The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
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The long-ass tale of Bilbo Baggins’ big-ass feets’ epic quest to reclaim the lost Dwarf Kingdom of Ereboro is long. It’s very long. It’s also incredibly tedious, overwrought, and filled with abused, neglected, and now dead animals. So fun!

I’m also under the impression that the set was cursed, and that curse has transfered to the actual film and now, if you see it, you’ll likely be cursed, too!

Seriously, do not succumb to the witchcraft of The Hobbit.

And I’m not saying that because I have no interest in the LOTR books (true) and fantasy isn’t my thing (true) — but the film is also unrepentantly cheesy, goofy, overworked, and did I mention long? Because, HELLA LONG. Basically, if you want to be bored for seven hours or have a large, hairy foot fetish, this is the movie for you. Everyone else, PEACE OUT!

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  • Greg Dewar

    it’s weird to think that the Hobbit Movie is apparently only half the actual story. so the final 2 movie set will be epic uber hella long.

  • Greg Dewar

    it’s weird to think that the Hobbit Movie is apparently only half the actual story. so the final 2 movie set will be epic uber hella long.