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    PaulH
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    Arena Grand is showing it at the 24 fps FYI

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    PaulH said:
    Arena Grand is showing it at the 24 fps FYI

    Anywhere local showing it at 48fps?

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    Walker said:
    Anywhere local showing it at 48fps?

    NerosNeptune said:
    The official website lists the two AMC theaters (Lennox and Easton) and Marcus in Pickerington as having the high frame rate version.

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    Doh! Sorry, I must have missed that during my hobbit-induced craze. ;)

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    It’s getting kind of crazy with all the formats now.. I think there are three different 3D formats for this movie, RealD 3D, High Frame Rate 3D, and iMAX 3D, all three of which are at the AMC theaters. I am excited to try seeing it in the HFR 3D though.. some people say that it looks weird, but others say it makes the 3D a lot easier on your eyes.

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    Jman4ever said:
    PETA to protest the Hobbit over animal abuse allegations.

    No Dragons were actually hurt during the filming of this movie.

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    Saw it last night. The reviews I saw beforehand seemed pretty mixed and that it was fairly slow, especially in the beginning. I really didn’t find that to be true. There was pretty consistent action and I thought actually more than the first LOTR. There was also definitely a lot more than the book. Not sure how the second movie’s going to be pulled off, but I enjoyed this a lot. IMO, a nice return to familiar territory.

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    did you see it in the higher framerate? Was it distracting?

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    PaulH said:
    did you see it in the higher framerate? Was it distracting?

    It is just after 5pm now. If the show started at midnight last night, they probably won’t get out of the theater for another hour or two.

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    derm said:
    No Dragons were actually hurt during the filming of this movie.

    Yeah, it is the last of the 3 movies that raises dragon health concerns.

    I believe A&E also did a tie in episode of Hoarders with Smaug getting an intervention.

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    I saw this trailer and now I am waiting to see THE HOBBIT in Super3D.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dJxj1mou03M

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    I thought the Hobbit was the best of the books.

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    Just saw it in 24frs today and thought it was pretty great, did not feel like 3 hours at all, too.

    I do get annoyed at they way Jackson will stick to exact passages of the book for awhile, and then go off into Telemundo melodrama type speeches. That, and the way they manipulated the story with extra stuff just to squeeze in a third movie…

    Still… it’s pretty badass.

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    PaulH said:
    did you see it in the higher framerate? Was it distracting?

    No, I didn’t. I actually made sure I didn’t, as I have heard very mixed things about it.

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    Film Review: The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
    Published on December 16, 2012 8:50 pm
    By: Nicholas Herum

    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is the first of three prequels to the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. After spending years in development hell, losing a director due to constant delays, paving the way for a new 3D format, and then deciding to release three films instead of two the first ‘chapter’ of J.R.R. Tolkien’s long awaited novel is hitting theater screens across the world.

    READ MORE: http://www.columbusunderground.com/film-review-the-hobbit-an-unexpected-journey

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