I’m a big fan of “The Hobbit” series and one of the highlights of my summer is seeing “The Battle of the Five Armies.”
This film has been one of my favorite parts of my childhood.
This was the film that introduced me to the idea of hobbits as powerful, magical beings who can defend themselves, defeat enemies, and even save the world.
It is a film that has influenced me and my entire life, and I have a love for this movie.
However, “The Death of Gollum” and “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy are my two favorite movies of all time.
If you haven’t seen these movies, you owe it to yourself to get to them.
They are both epic films that have changed the way we see movies.
I can tell you right now that I don’t think you can watch a movie and be a lifelong fan of it.
It takes a certain level of maturity to watch a film and say “that was great!” and then go out and do something else.
That’s why it’s important for fans to get involved in the movies they enjoy.
This post originally appeared on Entertainment Weekly.