Attack On Smaug. . THE DEFINING CHAPTER CC) 2014. SIE SIND DAS ESSEN UND WIR SIND DIE JAGER
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Attack On Smaug

THE DEFINING CHAPTER
CC) 2014
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#1 - mystacheisop (07/24/2014) [+] (8 replies)
SIE SIND DAS ESSEN UND WIR SIND DIE JAGER
User avatar #6 - exceeding ONLINE (07/24/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Looks like Riften is on fire again
User avatar #8 to #6 - Dincorta (07/24/2014) [-]
What is it? Dragons?
#2 - Womens Study Major (07/24/2014) [+] (17 replies)
The guys who havent read the book are gonna be really disappointed when smaug dies in like 5 seconds.
User avatar #31 to #7 - logicstrike (07/24/2014) [-]
thesse movies aren't so much the Hobbit as they are Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings victory lap
#39 - zaggystirdust (07/24/2014) [+] (26 replies)
I had recently finished the book and just watched Desolation of Smaug yesterday.   
   
The movie barely even stayed on the same path as the book, like they just took the characters and placed them in another story; however, it was a pretty interesting movie that was good in it's own way, same with Unexpected Journey.   
   
My only issue was that they didn't just try and make nods to the lotr trilogy, they pretty much winked, nudged, push, and punched it in the film. I wanted to watch The Hobbit, not Lord of the Rings the prequels.   
 we 						*******					 get it, Peter
I had recently finished the book and just watched Desolation of Smaug yesterday.

The movie barely even stayed on the same path as the book, like they just took the characters and placed them in another story; however, it was a pretty interesting movie that was good in it's own way, same with Unexpected Journey.

My only issue was that they didn't just try and make nods to the lotr trilogy, they pretty much winked, nudged, push, and punched it in the film. I wanted to watch The Hobbit, not Lord of the Rings the prequels.
we ******* get it, Peter
#147 - jackflapper (07/24/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I was disappointed with the direction  Peter Jackson took for the Desolation of Smaug. Originally I was gung-ho as one could be for it. Another adventure in middle-earth, spanned over three years?! That brought me so much joy you couldn't even imagine. The first was great, nearly spot on to the book (as much as a movie could be). When I heard Evangeline Lilly was coming in to play a warrior elf chick (not in book) in the next one, It didn't really bother me. Than I went and saw it, and what they did with her. A romantic interest to to a dwarf. I just remember sitting on the edge of my seat, not in suspense, but in sheer cringeworthyness. In the deepest recesses of my mind I couldn't have 						*******					 fathomed that possibility. They also dragged the 						****					 out of this one, to the point of being ridiculous. Not to mention the subtle changes of characters and traits that baffled me to no end. I adore the LOTR universe, and everything based on it.  I was prepared to love the hobbit just as much as the trilogy. Now I can't say I'm even looking forward to the battle of the five armies.    
   
Sorry for going on a rant. I just had to get that off my chest.
I was disappointed with the direction Peter Jackson took for the Desolation of Smaug. Originally I was gung-ho as one could be for it. Another adventure in middle-earth, spanned over three years?! That brought me so much joy you couldn't even imagine. The first was great, nearly spot on to the book (as much as a movie could be). When I heard Evangeline Lilly was coming in to play a warrior elf chick (not in book) in the next one, It didn't really bother me. Than I went and saw it, and what they did with her. A romantic interest to to a dwarf. I just remember sitting on the edge of my seat, not in suspense, but in sheer cringeworthyness. In the deepest recesses of my mind I couldn't have ******* fathomed that possibility. They also dragged the **** out of this one, to the point of being ridiculous. Not to mention the subtle changes of characters and traits that baffled me to no end. I adore the LOTR universe, and everything based on it. I was prepared to love the hobbit just as much as the trilogy. Now I can't say I'm even looking forward to the battle of the five armies.

Sorry for going on a rant. I just had to get that off my chest.
User avatar #23 - qun (07/24/2014) [+] (3 replies)
who fed shyvana?
#188 - spelt (07/24/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Only thing that bothers me is that they made Smaug a wyvern in the films.
User avatar #209 to #201 - popnotes (07/25/2014) [-]
***** you have no idea what territory you're stepping in right now
#182 - auesis ONLINE (07/24/2014) [+] (9 replies)
I guess I'm one of the 3 or 4 people that loves these movies, then, judging by these comments.   
   
