watched first three batches, very cool! i mostly liked that "seal" , much greater than ones here in Russia. in 2015, when i was traveling to Kunashir (an island, in West part of Russia, near Japan "hokkaido") also captured few of them. they are very curious, like dogs, like to watch people walking along
also that "hobbit land" looks great. i gon't get one thing - is that just a decoration or real small houses? there is no pictures inside them, except that "hobbit pub" and also curious, why they need an artificial tree, is there a problem with real trees around? )))))
Post by Gary Lecomte on Dec 31, 2017 8:05:32 GMT -8
We have also seen Seals in Chile. Lots of them on the Ocean Coastline there.
The Hobbit Houses are Mostly Just FRONTS for filming. It is just a Movie set, Most of them are Just Fronts and their Doors on them Don't Open. Personally, I have never watched to Hobbit Movie. (My Lady has seen the movie)
The PUB is Real and is used in the movie.
Because of the Movie Script, They needed a Tree their and it was easier to make one, than try to Move such a Large Tree onto that spot. It is just a Movie Prop. And it Must have cost them a LOT of money to create that.
Movie Making Companies, Spend Millions of Dollars of their Movie Sets, But they hope to make MUCH MORE MONEY when it hits the Theaters. Even Close Up, It ALMOST looks Real.
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