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A hobbit: Váratlan utazás

A hobbit: Váratlan utazás
A hobbit: Váratlan utazás Rating: 68 out of 100 based on 63 reviews.
Termelés
Director:Peter Jackson
Producer:Ken Kamins (executive producer)
Philippa Boyens (co-producer)
Carolynne Cunningham (producer)
Peter Jackson (producer)
Fran Walsh (producer)
Zane Weiner (producer)
Toby Emmerich (executive producer)
Alan Horn (executive producer)
Amanda Walker (associate producer)
Carolyn Blackwood (executive producer)
Matthew Dravitzki (associate producer)
Eileen Moran (co-producer)
Writer:Peter Jackson (screenplay) &)
Fran Walsh (screenplay) &)
J.R.R. Tolkien (novel "The Hobbit")
Philippa Boyens (screenplay) &)
Guillermo del Toro (screenplay)
Értékelései A hobbit: Váratlan utazás
Crave Online
One of my greatest regrets is that I never reviewed The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. That should give you a sense of how few significant regrets I actually have in life, but it’s still haunted me. It’s haunted me so much, that in order to exorcize all
RedEye
After the 12 endings that wrapped up 2003’s Best Picture-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” Peter Jackson could have parted with J.R.R. Tolkien adaptations and gone out on top.
MediaMikes
Sometimes we build up our expectations, often to the point that we can never be satisfied. Francis Ford Coppola has made some film masterpieces but they are often compared, unfairly, to “The Godfather.” Michael Jackson’s “BAD” is a great album.
Fresno Bee
Peter Jackson's first installment of a planned trilogy of the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien novel is as grandiose as any of the director's "Lord of the Rings" film behemoths -- which weren't exactly dainty in terms of scale and gravitas, if you recall.
MovieCrypt.com
If you love Peter Jackson’s previous Lord of the Rings films, there’s nothing to hate or fear here (unless you buy the super-chubby size soda).
Értékelései A hobbit: Váratlan utazás
Crave Online
One of my greatest regrets is that I never reviewed The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. That should give you a sense of how few significant regrets I actually have in life, but it’s still haunted me. It’s haunted me so much, that in order to exorcize all
RedEye
After the 12 endings that wrapped up 2003’s Best Picture-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King,” Peter Jackson could have parted with J.R.R. Tolkien adaptations and gone out on top.
MediaMikes
Sometimes we build up our expectations, often to the point that we can never be satisfied. Francis Ford Coppola has made some film masterpieces but they are often compared, unfairly, to “The Godfather.” Michael Jackson’s “BAD” is a great album.
Fresno Bee
Peter Jackson's first installment of a planned trilogy of the beloved J.R.R. Tolkien novel is as grandiose as any of the director's "Lord of the Rings" film behemoths -- which weren't exactly dainty in terms of scale and gravitas, if you recall.
MovieCrypt.com
If you love Peter Jackson’s previous Lord of the Rings films, there’s nothing to hate or fear here (unless you buy the super-chubby size soda).
LarsenOnFilm
Director Peter Jackson’s infatuation with the imaginary world of novelist J.R.R. Tolkien resulted in the masterful Lord of the Rings trilogy, a landmark in fantasy cinema. He hasn’t stopped there. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, is the first...
Orlando Weekly
There's one word that describes The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey: more. More action, more digital effects, more characters, more exposition, more shire time. And that's not a good thing.
Aisle Seat
I have to admit that I felt a twinge of disappointment when I heard Peter Jackson was making The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Adapting another JRR Tolkien work after his Oscar-winning Lord of the Rings trilogy seemed like a futile attempt to catch...
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the latest film adaptation of a Tolkien book by The Lord of the Rings trilogy director Peter Jackson, is such an immersive experience that movie theater crowds will feel as if they’ve never left the land of hobbits...
