But, oh, that dragon. I'd endure another slog through Middle-Earth just to spend more time with Smaug. show more
My advice to "Hobbit" fans is not only to see this one, but to see it as I did, in 3-D projected at the normal rate of 24 frames per second. The film will also be shown in what's called High Frame Rate 3-D, at 48 frames a second, but that made the last installment look more like video than a regular movie. Smaug is scary enough without a turbo boost. show more
Not only eight minutes shorter than its forebear, it's at least eight minutes better - less twee, less chatty, more action, more Elvish. show more
it was very good i just hated the ending on how they left ya hanging the way they did but it does leave suspense for the next movie
If you don't enjoy this type of movie, I expect you wouldn't go,, but if you do,, above average. I enjoyed it.
Can\'t wait for the next installment.