Ya, it's great. It's funny, one time my cousin and I wanted to have like, a medieval movie marathon, and so we rented a bunch of movies, and the Monty Python and the Holy Grail movie was actually one of the most historically accurate ones, haha.
In this case the prof showed it to illustrate the problems with obsessive adherence to the belief of never backing down from any challenge and how it can get absurd.
"Suddenly Frodo noticed that a strange-looking weather-beaten man, sitting in the shadows near the wall, was also listening intently to the hobbit-talk. He had a tall tankard in front of him, and was smoking a long-stemmed pipe curiously carved. His legs were stretched out before him, showing high boots of supple leather that fitted him well, but had seen much wear and were now caked with mud. A travel-stained cloak of heavy dark-green cloth was drawn close about him, and in spite of the heat of the room he wore a hood that overshadowed his face; but the gleam of his eyes could be seen as he watched the hobbits."