I really don't give a 						****					 if they don't follow the book. I've enjoyed the 						****					 out of them as they are. If I want to experience the book, I'll go and read the book again. No movie on earth would ever beat the imagery conjured in my head while reading the novel versions of a series, so I just enjoy adaptations for what they are.
I guess I'm one of the 3 or 4 people that loves these movies, then, judging by these comments.

I really don't give a **** if they don't follow the book. I've enjoyed the **** out of them as they are. If I want to experience the book, I'll go and read the book again. No movie on earth would ever beat the imagery conjured in my head while reading the novel versions of a series, so I just enjoy adaptations for what they are.
#61 - samaramidnight ONLINE (07/24/2014) [+] (22 replies)
Khem...
User avatar #115 - anotherhaloguy ONLINE (07/24/2014) [-]
I'm looking forward to this film and honestly don't care about it not being the same as the book
#175 - antoniospaghettio (07/24/2014) [+] (3 replies)
All you see in the comment section is how the movie not like the book.
You want it to be like the book, than go read the damn book!

Don't forget that the writer has more freedom when writing novels, than a director making a hollywood movie. It has to be marketable.

Anyway, I think the LOTR universe is overhyped - I read the books, including Hobbit, before they became mainstream.
User avatar #180 to #175 - tippidie (07/24/2014) [-]
>Agree

>Very true

>Whoa there hipster what are you doin
#173 - misumena (07/24/2014) [-]
That Poster is EPIC
That Poster is EPIC
User avatar #163 - nudybooty (07/24/2014) [-]
I wish they didn't make The Hobbie movies a cash grab. They could of been amazing, instead they are drawn out.
#30 - cursesnew ONLINE (07/24/2014) [+] (6 replies)
So I just watched the two movies before this and I have some issues.

Elves gets ambushed by ORCS. BY ******* ORCS. These Elves could sneak up on Gimli even though Dwarfs have a good hearing and sneak pretty good. They took this up in the Lord of the Rings movie you know.

Elves are unable to spot Orcs hunting down Dwarfs and ok the hills might have been in the way but that doesn't excuse them not being able to hear them while they are in the hole.

Legolas sneaks up on the girl who I forget the name of and draw his bow. He then proceed to claim "If I was an orc you'd be dead by now". Thing is, you can't exactly sneak up on Elves due to their super hearing and super sight.

Dwarfs bought like 5 Dragon arrows to defend against dragons. Did one of the kings go "mmm Yes, I'll have 5 Dragon killing arrows and one Super ballista". WHAT?

If anything you make MORE of those. All over the place so that you can defend easily against giants or other large animals.


They also loved to run a lot and for the Dwarfs I can accept as they can run straight for 3 days and nights. The Hobbit and the Wizard should not have this feature. It's somewhat of an immersion breaker for me when they break these things a lot.

Seeing as it's a family movie I can understand they don't take fall damage or none of them ever dies.

The villagers are asshole for blaming the family who was unable to take down a giant fire breathing dragon with 5 arrows where you need to hit the same spot twice.
Some ******* demands there.

The stone that they are after, Arken Stone or something. Does anyone get to become the king if he wields it? Why is it so important to get just THAT stone? You still got a big ass dragon in the home.

The keyhole only needed to be found manually for the key to work so it shouldn't have been that hard to find it on that wall.
User avatar #172 - drtrousersnake (07/24/2014) [+] (5 replies)
Still confused as to how this is remotely related to AoT. This is getting beyond brony level of stretching for references.
User avatar #165 - bouazizforever (07/24/2014) [-]
I really didn't like the second movie, not because I read the book but because the ending was completely unrelated
#158 - ryendan (07/24/2014) [-]
This is the only thing I've wanted to see, Battle of the 5 Armies, when I heard about the Hobbit Trilogy. So I swear to god and everything else involved everywhere please just let this be good...
User avatar #143 - toiletpapermelon (07/24/2014) [-]
as much as I wish the movies would've stayed closer to the books, I really hope they change Smaugs death to a more dramatic one
#72 - Womens Study Major (07/24/2014) [+] (72 replies)
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#46 - monkeybotlove (07/24/2014) [-]
MMM... Fire your arrow into his soft sweet spot...
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