The Hobbit Trilogy [Blu-ray] [2014] [2015] [Region Free]

Dimensions: 17.91 x 14.1 x 5.11 cm; 299.37 Grams
Model: 2724307549441
Origin: United Kingdom

33 Responses

  1. Wilson Alpine says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Ideal watch for them sunny nights. fast delivery and happy with product. thank you.

  2. IvoryHatley says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    What agoodtrilogy loved it and was sorry when it ended

  3. FayeYVFgzmqnwq says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersRead the books, (LotR first & only got round to The Hobbit, afterwards) many times, I have watched each film upon its cinema release: I also watched them on DVD, then on Blu ray. Then on this 4k set. On my OLED TV, played through a Sony 4k player, it was almost like being there – at times. The picture was so clear, the perspectives so (almost) real.

  4. Amber says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Theatre and extended
    Good 4k transfer
    All 3 films

    Bilbo Baggins is co coerced into going on an adventure by Gandalf the grey wizzard, so he can help dwarfs reclaim their homeland from smaug
    the Dragon , battling goblins and spiders along the way. Meanwhile the other leaders of middle earth, Saruman, Elrond and raddaghast and galadriel, realise that evil is awakening in mirkwood ,where sauron is regaining his strength along with the nazgul. The book it self is not very long so the film is vastly extended especially the battle of the 5 armies, which is barely mentioned in detail

    There are no extras

  5. ChiquitGabel says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    anybody who likes to escape from reality for a while will enjoy these dvd’s. although they are now dated, they still entertai

  6. jonathonchristesen says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    I ordered this during the black Friday.
    It was not particularly on discount but I had so many issues for example, using a debit card abroad because the bank cancelled and so on, it took me almost 3 weeks and a few days to receive it from here South Korea. But finally having it and opening it, I felt so happy. Totally new without any scratch,
    The movie sound was all great. Dolby Atmos almost makes people feel like all movies sounds good. No matter how bad the movie itself is. But this is not as you know.
    The video quality was also very good.

  7. DanialU93madyyk says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    ….improved by the 4k and Dolby Atmos. If you have the equipment, this is a must have.

  8. AdrianProffitt says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Loved the Trilogy, so bought them, so I can watch them any time!!

  9. Neil Ochs says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Highly entertaining. Love these films and stories, an enjoyable genre.

  10. Marty Greenwell says:

     United Kingdom

    The Hobbit trilogy was shot digitally at 5k resolution, which leads to a pristine picture on 4k blu-ray. As with LOTR, there’s Dolby Vision, and a very high bit-rate. It’s a pity there’s no high frame rate version included, but unfortunately 4k blu-ray players don’t support 48fps, only 50 or 60 in HFR mode. It would be the same as PAL DVDs, which ran at 25fps so were actually sped up slightly compared to cinema and US releases (and blu-ray, which of course runs at 24fps), but maybe there’s another reason. Either way, blame the studio, they’re the ones who get the final say in these matters.
    Unfortunately this set contains no bonus material whatsoever, not even the audio commentaries, so to have the complete set you would need to get a copy of the Extended Blu-ray set too, which is all a bit silly really.

  11. Aurelio1683 says:

     United Kingdom

    Previously owned The Hobbit on Blu-Ray and had the extended versions too,
    Had to get the 4k versions as love these movies,
    It is a awesome transfer, all the movies come with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos,

    You get the Theatrical and Extended Versions in this set,

    Comes in a nice matte finish sleeve which protects the case.

    Definitely would recommend this to anyone.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome Trilogy

  12. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Only watched the first one so far great picture and sound. Shame about the bars you need to see this full screen. Also need to see this on an ole d with Dolby atmos sound ??!! Love this film well worth getting.

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Golden Review Award: 2 From Our UsersWith “The Lord of the rings” 4K UHD set, there are 2 discs for each “extended version” giving a feeling that the hefty cost was good value. Hobbit Trilogy crams the extended version on one disc, the other being the “Theatrical version”.
    Visually as stunning but on both sets of movies, the menu fails to display the Audio settings for Dolby Atmos, HD etc. on my Samsung UHD player. The only way to find them or any access was to search in the machine’s menu.
    Not sure why but very annoying and if you need subtitles for the impaired etc, even harder.
    With all this said, the Picture is stunning and a vast improvement on the blu-rays.
    Colour and clarity makes them a joy to watch, just consider if it’s worth the shame price as LOTR set…..

