… from whom Legolas has learnt to be so awesome.
In The Hobbit, Thranduil is the ruler of the elves of Mirkwood. His realm encompasses the northern part of the area, making his dwelling on the borders of that large forest; a vast underground network of elf-constructed caves – better known as the Elvenking’s Halls.
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– The greedy ruler …
Like many of the non-principal characters in The Hobbit, the Master of Lake-town is not explored in much detail – nonetheless, he emphasizes a very important concept in the novel – greed.
The Master of Lake-town is quite simply … the Master of Lake-town (the clue is in the name). An individual who is both a good speaker and an excellent merchant. He rules over the inhabitants of Esgaroth and has a good “business relationship” with Thranduil – transporting goods in barrels along the Forest River between the two habitations.
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–The race of Men’s own version of Legolas …
Now that The Desolation of Smaug has been released, I can continue discussing the new characters that have become part of the Hobbit story-line – comparing and contrasting them between novel and film.
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– A quick “spoiler-free” look …
I’ve just been to a screening of the second film in ‘The Hobbit’ Trilogy …
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I feel absolutely no shame or fear in openly declaring my sincere admiration towards Luke Evans’ portrayal of the Bowman in ‘The Desolation of Smaug’.
There, I said it.
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