Check Out 15 Mins Of Deleted Scenes From The R-Rated Cut Of THE HOBBIT: TBOTFA

Check Out 15 Mins Of Deleted Scenes From The <font color=red>R-Rated</font> Cut Of THE HOBBIT: TBOTFA

The final movie in The Hobbit trilogy hits home release in the UK on November 23, and you get a look at some of the convoluted CGI carnage that (mercifully) wound up on the cutting room floor right here. Be warned, the blood 'n guts quota has been upped considerably...

I should point out that I actually enjoyed The Hobbit trilogy quite a bit, but I also agree with the detractors on several points - the main one being that Jackson went far too overboard with the CGI and silly, physics-defying battle scenes. Thank Sauron then, that the following 15 minutes or so was cut from the theatrical release.

Ever wondered what happened to that cowardly little shit Alfrid after he escaped with the gold? Turns out he inadvertently saved Gandalf from a troll by launching himself down its throat. Yes, really.

The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies brings to an epic conclusion the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield and the Company of Dwarves. Having reclaimed their homeland from the Dragon Smaug, the Company has unwittingly unleashed a deadly force into the world. Enraged, Smaug rains his fiery wrath down upon the defenseless men, women and children of Lake-town. Obsessed above all else with his reclaimed treasure, Thorin sacrifices friendship and honor to hoard it as Bilbo’s frantic attempts to make him see reason drive the Hobbit towards a desperate and dangerous choice. But there are even greater dangers ahead. Unseen by any but the Wizard Gandalf, the great enemy Sauron has sent forth legions of Orcs in a stealth attack upon the Lonely Mountain. As darkness converges on their escalating conflict, the races of Dwarves, Elves and Men must decide – unite or be destroyed. Bilbo finds himself fighting for his life and the lives of his friends in the epic Battle of the Five Armies, as the future of Middle-earth hangs in the balance.
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