So I got my The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug DVD in the post yesterday. Even though I’ve seen it at least 10 times (or maybe under, I haven’t counted) now on the internet, I still can’t get enough. Even though it was late and I had to get up early the next day, I had to watch it last night. Smaug is still creepy, it’s that well made. Even if I have watched the movie many times, I never memorize the dialogues. Some people who have watched it a lot of times, might know it from word to word but my memory is not that good. I watched Lord of the rings 50+ at least by now but I still don’t remember dialogues by heart. Always search for them on the internet if I want to quote something.
Even though there’s gonna be an extended version of The Hobbit, I just couldn’t wait that long. Call me crazy but I always buy both versions. I’ve done the same with Lord of the rings. Some people spend their money on useless things like cigarettes or alcohol but I buy DVD’s. At least that doesn’t smell bad unlike those other things.
“I am patient. I can wait”
That’s one of the reasons I could never be an Elf. I have no patience at all and I can’t wait. I couldn’t be a Hobbit either. First, I’m not that short and secondly, I have no courage so I won’t surprise you with it. Maybe I could be an orc but I don’t take orders from bad people. And being a wizard is out of the question. So the only thing I could be is, nobody, really.
The best thing about these DVD’s, are the extras. Very interesting facts and interviews with the cast. A shame though, that there are no commentary with the actors in the movies, like they had in Lord of the rings. Those were so amusing. But you can’t have everything.