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Re: How to Tell the Dwarves Apart in The Hobbit: A Flowchart

Now that, my good sir, is quite funny!
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Re: How to Tell the Dwarves Apart in The Hobbit: A Flowchart

Off to see it in about an hour - I should print a copy and take it along!
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They were showing it every 30 minutes so it was not packed at all - we went to see the 2D version.

I could see in the first 5 minutes what they meant about the difference in 24 fps to 48 fps. After that, I mainly noticed it in close-ups and scenery. Close-ups did not have pores like you would normally see - and the scenery was brightly colored.

However, I was so immersed in the film I did not even notice it much after that first 5 minutes. As I expected, Jackson dod a really good job transferring this to screenplay - the story flowed very well with the book with just a bit of theatrical addition. And, as in the first 3, specific points of dialogue were pulled verbatim from the book.

I did hear someone complain about it being too much of an action movie on the way out. Not my take - but there it is.

All in all - a great start to this series. And, I called the exact spot where this one would end!
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Re: How to Tell the Dwarves Apart in The Hobbit: A Flowchart

They really should have used Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy and Sneezy. That would have been so much easier...

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They really should have used Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy and Sneezy. That would have been so much easier...
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Re: How to Tell the Dwarves Apart in The Hobbit: A Flowchart

So, which one was played by Clint Eastwood? Wasn't he in there somewhere? "Go ahead, make my second breakfast?"
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Re: How to Tell the Dwarves Apart in The Hobbit: A Flowchart

Thats just too funny, a hobit flow chart....
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