Administrators Andrew Reid Posted December 15, 2012 Administrators Share Posted December 15, 2012 Above: Peter Jackson in the camera department of "The Hobbit" Peter Jackson chose to take a controversial step away from the cinema look and shoot The Hobbit at 48p HFR. I've now seen it in glorious 48 frames per second and that isn't the biggest problem. Jackson is shooting The Hobbit like an epic but the material this time is not of epic proportions, and theÂ action sequences are typical popcorn schlock. The Lord Of The Rings was an allegory tale with the horrors of Word War II echoing throughout, an epic heartfelt piece of art with gravitas (and a huge leap in CGI technology at the time the film was shot).Â The Hobbit is simply 6 chapters of a thin children's book stretched to 3 hours. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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