Christian Science Monitor
My first thought in watching “The Hobbit” was: Do we really need this movie? It was my last thought, too. Having powered his way through the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy, which had its occasional majesties, director Peter Jackson now feels compelled to...
Mark Reviews Movies
It takes a long while to become reacquainted to the idea that we are not in J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth but Peter Jackson's. Despite the fact that Jackson and his co-screenwriters Fran Walsh and Philippa Boyens...
Laramie Movie Scope
After a great deal of political and financial maneuvering, which resulted in some false starts (Guillermo del Toro of “Hellboy” was the director at first), lawsuits and other troubles, everything got straightened out and the Hobbit movie finally...
ComingSoon.net
It almost feels mandatory to preface this review with the caveat that this writer has seen the original "Lord of the Rings" between three and four times in theaters, at least twice more on DVD, and countless times on cable and television...
St. Petersburg Times
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is Lord of the Rings light, and I mean that in the best possible way.
CLIPS
A young and reluctant Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman), sets out on a journey with a group of dwarves to reclaim their stolen mountain home from a dragon named Smaug. "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is a magical, wondrous prequel to the...
stltoday.com
Like Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland,” J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Hobbit” is a slender book for children that also has an academic pedigree and an adult audience. Peter Jackson’s feature-film version of “The Hobbit” is on a quest to conquer a wide...
Houston Press
It's hard not to sit down for the first of Peter Jackson's three scheduled Hobbit films without a sense of resignation bordering on [Mount] doom. Certainly Middle Earth has many tales to tell, but I'm not sure all of them need the extended director's...
NOLA.com
It is Gandalf the Grey -- he of the powerful gaze, the infinite wisdom, the unfailingly mysterious ways -- who, early in director Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey," shares with half-sized hero Bilbo Baggins an observation...
Screen Jabber
With a running time pushing three hours, it’s not just an unexpected journey that the titular halfling embarks upon in this, the first big-screen adaptation of JRR Tolkien’s enduringly popular children’s book and the opening installment in...
iHaveNet.com
"The Hobbit," the first of three movies to be yanked out of J.R.R. Tolkien's single novel, comes from Mister Middle-earth: Peter Jackson, who thrilled Tolkien fans worldwide with his lavish screen version of the "Lord of the Rings" trilogy.
Sacramento News & Review
Having done all right with his Lord of the Rings, director Peter Jackson returns to the fantasy fiction of J.R.R. Tolkien and another planned nine-hour trilogy, beginning with this overlong but eventually appealing first installment.
filmjabber
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is a largely entertaining, enjoyable and energetic adaptation of the first part of J.R.R. Tolkien's relatively short prequel. Unlike The Lord of the Rings, where the fate of the world was at stake, The Hobbit is much...
Eric D. Snider
The main problem with “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” is one that wasn’t unexpected at all. It sounded like a bad idea when honorary Middle-earth resident Peter Jackson declared his intention to stretch J.R.R. Tolkien’s average-length novel into...
TheCinemaSource
Yup, it’s nearly three hours long. But in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey fans of the Lord of the Rings trilogy will feel right at home, and newcomers, especially children will be feel in good company with the low-brow humor as long as they can sit...
CinemaBlend.com
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey arrives in theaters under a brutal weight of expectations, coming not only after the magnificent Lord of the Rings trilogy, but with the knowledge that there are two more films to come in this adaptation of a very...
Big Picture Big Sound
Peter Jackson asks a lot from his audience. First of all, he asks for healthy ear drums; his movies are loud. He also requires a strong constitution since he seems incapable of editing a film down below the three-hour mark.
NorthShoreMovies.net
What can one say about THE HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY? It is director Peter Jackson’s prequel to his landmark and beloved “Lord of the Rings” series, now enjoyed in “expanded editions” on DVD and Blu-ray.
EFilmCritic.com
“The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” lands in theatres after an extensive promotional campaign, combating insatiable fanboy thirst and carrying the weight of the beloved “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy on its shoulders. No pressure then.
