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A fun and satisfying sequel that retains the charm and excitement from Homecoming and doesn't feel like a "been there, done that" type of sequel. It also has really good performances by Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal and one of my favorite end credits scenes in the MCU so far.
I do kinda feel that the Hobbit trilogy probably should have been just two movies because this one also has some pacing issues and the story doesn't flow like I think it should, but The Battle of the Five Armies is still an entertaining final chapter in the Hobbit trilogy with its well-done battle sequences, good character moments, and the last twenty minutes are actually quite bittersweet. If this is the final Middle Earth movie, than it is a fine farewell.
The story doesn't flow as well as The Fellowship of the Ring and there's some pacing issues in the first half, but An Unexpected Journey is a pretty enjoyable first chapter in the Hobbit trilogy with great performances by Martin Freeman as a young Bilbo Baggins and a welcoming return for Ian McKellen as Gandalf the Grey, great visuals, and some exciting action scenes in the last hour.
I feel like some scenes could've been cut down or out, but I thought Mr. Smith Goes to Washington was a good political drama with political commentary that is still relevant today and has one of the late Jimmy Stewart's best performances of his career.
The Last Samurai is a great war epic that is very well-directed by Edward Zwick, has a well-told and emotionally resonant story, great set pieces, extremely well-done battle sequences, and fantastic performances by Tom Cruise and Ken Watanabe.