After watching it a few weeks back, I found that was really only the case when you were actually looking for what is wrong. Just sitting back taking everything in the first time, I didn't find anything stand out that bad to make it unbearable or anything. It flowed well for me.
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The only thing that stuck out to me like a sore thumb was all the horse scenes..the stunt doubles were horribly obvious, especially for Bilbo.Trophy-licious!
I saw it with a normal FPS and in 3D. The movie itself was different from LoTR, very upbeat for the most part (I'm sure the book is too) and I felt it was a great start to the trilogy (although I don't think it needed to be a trilogy). I think the CGI was very well done, as well as the 3D.
I recently watched LotR extended trilogy on bluray, and the tv I saw it on ran at a very high fps. I'm assuming it causes the same effect as Hobbit in 48 fps because at first it looked very strange and made the cgi/live action look less impressive. However I did get used to it and flashback scenes (like the battle at the beginning of fellowship) looked much better once I was used to the frame rate.
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