From the publisher: The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, Lord of The Rings: The Return of the King, The Hobbit and the Lord of of the Ring are the most popular film franchises in the world, and in many ways, they’re still the most influential in our lives today.
But in many respects, the films’ enduring appeal isn’t in their stories, but in the way they tell us about our world and our place in it.
A look at the movies that make up the Hobbit trilogy reveals the stories that are so powerful, and the impact they’ve had on our culture, our lives and our culture in general.
This series explores the films that made up The Hobbit Trilogy and their enduring influence on modern-day culture, as well as the impact the films have had on the way we live our lives.
So what is the Hobbit?
The Hobbit is a trilogy of fantasy novels set in Middle-earth, in which Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) finds himself in the company of a magical Hobbit named Sam Gamgee (Finn Jones), a young dwarf, and their two magical sons, Frodo and Sam.
The Hobbit is set during the First Age of Middle-Earth (from about the time of Tolkien’s writing).
In the books, Bilbo finds himself alone with Sam, Frozone, the elf-king Gimli (Ian McKellen) and Frodo, in an enchanted cave.
The three are accompanied by Gandalf (Peter Jackson), the wise old wizard, who tells them that the land of Erebor is under attack by the dwarves, the hobbits and the brown-skinned orcs.
In order to save their people, Bilbob, Sam and Frozone must go on a quest to rescue the Dwarves and save Erebar.
The book ends with a scene that will become the film’s most famous scene, when Bilbo and Sam defeat the evil Gandalf, who is about to attack the land.
The Hobbit trilogy is a complex saga, a tale of courage, hope and faith.
It’s about the quest for a better life and the sacrifice of those closest to you.
Bilbo is an underdog.
He has no friends and is alone with a very special, very dangerous creature: a giant.
Sam is a princess.
Frozone is a wise, beautiful and kind man.
Gandalf is a powerful wizard.
Frodo is a brave, kind and wise old man.
Sam and Gandalf are the two most famous characters in the trilogy, and they all have the same goal in mind: to save the kingdom of Eorl, which is under the threat of the dwarves and orcs.
The story follows a series of epic adventures.
Bilbogans journey is the most important, as it is the journey that he makes to find the Dwarven King, and he will eventually defeat the giant and save his people.
The first three books of the trilogy are set in EorL.
The fourth book, The Return, is set in Arnor.
In The Hobbit films, Bilanders quest to find Gandalf will take him to the realm of Gondor, the fictional kingdom of Middle Earth.
Gandolf is the leader of the Dwarfs, and his kingdom is under siege by the orcs.
He is a giant and he has a magical sword, called the Ring of Power.
Gandalf has a special spell that will stop the orcs, the brown dwarves and the hobbit, from conquering EorBor.
Biland is the son of Bilbo, the brother of Frodo.
Gand has a very magical power, called Legolas, which he uses to help Frodo fight off the evil orc.
Gand is also a very wise man.
He’s very knowledgeable about the world and the powers of the people, but he also has a dark secret that is very dangerous.
Gand knows that Frodo has the Ring, but it has been lost for many years.
Gand also knows that Sam will die if he doesn’t get the Ring.
Bilby will have to go to Gondol for help and rescue Frodo from the orcs and the goblins.
As the story goes, the orcs are the enemies of the good, the Elves and the dwarves.
In the movies, the evil orcs attack the Elves, and eventually, the elves will be conquered.
In Tolkien’s books, the battle is not over, but Frodo goes back to Gildor and learns from Sam what he has to do to save his son.
Froon is saved by the power of the ring, and Sam is saved from the evil, brown orcs.
Bilof is left alone with Gandalf.
The end of the books has the hobgoblin in a cave, alone with the ring and Sam and the giants.
Bilbo is now a young boy.
He finds that the world around him is full of evil.
He doesn’t know