Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

Confessions of a Nerf Herder

So, finally the prequel trilogy to Peter Jackson’s The Lords of the Rings trilogy is upon us. Jackson and his team have been tooling away on this new batch of films for what seems like an eternity. The first of his The Hobbit trilogy, sub-titled An Unexpected Journey, focuses on Bilbo Baggins, uncle of Frodo, and the journey that saw him come to be in possession of a certain ‘precious’. This story involves, as expected, epic journeys and lots of ups and downs along the way.

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To get it right out there on front street from the get go, An Unexpected Journey is the first film to ever be shot and viewed at 48 frames per second (fps). That means you will, literally, have never seen a film like it. Films are always shot at a rate of 24 fps – it’s been that way for the last 80…

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By Nicholas Maithya Posted in Reviews

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