ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on March 4th: Aragorn faces the enemy as the new day dawn (1419) The charge of the Riders (1419) Gandalf returns (1419) Théoden and Gandalf set out from Helm’s Deep for Isengard (1419) Frodo reaches the slag-mounds on the edge of the Desolation of the Morannon (1419) Merry…

Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. So come and join us by…

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on February 26th: Death of Boromir; his horn is heard in Minas Tirith. (3019) Meriadoc and Peregrin captured. (3019) Frodo and Samwise enter the eastern Emyn Muil. (3019) Aragorn sets out in pursuit of the Orcs at evening. (3019) Éomer hears of the descent of the Orc-band from…

ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on March 4th: Aragorn faces the enemy as the new day dawn (1419) The charge of the Riders (1419) Gandalf returns (1419) Théoden and Gandalf set out from Helm’s Deep for Isengard (1419) Frodo reaches the slag-mounds on the edge of the Desolation of the Morannon (1419) Merry…

Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. So come and join us by…

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on February 26th: Death of Boromir; his horn is heard in Minas Tirith. (3019) Meriadoc and Peregrin captured. (3019) Frodo and Samwise enter the eastern Emyn Muil. (3019) Aragorn sets out in pursuit of the Orcs at evening. (3019) Éomer hears of the descent of the Orc-band from…

Let me start by saying that I enjoy many aspects of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy. Overall, however, I felt that the story was spoiled by an interminable running time, unengaging plot tangents and constant narrative filibustering. What especially saddened me was how Bilbo (the supposed protagonist of the story) was rendered absent for large portions of the final two films. Back in 2012, I had high hopes of adding The Hobbit to my annual Lord of the Rings marathon, but in its current bloated format, I simply cannot see that happening.

So, over the weekend, I decided to condense all three installments ( An Unexpected Journey , The Desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies ) into a single 4-hour feature that more closely resembled Tolkien’s original novel. Well, okay, it’s closer to 4.5 hours, but those are some long-ass credits! This new version was achieved through a series of major and minor cuts, detailed below:

I used 720×576 MP4s for the recut. The resolution is slightly reduced after a few exports, but it’s still comparable to DVD quality. Here are some time-stamped screenshots, if anyone wants a better impression:

The final film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy adaptation of The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, now titled “The Hobbit: There and Back Again,” will be released worldwide on July 18, 2014.

The title of the second installment in the franchise will be “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” and the film will be released on December 13, 2013. The first film in the trilogy, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” opens this holiday season, on December 14, 2012. Shot in 3D 48 frames-per-second, the trilogy of films will be released in High Frame Rate (HFR) 3D, other 3D formats, IMAX and 2D.

From Academy Award®-winning director Peter Jackson, the trilogy of films is set in Middle-earth 60 years before “The Lord of the Rings,” which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in the blockbuster trilogy that culminated with the Oscar®-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”

The Hobbit, or There and Back Again is a children's fantasy novel by English author J. R. R. Tolkien. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim ...

22.09.2014  · The Hobbit: or There and Back Again [J.R.R. Tolkien] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. J.R.R. Tolkien's classic prelude ...

The Official Blog of The Hobbit movies directed by Peter Jackson, including THE HOBBIT : AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, THE HOBBIT : THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, THE HOBBIT : THE ...

ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on March 4th: Aragorn faces the enemy as the new day dawn (1419) The charge of the Riders (1419) Gandalf returns (1419) Théoden and Gandalf set out from Helm’s Deep for Isengard (1419) Frodo reaches the slag-mounds on the edge of the Desolation of the Morannon (1419) Merry…

Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. So come and join us by…

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on February 26th: Death of Boromir; his horn is heard in Minas Tirith. (3019) Meriadoc and Peregrin captured. (3019) Frodo and Samwise enter the eastern Emyn Muil. (3019) Aragorn sets out in pursuit of the Orcs at evening. (3019) Éomer hears of the descent of the Orc-band from…

Let me start by saying that I enjoy many aspects of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy. Overall, however, I felt that the story was spoiled by an interminable running time, unengaging plot tangents and constant narrative filibustering. What especially saddened me was how Bilbo (the supposed protagonist of the story) was rendered absent for large portions of the final two films. Back in 2012, I had high hopes of adding The Hobbit to my annual Lord of the Rings marathon, but in its current bloated format, I simply cannot see that happening.

So, over the weekend, I decided to condense all three installments ( An Unexpected Journey , The Desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies ) into a single 4-hour feature that more closely resembled Tolkien’s original novel. Well, okay, it’s closer to 4.5 hours, but those are some long-ass credits! This new version was achieved through a series of major and minor cuts, detailed below:

I used 720×576 MP4s for the recut. The resolution is slightly reduced after a few exports, but it’s still comparable to DVD quality. Here are some time-stamped screenshots, if anyone wants a better impression:

The final film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy adaptation of The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, now titled “The Hobbit: There and Back Again,” will be released worldwide on July 18, 2014.

The title of the second installment in the franchise will be “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” and the film will be released on December 13, 2013. The first film in the trilogy, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” opens this holiday season, on December 14, 2012. Shot in 3D 48 frames-per-second, the trilogy of films will be released in High Frame Rate (HFR) 3D, other 3D formats, IMAX and 2D.

