After a night of sleep, I can finally say that I actually saw the Hobbit.
I didn’t have a nervous breakdown during the ads, but when the movie ended, I started to laugh (because of a stupid joke in the ending, I guess) which soon switched to sobbing. And yet I was still laughing. Thank god my friend emmy was doing exactly the same thing and we just laughed and cried throughout the credits while everyone around us prolly felt really awkward. :D
We really couldn’t explain what was going on or what we even thought about the movie. I certainly was let down (or really surprised) by a lot of scenes. But then again, I was so happy how well P.J. managed to translate some of my favourite scenes from the book to the movie, and included some really really nice surprises as well.
I really can’t write a too detailed review of it, not just because the spoilers, but because I still feel confused by the mere fact that I saw the movie I’ve been waiting for years. Saying “it was good/bad” isn’t just possible for me; I feel like the Hobbit is something above such adjectives.