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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (2012)

"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is a fantasy adventure film directed by Peter Jackson, released in 2012. The movie serves as the first installment in a trilogy that adapts J.R.R. Tolkien's beloved literary masterpiece, "The Hobbit." With stunning visuals, an incredible cast, and a memorable soundtrack, this film immerses viewers in the magical world of Middle-earth.

The story revolves around Bilbo Baggins, a peaceful and content hobbit who is thrust into an unexpected adventure when the wizard Gandalf the Grey recruits him to join a company of thirteen dwarves on a quest to reclaim their homeland. Led by the noble dwarf prince Thorin Oakenshield, the group must journey through treacherous lands, encounter dangerous creatures, and confront a powerful dragon named Smaug.

The cast of "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is a star-studded ensemble, featuring talented actors who bring the beloved characters to life. Martin Freeman delivers a memorable performance as the reluctant hero, Bilbo Baggins, capturing both his endearing charm and growing courage. Ian McKellen mesmerizes viewers as the wise and enigmatic wizard, Gandalf the Grey, with his commanding presence.

Richard Armitage portrays the determined dwarf Thorin Oakenshield, infusing the character with intense determination and a sense of duty. The company of dwarves includes fantastic performances by Aidan Turner as the brave Kili, Graham McTavish as the imposing Dwalin, and Ken Stott as the wise Balin, among others.

"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" also reintroduces several iconic characters from "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy. Andy Serkis delivers a remarkable performance as the twisted and enigmatic creature Gollum, whose iconic "riddle game" with Bilbo is a highlight of the film. Hugo Weaving returns as the noble elf lord Elrond, while Cate Blanchett graces the screen as the wise elf queen, Galadriel.

One of the standout aspects of this film is its epic score, composed by Howard Shore. Shore skillfully captures the spirit of Tolkien's world, enhancing the film's emotional depth and immersing viewers in the grandeur of Middle-earth. The soundtrack combines haunting melodies, powerful orchestration, and some familiar themes from "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, further connecting the two cinematic franchises.

Overall, "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" is a visual spectacle that transports viewers to a world of adventure, danger, and friendship. It sets the stage for the epic journey that lies ahead and leaves viewers eager for the next installment.

