Movie review: The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies

Hello there, good day!
Have any of you managed to watch The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies yet? I did, twice. Yeah, that's right twice, and both at the cinema, 3D HFR format. And I would go once again and again and again! I am not a massive fan of this sort of movies, but The Hobbit was exception. And the quality of the film was just WOW! Movie is made in 2D, 3D, IMAX 3D and 3D HFR formats. So I chose to go for the most unusual  HFR, which I've never heard before. So what is HFR?
 HFR 3D represents a technological advancement in the motion picture experience. This innovative format presents the picture in 48 frames per second (fps), which is closer to what the human eye actually sees. This is twice the rate of the standard 24 fps, which is the current format in cinemas worldwide.
So what I think about the quality? I cannot put in words how realistic everything looks! It's like everything happens around you and you are just sitting in this action scene and watching it all happen. Specially when it gets to actual human in the film, the quality is amazing, looks very realistic. I have to say that your eyes gets tired from time to time, as it's so much to 'process' you need give a second of break.
The story line of the movie was great, it touches friendship, loyalty, honesty and love. It takes you in from the second the movie starts and those 160 minutes just flies by. Costumes and make up were amazing! My favorite was Elves king Thranduil on his deer, very impressive! I don't want to tell too much of the story, just in case you are planning to watch it yourselves. I would highly recommend watch it at the cinema as it's one of those films you must see.





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  1. Aš jau kuris laikas planuoju pažiūrėti :) Tikiu, kas įdoms labai, bet apie HFR dar neteko girdėti :)

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    1. Tikrai labai rekomenduoju paziureti :) Ir jei yra galimybe butinai 3D HFR formatu :) Kazkas neitiketino :)

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