How come in movies like The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies the bad guys army is so much bigger than the good guys? It seems almost cliche to me. The Orcs in this movie outnumber everyone 2 or 3 to 1 and it doesn’t seem fair. As my wife observes everyone loves a underdog. However in these movies the underdog has to fight twice as hard and there isn’t always a happy ending.
The Hobbit: The Battle of The Five Armies: Yeah, Martin Freeman is epic as a action hero, I would buy that everyday. This movie was epic and poetic and violent. Our heroes story was about living, having courage, friendship, loyalty and love. This is a movie you must see on the big screen and I am glad I didn’t see it in 3-D because there is a lot to see there. I approve of this conclusion to the story.
I am guessing that Smaug was not kind enough to be cast in the movies “How To Train Your Dragon” and its sequel. Smaug seems kind of moody and mean, so he wasn’t a good fit for the animated feel-good family feature.
We wanted a little Sherlock on a Friday night but settled on this Cumberbatch-Freeman flick instead. This is a movie full of action and a great visual effects.
It’s basically Sherlock driving Holmes mad and chasing him around a bit. Oh also there is the fire thingy too. This version of Holmes has big feet too.
At this movies. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. More Martin Freeman please.
I hear Los Angeles has a lot of Smaug…or is that smog…I get confused often.