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The Best Film I Have Ever Seen

Lots of people find watching films one of the best ways of spending their leisure time. Due to numerous video facilities, which have emerged in this country over the past years, we have a chance to watch the most popular and new films.
As for me, I am always impressed by films screened after a book. Moreover, I find it enjoyable to reread the book which I don't remember very well to be able to compare it with the screen version.
The film «The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug» directed by Peter Jackson and with Martin Freeman and Ian McKellen as leading actors is the screen version of the book written by the popular English writer - John Tolkien. The film was released in 2013.
The story concerns Bilbo Baggins. He’s a rather plump hobbit and he finds himself unwittingly drawn into an adventure by the wizard Gandalf. Along with thirteen dwarves, he finds himself bound for Lonely Mountain, where a dragon named Smaug hordes stolen treasure. But the road is wrought with danger. Using magic and quick thinking, with the help of giant eagles and man who can turn into a bear, they manage to complete their quest, only to realize that there are more important things in life.
The film is rather long, but it’s amazing. The plot is great! And acting impressed me a lot, because of the excellent cast! It’s in 3D, so the effects are fascinating and exciting. This is not the 1st 3D film I have ever seen, but this version of the video continues to amaze me. Thanks to it, the special effects look more realistic, the sound is louder. Don’t miss it! It's well worth seeing because of terrific plot. I can thoroughly recommend it to all lovers of fantasy. It’ll have you on the edge of your seat during the whole…...

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