Bilbo Baggins, a hobbit enjoying his quiet life, is swept into an epic quest by Gandalf the Grey and thirteen dwarves who seek to reclaim their mountain home from Smaug, the dragon.
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I am going to get right to the point with The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. As many times as I saw the trailer, and as many times as I saw the Dwarves before the film came out, I thought this film was going to be a massive disappointment. I am glad to report that Peter Jackson shut my mouth and really came through with an excellent film. I enjoyed pretty much everything about the movie. The action scenes were amazing, the Dwarves looked a lot better on the big screen, and the much ballyhooed 48 FPS is worth it's weight in gold. Some may disagree with me, but I can't believe how Gollum looked. Unreal! Not to mention, there was plenty of other eye candy throughout the show. I have not read the book, and I know that there are some differences between the film and novel. That being said, this is just my 2 cents on the movie.