An Unexpected Journey, the first installment of The Hobbit series, opened on Friday, December 14. Did this buzzed about film live up to expectations? Some critics say no. Peter Jackson who notorious for being at the cutting edge of cinematic arts, may have overdone it with his decision to feature high-frame-rate (HFR) technology in The Hobbit. The Hobbit, shot in 48-frames per second providing a crisper image, strays from Jackson’s traditional 24-frames per second format. Although this sounds like an improvement, many moviegoers and critics point out that the clearer image also shows things such as Gandalf’s contacts, rubber noses and fake props. Not everyone was disappointed in the change to 48 FPS; both Wired.com…
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