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The shrews have been chased away, and the Mathom archives in Songburrow are open once more. Hooray!
It is that time of the year again. The nights are longer, the weather is cooler, and the mayor gets that urge to start fiddling with our clocks. The end of Daylight Savings Time is near, and as usual, this wreaks havoc on event planning in LOTRO.
Over-long, bloated and not a particularly good version of the book it was based on, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey was still a rather entertaining movie. How does the second part of the trilogy stack up? Here is my review.
Once again, the LOTRO community puts in a lot of effort to help children. Read more about it, and see how yer can donate and help out yerself!
Updated with 2019 dates! The Daylight Saving Time switch is near, and nobody knows just what the time is in LOTRO anymore!
I have seen An Unexpected Journey two times. The positives and negatives have been described. How does it all stack up in the end? Have a look below at me spoiler-free review of the movie!
So here is part two of me review of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. This time, I’ll be moaning and griping about all them things that are wrong with the movie! Some of this will be me picking nits, while other flaws are more fundamental.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is on wide release! Here’s me own review of it, shamelessly split it into three posts, because there’s just too much material ter do it justice in just one *nods sagely*. This first post is about them good and grand things in the movie!
Both Casual Stroll to Mordor and Turbine are currently raising funds to help children. See how yer can help them out!