Alright, so I went to see The Hobbit on Friday. I thought the line up would be horribly long, but I suppose there isn't as many geeks as I thought around were I live. I was only waiting about a half hour. And it was actually pretty fun. I got to talk to some random guy dressed as Abraham Lincoln until we got into the theater. As I was waiting over an hour for the movie to actually start, I noticed this little boy sitting next to me (who happened to be really sick, causing me to be sick right now). He had one of those huge awesome movie cups with Gandolf on it. So I couldn't refuse and I went and bought myself a Bilbo version. Which I had to pay an outrageous 8 dollars for. Anyways, enough of my adventures. Bilbo's adventures are much more interesting. First of all, I know I was questioning whether Martin Freeman as Bilbo was a good idea or not. But after seeing it, he was fantastic. The whole cast was wonderful. And I'm really glad they had Frodo in there in the beginning. The movie it self was brilliant. The story line was amazing. It was complex and serious, yet super hilarious. The special effects were really good. Unfortunately I was unable to see it in 3D because it gives my a head ache. Not to mention Its really hard having to hold those big glasses over top on mine for 3 hours. But I am extremely happy they chose to make it a trilogy. I can't wait till next December. To anyone who hasn't seen it yet, please, go see it. And to anyone who hasn't seen The Lord of the Rings trilogy either, shame on you.