Here’s What Happens When You Edit All the LEGO Lord of the Rings Cutscenes Together

By: Josh Wolford - November 28, 2012

Gamers have had a few weeks (or a few days, if they’re in Europe) to enjoy the latest LEGO game. LEGO Lord of the Rings marks the second time that the series has featured voice acting (LEGO Batman 2), which gives the game a more cinematic feel. Sure, some may argue that the voice acting causes the games to lose a little bit of their odd charm, but hey – it’s Lord of the Rings. If you can’t appreciate the dialogue from those films, I’m not sure we can be friends.

Anyway, YouTube user mario11168 decided that all of those voice-acted cutscenes would work nicely together as a film all their own. When all of the cutscenes are edited together, it forms a mesmerizing hour and a half-long movie of awesome LEGO quirkiness.

If you have the time and are a fan of the Lord of the Rings and/or the LEGO series, it’s a must watch:

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