  14. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Golden Review Award: 16 From Our UsersThe Hobbit trilogy presented in the 4k format, again, as was the case with the Lord of The Rings trilogy – ‘A JOY TO BEHOLD’ the upgrade, frankly -stunning.
    Of course, Tolkien’s Hobbit tale was just the one book whereas the LOR was indeed the three books, so it’s fair to say the Hobbit tale has been stretched some.
    The Hobbit story a little more light-hearted at times than the dark LOR one.
    The story begins with the telling of how the once rich and powerful Dwarfs are driven out from their home in Lonely Mountain by the dragon Smaug.
    The story previously untold is from the writings and reflections of Bilbo Baggins who now approaching his 111th birthday writes the story for his young cousin Frodo.
    Sixty years ago the young Bilbo (Martin Freeman) a lover of his home comforts is visited by Gandalf ( Ian McKellen) who has secretly invited a gathering of unruly Dwarfs to meet and indeed enjoy Bilbo’s reluctant hospitality, eventually, the group are joined by the apparent heir to the throne of Lonely Mountain Thorin (Richard Armitage) who hopes to reclaim their homeland.
    Gandalf challenges Bilbo to join the quest, well, Bilbo is not a warrior and doubts he would fit in, however, he does decide to join Gandalf and the Dwarfs on the quest….the beginning of Bilbo’s unexpected journey.
    The group will encounter many varied and often strange persons on the journey which in some instances bring them danger, all the time however they are pursued by the Orcs who are determined to rid the lands of the Dwarfs especially targeting Thorin.
    Along the way they are guided to Rivendell by Gandalf to shelter for a time, however, there is little trust or love lost between the Elven community and the Dwarfs
    However, Gandalf catches-up with old friends Elrond (Hugo Weaving) Galadriel (Cate Blanchett), and indeed The White Wizard Saruman (Christopher Lee)
    The Elves not impressed by the Dwarfs do however invite Bilbo to return someday, which to finish his book he one day in the future will do.
    The story goes on to tell of how Bilbo comes to find the Ring of Power in the depths of the cave complex occupied by the Goblin King and his hoards.
    Escaping the cave and the wretched creature Gollum is when Bilbo discovers he can make himself invisible by wearing the ring.
    Doubt of Bilbo’s purpose or usefulness on the quest is repeatedly questioned by Thorin, however, during a skirmish with the Orcs, the Hobbit saves the heir from certain death an act of bravery from the Hobbit that changes Thorin’s opinion of Bilbo.
    On with the quest, the group take shelter in the home of skin-changer Beorn who as is the case with many dislikes Dwarfs but, fortunately for the group likes Orcs even less
    They are guided the next day en-route to Lonely Mountain to a forest, Gandalf has to leave the group for a while and warns them to stick to the path which the Dwarfs fail to do, attacked by giant spiders Bilbo’s find the Ring of Power comes in handy as does the intervention of Wood Elves Tauriel (Evangeline Lilly ) and Legolas (Orlando Bloom)
    The group are taken to the Wood Elves home, however, like others, the Elves do not like Dwarfs, the group are imprisoned, luckily Bilbo escapes capture and again using the Ring free’s the Dwarfs.
    The group escape in barrels down the river but are pursued by the Orcs, luck is on their side Tauriel and Legolas help the Dwarfs escape by attacking the pursuing Orcs.
    Lonely Mountain is now in sight, however, how do they cross the great lake?
    Lake Town resident, family man, and bargeman/fisherman Bard ( Luke Evans) offers his help when Thorin pledges some of the Dwarfs riches to Bard and the master of Lake Town (Stephen Fry) if they can reclaim the mountain.
    At Lonely Mountain Bilbo discovers the hidden entrance and volunteers to go forth to the great hall in search of the treasured Arkenstone lost during Smaug’s attack years before…..trouble is the Dragon voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch guards the mountains of treasure and indeed the Arkenstone.
    The ring will again come in handy for Bilbo, eventually, with the help of the Dwarfs Skaug is outmaneuvered and fly’s off threatening to destroy Lake Town.
    Meanwhile unbeknown to the triumphant Dwarfs but discovered by Gandalf the Orcs have amassed a large army and are heading toward Lonely Mountain.
    However, Gandalf becomes imprisoned by the Orcs held in a steel cage and unable to warn the Dwarfs of what was to come.
    Meanwhile, Laketown is being set ablaze by the Dragon Smaug, Bard who had been imprisoned by the Master of the town knows only he with his skills with a bow can stop the destruction and slaughter.
    At Lonely Mountain, Thorin now King becomes a victim of the riches around him and loses his sense of fairness and honour.
    Meanwhile, Galadriel, Elrond, and Saruman arrive at Dol Gudar to free the now weakened Gandalf who, when recovering is desperate to warn his friends of the armies heading their way.
    At Lonely Mountain King Thorin refuses to aid the Laketown refuges denying them what he’d earlier promised as will he with Woodland Elf leader/Thranduil (Lee Pace) who only wants what is rightfully theirs back he has 0his forces with him to make sure he gets the Elven treasure back///
    Thranduil has banished Tauriel who has claimed to be in love with the Dwarf Kli (Alan Turner)
    as a result of which Legolas will not side with his father and tells him he’ll help Tauriel.
    After further negotiations when even Bilbo pleads with Thorin to do what’s0 right fails the Elven Army lines up to attack the Dwarfs aided by the men of the Dales now led by Bard.
    Thorin won’t surrender knowing a large army of Dwarfs are nearby to aid their King the battle begins, however, the arrival of the Orc army changes everything, the Dwarfs, Elves, and Men all of whom are under threat will join together to thwart the attack.
    What the three armies are not aware of and has become known to Legolas and Tauriel is that a fifth army is on its way ‘The Orcs of Gundabad’
    A long a costly battle has been raging during which King Thorin has come to his senses and with his Dwarfs joins in the fray.
    Not all our heroes of the trilogy will survive, Bilbo’s adventure nearly at an end, soon time to return to the Shire.
    A superb visual treat that is cram-/packed with stunning special effects./CGI.
    Though overall not the equal of the LOR trilogy, not undermining the amazing long battle sequence in the third film, the Hobbit trilogy especially with the 4K upgrade is a great investment. (The two sets LORD OF THE RINGS and THE HOBBIT both in 4K complimenting each other as a collection)

