The hobbit series never disappoints. The story line is largely borrowed from the hobbit novel of 1937. The film is a combination of goblins that have successfully repossessed an isolated mountain. This is marked by jubilation and festivity. This is not all; one of their own reveals a top secret that will lead to a thriving location. They therefore use a member as a scapegoat to help them. He is however trapped in the war that emerged as a result the goblins are forced to fight to save his life. Unity, battles, love and relationship are all aspects that are featured in this film.
This is one of the best pieces of the Lords of Rings hobbit movie. The motion pictures captured in this film are hilarious. First the aliens appear scary but funny in a good way. The singing is quite laughable. One cannot afford to ignore this scene. What’s more is the fact that the film making is classy. A case in point is where the crew stops at a river only to hear someone sing amusingly. Shots taken are quite risky. We get to see an important person standing on a high tower even as nature surrounds him. There is a beautiful display of freezing mountains overlooking the lake. This view is definitely irresistible. What’s more is the eye-catching march of the goblins to another place. The designs of different buildings and sculptures are outclassed and what even interesting is that they are antique. The film envisions stormy, freezing and dry times. The duo however has to beat all odds to survive.
It’s quite emotional and painful to bid a loved one goodbye. Damage caused due to the invasion leaves the city in shambles. We get to see explosions and eruption of fights as a result several people die. The fight is real. The goblins are ready and prepared to go to war. It’s scary to see a huge and powerful monster appear ready to conquer the goblins. The goblins in turn regain victory and even get to explore the magic ring stolen by Martin Freeman.
The hobbit 4: sure feels like home