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by Adam Collins
Tags: An Unexpected Journey, Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman, Peter Jackson, Richard Armitage, The Hobbit, audio, review, More…spill, spill.com
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Ya'll just need to just chill the fk out, the movie looks amazing in 48. Cohost needs to stop talking for "everyone" in that people are not going to get used to 48.
Also, the movie really bored me in that only a few of the dwarves had character development... the rest were just there for comic relief. Bilbo's story was not compelling and had a lot of missing development... all of the sudden he's become a warrior that can handle a sword, like wtf... Even Merry and Pippin had to learn to handle a sword in the fellowship. The only real character was Thorin, which I would've liked to see the movie be based off of.
Also, the movie really bored me in that only a few of the dwarves had character development... the rest were just there for comic relief.
Judging in on 48fps rather then 24fp is like seeing without your glasses looks good but it could look way better with your fucking glasses on
I saw the film in 48fps and 24fp and let me tell you 48fps was HD and to clear yes but you can tell he ment the movie to be that way , i though 24fp was to dark and did not have to flashy and beautiful shots that was ment to be
My Review of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey http://www.ryanhawbecker.com/2012/12/the-hobbit-unexpected-journey-movie.html?spref=tw …
@Leon: East Bridgewater Cinema 6 has the worst sound system in my opinion.
My Uncle Jose and I saw the 7:00 P.M. movie presentation of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey in 2D last night.
Though for everything else in 48 fps, this image did look too clean and sped up at times. If you're a 35 mm/24 fps fan who HAS to have the artifacts in their movie, avoid HFR and seek out a 24 fps projection (call ahead of time. Some theaters won't mention which screens are using which format).
Saw it for the second time last night. Actually thought it was better on the second g-around, though I'm a bit biased toward liking the film to begin with (see my avatar).
Things I was kind of unsure about the first time are growing on me (Radagast, for instance, is a lot more charming and useful once you get over his little eccentricities). And since I accidentally got into a 48 fps screening, the effects I thought were kind of wonky at 24 fps were much, much better integrated.
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