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 8 From Our UsersLooks and sounds incredible. You will not be disappointed. My player is running HDR10- I understand that they also run Dolby Vision where compatible. And people saying to wait for 2021 – the official announcement is for an anniversary ultimate edition cgi remaster of the Blu-ray, the UHD discs will be the same.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Golden Review Award: 6 From Our UsersA very good set of films to go with your Lord of the Rings. Very good to the book, if over done in the sense of three films compared to the book that was shorter. If you know the story of our heros, then it will be clear but if you don’t, we have a lot of jumping around with the Bilbo Baggins, who with the Dwarfs, set about reclaiming the Dwarf Kingdoms against the The Orcs who are coming into power. Good battle scenes, acting and scrips. If you have been to New Zealand, you will recognise the places being shot on film. After watching this set, you may want to watch Lord of the Rings again.

  17. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Worked perfectly. enjoyed the movies colour was fantastic, packaging and time it took to come were also excellent. Also special features are very enjoyable

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Golden Review Award: 9 From Our UsersExhilaratingly the three films depict how peace-loving, stay-at-home hobbit Bilbo Baggins evolves into an action hero – he instrumental in helping dispossessed dwarves reclaim their kingdom. Dangers confront at every stage of the journey, even wizard Gandalf at times close to death.

    Set sixty years before “The Lord of the Rings”, the key moment here is where Bilbo discovers the ring destined in due course to change everything for everyone. (Gifted by hindsight, we recognize this – despite it occurring in the midst of so much else going on.)

    Visually the trilogy is a treat, New Zealand the star – its wide range of magnificent scenery saving the makers a fortune in computerised special effects. (Each disc has a brief bonus where cast enthuse about the splendours seen, some beyond belief.) Also greatly enhancing is Howard Shore’s music – especially that haunting Shire theme – constant reminder of where hobbits are happiest.