From Academy Award®-winning director Peter Jackson, the trilogy of films is set in Middle-earth 60 years before “The Lord of the Rings,” which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in the blockbuster trilogy that culminated with the Oscar®-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”

The Hobbit, or There and Back Again is a children's fantasy novel by English author J. R. R. Tolkien. It was published on 21 September 1937 to wide critical acclaim ...

22.09.2014  · The Hobbit: or There and Back Again [J.R.R. Tolkien] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. J.R.R. Tolkien's classic prelude ...

The Official Blog of The Hobbit movies directed by Peter Jackson, including THE HOBBIT : AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY, THE HOBBIT : THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG, THE HOBBIT : THE ...

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ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on March 4th: Aragorn faces the enemy as the new day dawn (1419) The charge of the Riders (1419) Gandalf returns (1419) Théoden and Gandalf set out from Helm’s Deep for Isengard (1419) Frodo reaches the slag-mounds on the edge of the Desolation of the Morannon (1419) Merry…

Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. So come and join us by…

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on February 26th: Death of Boromir; his horn is heard in Minas Tirith. (3019) Meriadoc and Peregrin captured. (3019) Frodo and Samwise enter the eastern Emyn Muil. (3019) Aragorn sets out in pursuit of the Orcs at evening. (3019) Éomer hears of the descent of the Orc-band from…

Let me start by saying that I enjoy many aspects of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy. Overall, however, I felt that the story was spoiled by an interminable running time, unengaging plot tangents and constant narrative filibustering. What especially saddened me was how Bilbo (the supposed protagonist of the story) was rendered absent for large portions of the final two films. Back in 2012, I had high hopes of adding The Hobbit to my annual Lord of the Rings marathon, but in its current bloated format, I simply cannot see that happening.

So, over the weekend, I decided to condense all three installments ( An Unexpected Journey , The Desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies ) into a single 4-hour feature that more closely resembled Tolkien’s original novel. Well, okay, it’s closer to 4.5 hours, but those are some long-ass credits! This new version was achieved through a series of major and minor cuts, detailed below:

I used 720×576 MP4s for the recut. The resolution is slightly reduced after a few exports, but it’s still comparable to DVD quality. Here are some time-stamped screenshots, if anyone wants a better impression:

ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

ACT I Begins in the wine cellar. You are handed the evening’s menu and a flute of Hobbit Champagne. Hot and cold hors d’oeuvres are placed throughout the cellar for you to enjoy while selecting your wine for dinner.

ACT II Our guests are invited upstairs to their own table . Act II includes a shellfish or fish course, followed by a fowl or light meat and then a salad course. You are then invited to enjoy “intermission” – take a walk, relax on the patios or visit the kitchen to speak with the chefs.

ACT III Return to the table.  A flavorful sorbet is next as a palate-cleanser. The main entrée is served complete with accompanying vegetables. Dessert arrives next, always available with an after dinner list of coffee drinks, liqueurs and fine cognacs.

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on March 4th: Aragorn faces the enemy as the new day dawn (1419) The charge of the Riders (1419) Gandalf returns (1419) Théoden and Gandalf set out from Helm’s Deep for Isengard (1419) Frodo reaches the slag-mounds on the edge of the Desolation of the Morannon (1419) Merry…

Welcome to The Great Hall of Poets, our regular monthly feature showcasing the talent of Middle-earth fans. Each month we will feature a small selection of the poems submitted, but we hope you will read all of the poems that we have received here in our Great Hall of Poets. So come and join us by…

The following event(s) took place in Middle-earth on February 26th: Death of Boromir; his horn is heard in Minas Tirith. (3019) Meriadoc and Peregrin captured. (3019) Frodo and Samwise enter the eastern Emyn Muil. (3019) Aragorn sets out in pursuit of the Orcs at evening. (3019) Éomer hears of the descent of the Orc-band from…

Let me start by saying that I enjoy many aspects of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy. Overall, however, I felt that the story was spoiled by an interminable running time, unengaging plot tangents and constant narrative filibustering. What especially saddened me was how Bilbo (the supposed protagonist of the story) was rendered absent for large portions of the final two films. Back in 2012, I had high hopes of adding The Hobbit to my annual Lord of the Rings marathon, but in its current bloated format, I simply cannot see that happening.

So, over the weekend, I decided to condense all three installments ( An Unexpected Journey , The Desolation of Smaug and The Battle of the Five Armies ) into a single 4-hour feature that more closely resembled Tolkien’s original novel. Well, okay, it’s closer to 4.5 hours, but those are some long-ass credits! This new version was achieved through a series of major and minor cuts, detailed below:

I used 720×576 MP4s for the recut. The resolution is slightly reduced after a few exports, but it’s still comparable to DVD quality. Here are some time-stamped screenshots, if anyone wants a better impression:

The final film in Peter Jackson’s trilogy adaptation of The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien, now titled “The Hobbit: There and Back Again,” will be released worldwide on July 18, 2014.

The title of the second installment in the franchise will be “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug,” and the film will be released on December 13, 2013. The first film in the trilogy, “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,” opens this holiday season, on December 14, 2012. Shot in 3D 48 frames-per-second, the trilogy of films will be released in High Frame Rate (HFR) 3D, other 3D formats, IMAX and 2D.

From Academy Award®-winning director Peter Jackson, the trilogy of films is set in Middle-earth 60 years before “The Lord of the Rings,” which Jackson and his filmmaking team brought to the big screen in the blockbuster trilogy that culminated with the Oscar®-winning “The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.”

The Hobbit: Or, There and Back Again: J.R.R. Tolkien.


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