So just after telling you guys about why I can’t go see the Battle of the Five Armies in theaters yet, I decided to correct it and borrow The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey from a friend of mine.
Third Star is one of the most fun and heartbreaking films to ever be made. It is filled with friendship, adventure, beautiful scenery, pain, and many many tears. It stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Tom Burke, JJ Feild, and Adam Robertson as four best friends who decide to go on one last adventure. It is their last because, as we find out in the first few lines of the movie, James (Benedict Cumberbatch) is celebrating his last birthday.
BBC’s Sherlock has been away for some time now. 2 years, in fact. That is quite a bit of time considering that they left us with the unexplained fact that Sherlock faked his death and left nearly everyone to mourn his passing in order to disassemble Jim Moriarty’s criminal network. Of course, the end of Series 2 was not even nearly that descriptive. We were just left with seeing Sherlock watching over John in the graveyard….for 2 years. Mix that with the internet, and all the fans’ feels, ships, and GIF making, and we’ve got a recipe for the general breakdown of sanity itself.Read More »
With the onset of Fall comes a great many things I love. Warm sweaters, the changing leaves, pumpkin spice flavored everything, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and oh yeah, Fall Programming! This Fall will mark the quiet murder of any free time I had between classes. There are so many things coming up!
I just have to start out by saying that I am a huge Tolkien fan and I am looking at this movie from a literary perspective without being too mean to my other favorite person (Peter Jackson).
In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. For some of the less nerdy people out there they would automatically think that this was from The Lord of the Rings, but they are sadly mistaken. This sentence comes from one of J.R.R. Tolkien’s most notable pieces of children’s literature, The Hobbit.