    As Bilbo, Martin Freeman is perfect – suggesting so well vulnerability when so far from his comfort zone, amazement on discovering unsuspected courage. He represents the heart of this unfolding saga – at all times unshakeably loyal, ever determined to do what is right. He heads a strong cast, many heavily disguised behind much facial hair. Some are a surprise. (Voicing the ferocious dragon is none other than Freeman’s “Sherlock” co-star Benedict Cumberbatch.)

    All will have their favourite characters and moments. (Mine is Gollum, particularly in the riddle sequence.)

    Although viewers at home miss out on the cinema’s big screen action, which must be overwhelmingly spectacular, it is an advantage to see the three films in quick succession – all the better to appreciate the overall theme.

    Despite so much that impresses, certain commonly voiced criticisms are justified. Three films seem a lot for a shortish book, there ample evidence of dragging things out: the start rather slow; new storylines introduced (especially in film two); sessions with spiders, the dragon and scenes of mass destruction perhaps going on longer than they need.

    Nevertheless five stars are deserved. The past two evenings have contained well over seven hours of real enjoyment – so much to enthral, to excite, and genuinely to move.

  19. FerneHoutz says:

     United Kingdom

    Super speedy delivery within 16 hours – amazing! Film is good too

  20. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    What can you say about this….. one of the best ways to spend a rainy afternoon!

  21. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Not a bad film this one in fact top marks

  22. TawannaIsom says:

     United Kingdom

    Watched all of these a few times now. Much more impressed than when I saw them at the flics. Lots of details are in there that I missed on first viewing, and you can appreciate the acting and costumes better. Definitely growers. Also happy with the interpretation of the book, it was more open to a little artistic license than the LoR books were. Obviously there are some excruciating moments too, but they are few. The audio and video are both fine on this minimal box set, which is also nicely presented, and represents good value for money.

  23. TheronXOEnwi says:

     United Kingdom

    Expectations were high when the first movie was released in the cinemas and I would say I was initially disappointed with it, so I didn’t go to see the other two at the time. Think I enjoyed watching the whole set on DVD more, except maybe for the last one in which the 5 army battle scene gets more & more ridiculous and dragged out.
    I think the 2nd movie is the best of the trilogy and that the whole thing should have been 2 movies, rather than 3.
    The only extras on each DVD are 1 or 2 trailers and a 6-7 min movie about the locations in New Zealand, which is fair enough for the price.

  24. Donna Tapellini says:

     United Kingdom

    Had not seen this on the big screen, but it was OK. Seems there was a lot of artistic licence going on though and a lot of scenes was expanded way beyond the remit of the book.In my Opinion, the worst actor was Sylvester McCoy, who I can not stand as an actor in any form. I seem to remember his character didn’t come into the original book.

  25. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Great it’s better than I thought it was gonna be

  26. AlysaHammonds says:

     United Kingdom

    Another enjoyable visit to Middle Earth from Peter Jackson. Having read the book, I wondered how it could be stretched to three films, but, of course, Jackson introduced additional characters, notably Legolas and Tauriel. Some people seem upset by Tauriel’s love for Killi the Dwarf, but I don’t see why. At least it proved all Elves are not cold, controlled creatures, rather like the Vulcans in Star Trek.I liked Tauriel, superbly and sympathetically played by Evangeline Lilly. Because of the later LOTR trilogy, she could not marry Legolas – shame. There was lots of action, as you would expect.A fine set of excellent films, but I think Peter Jackson might well consider he has done all he can – another film might be risky. But I would like to know how Tauriel ended up.

  27. Tara Burnett says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    very happy with my Hobbit Trilogy Blu Ray box set.

  28. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Good package well priced and worth it on blu recommended

  29. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    An outstanding trilogy preceeding the Lots of the Rings trilogy

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Arrived within the estimated delivery. Item was as described. Great price

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Fast delivery and does what It says on the box.

  32. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom 🇬🇧

    Have watched this over and over and enjoy it everytime

  33. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This is for Hubby, who is well pleased with it.