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The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug

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This is the second part of the series 'The Hobbit'. The story can be seen what was happening before the adventures of Frodo and his friends in 'Lord of the Rings'. Bilbo Baggin continued his journey with 13 dwarves passing Jupiter Fairy Kingdom, through Beorn’s forests, Dirty Forest , the pitfalls, the Dale town, and finally the gate of Erebor, fought the authority of dragon Smaug, regained their kingdom with the help of magician Gandalf.
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Cambridge Day
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May 23, 2016

The most fun part of the film comes as the dwarves flee the elven holding block in oak kegs and shoot down whitewater rapids through a gauntlet of orcs.
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Washington Free Beacon
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July 14, 2016

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug manages to zip nicely along. Yes, it's 2 hours and 40 minutes. But it doesn't really feel like it.
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Globe and Mail
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December 13, 2013

With the introductions and bag-packing out of the way from the first film, the new movie jumps straight into the action and doesn't relent until the cliffhanger ending almost three hours later.
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Las Vegas Review-Journal
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May 23, 2016

Middle-earth should never feel this middling.
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Denver Post

December 13, 2013

For the casual but compelled moviegoer, The Desolation of Smaug is a fine improvement over the first offering. Tolkien aficionados may feel otherwise.
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New Zealand Herald
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February 28, 2017

If the finale is exhausting, for the most part the first half of The Desolation of Smaug is invigorating and frequently exhilarating.
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New Yorker
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December 30, 2013

The tale has no emotional resonance, and the thinness of the plot (only five of the book's chapters are adapted here) and the colorless depictions of the leading characters do it no favors.
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The Film Stage
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June 21, 2016

Yes, this is evolution in the right direction, but now it's time to take that energy and give us a final chapter that will move and inspire as well as dazzle.
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Grantland
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December 13, 2013

Desolation of Smaug looks as dreary as the title would lead you to believe. The whole thing lingers in the memory as piles of sludge and ash.
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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May 23, 2016

If you are content to spend as much time in Middle Earth as possible, you'll have plenty of fun with this year's installment. But if you're a stickler for literary accuracy and pacing, the offering may prove only slightly less frustrating.
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The Atlantic
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December 13, 2013

Be forewarned: Whether through ego, avarice, or unchecked enthusiasm, Jackson has wandered deep into the realm of fan fiction.
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Christian Science Monitor
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December 13, 2013

I'm not an aficionado of J.R.R. Tolkien's wonderworlds and I was bored with the first Hobbit movie. All this is by way of saying I quite liked its sequel and the second in the trilogy.
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