This is another rigorously re-edited 3-in-1 film of Peter Jackson's "The Hobbit" Trilogy. This is not intended as a "book cut" but instead tries to imagine what Peter Jackson and Co. might have made if they had decided to do the story as one film. The goal is not to make the film more like Lord of the Rings in tone, but in spirit. The gag-filled action scenes that Peter Jackson has become fond of are minimized, except when appropriate. It feels more epic. The pacing is quicker. It feels more in line with those films, while also becoming even more different from them.
Gundabad Orcs allied with Sauron invade Dol Guldor. Their goal of destroying the Dwarvish House of Durin is redirected, however, toward the conquest of Erebor and the destruction of man, dwarves and Elves, culminating into an epic battle to rule Middle Earth.
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