The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

  • Director: Peter Jackson
  • Writer: Fran Walsh,Philippa Boyens,Peter Jackson
  • Countries of origin: New Zealand, United States
  • Language: English
  • Release date: December 17, 2014
  • Runtime: 2h 24min
  • Sound mix: Datasat, Dolby SR, Dolby Digital, Dolby Atmos
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: The Hobbit: There and Back Again
  • "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies " ( The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies ) is the final chapter of the " The Hobbit " series of magical adventure movies directed by Peter Jackson , adapted from the novel by John Ronald Reuel Tolkien , by Warner Bros. Pictures , New Line cinema , Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. Co-produced, starring Ian McKellen , Martin Freeman , Richard Armitage , Evangeline Lilly , Lee Pace , Luke Evans , Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch , Catherine Elise Blanchett , Orli , scheduled for December 2014 It will be released in the United States on the 17th.
    The film tells that Bilbo Baggins and his companions are forced to be involved in a war against the army. At the same time, the terrifying Smaug dragon must be prevented from seizing the kingdom's treasures and destroying the entire Middle-earth world. 

    Details

    • Release date December 17, 2014
    • Filming locations Hobbiton - 501 Buckland Road, Matamata, New Zealand
    • Production companies New Line Cinema, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), WingNut Films

    Box office

    Budget

    $250,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross US & Canada

    $255,119,788

    Opening weekend US & Canada

    $54,724,334

    Gross worldwide

    $962,182,865

    Movie reviews

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    • By Angie 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      I don't know why

      When the movie was released, it happened to be during the winter vacation, and the second part made me less interested in this, and then it was delayed for a long time and I didn't watch it. When I watched it, I was thinking, I watched this movie because I liked The Lord of the Rings, but why do I like The Lord of the Rings. I still don't know which clans and major forces there are (I only remember the elf clan, I like them since their appearance, whether it's the name or their fresh, clean,...

    • By Bret 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Four and a half stars.

      Goodbye, Middle-earth.
      Why is The Lord of the Rings so good? For me, the answer is simple: it builds a world. The existence of this world is so real that it seems to be within reach - well, Peter Jackson.
      "The Lord of the Rings" is "Journey to the West" and "Water Margin", but in the East, I always thought that not many people knew about it. Just like when you mention Sun Wukong to an American, he may also think that it is a person who knows how to use vitality. Play guy. The Lord of...

    • By Crawford 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      Finished the extended version. . .

      However, I still can't get five stars out of my conscience. I will probably give five stars when I connect LOTR for six consecutive games in the future... Well... well...

      Because before I brushed the extended version, I suddenly realized that BOFA is a six ME. The only movie in the movie that I only watched, ahem, single digits, if I hadn't gone to the cinema and read the theatrical version twice, I would be proud (...) to say that it was the only movie I only watched. The ME movie I...

    • By Dee 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      The appearance of the whole game is bursting

      Adapting the love story of Kili and the female elf from a flower in a lonely mountain is not particularly touching and special, but this height difference is very cute, the
      elf king, the elf prince, is so beautiful that the elf
      king only has a split screen for a few seconds .
      The eyes, the lips, the long hair, the figure, and the sunlight leaking through the blond hair are like gold. Fighting is a fairy! Cross it out.
      I choose to die under his robes. It's better to sleep in...

    • By Noah 2022-04-23 07:01:06

      A popular science post for Xiaobai in "The Hobbit"

      The last "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" movie was controversial, especially Lord of the Rings fans, but it didn't prevent it from being the best movie in theaters right now. So taking advantage of the film's release, let's also feel the charm of this work and explore the world of iron fans.
        
        JRR Tolkien's "The Hobbit" and "The Lord of the Rings" are one of the most feared works in the history of world literature. Among the books that have sold more than 100 million...

    User comments

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    • By Hailey 2022-09-28 14:09:41

      It seems that people want to revisit the old three. Legolas is emotionally frustrated. Dad can't stand it and let him go to the trilogy to find the emperor, but he is also destined to be...

    • By Harrison 2022-09-02 13:17:07

      I don't even like the elf prince... I like that dwarf... WHY?...

    • By Viva 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      The original book is too thin, it’s really great to be able to change it into this. The rhythm is very good. At least my attention was not distracted during the whole process. Xiao Ye’s face still has some vicissitudes that can’t be concealed. Wang omg Freeman's presence could be...

    • By Rosalee 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      2020.5.7 Alas, after watching the Hobbit series, I personally feel that it is much better than the Lord of the Rings. It's a bit sad that there will be no Middle-earth from now on.. I really want to see Gandalf Bill Beaufrodo go on an adventure again, Bud shoots Smaug to death The dwarves in the Lonely Mountain look for the Arken diamond Bilbo finds it first but doesn't give it to Thorin I didn't see what Sauron looked like. The elves came to bring supplies to Riverdale and asked Thorin for gold

    • By Nico 2022-04-24 07:01:02

      I feel that the mighty kung fu of the first two films made this one go away... There is really no plot at all, just a bunch of people fighting from the beginning to the end, and the fighting scenes are very slow. Legolas has all kinds of high-altitude hangings, Kili is just showing off his face, Pepe not only sells his face, but also takes into account the education that sublimates the theme of the whole film. Little Freedom seems to be not in the same movie with others from beginning to end....

