|The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug|
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An epic fantasy adventure film directed by Peter Jackson. It is the second installment of a three-part film adaptation based on the 1937 novel The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. The Hobbit (film and novel) is the introduction to the famous story of The Lord of the Rings, by the same author, which also has been turned into a movie trilogy.
You can listen to this closing credits song from the soundtrack of the movie here: I See Fire.
Where does your journey end?
You seek that which would bestow upon you the right to rule.
The quest to reclaim a homeland and slay a dragon.
Do not think I won't kill you, Dwarf.
When did we allow evil to become stronger than us?
It is not our fight.
This is our fight.
What if it's a trap?
It's undoubtedly a trap.
Such is the nature of evil.
In time, all foul things come forth.
If you awaken that beast, you will destroy us all.
Was that an earthquake?
That, my lad was a dragon.
SEEK= Look for.
THAT WHICH= (formal) What; the things that (relative connector):
- I want that which is good for you = I want what is good for you = I want the things that are good for you
BESTOW UPON= To confer on; To give as a gift (especially talking about an honour, dignity or power).
THE RIGHT TO RULE= If you have the right to rule, you are the correct person to govern.
QUEST= A quest is an expedition in search of something very important, an expedition where you will encounter adventures and dangers. In a quest, you also discover your worth, courage and value. The quest for the Holy Grail is the most famous quest from the Middle Ages.
RECLAIM= If you reclaim something, you ask to be given back something that belongs to you and was unrightfully taken from you.
HOMELAND= The place where you live, your home.
SLAY= (archaic) Kill.
DWARF= In Germanic mythology, the dwarfs are very small people (about the size of a 6-year-old child) who lived inside the mountains digging for gold. The most popular dwarfs are those in the fairy tale of “Snow-white and the Seven Dwarfs”. Tolkien, the writer of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, uses an irregular plural of his invention: “dwarves”.
EVIL= Wickedness, the dark force of what is morally wrong, bad, the opposite of good.
UNDOUBTEDLY= Without any doubt, for sure.
IN TIME= Eventually; sooner or later; in the end.
FOUL THINGS= Bad things; disgusting and nasty things.
COME FORTH= Appear.
AWAKEN= (formal & poetical) Wake up.
EARTHQUAKE= A motion of the earth crust, when all the ground shakes and buildings are destroyed.
LAD= (British English and dialectal) Boy.