minutes and taking moments to ponder, the main thrust of this, the final part of The Lord Of The Rings franchise, is now that the Dwarfs have retaken the mountain by expelling the dragon, Smaug, the rest of Middle Earth want it, or more importantly, most of them want the riches stored…
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