They were tainted with dark power
Dude Hela is so dang hot....I’d be her thrall in a heartbeat
That “terrible form of life” can’t be much worse than the hobbit movies
@YUNoJump, you shut your Mordor-fvcking mouth
@Smash Like Gaston, no, he's right. They're a great offense. Added characters. Unnecessary scenes.
Not nearly so accurate as the original trilogy.
@Dan S Krieger, well into Mt. Doom with you.
@YUNoJump, 911, someone fired a fjcking rocket launcher at Peter Jackson
@YUNoJump, Totally agree. I watched the Hobbit movies out of spite after the first one. Dressed head to toe as Thorin. Angry the entire time as they destroyed scene after scene of my favorite childhood book. I have a sleeve tattoo of the Hobbit cartoon from ‘77. And as much as that film gets incorrect it’s so much better than the Hobbit films. Which I wanted to love SO MUCH! But I couldn’t.
@YUNoJump, I thought the first two were solid, but no where near as good as the real ones
@YUNoJump, the only thing I will say against the hobbit movies was the unnecessary romance between Kili and what’s-her-face.
@TheColossalTitan, so let me get this straight. You love the cartoons from the 70s despite them being incorrect... yet dislike the hobbit films for having additional scenes, despite them being more accurate? Sounds kind of like you have a nostalgia bias.
@Marida Cruz, Agreed. I grew up with the film so I can (mostly) overlook it’s many many flaws and accept them as bad but enjoyable interpretations. Especially because it captured the tone and atmosphere of the book so well. And while it definitely changed some scenes it mostly stayed true and definitely didn’t add anything that wasn’t already there. But the infuriating CGI shjt show that Jackson crapped out doesn’t have that luxury. And it comes across as even worse because of how excellent the LOTR films were and how hard he worked (and succeeded) with them. It just feels like he completely phoned it in. Why did it need an unnecessary love triangle? The barrel scene, the ballista? Evil Thranduil?
@TheColossalTitan, you said agreed, but it sounds like you don't agree at all.
@Marida Cruz, I agreed that I have nostalgia bias and that there is a lot wrong with the cartoon. My following point though is that I still think the cartoon is closer to Tolkien’s vision than is the Jackson trilogy.
Ant-man turns into Ash at the end of the movie, leaving Wasp alone.
@Shodai Hokage, why would you even comment that
@Ray213, cause I'm a Marvel Villain.
Like the Falmer?