This time last year, I was eagerly awaiting the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Adventure.
When I got to watch it, a whole new world was opened up to me. Yeah, I read the book. But I didn't open up to it until I heard they were making the first Hobbit movie. Then I read the book again, had a LOTR marathon with my family and waited. I was so pumped to see the first movie. I was smiling so hard when I walked into the theater, my face ached the rest of that afternoon. Throughout the movie I sat on the edge of my seat, heart pounding and mind racing.
Today, when I walked into the theater to watch The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug, much of the same thing happened. But this time it was more serious. It was darker. I almost cried - and did cry - through all/part of it. It was really good. It was more than I had expected. It was better than I expected. I was extremely happy with it:) It's not really "close" to the actual book, but I knew that because it's and adaption that it would be that way.
His voice made the air vibrate.
He has an evil sort of humor.
Over all, for a reallyyyyyy bad dragon, he's one of my favorite characters.
I mean, who doesn't love the perfect villain?
Ah, now we get too the line of Durin.
Thorin wasn't as grumpy in this movie compared to the last movie; at least in my opinion. He is so hurt. I want to give him a hug. In the end of the movie, Thorin was so close to his home, his reaction and emotions broke my heart. Then it's like all of his anger came back.
Fili really didn't have much of a part, I mean, there was one part when he argues with his uncle and sticks up for his little brother but that's the jist of it. I've actually nicknamed him "Lion Boy" because of his strength and because he really makes me think of a lion.
Kili had a bigger part, and, I almost died. Kili is adorable. And He find himself falling for a she-elf. He knew that to love her was impossible, but he did. And he had a hard time leaving her. I wish Thorin hadn't taught the boys that Elves were bad. I wish Thorin wasn't so hateful toward them. Because Kili was taught to hate them, he was feeling torn. And Thorin would have throw Kili out of a window if he found out. But yes Kili is awesome and I am going to cry so hard when they die. I'm waiting in both excitement and dread.
This movie is epic, the characters are amazing, the scenes are breathtaking and my poor fangirl heart is peaceful. I'm going to cry about my dwarves dying. I mean, I don't want to say goodbye. But other than my personal feeling and heartbreak, I LOVE Desolation of Smaug and you all really need to watch it!!!
P.S. About The Title: The first lines of the two most amazing songs ever:) Misty Mountains, from the 1st Hobbit movie, and I See Fire by Ed Sheeran which is the song at the beginning of the credits of DOS. It gives me goose bumps:) You should all listen to it!