Lord of the Rings Supercut Is Nothing But Five Minutes Of Falling

Director Peter Jackson’s Lord of the Rings trilogy celebrates a massive milestone this year, as the first entry in the film series turns 20 years old in December. Originally released in 2001, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring set the tone for an adventure that starred a humble group of Hobbits embarking on a journey to destroy the One Ring that threatened all of Middle-earth. Naturally, there was a whole lot of falling, stumbling, and tumbles on the way to Mount Doom.

YouTube channel LOTR & Hobbit Edits tackled the task of showing just how cruel gravity is in The Lord of the Rings trilogy, creating a supercut of moments in the film that’s nothing but a montage of intense plummeting action.

How much content is there in total? Almost five entire minutes of Hobbits collapsing, wizard nosedives, and a steep depreciation in Elves being able to maintain their center of gravity.

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