Time to Say Good Bye - The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
Exactly a year after the previous film, the third part of the trilogy was released, the film adaptation of the great John Tolkien book - "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies".
This film is the culmination of the story. It's like one big battle that happens in one place, but the actors are constantly changing. And it is very cool. The battle itself is a real mass slaughter, with the strategy and the manipulation of the army. If in "The Lord of the Rings" that did not pay much attention to the battle, here on the contrary - it is shown very well and in detail.
The film tragically starts from the continuation of the fight with the fire-breathing dragon Smaug, a kind of the entry which gives the possibility to remember who's who and what's happening on the screen. But after some time, the action takes us to scenery where the heroes have to defend the Lonely Mountain from the four armies, who have their own plans for this place. Above all, they should not forget about the evil orc Sauron, which they must finally kill.
Separately it is worth mentioning the acting of marvelous Martin Freeman. The Hobbit amuses with jokes and acts great.
The result is the perfect completion of the spin-off, where everything is done according to the plan. Of course, the book is always better, but director Peter Jackson coped with the task hundred percent.