    Behind the scenes gags

    In the film, the elf king Thranduil's mount is an elk, in fact it is played by a horse named Moose.
    Many actors left the props in the film as a souvenir. Martin Freeman took Bilbo's saber and false ears, Richard Armitage took the original beast-bite sword, and Lee Pace took his elven sword home.
    Although Cate Blanchett has a role in the trilogy, she has only 8 days of shooting on the....
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    Positive reviews

    The ending of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" is warm, friendly and mixed with compassion, which makes the audience very useful. It strives to amplify the highlights of the trilogy and minimize the shortcomings of the series. ( "Hollywood Reporter" review
    Peter Jackson created an appropriate ending to the trilogy, a farewell to a victory in Middle-earth. "The Hobbit" after the end is worthy of the status of the...
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    Negative comment

    Like Agatha Christie’s detective novels, "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies" has not made any progress from an aesthetic point of view—especially corresponding to the technical level. "The Hobbit" set the tone of the film from the very beginning, and every film did not deviate from the intended effect. ( "Guardian" review
    The problem with the film is that Peter Jackson failed to bring much meaning to it: Although the fate of...
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    Chinese Media

    In the last part of the series "The Hobbit", Peter Jackson used a lot of space to show the last war. Judging from the scene, this can be regarded as the final chapter of a series of movies. All ethnic groups have gathered in Gushan, and this dark and dark battle is also unfolding fiercely among different ethnic groups. The dragon Smaug in "The Hobbit: The Battle of Smaug" also completed the final mission in "The Hobbit: The Battle of...
    more about The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies Chinese Media

    Movie quotes

    • Thorin Oakenshield: [calling down the hall, from the armory to Bilbo] Master Baggins, come here.

      [Bilbo tentatively wanders over]

      Thorin Oakenshield: You're going to need this.

      [Thorin holds up the mithril shirt - the same one Bilbo gave Frodo in Fellowship of the Ring]

      Thorin Oakenshield: Put it on.

      [Bilbo takes it and slips it on over his shirt]

      Thorin Oakenshield: This vest is made of silver steel. Mithril, it was called by my forebears. No blade can pierce it.

      Bilbo Baggins: [laughing slightly at how he looks] I look absurd! I'm not a warrior, I'm a Hobbit.

      Thorin Oakenshield: It is a gift. A token of our friendship.

      [Bilbo offers a small smile. Thorin glances at the Dwarves in the armory, lowering his voice]

      Thorin Oakenshield: True friends are hard to come by.

      [Shoves BIlbo, none too kindly, further down the tunnel, out of earshot]

      Thorin Oakenshield: I have been blind... but now I begin to see. I am betrayed!

      Bilbo Baggins: [nervously] Betrayed?

      Thorin Oakenshield: The Arkenstone.

      [leans closer to Bilbo, lowering his voice even more]

      Thorin Oakenshield: One of them has taken it.

      [Both Bilbo and Thorin glance back towards the armory]

      Thorin Oakenshield: One of them is false.

      Bilbo Baggins: [carefully] Thorin... the quest is fulfilled. You've won the mountain. Is that not enough?

      Thorin Oakenshield: Betrayed by my own kin...

      Bilbo Baggins: N-no, uh. You made a promise to the people of Laketown. I-is this treasure truly worth more than your honor? Our honor, Thorin, I was also there. I gave my word.

      Thorin Oakenshield: [Thorin smiles] For that, I am grateful. It was nobly done.

      [smile fades]

      Thorin Oakenshield: But the treasure in this mountain does not belong to the people of Laketown.

      [sounding more and more like Smaug]

      Thorin Oakenshield: This gold is ours. And ours alone. On my life, I will not part with a single coin. Not one piece of it.

      Bilbo Baggins: [Bilbo stares across at him in despair and maybe a little fear as the Dwarves march by, fully armed]

    • [Bilbo, sitting alone, reaches into his pocket]

      Thorin Oakenshield: What is that in your hand?

      Bilbo Baggins: [startled] It-it's nothing.

      Thorin Oakenshield: Show me!

      [Bilbo opens his hand, revealing an acorn]

      Bilbo Baggins: I picked it up in Beorn's garden.

      Thorin Oakenshield: You've carried it all this way?

      Bilbo Baggins: I'm going to plant it in my garden, in Bag End.

      Thorin Oakenshield: It's a poor prize to take back to the Shire.

      Bilbo Baggins: One day it'll grow. And every time I look at it, I'll remember. Remember everything that happened: the good, the bad... and how lucky I am that I made it home.

    • Necromancer: [Black Speech] Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,

      Galadriel: Nine for mortal men doomed to die.