Rolling Stone
First, you need to get past the look of it. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is making a bizarre kind of history by going out in limited release at 48 frames per second (double the usual standard).
Fan The Fire
After the conclusion of the epic Lord of the Rings trilogy back in 2003, it seemed that the fantasy franchise had seen its last day. Cut to almost a decade later and Peter Jackson has succeeded in bringing us a much-anticipated fourth dose of Middle...
HollywoodChicago.com
Twice as many frames per second and another dimension only serve to amplify the notable flaws of Peter Jackson’s truly disappointing “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” a bloated, dull mess of a film that meanders when it should move and stumbles when...
Monsters and Critics
The first of The Hobbit films in the Lord of the Rings cycle sets the stage for one of the most successful franchises of all time. The team has the formula down and done and in turning back in time this epic origins tale makes the earlier – or later...
Reel Views
In 2001, only a few months after the fall of the World Trade Center, Peter Jackson swept us away to Middle Earth with The Fellowship of the Ring. It was a wondrous three-hour achievement: the first major attempt at serious, big budget epic fantasy.
Hollywood
Much to the chagrin of the adults who caught Star Wars in 1977, or even the ones who grew up with the film in years to come, George Lucas designed his follow-up prequel trilogy with a different audience in mind.
Movies.com
Hello. I'm writing from the future. In fact it's 2027. And in the 15 years since Peter Jackson introduced filmgoing audiences to the wonders of 48 frame-per-second 3D elves and dwarves and wizards and hobbits, they've finally figured out a way to...
Movie Web
Sir Peter Jackson's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is not The Lord of the Rings, matching neither its tone nor its depth, but was it supposed to? The fun-loving spirit and colorful flamboyance of the film says no.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Special effects are supposed to enhance a film, not overwhelm it. Yet that’s what happens in Peter Jackson’s first “Lord of the Rings” prequel, adapted from J.R.R. Tolkien’s beloved Middle-earth fantasy.
The A.V. Club
The announcement that Peter Jackson’s long-rumored, long-delayed film adaptation of The Hobbit would be split into two films was greeted with fan astonishment and disbelief. The later announcement that it would actually be three movies upped the...
Slant Magazine
Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy transports us to a mythic land haunted by gruesome ghoulies and gripped by seemingly endless warfare, allowing us to recognize something of ourselves, our modern-day triumphs and follies, in the remarkably...
New York Post
"All good stories deserve embellishment,’’ proclaims Gandalf the Grey early on in Peter Jackson’s “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’’ — in what’s amounts to a mission statement for this rewarding, if long-winded, $270 million epic.
Entertainment Weekly
Okay, everybody, the tea break is over: Time to emerge from your hobbit hole. Nine years after the completion of his Lord of the Rings trilogy, director Peter Jackson has returned, as if he never left, to the imaginary territory he clearly loves as...
Washington Post
After years of stops, starts, Barnum-esque hype and rumors of game-changing technology, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” has finally arrived, not on wings of gossamer fancy but with a hairy-footed thud.
Kc
Peter Jackson นำเรากลับไปยังมัชฌิมโลกอีกครั้ง ด้วยการส่งท้ายปีกับภาพยนตร์แฟรนไชส์ที่มีคนตั้งตารอการกลับมากว่า 10 ปีอย่าง The Hobbit ภาคย้อนการผจญภัยของบิลโบ้ก่อนเกิดเหตุการณ์ใน The Lords of the Rings แม้ว่าฉบับหนังสือจะมีเพียงเล่มเดียว...
WeLoveMovieClub.com
เรื่องราวการผจญภัยครั้งใหญ่ของฮอบบิทนาม Bilbo Baggins ในการเดินทางร่วมกับพ่อมดเทา Gandalf และ คณะคนแคระที่นำโดย Thorin Oakenshield ในการเดินทางสู่หุบเขาเดียวดายกับการทวงคืนเอเรบอร์อาณาจักรแห่งคนแคระที่เคยรุ่งเรืองในอดีต โดยพวกเขาทั้งหมดนอกจากจะต้อง...