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A box without hinges, key or lid
A burglar Hobbit?
A conjurer dabbling in black magic.
A dagger from a bygone age has been found.
A dark and powerful magic.
A darkness has fallen over it.
A dragon attacks Erebor.
A famous blade...
A farmer and his family used to live here.
A life of peace and plenty.
A life that is worth more than all the gold in Erebor.
A Morgul Blade.
A pale Orc, astride a white Warg.
A powerful spell lies upon those tombs.
A relic of Mordor.
A sickness had begun to grow within him.
A sickness lies over the Greenwood.
A single Orc pack...
A sorcerer who can summon the dead.
A young Dwarf prince...
A young Hobbit who would have liked nothing better...
Actually it wasn't that hard.
After all, what are we?
After the dragon took the Lonely Mountain...
Ah ah ah.
Ah, Frodo. Erebor.
Ah! Help us!
Ah. Good gracious. Is it today?
Ah. Lindir.
Ah. There's more where that came from.
Airborne fire breather.
All bare of meat
All eyes on the hidden door
All eyes on the hidden door
All of them at once, I suppose.
All of you! Come on, climb! Bilbo, climb!
All skin and bone, he was. I'm still picking bits of him out of me teeth.
All would pay homage to him.
Always you must meddle...
Am I late?
Am I what?
An adventure?
An easy thing to miss.
An old enemy of yours.
And a human sorcerer who calls himself The Necromancer...
And a wonderful game it is too, if you've got the balls for it.
And all who find us will know the tune
And Bombur. That makes 13.
And buried with him.
And can you not do that? You'll blunt them.
And caverns old
And dreams of gold
And Gandalf means...
And he's got a great deal more to offer than any of you know.
And I hope you never have to.
And if I win...
And if it loses? What then?
And if you do...
And in the darkness a torch we hold
And into the fire. Run.
And it still smells of Troll.
And make the day
And my armchair and my garden.
And no small degree of charm.
And not 13 of the best...
And nothing unexpected...
And our enemy...
And out.
And respect.
And so I thought too.
And that is not good at all. Shouldn't we tell Thorin?
And that means good food, a warm hearth...
And that's why I came back. Because...
And the pale Orc?
And they say...
And this is Glamdring...
And thus, the battle was won.
And what did you think?
And where else should I be?
And where sickness thrives...
And while I can honestly say I have told you the truth...
And who is the fifth?
And yet, never grows
And you ask me to seek out the very people who betrayed my grandfather.
And you forget, we have a Wizard in our company.
And you're not a king...
And you're right, I often think of Bag end.
And, while the dragon is accustomed to the smell of Dwarf...
Apology accepted.
Are there any more of you little fellas hiding where you shouldn't?
Are they, indeed? Over my dead body.
Are we? Are we at peace?
As our official burglar, we thought you might like to look into it.
As you know, this sort of artifact sometimes contains hidden text.
At least, nothing good.
Aye, Oin has read the portents...
Aye, the Wild is no place for gentle folk who can neither fight nor fend for themselves.
Aye. He'll melt the flesh off your bones in the blink of an eye.
Azog the Defiler learned that day...
Azog the Defiler.
Back to Rivendell.
Back. Stay back.
Bagginses is stuck.
Balin, at your service.
Balin, sound the alarm.
BALIN: Don't mind him, laddie.
BALIN: Is this really necessary?
BALIN: Shove this in the hallway. Otherwise we'll never get everyone in.
BALIN: What is it?
BALIN: Wider, not shorter.
BALIN: You forget, the Front Gate is sealed.
Be a good lad and put that on the gate.
Be careful what you touch.
Bebother and confusticate these Dwarves!
Beg your pardon?
BERT: Just needs a sprinkle of squirrel dung.
BERT: Mutton yesterday, mutton today...
BERT: Shut up.
BERT: What is it?
BERT: Yes? Come on. Tell us the secret. It's, uh...
Bert. Bert! Look what's come out of me hooter.
Better than nothing.
Better than old bones, precious.
Bifur. Bofur. That's 10.
Bilbo Baggins, allow me to introduce the leader of our company:
Bilbo Baggins, at yours.
Bilbo Baggins.
Bilbo is here. He's quite safe.
Bilbo, my dear fellow, let us have a little more light.
BILBO: Everyone? How many more are there?
BILBO: Okay.
BILBO: Other Wizards. GANDALF: There are five of us.
BILBO: So...
BILBO: Twice like a barn owl. No, twice like a brown... Once like a...
BILBO: You're going on a quest?
Bilbo. We'd given you up.
Birds, beasts, trees, flowers
Bless us and splash us, precious.
Bofur, Gloin, Nori.
Bofur, take the first watch.
BOFUR: Ale on the count of three!
BOFUR: All right, come on. Quick.
BOFUR: Come on!
BOFUR: Hang on! GLOIN: Hold on, brothers!
BOFUR: Hey. Come on.
BOFUR: I knew you had it in you!
BOFUR: Ooh. Do you hear that, lads?
BOFUR: Set it down. GLOIN: That's good.
BOFUR: Well, that could have been worse.
Bombur, catch!
BOMBUR: Go, go, go!
BOMBUR: Traitor! What do you know about cooking Dwarf?
BOMBUR: Untie me, mister. GLOIN: Eat someone your own size.
Box. The lid and a key.
Bring up the bonebreaker.
Bring up the mangler.
But always he remembered...
But every day it grows in strength.
But home is now behind you.
But I do like to know them before they come visiting.
But if he should side with the enemy...
But if we are careful and clever, I believe that it can be done.
But if you do, remember this:
But it's full of holes.
But our enemy had got there first.
But that is not what I have found.
But the old fortress is abandoned.
But the thing is, I'm not entirely sure you're in the right house.
But the years of peace and plenty were not to last.
But there was no feast...
But we... We only have nine.
But worse are the webs.
By my beard...
By Thrain. For safekeeping.
Call out the guard. Do it now!
Can I help you?
Can we cook him?
Can we eat him too?
Can you read them?
Careful with these. I just had them sharpened.
Caves in the mountain are seldom unoccupied.
Chip the glasses and crack the plates
Cold as death Without no breath
Come and get me! Ha, ha!
Come on, Bombur, we're hungry.
Come on, let's go.
Come on! Here! On your feet.
Come on.
Come on. Get him.
Come, then. I won the game. You promised to show me the way out.
Curse it and crush it! We hates it forever!
Curse us and splash us!
Cut off his head!
Cut the cloth, tread on the fat
Cut the ropes!
Dawn ain't far away. Let's get a move on.
Deep within the rock they buried him...
Defeat and death...
Did I not say that you would be a burden?
Did we say so?
Did you know that your great great great great uncle Bullroarer Took...
Do not be afraid, Mithrandir.
Do not speak to me of Radagast the Brown.