The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (12A)

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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
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Reviewer russ80
03/06/2013
After giving us Lord of the Rings, perhaps the best set of films EVER Peter Jackson puts his neck on the line with The Hobbit and he does not fail!! Amazing film, it is non stop brilliance from start to finish. Cannot wait for the next one!!
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Reviewer Sabetha
16/12/2012
No one could have done this film like Peter Jackson. As a massive Tolkien fan, I personally didn't have any problems with the length of the film or any of the minor changes/additions to it. The pacing is a little iffy, but other than that, it's practically perfect. The acting, scenery, costumes, and effects are amazing. Definitely see it.
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Reviewer Thorin216
30/12/2011
I have read the hobbit Many times over and I cannot wait until it comes out,I'm sure Peter Jackson will do us Tolkien fans proud once again.
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