Science Fiction Flim
What can one say about The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey? It’s director Peter Jackson’s prequel to his landmark and beloved Lord of the Ring series, now enjoyed in “expanded editions” on DVD.
Flicks.co.nz
Despite benefiting from the world-establishing goodwill generated by the Lord of the Rings movies, this film stands ably on its own, offering up generous piles of large scale fantasy underscored by genuine emotional heft and boundary-pushing visuals.
The Mercury
THE Hobbit occupies that same awkward spot in popular cinema as the Twilight movies in terms of balancing good cinema against fan-service.
Shadows on the Wall
Jackson returns to Tolkien with an expanded three-film epic based on a rather simple novel. But never mind, with this opener he signals his intention to turn a straightforward journey into a sprawling opus.
Quickflix
Peter Jackson didn’t particularly want to direct The Hobbit, and I didn’t particularly want to be bored to tears, but there we both were, fulfilling what could only be described as some sort of cinematic murder-suicide pact.
The Telegraph
“Like butter that has been scraped over too much bread” was how JRR Tolkien described the supernatural world-weariness of Bilbo Baggins in the opening chapter of The Lord of the Rings.
Boston Phoenix
Some things were meant to be shorter, like Hobbits, and The Hobbit. Whether from love of the subject, or the studio's desire for another multi-billion dollar franchise, Peter Jackson has endeavored to inflate J.R.R. Tolkien's children's novel into...
SFX
Middle-earth is big. Really big. You just won’t believe how vastly hugely mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it’s a long way across the Shire to Farmer Maggot’s field, but that’s…
QNetwork Entertainment
If The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first installment of Peter Jackson’s three-part adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s 1937 novel that introduced the world to the fantastical realm of Middle-earth, suffers in comparison to his Lord of the Rings...
Channel24
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is, in many ways, the quintessential Peter Jackson film. It's self-indulgent, far too long and often tedious, but it's also beautifully assembled, unquestionably cinematic and sporadically brilliant.
View London
Martin Freeman is perfectly cast as Bilbo Baggins and duly delivers a superb performance; he even resembles the older Bilbo, played by Ian Holm, who appears here in a prologue alongside Elijah Wood as Frodo. McKellen is on typically splendid form as...
MovieXclusive.com
It has been almost a decade-long wait for fans of Lord of the Rings (LOTR) who left the theatres bawling after The Return of the King (2003), the last of the beloved film franchise based on J.R.R. Tolkien's fantasy novel.
India Today
It was always a tough deal adapting Tolkien’s high fantasy on screen. Peter Jackson has done it thrice. By way of The Lord Of The Rings (LOTR) trilogy that ensured his space among Hollywood greats.
IBNLive
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey has little of the awe and shock and wonder that thrillingly accompanied The Lord of the Rings saga. Those films felt new and exciting and unlike anything we'd already seen at the time.
Hindustan Times
Auspiciously, our expectations for the three-part prequel are fulfilled by this episode. There is little doubt that Jackson has again raised the standard by which all future fantasy blockbusters will be judged.
Rediff.com
This sudden thirst for adventure is never truly translated on screen. But it's like Gandalf, possibly echoing Jackson's own sentiments, says this task to succeed needs 'tact, respect, charm' and 'which is why you'll leave the talking to me.'
Koimoi.com
“Good stories deserve embellishments,” says Gandalf when he’s trying to convince Bilbo to join their adventure. For once, the wizard isn’t entirely correct. And maybe Peter Jackson shouldn’t have taken him so literally.
NowRunning.com
There is something appealing about "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey". It transports you to a world of fantasy. A land long forgotten with wizards, dwarves, dragons, elves, orcs, trolls, goblins, stone giants and the likes.
Express.co.uk
PETER Jackson is the modern age’s P T Barnum. He is the lord of the cinematic spectacle, constantly pushing at technological barriers as he strives to make the greatest show on earth.
