The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug

{4/5} “I did not come to steal from you, O Smaug the Unassessably Wealthy. I merely wanted to gaze upon your magnificence, to see if you really were as great as the old tales say. I did not believe them.”

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, released in 2013

Gandalf heads off on his own to do something about the evil that has returned. Meanwhile Bilbo and the dwarves attempt to continue their journey but get captured by elves. Thorin rejects Thranduil the elf king’s deal and they’re imprisoned. Kili, a dwarf, becomes fond of Tauriel, an elf. Like the first one there are many great parts and also some silly parts. Martin Freeman and the voice of Benedict Cumberbatch star.

Directed by Peter Jackson (The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey).

This is the second time I’ve seen it. My earlier review is here.

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