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The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies

Witness the defining chapter of the Middle-Earth saga

Immediately after the events of The Desolation of Smaug, Bilbo and the dwarves try to defend Erebor's mountain of treasure from others who claim it: the men of the ruined Laketown and the elves of Mirkwood. Meanwhile an army of Orcs led by Azog the Defiler is marching on Erebor, fueled by the rise of the dark lord Sauron. Dwarves, elves and men must unite, and the hope for Middle-Earth falls into Bilbo's hands.

Release Date : 10 Dec, 2014
Duration : 2h 24m
Action Adventure Fantasy
Vote Average : 7.3 Vote Count : 11,994 Popularity : 134.037

Top Billed Casting

  • Ian McKellen

    Ian McKellen

    Gandalf

    (Acting)

  • Martin Freeman

    Martin Freeman

    Bilbo Baggins

    (Acting)

  • Richard Armitage

    Richard Armitage

    Thorin Oakenshield

    (Acting)

  • Orlando Bloom

    Orlando Bloom

    Legolas

    (Acting)

  • Evangeline Lilly

    Evangeline Lilly

    Tauriel

    (Acting)

  • Luke Evans

    Luke Evans

    Bard

    (Acting)

  • Lee Pace

    Lee Pace

    Thranduil

    (Acting)

  • Benedict Cumberbatch

    Benedict Cumberbatch

    Smaug / Necromancer (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Ken Stott

    Ken Stott

    Balin

    (Acting)

  • Aidan Turner

    Aidan Turner

    Kili

    (Acting)

  • Dean O'Gorman

    Dean O'Gorman

    Fili

    (Acting)

  • Billy Connolly

    Billy Connolly

    Dain

    (Acting)

  • Graham McTavish

    Graham McTavish

    Dwalin

    (Acting)

  • James Nesbitt

    James Nesbitt

    Bofur

    (Acting)

  • Stephen Fry

    Stephen Fry

    Master of Laketown

    (Acting)

  • Ryan Gage

    Ryan Gage

    Alfrid

    (Acting)

  • Cate Blanchett

    Cate Blanchett

    Galadriel

    (Acting)

  • Ian Holm

    Ian Holm

    Old Bilbo

    (Acting)

  • Christopher Lee

    Christopher Lee

    Saruman

    (Acting)

  • Hugo Weaving

    Hugo Weaving

    Elrond

    (Acting)

  • Mikael Persbrandt

    Mikael Persbrandt

    Beorn

    (Acting)

  • Sylvester McCoy

    Sylvester McCoy

    Radagast

    (Acting)

  • Peter Hambleton

    Peter Hambleton

    Gloin

    (Acting)

  • John Callen

    John Callen

    Oin

    (Acting)

  • Mark Hadlow

    Mark Hadlow

    Dori

    (Acting)

  • Jed Brophy

    Jed Brophy

    Nori

    (Acting)

  • William Kircher

    William Kircher

    Bifur

    (Acting)

  • Stephen Hunter

    Stephen Hunter

    Bombur

    (Acting)

  • Adam Brown

    Adam Brown

    Ori

    (Acting)

  • John Bell

    John Bell

    Bain

    (Acting)

  • Manu Bennett

    Manu Bennett

    Azog

    (Acting)

  • John Tui

    John Tui

    Bolg

    (Acting)

  • Peggy Nesbitt

    Peggy Nesbitt

    Sigrid

    (Acting)

  • Mary Nesbitt

    Mary Nesbitt

    Tilda

    (Acting)

  • Kelly Kilgour

    Kelly Kilgour

    Soury

    (Acting)

  • Mark Mitchinson

    Mark Mitchinson

    Braga

    (Acting)

  • Sarah Peirse

    Sarah Peirse

    Hilda Bianca

    (Acting)

  • Nick Blake

    Nick Blake

    Percy

    (Acting)

  • Simon London

    Simon London

    Feren

    (Acting)

  • Conan Stevens

    Conan Stevens

    Keeper of the Dungeons

    (Acting)

  • Allan Smith

    Allan Smith

    Ragash

    (Acting)

  • Miranda Harcourt

    Miranda Harcourt

    Olga

    (Acting)

  • Thomasin McKenzie

    Thomasin McKenzie

    Astrid

    (Acting)

  • Erin Banks

    Erin Banks

    Lobelia Sackville Baggins

    (Acting)

  • Brian Hotter

    Brian Hotter

    Otho Sackville Baggins

    (Acting)

  • Timothy Bartlett

    Timothy Bartlett

    Master Worrywort

    (Acting)

  • Mervyn Smith

    Mervyn Smith

    Tosser Grubb

    (Acting)

  • Martin Kwok

    Martin Kwok

    Ragash (voice)

    (Sound)

  • Dee Bradley Baker

    Dee Bradley Baker

    Creature Voices (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Olof Johnsson

    Olof Johnsson

    Creature Voices (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Jon Olson

    Jon Olson

    Creature Voices (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Otep Shamaya

    Otep Shamaya

    Creature Voices (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Debra Wilson

    Debra Wilson

    Creature Voices (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Jack Binding

    Jack Binding

    Laketowner (uncredited)

    (Visual Effects)

  • Terry Binding

    Terry Binding

    Laketowner (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Stephen Gledhill

    Stephen Gledhill

    Old Gammidge (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Billy Jackson

    Billy Jackson

    Laketown Refugee (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Katie Jackson

    Katie Jackson

    Girl in Laketown (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Peter Jackson

    Peter Jackson

    Painting of Bungo Baggins (uncredited)

    (Directing)

  • Terry Notary

    Terry Notary

    Laketown Refugee (uncredited)

    (Acting)

  • Vanessa Cater

    Vanessa Cater

    Laketown Refugee (uncredited)

    (Crew)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

New Zealand


Budget

250,000,000


Revenue

956,019,788

Reviews

A review by Andres Gomez

Written by Andres Gomez on 07 Feb, 2015

As there was not much more to be told from the end of the previous movie, just assist to more than 2h of continuous battle. Quite pointless, but you may enjoy the action if that is what you were looking for ......

A review by Per Gunnar Jonsson

Written by Per Gunnar Jonsson on 06 Jan, 2018

The Lord of The Rings are still occupying the three top places of my top ten movies list. Needless to say I am a fan of Tolkien and his Middle Earth fantasy story. I never felt that The Hobbit series could match the original trilogy but then much of the story in The Hobbit is not really Tolkien’s ...

A review by Gimly

Written by Gimly on 20 Jan, 2019

Comparing the _Lord of the Rings_ trilogy and the _Hobbit_ trilogy was already like comparing apples and mediocre oranges, but none so mediocre as _Battle of the Five Armies_. Don't get me wrong, I love a "battle" as much as the next guy, more maybe, I don't even mind a movie that's 95% battle, but ...

A review by r96sk

Written by r96sk on 22 Feb, 2021

Exactly what it says on the tin - to a fault. Don't get me wrong, I like it. However, towards the end 'The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies' definitely begins to drag quite heavily - the impact of what eventually happens did not, to be honest, hit as strongly as it could've/should'v...