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Mark Dujsik Drops Some Serious Review Game in “The Desolation”

In response to Mark Dujsik’s 920‑word review of The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug on Mark Reviews Movies

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Mark Dujsik may ultimately get a television series due to his consistently surgical critique that can once again be found in “THE HOBBIT: THE DESOLATION OF SMAUG.” It’s quite amazing how Dujsik, M. D. changed the review game in the latter half of 2013 with a steady assault of lengthy and tactical works.

THE DESOLATION is an intellectual work and features thick paragraphs of insight that will satisfy your review needs for an entire day. Dujsik sets the tone with a well-constructed opening paragraph on director Peter Jackson’s cinematic intertwining before transitioning down the vast and expansive highway of critique.

What is impressive about Dujsik reviews is that his work never feels rushed and takes the appropriate amount of time to make a point. THE DESOLATION is an excellent read not only because of the exquisite writing, but also for the critic’s ability to move from point to point with such ease. Central plot? Boom. Side-plot? Schpladow. It’s all there. Someone keep an eye on Mark Dujsik or he might just write a novel-review. Don’t think he can’t do it.

THE DESOLATION is a serious piece of work, but it won’t put you to sleep. Dujsik injects a little comedy into the review by nothing his favorite Bilbo line when addressing the great Smaug, and closes out the work in classic Dujsik, M. D. form. The only major complaint is that some words appear to be missing late in the piece.

Mark Dujsik has crafted another piece of spectacular art with THE DESOLATION.    

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