At the Movies

28 Dec

If our readers wish any entertainment advice for the festive season, then we advise that they consider Skyfall (the latest James Bond) and The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (the first of three) as possibilities. Constitutional lawyers will find much to enjoy in Skyfall (it’s also a pretty decent action film) while those who prefer Land Law or Equity will probably incline to the themes and gentler pace of Hobbit I.

We will have to wait until Hobbit III in two years’ time to see whether Peter Jackson’s updating of Smaug includes his putting in a claim for Adverse Possession of the Lonely Mountain. Tempting as it is to suggest that Smaug sue Bilbo for violating his Privacy, the risk of tabloid misunderstanding is just too great …

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