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The Hobbit: Emotional Outburst by wolfanita The Hobbit: Emotional Outburst by wolfanita
Thorin has one of his sentimental moments and is hugging defenceless people again...



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carioca503 Featured By Owner Edited 4 days ago
In the trailer for the third movie we get a hint that Thorin indeed has an emotional moment with Kili before the showdown – so your fan art anticipates this in a funny and lovely way. I like it very much.
––– ATTENTION: SPOILER –––
I saw the film last Saturday and – let's say – I was grateful that they had this moment because we all know what terrible fate lies ahead of them  … *still sobbing*
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 4 days ago   General Artist
Thank you!
I think it's just horrible that Kili gets a forehead 'kiss' and an 'oh, I'm so sorry' line and Fili gets ignored as usual, even later for his corpse nobody does care. I'm no massive Fili fan, but as somebody with three siblings I dispise it if just one child gets all the attention all the time for no reason.

The first two thirds of the movie were great, but there were some problems in the last. Hope the Extended will fix that.
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carioca503 Featured By Owner Edited 4 days ago
––– SPOILER ALERT –––

I was really outraged when the Thorin/Fili/Kili plot ended in leaving them lying dead on the battlefield – without appreciation or burial ceremony in dignity, no farewell at all. And even Bard and the people of Esgaroth – what happened to them? Does NLC/PJ leave it all to the extended version? That's not OK, too much commercialization! I hope that we will get those scenes on a very, very extended DVD/Blueray or a director's cut at last.
You see I left the cinema quite confused.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 4 days ago   General Artist
Thorin had at least Bilbo and Kili Tauriel crying over them. Fili just lay in the snow rotting alone. I don't like that whole Kili/Tauriel/Legolas story, I have nothing against that they added Tauriel, but for me it stole too much screentime from others - or have you seen a single one of the other nine dwarves in the battle...?
The cinematic cut is also made by PJ. He decided to make it that short this time; I'm not sure why. Maybe because people complained that LotR had "too many endings".
Well, since I had read the book several times, I can't say that I was confused, cause I knew what happens to them anyway, I just thought some things were missing, while some scenes not important for the main story (Legs vs Bolg etc) were too long.
The Extended will most likely show Thorin's funeral scene as in the book. Rumours say this version will be about 30 minutes longer.
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carioca503 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
I read the book several times as well so I knew how it would end. My confusion resulted from all those left open plots in the movie. I agree there are some scenes far too long though I must confess that I like the romantic ones between the youngsters Kili and Tauriel as emotional addition to all this rivalry, fighting and war between dwarfs, elves, humans and orcs. For me most the unnecessary scenes were those with Alfrid. Btw did you miss the scene with the combat vehicle from the trailer too?
As before when PJ made his LotR trilogy I bought the fascinating books about the art behind the movies by David Falconer (Der Hobbit – Chroniken/Klett Cotta). In the actual book they have several sketches and concept designs of the burial scene in Erebor so indeed there is hope this will be shown on the extended DVD versions.
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 3 days ago   General Artist
In general I would not have minded a subtle attraction between elf and dwarf (though this story needs no romance for me, it's about friendship in my opinion) if it was made more subtle and not as obvious and rather bad written. Of course it could have been much, much worse, but all that, Oh, I talked twice to him/her and now I would die for him/her, that's just - shallow and forced. Even as a child I didn't like that in the Disney movies. That's no romance for me. But whatever.
Alfrid, would not have needed him, too, but as you say you like the romantic relief, others would say they liked the comic relief. I would have been glad to get less of both.
Yes, I noticed the scene was missing. It must have been when the four Laketown dwarves travelled to Erebor.
I love all those books, they are even better than the ones from LotR.
I hope they add it. It may make a similar positive change as the Boromir/ Faramir scene did for Two Towers.
Und wieso schreib ich das alles auf englisch?
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carioca503 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
Hahaha, ja wieso eigentlich?
Ich liebe diese Szenen mit Boromir und Faramir in der Extended Version von HdR – Die Zwei Türme, die tiefe Beziehung der beiden Brüder ist wunderbar und die Verzweiflung des Überlebenden, vom Vater Verschmähten wird umso glaubhafter. Es geht also, Herr Jackson, wenn man sich Mühe gibt!

Ich stimme dir zu, was das Drehbuch angeht. Was gab es da für Ausreißer! Mein Gott, allein die Plumpheit von Kili's Anmache im Kerker in Teil 2: „Ich könnte sonst was in der Hose haben.” Geht's noch? Da habe ich im Kino regelrecht nach Luft geschnappt. Ich vermute, Mr Tolkien hat sich bei derlei Niveaulosikgkeit im Grabe rumgedreht. Nun gut, ich werde wohl trotz alledem in zwei, drei Wochen nochmal in den Hobbit 3 reingehen, habe ich bei den ersten beiden Teilen auch gemacht. Mal sehen, wie ich den Film dann empfinde. Allerdings weiß ich jetzt schon, dass ich mich mit der Donkey-Kong-Bolg versus Super-Mario-Legolas-Kampfszene wohl niemals versöhnen kann …
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wolfanita Featured By Owner 3 days ago   General Artist
Ich finde die Szene auch toll, eine meiner Lieblingsszenen überhaupt.
Das Problem liegt hier wohl eher bei den Produzenten und dem 'gewöhnlichen' Publikum, vor allem bei HdR. Wenn ich daran denke, wie Peter Jackson erzählt hat, was sie dem Studio für Murks über die Handlung erzählen mussten, um überhaupt was genehmigt zu kriegen, weil die dachten das sei zu anspruchsvoll, das verkaufe sich nicht - schlimm. Deswegen fliegen meistens die vertiefenden Characterszenen raus.

Ich hab den Film jetzt zweimal auf deutsch gesehen (am 23. folgt OV), und mir fiel auf, dass ich ihn beim zweiten Mal trauriger fand und dass die Szenen, die ich beim ersten Mal unmöglich fand, nicht mehr soo schlimm waren.
Legolas' over-the-top stunts fand ich in jedem Film affig.
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JafndaegurCAMBRIA Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014  New member Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This kinda makes me sad...you know...knowing what happens in the end...
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wolfanita Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2014   General Artist
All great stories have at least a partially bad ending.
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