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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D (4 Discs) (Blu-ray)

Released on 08 April 2013

Featuring: Martin Freeman, Cate Blanchett & Andy Serkis

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: 12 years & over

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Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit, journeys to the Lonely Mountain accompanied by a group of dwarves to reclaim a treasure taken from them by the dragon Smaug.
  • *Artwork subject to change

    Please note: this title requires a 3D TV, 3D glasses and a 3D-ready Blu-ray player or a PlayStation 3 with the latest firmware update. Please check your equipment for compatibility.

  • UltraViolet Expiry Date: 08/04/2015
  • "Video Blog #1: Start of Production"
  • "Video Blog #2: Location Scouting"
  • "Video Blog #3: Shooting Block One"
  • "Video Blog #4: Filming in 3D"
  • "Video Blog #5: Locations Part 1"
  • "Video Blog #6: Locations Part 2"
  • "Video Blog #7: Stone St. Studios Tour"
  • "Video Blog #8: "Wrap of Principal Photography"
  • "Video Blog #9: "Post-production Overview"
  • "Video Blog #10: "Wellington World Premiere"
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 1
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 3 - Dwarves
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 3 - Letter Opener
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 3 - Bilbo Contract
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 3 - Gandalf Wagers
  • Theatrical Trailers - Trailer 3 - Gollum Paths
  • New Zealand: Home of Middle Earth

customer Reviews

 Average rating (6 reviews)

 Step aside Frodo!

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Firstly this feature is split over two discs. I dont find this a problem at all, its a good time to goto the toilet or get another cold one out of the fridge, but some people may not like this...
I found the film to be a little slow to start with but its introducing you to alot of new charaters plus it follows the book very well and it certainly picks up. The story is very enjoyable and full of excitment, emotion and laughs. Its a true classic and equally as good as the 1st in the LOTR's series. There are some really nice bits in 3D aswell. Its probably not the best 3D feature Ive seen but its certainly up there with the best.
The introduction of the dwarves is Brilliant and they do not disappoint, from the charaters to the graphics in the battle scenes. Again the acting and the choices for the charaters is top draw. I think I might just end up enjoying this series even more than the LOTR's. I found Frodos charater to become abit annoying towards the end, I dont think ill have the same issues with Bilbo especially in the company of the Dwarves. (might be on my own there, but hey so what) The Dragon, when he makes an appereance is certainly the most impressive adoptation Ive ever seen in a film, and extra special in 3D. Once again, what a wonderfull fantasy adventure! Top marks and fun for all the family.


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Do not believe the comment that said not as good as the others because it is this is the start of it so things may seam a little slow for a start but it gets better as it goes along and the second part is going to be amazing the 3D is amazing better then some 3d films that are out there at least it is 3d its all 3d. with this blue ray copy you get a great deal with it you get the normal 2d blue ray copy plus the 3d copy plus a extra bonus dvd and to top it of a ULTRAVIOLET copy which you get a form with a code on so you can watch it anywhere you like and as much as you like and get to share it with 5 friends to so they can watch it to on there lap tops or computer or consoles just amazing deal.

 Not as good as LOTR but enjoyable Fantasy

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The Hobbit may not be up to the standards of Fellowship or Two Towers but this film is a grand, fun, fantasy film. Fans of the novel will be pleased by this loyal adaptation. There are a few too many characters and the first half takes a bit of time to get going. Still this is very well acted, brilliantly executed and thunderously entertaining.


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Possibly the worst 3D out there ......not worth the money....poor film all round.....keep your money

 Great film

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First off I will say I've not watched it all the way through in 3D I've just looked at certain scenes and the ones I did was good, it's a native shot 3D film so it's all real and not converted which is good. The 3D employed here is the walk into the world style ie it opens the world up beyond and into the screen rather then out and the in your face style. In the bits I watched it worked a treat, bilbo's house felt like I could walk into it, forests felt dense and thick, cities and castles felt vast in size and scale. In both 3D and 2D the image is incredibly natural looking from start to finish not once does it fall short. The DTS:MA is also a treat not as booming or big as LOTR's but still it's very good. I highly recommend this film to anyone whether your a LOTR'S fan, a movie fan or a 3D fan cos it ticks the boxes in all those areas

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ActorsMartin Freeman, Cate Blanchett, Andy Serkis, Elijah Wood, Orlando Bloom & Richard Armitage
DirectorPeter Jackson
Certificate12 years and over
LanguagesEnglish - DTS-HD Master Audio (7.1)
Additional LanguagesCastilian Spanish ; Catalan ; French ; Italian ; Mandarin
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Italian for the hearing impaired ; English ; Arabic ; Bulgarian ; Castilian Spanish ; Dutch ; French ; Hebrew ; Hungarian ; Italian ; Romanian ; Simple Chinese
Closed CaptionsYes
Duration2 hours and 49 minutes (approx)