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Sadly, the film, starring Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig is unable to achieve the same level of sheer entertainment or astounding spectacle as Peter Jackson's masterpieces.
It's not immediately clear why this is so, because the source materials are arguably equivalently complex and nuanced portrayals of imaginary but fascinating worlds that would enthrall any audience.
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