The story is annoying, funny, not very heartwarming (unless you're into cheesey AWWW-moments) that become hilarious, scary, and you'll definitely end up at the edge of your seat, with a bursting bladder. 3 hour movie people, try not to drink anything, or try to pee after epic scenes where the momentum of the movie takes a chill pill for a minute then flings you back into the world's end.
Bilbo Baggins, starts off like a typical home-dweller. SPOILT like
a Singaporean, me. has everything. kind of a really nice life, in a cute little house, in the middle of nature, more nature, and more grass. SO PRETTY.
Gandalf then tricks him into holding a party, which irritated him, which had me so irritated because the dwarves were so yucky and dirty and messy! i felt his annoyance! super kek, but then it became funny with the songs and laughter, and honestly, everything is so detailed it really sends you into a magical world. That's what's so amazing about LOTR, the fact that it looks so real, you almost want to wish it were. =)
I prefer Baggins to Frodo, cuter, more boyish, and Frodo just looks abit creepy. and he does the oddest things. sheesh.
TEAM HOBBIT: company of 14
(i think they were called something else but I can't remember)
The other interesting character was Radagast, who is so quirky and crazed it's so funny, yet endearing because he cares so much for the animals. he's psycho, but his porcupine is so cute!
ish so fluffehs!
Then there's Galadriel, who always moves in slow-motion and talks with an echo. Everything seems to slow down. So chill, as though everything pauses for a moment. and she's so shiny! she looks like an skII commercial, except fairy-esque! She's kind, which matches the vegan diet the elves had. I still think it's amazing how Tolkien created his own elven languages. (O_o)
Gollum of course, can't be forgotten. But the scenes really show his vulnerability, bestiality, his loneliness and his desperation in sadness. Banished and alone, not even sound in his ind, and bullied by his alter-ego, he is both scary, yet pityful.
To have the one thing you thought was precious, taken away.
Then there are the funny scenes, epic battles and almost-getting-killed-then-saved-by-Gandalf. I loved how theres angelic music 'aaahhh~~~~*' when they show the Elve's kingdom HAHA! SO FUNNY. It's just so beautiful, and perfect, and kind of fits so aptly. Its an emotional rollercoaster ride, that had me held to every scene, some beautiful, some scary, some heartwarming, and some gritty.
And then the gay bromance moment. wait for it. it's just. you'll feel like facepalming yourself. HAHA
THEN IT ENDS! because no one told me 'The Hobbit" was a trilogy. so after 3 hours I thought all would be good and well, but noooo. they are only 1/3 through the journey. I can't wait for the next one, LOTR is always so awesome. =))