The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey – One I Could Call King Scene (4/10) | Movieclips

He began by beheading the King. No! Thrain, Thorin’s father, was driven mad by grief. He went missing. Taking prisoner or killed. We did not know. We were leaderless. Defeat and death, were upon us. That is when, I saw him. The young Dwarf prince…facing down the pale Orc. He stood alone…against this terrible foe. His armor rent…wielding nothing but an oaken branch as a shield. Azog the Defiler… learned that day… that the line of Durin would not be so easily broken. Our forces rallied… and drove the Orcs back. And our enemy had been defeated. But there was no feast… nor song that night…for our dead were beyond the count of grief. We few had survived. And I thought to myself… there is one, who I could follow…there is one I could call King.


  1. There is one who I could Follow🚶; there is one who I could call King👑.
    His name is Jesus Christ Son of GOD.

  2. CGI ORCS SUCK! , REAL HUMAN ACTORS WITH MAKE UP LOOK REAL IN THE 1ST TRILOGY AND WOULD HAVE BEEN WAY BETTER THAN USING CGI FAKE CHILDISH LOOKING ORCS HERE, remember that orc in the fellowship of the ring that kidnaps marry and pippin, that thing looked so damn scary and real!

  3. Horrible place to stop the scene. The Dwarves staring at their King after the last sentence is very significant.

  4. Balin: There is one I could follow………                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Earlier:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Thorin: I lost my way, twice

  5. So Gandalf wants to kill Smaug because he is afraid that he could side with Mordor or that by not having Erebor Middle Earth could fall. Why didn’t he feel the same about Moria? He obviously knew the Balrog was down there so why not help the dwarves reclaim it and call upon some of his powerful allies to kill the Balrog, because it’s just as likely Mordor would recruit the Balrog as it is Smaug.

  6. Why is it the orcs in this scene each looks unique and well designed. Yet in the next two movies they all look the same?

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