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Bilbo Baggins is an ordinary Hobbit of Middle Earth, until one day he is called upon by a group of dwarves and the wizard Gandalf. It is their mission to defeat the evil dragon, Smaug, and ... See full summary »

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Bilbo Baggins is an ordinary Hobbit of Middle Earth, until one day he is called upon by a group of dwarves and the wizard Gandalf. It is their mission to defeat the evil dragon, Smaug, and reclaim the dwarven homeland, while facing trolls, goblins, and orcs along the way. But beware the Golem and his precious.

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Version of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012) See more »

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That Ruins A lot!
9 January 2006 | by See all my reviews

I Personally think that people like J.R.R. Tolkien has been planning this for years ever since boardgames were invented. Now I guess with the Hobbit game out, how the heck is the movie going to be released without suspense!!! If you played the game, you would know what's going to happen even if you read the book too. It does kind of take away the special effects, though. J.R.R. Tokien has blown a few too many screws. Check some movie website to see the latest news. If Peter Jackson was this games adviser, than I can't complain any more because I do admit his films are a bit good. He kind of takes special effects the wrong way but hey, look at the bright side, at least it wasn't Spielberg who made LOTR!


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