The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – Review

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The Hobbit: The Battle of the five armies


Director: Peter Jackson

Production: Carolynne , Zane Weiner, Fran Walsh

Screenplay: Fran Walsh, Phiippa Boyens, Peter Jackson, Guillermo del Toro

Music: Howard Shore

Running time: 144 minutes


Peter Jackson’s amazing transformation of J.R.R Tolkien’s fantasy novel into an epic adventure film trilogy, The Hobbit is back with the third part The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. The movie hit the screens on December 11th and is receiving a positive response from all over the world. This is the third film in the series of The Hobbit under the direction of Peter Jackson. Let us have a look into The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies – review as the epic action packed movie has hit the screens worldwide yesterday.


As in the name, the plot is about the five armies. The story goes as follows. Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield, and his fellow Dwarves are still inside the Lonely Mountain, like in the past movie of The Hobbit. Smaug flies as the dragon to destroy the Lake Town for their association with the intruders. The still locked up by the master of Lake Town, Brad has to manage to escape and then kill Smaug while the Master of Laketown tries to escape to carry all the gold that he took from the town’s coffers. But Brad tells his people that they will take the residence in Dale, with Kili confiding his love for Tauriel, that are set up in the boat to Lonely Mountain to meet up their company.

By arriving at the Erebor, Kili’s group finds Bilbo and learns that Thorin has lost his mind while souring the gold for Arkestone, that has actually on Bilbi’s person, who kept at Balin’s behest. Now the maddened Thorin proceeds to command the Dwarves to block the gates to prevent anyone from entering or leaving.

Inside the Erebor, Thorin is eventually overcomes his madness. While the others aid what remains of Dain’s forces, Thorin rides towards the Ravenhill along with Dwalin, Fili and KIli to settle the tings with Azog. At the same time, Thranduil, after being barnished, despite her Legolas warning the Bolg’s army, Tauries sets off the Ravenhill with Bilbo following to tell the Dwarves of the second Orc army.


The Hobbit was actually a two part film, but the director Peter Jackson has announced the third part in 2012 and the production values of the move are absolutely good and The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies has good score from music composer Howard Shore. Billy Boyd, who played role in the movie wrote the song “The Last Goodbye”, which comes at the end of the movie.

Final Verdict:

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is a pack of huge chain-mail punch.

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