Well haha funny question! It appears that certain (if not all) effects known from force powers can be replicated by Arda's world inhabitants.
Of the force from both Dark and Light side, of course. In the dark side area of specialty there is something called Sith alchemy...well it seems Dark Lords Sauron and Morgoth have great expertise in this regard. They can breed various kinds of monsters enhanced and altered from other life forms (to some extent even sentient) and have great power over substances of which the physical world is made (Sauron is also great artificer, making many 'magical artifacts').
Mental powers that allow to use some form of telepathy or empathy are both possible among force-users abilities as well as in Tolkien universe, mind trick is also replicated in Tolkien to some extent. We know of the Dark Lords abilities to mind control or have direct influence over his subject's minds in various ways (in fact the One Ring is a tool that allows to dominate minds much better), there appears that ability known as Force-fear (dark siders ability to cause fear in oponents by acting on certain parts of mind) is also existing within Tolkien world, many entities appear to have supernatural fear aura (Nazgul, other undead and more demonic entities like fallen Maiar who emanate with power and dread, incapacitating enemies).
Some characters in Tolkien world can even wipe someone's memory like a Jedi or a Sith would. I talk here primary about dragon Glaurung who used his 'dragon-spell' to wipe out memories of Nienor, though he also could use his spell to other effects like paralyzing with gaze and hypnotizing, no idea whether all dragons could do it, but judging by the fact that the spell of dragon Smaug during the events of The Hobbit worked exactly like a mind trick would..., it appears that all dragons have large amount of mental power (and glowing eyes of doom :) hehehe):
Bilbo was now beginning to feel really uncomfortable. Whenever Smaug's roving eye, seeking for him in the shadows, flashed across him, he trembled, and an unaccountable desire seized hold of him to rush out and reveal himself and tell all the truth to Smaug. In fact he was in grievous danger of coming under the dragon-spell.
And another quote, here it might be more mundane but I think it is safe to assume that Smaug's voice could have the same 'magical' quality like in case of Saruman or Sauron allowing them to charm persons they address (mixed of course with their cunning oratory skills)
Now a nasty suspicion began to grow in his mind-had the dwarves forgotten this important point too, or were they laughing in their sleeves at him all the time? That is the effect that dragon-talk has on the inexperienced. Bilbo of course ought to have been on his guard; but Smaug had rather an overwhelming personality.
Well it is often said that hobbits are more resistant to such things, let's call it magic resistance and in this case the spell works better when person looks directly into dragon's eyes.
There is also case of mesmerizing 'candles of corpses' on Dead Marshes, Morgoth also used his eyes to daunt many captives and so enslave them (another form of mind control):
And desiring above all to sow fear and disunion among the Eldar, he commanded the Orcs to take alive any of them that they could and bring them bound to Angband; and some he so daunted by the terror of his eyes that they needed no chains more, but walked ever in fear of him, doing his will wherever they might be. Thus Morgoth learned much of all that had befallen since the rebellion of Fлanor, and he rejoiced, seeing therein the seed of many dissensions among his foes.
...But ever the Noldor feared most the treachery of those of their own kin, who had been thralls in Angband; for Morgoth used some of these for his evil purposes, and feigning to give them liberty sent them abroad, but their wills were chained to his, and they strayed only to come back to him again. Therefore if any of his captives escaped in truth, and returned to their own people, they had little welcome, and wandered alone outlawed and desperate.
Of course the 'telekinetic' ability is also seen used by Gandalf (it might be also the reason why he has control over his smoke rings, moving them in air where he wished so), also in the encounter in Fangorn it appears that Gandalf used staff to remove the axe from Gimli's grip, though some would say the wording is ambiguous, also the encounter with Denethor as mentioned implies that Gandalf and so by extension others of his kind are able to some extent manipulate environment with forces of will, after all it is told that:
...Valar may work many things with thought rather than with hands...' though they are divine beings, in Star Wars terms the closest thing they could be compared is some sort of manifestation of the Force (and Morgoth would the origin of the dark side with all the black arts surrounding it sorcery, necromancy and so forth).
As for Force-lightning there is some curious thing written in Tolkien notes gathered in HoME (History of Middle Earth) concerning the death of Finwe (the first elf-king) when Morgoth murdered him in the Aman, when later his body was found:
In that evil time Finwe was slain by the Marrer himself, and his body was burned as by lightning stroke and was destroyed.
Interesting hehe well there is also the case of Ainur (Maiar and Valar) being able to manipulate the weather and so conjuring the storms with lightning :) or Sauron in Numenor "defied the lightning and was unharmed", Gandalf even used a lightning-like flash in a cave to instantly kill several orcs that came to grab him (not to mention that Sauron was also said to be able to immolate elf-king Gil-Galad "heat of Sauron's hand, which was black yet burned like fire, and so Gil-Galad was destroyed").