THE HOBBIT: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond

Ebert & Armond review Peter Jackson’s "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey!"
Ebert & Armond review Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey!”


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2 thoughts on “THE HOBBIT: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond

  1. I consider Lord of the Rings to be among the finest cinematic achievements in motion picture history. As for The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the closest approximation is The Phantom Menace. I liked The Phantom Menace back in May 1999 and I still do (in defense of… ). But I now know exactly how those who disliked or hated Episode One felt on that fateful evening 12.5 years ago. I feel your pain, for now it is my pain as well…

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