It is about a hobbit who goes on an adventure to help the dwarves reclaim the kingdom of Erebor which is a treacherous journey. This film will be compared to Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone which was based off the book by J.K. Rowling.
This movie is a fantasy/action movie which really shows what a …show more content…
You can see an example of camera angles is in the scene towards the end of the trailer where Bilbo Baggins is in is a dark and mysterious cave.
The camera angle that is used is a close up because they wanted to show how terrified the character was by showing this emotion in a movie it is better to watch for the audience. But the scene where Harry Potter shows Ron his scare there is a close up on Harry’s face but it doesn’t work as well as you can see better emotions from Bilbo Baggins from the Hobbit.
The sets in both films were excellent helped the trailer to be more interesting with helping to elevate and creative these engaging scenes in different environments. A particular scene that stood out for me in the Hobbit was the scene where Gandalf is walking around this dark terrain down stairs. I think the use of the cobwebs and the skeletons made this scene mysterious and you probably wanted to see what would happen I think it gave more depth in the scene.
It stood out for me more than a scene more than Harry Potter because I think each scene was more detailed and better to watch for the audience because the scene where Harry Potters class is learning how to fly the landscape isn’t that fascinating but boring and not that great to