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Post Posted: June 9th 2013 3:35 pm
 
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New poster released!

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Plus, the teaser trailer debuts online on Tuesday, June 11th at 1:00pm EST. It'll also be attached to Man of Steel.


Post Posted: June 11th 2013 4:03 pm
 
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Here's the teaser trailer!



Looks as good as An Unexpected Journey, with plenty of beautiful New Zealand vistas and elf-styled action this time around. Didn't think they'd reveal Smaug so early on, though.


Post Posted: September 30th 2013 2:51 pm
 
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And with that, a new trailer is set to drop tomorrow, Tuesday, October 1st, at 6am PT/9am EST! :)


Post Posted: October 1st 2013 8:59 am
 
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Here it be!



Looking solid and a treat finally hearing Cumberbatch's Smaug.


Post Posted: October 1st 2013 11:57 am
 
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Awesome! :funky:


Post Posted: December 9th 2013 11:22 pm
 
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Just got back from an advance screening.

Enthralling from start to finish. No more languid exposition-heavy scenes (if you discount a quick one at the start). But I'm sure that plus goes for most sequels.

Two major, immensely exhilirating set pieces. Barrel escape and Smaug mountain infiltration.

I liked it as much as AUJ. Maybe AUJ has a bit of an edge for its lighter, more optimistic tone but TDOS could grow on me over time.

Wish the screening had been HFR/48 fps. But it was free so I can't complain.


Post Posted: December 15th 2013 8:54 pm
 
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Saw DOS on Saturday.

I was a big fan of the first film. I know it's been called slow, talky, and expeditionary but I fail to see how that's any different from the heavily praised LOTR films. I personally thought AUJ was more engaging than any of the LOTR films and didn't suffer from the lack of focus those films often did. For me at least, it represented a prequel done right - referential and reverential to the originals while adding a new narrative arc.

I don't think DOS is as streamlined plot-wise as AUJ is, but it's definitely got more going on. Lots of great action scenes and connections to the LOTR trilogy.

Highly recommended.


Post Posted: April 24th 2014 1:52 pm
 
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"There and Back Again" is now titled "The Battle of the Five Armies." :what:

http://www.imdb.com/news/ni57116592/?ref_=hm_nw_tp_t1


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