TotalFilm.com
The year 2012: a good one for archers, Michael Fassbender and swearing bears. Fantasy movies, not so much.
Empire
It may deal in part with a (literal) phantom menace, but this is thankfully not The Phantom Menace. The Hobbit plays younger and lighter than Fellowship and its follow-ups, but does right by the faithful and has a strength in Martin Freeman’s Bilbo...
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Ian McKellen...Gandalf
Martin Freeman...Bilbo
Richard Armitage...Thorin
Ken Stott...Balin
Graham McTavish...Dwalin
William Kircher...Bifur / Tom Troll
James Nesbitt...Bofur
Stephen Hunter...Bombur
Dean O'Gorman...Fili
Aidan Turner...Kili
John Callen...Oin
Peter Hambleton...Gloin / William Troll
Jed Brophy...Nori
Mark Hadlow...Dori / Bert Troll
Adam Brown...Ori
Elijah Wood...Frodo
Andy Serkis...Gollum
Cate Blanchett...Galadriel
Christopher Lee...Saruman
Benedict Cumberbatch...Necromancer
Hugo Weaving...Elrond
Lee Pace...Thranduil
Ian Holm...Old Bilbo
Conan Stevens...Bolg
Barry Humphries...Great Goblin
Sylvester McCoy...Radagast
Jeffrey Thomas...Thror
Michael Mizrahi...Thrain
Bret McKenzie...Lindir
John Rawls...Yazneg
Manu Bennett...Azog
Stephen Ure...Fimbul / Grinnah
Timothy Bartlett...Master Worrywort
Glenn Boswell...Dwarf Miner
Thomas Robins...Young Thrain
Kiran Shah...Goblin Scribe
Renee Cataldo...Goblin (uncredited)
Ray Henwood...Net Mender (uncredited)
Katie Jackson...Hobbit (uncredited)
Terry Notary...Goblin (uncredited)
Dean Knowsley...Elven Guard (uncredited)
Nathan Meister...Goblin (uncredited)
Brendan Casey...King Thranduil's Lieutenant (uncredited)
Frazer Anderson...Hunter Orc (uncredited)
Joseph Mika-Hunt...Hunter Orc (uncredited)
Shane Boulton...Rivendell Court Elf (uncredited)
Thomas Rimmer...Goblin (uncredited)
James Trevena-Brown...Goblin (uncredited)
Melanie Carrington...Elf (uncredited)
Tim McLachlan...Goblin (uncredited)
Mark Trotter...Goblin (uncredited)
Jarred Blakiston...Musical Elf (uncredited)
Stephen Gledhill...Old Gammidge (uncredited)
Tim Gordon...Old Hobbit (uncredited)
Brian Hotter...Otho Sackville-Baggins (uncredited)
Richard Whiteside...Erebor Dwarf Guard (uncredited)
Termelés
Director:Peter Jackson
Producer:Ken Kamins (executive producer)
Philippa Boyens (co-producer)
Carolynne Cunningham (producer)
Peter Jackson (producer)
Fran Walsh (producer)
Zane Weiner (producer)
Toby Emmerich (executive producer)
Alan Horn (executive producer)
Amanda Walker (associate producer)
Carolyn Blackwood (executive producer)
Matthew Dravitzki (associate producer)
Eileen Moran (co-producer)
Writer:Peter Jackson (screenplay) &)
Fran Walsh (screenplay) &)
J.R.R. Tolkien (novel "The Hobbit")
Philippa Boyens (screenplay) &)
Guillermo del Toro (screenplay)
Composer:Howard Shore
Cinematographer:Andrew Lesnie (director of photography)
Editing:Jabez Olssen
Production Design:Dan Hennah
Art Director:Andy McLaren
Simon Bright (supervising art director)
Brian Massey
Brad Mill
Set Decorator:Ra Vincent
Simon Bright
Costume Design:Ann Maskrey
Bob Buck
Richard Taylor
Makeup:Don Brooker (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Rick Findlater (makeup and hair supervisor)
Katy Fray (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Kerrin Jackson (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Paul Katte (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Marie Kealy (prosthetic assistant)
Michael Krehl (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Davina Lamont (workshop hair technician (uncredited)
Tami Lane (prosthetic supervisor)
Georgia Lockhart-Adams (makeup artist)
