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Senin, 11 April 2016

Movie Review



            The Hobbit The Battle of the Five Armies is the third  and the final of the Hobbit sequence. This movie tells about the adventure of Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield, and the Dwarves who start their journey in the Middle Earth. This movie is directed by Peter Jackson based on J.R.R. Tolkien novel. Martin Freeman is the main character of this film. He acts as Bilbo Baggins. This movie released on December 17th 2014.

            What I love most is when Smaug the dragon was dead. Smaug is greedy and strong. For almost Two hundred years, Dragon Smaug stayed in the mountain, lying within the great treasure of the Lonely Mountain. When Smaug destroys Lake town. He ruins everything in Lake town. So people from Lake town run away to find save place. There is someone who egoistic, he runs away while bring a lot of gold in his small boat. The boat run slowly. So Bard  who  take the archery go to the high place and he successful shoot the dragon with help from his son. He arrows right to the hearth of the dragon. The dragon fallen down and hit the boat. 
Visual effect is wonderful moreover when Bilbo Baggins and many others battle with the orc. The set design is really amazing too. The place seems real. The sound effects surprise me. Cinematography by Andrew Lesnie is the best as well. The last but not least that I love all the costume design, the hobbit, the elf, the dwarf and many others because they describe each character so perfectly.
So what I can learn from this movie are we can not be a greedy person because it will destroy us. We have to be a generous person who like to share what we have,  to people who needed. We also have to be a trusted person because it is important for friendship or social life. And if you love someone, you need to correct each other. Like Bilbo Baggins to Thorin, he tries to remind Thorin not to be a greedy person like the Smaug or like Thorin’s grandfather who turns to crazy person because of his greed.

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