It pains me to rate this so low. No, the first two were not LOTR caliber but I expected that. I enjoyed them for what they were.
But this? No. There is no reason for this film to exist - 2 entries would have been more than enough. To relegate such a beloved story to these lows for what appears to be a cash grab hurts me. I grew up in Middle-Earth and we all deserve a better ending than this one.
I didn't hate it - there are nice moments. But I'm quite disappointed.
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