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Critics Of "The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies"
The Herald (Ireland)
June 01, 2016 It's too long, too dreary, unnecessarily convoluted and while a technical marvel it simply doesn't engage the emotions at all.Read in Source
February 24, 2017 The Battle of the Five Armies is a lot more of the same, substituting mindless, even dull action at the expense of character development [...] there is just enough here to be passable, and it completes The Hobbit trilogy on a mostly positive note.Read in Source
June 21, 2016 The parallel universe of men, half-men, dwarves, monsters, wizards, evil spirits, and benign forces has been deeply satisfying, but it needn't consume a lifetime.Read in Source
December 19, 2014 Well, at least there won't be another one for a while.Read in Source
December 18, 2014 Mindless CGI spectacle overpowers every aspect of Peter Jackson's concluding Tolkien adaptation; like the other installments of this lumbering trilogy, it's more tech-demo than movie.Read in Source
December 18, 2014 It's a big, bold, schizophrenic pageant that still manages to work on a surprising number of levels -- creative liberties and indulgences be damned.Read in Source
The Mary Sue
September 20, 2016 Without a single narrative throughline sufficiently weighty to justify the continued involvement of most of the main characters, just about everyone besides Thorin kind of... bops around.Read in Source
New York Post
December 18, 2014 It's adequately visionary, it's routinely spectacular, it breathes fire and yet somehow feels room-temperature.Read in Source
December 19, 2014 Untold manpower, pixels, and money culminate in the gangbusters final installment. It can't redeem the useless tedium of the first two, which exist for gargantuan profits and structural necessity.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
December 18, 2014 It plays out as if someone chucked a whole bunch of carefully detailed Warhammer figurines into a centrifuge -- goblins, goats, dwarfs, wizards and wolves bouncing off one another in waves of alternating tedium and punishment.Read in Source
Washington Free Beacon
July 14, 2016 For nearly 2.5 interminable hours, The Battle of the Five Armies throws waves of computer-generated elves and computer-generated dwarves against computer-generated orcs.Read in Source
April 25, 2017 With impressive battle scenes, unbeatable effects, good performances and a sustained emotional tension, Jackson managed to give a dignified closure to his interpretive meddling in Middle-earth. [Full review in Spanish]Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...