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The One Ring Forums: Tolkien Topics: Movie Discussion: The Hobbit: Harm? *snorts* No... not at all: Edit Log


Feb 1 2013, 6:52pm

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Harm? *snorts* No... not at all

There have been many franchises that held great promise but were utterly ruined in the execution of the film or TV series. This series of films will hold up as popular.

The greater good? Yes. Here's just some of it:

They have broken many milestones; advanced film and computer technologies; employed hundreds of craftspeople and artists; helped popularize some great writing; inspired other people to take a chance on the genre; won awards; broadened the fanbase; created whole industries with trickle-down products and even more cottage industries; promoted tourism to New Zealand; inspired stage and musical symphonies; and probably started the careers of a new generation of production crew under Jackson that will in turn make their own mark on things.

It touoches people's lives everywhere

Yes, these films have completely contributed to the greater good.

(This post was edited by Rostron2 on Feb 1 2013, 6:52pm)

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Post edited by Rostron2 (Gondor) on Feb 1 2013, 6:52pm

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