Jaime Leigh McIntosh (makeup assistant)
Richard Muller (makeup artist)
Michele Perry (additional makeup artist)
Katherine Brown (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Ryk Fortuna (senior prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Catherine Maguire (makeup artist)
Flora Moody (makeup artist)
Alice Baueris (prosthetic assistant)
Ricci-Lee Berry (makeup artist)
Kala Harrison (prosthetic assistant)
Clare Ramsey (senior prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Michele Barber (additional makeup artist)
Rachelle O'Donnell (prosthetic makeup artist)
Matthew O'Toole (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Cristina Patterson (contact lens painter (uncredited)
Sarah Rubano (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Heather McMullen (prosthetic assistant)
Jess Reedy (prosthetic makeup artist)
Elka Wardega (additional prosthetic makeup artist)
Natalie Abizadeh (prosthetic assistant)
Nancy Hennah (additional makeup artist)
Zoe Marsden (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Renee McCarthy (additional makeup assistant)
Hayley Ness (additional makeup artist)
Dara Wakely (additional makeup artist)
Anna de Witt (makeup assistant)
Lucy Gargiulo (additional makeup artist)
Polly McKay (prosthetic assistant)
Mark Landon (senior prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Claire Rutledge (additional makeup artist)
Daniel Phillips (senior prosthetic makeup artist (uncredited)
Hayden Bloomfield (makeup artist: second unit)
Valter Casotto (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Sharlene Cassidy (additional makeup assistant)
Hil Cook (additional makeup artist)
Justin Ditter (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Sondrya Dixon (additional makeup artist)
Jason Docherty (special makeup and prosthetics supervisor: WETA Workshop)
Jayne Donaldson (makeup artist)
Susan Durno (makeup artist)
Cody Dysart (additional makeup assistant)
Tamara Eyre (additional makeup artist)
Sean Foot (senior prosthetic makeup artist)
Lisa Foothead (additional makeup assistant)
Natalie Henderson (additional makeup assistant)
Roman Illovsky (horse makeup)
Frankie Karena (makeup supervisor: second unit)
Elizabeth Kefalas (prosthetic assistant)
Peter King (makeup and hair designer)
Vanessa Langford (prosthetic assistant)
Elizabeth McCarthy (makeup artist)
Amy McLennan (makeup assistant)
Tiffany Te Moananui (additional makeup assistant)
Angela Mooar (key makeup artist)
Anne Neilson (additional makeup artist)
William Perriam (lens technician)
Allie Rutherford (additional makeup artist)
Dannelle Satherley (makeup artist)
Warren Dion Smith (additional makeup assistant)
Fiona Sole (additional makeup artist)
Jennifer Stanfield (makeup artist)
Lauren Steward (makeup artist: second unit)
Richard Taylor (special makeup)
Deb Watson (makeup artist)
Noeline White (additional makeup artist)
Georgia Allen (additional prosthetic makeup artist)
Production Management:Joshua Levinson (post-production supervisor)
Brigitte Yorke (unit production manager)
Belindalee Hope (production manager: second unit)
Zane Weiner (unit production manager)
Dean Watkins (head of production: Park Road Post Production)
Stephanie Weststrate (production supervisor)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version) (uncredited)
Nikolas Korda (unit production manager: London)
Boris Kunac (unit manager)
Quentin Parr (unit manager: second unit)
Christian Rivers (unit supervisor: splinter unit)
Karl Stieglbauer (unit manager: second unit)
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