Because two kids can't do this. Not as Star Wars movie. He also manage to remove the cheese and make the movie make far more sense, without cutting out much mainly by muting parts of the audio and doing some very clever cuts. Bland and stupid characters, boring plot points. It's professionally done and is far closer to the classic trilogy in theme. Star Wars: Episode 9 is expected to reach theaters in 2019, followed by the third Star Wars Anthology film in 2020. We to choose for an edited version but the version my friend found was an edit of all 3 movies running at 2:40 hours.
It's sad in a way. For the curious, West includes a list of edits and variations with each video on his. At least the pleading that the fate of the two societies are linked speech would have established some sort of premise. I think this is pretty awesome. By the standards of your average quoran I'm a prequels fan, but even I would readily admit that the nature of their flaws makes them pretty hard to iron out. Not make it a Fanedit, but a FanFix - more of a remake, if you will. I think this is the best edit yet.
They Lightsaber about as good as Stormtroopers shoot. For all three Prequel Trilogy re-edits, head on over. Turns out that I needed to cut about 15 minutes of cheese in order to get this baby down to about 2 hours and 5 minutes. I was inspired by Adywan's fanedit. Be aware that the editor didn't bother with the third movie, as he felt it was impossible to save but there is the anti-cheese version. The cut gets the job done by trimming the fat and, obviously, removes a lot of the cheesiness.
I watched The Phantom menace, and there are still a few things I would have removed. First and foremost, any mention of midichlorians have been completely removed, as have many scenes involving Jake Lloyd's Anakin. Knowing how many different takes there are on The Phantom Menace - and has been since 1999! Without completely remaking the movies, the Prequel Trilogy will always be laughably bad when compared to the original films. Materialized from out of nowhere was a good film that had been hidden inside the disappointing original one. Now, as reported by , devotee has crafted a thoroughly hacked version of the prequels which cuts out many of the corny elements many fans felt bogged down the prequel trilogy. I could have done without it for this one. Adding an atrociously bad Jabba the Hutt scene to A New Hope, throwing in an embarrassing new musical number in Return of the Jedi, and Greedo shooting first — these were Lucasfilm trolling us, softening us up for The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith.
Anakin is less childish and more focused. I: Attack of the Phantom, on TheForce. Cutting and reordering footage allows for more logical and connected action sequences. In past, many budding amateur editors have responded to the perceived travesty of the and the prequels. Here, Jar Jar Binks is a bystander, Droid-speak is largely removed. Fans, in other words, have continually been taking it upon themselves to save Star Wars from itself. Star Trek vs Star Wars.
The Phantom Edit wasn't the first fanedit, but it is certainly one of the most famous and brought the art of fanediting into the mainstream. Yet during their mission, the Jedi will encounter dangers that could lead to the end of the Galactic Republic, as well as the Jedi Order itself… The Silent Menace is The Phantom Menace completely re-imagined and re-written based entirely on the visuals and John Williams score. And thus The Ancient Lore was born. If you want to check out my Anti Cheese edit of Phantom. The fans are here to help. Only then could it actually be worth many years of my time. Honestly, I thought that was about all I needed to do, because Jar Jar only said 2 words in this film so I thought it would be an easy edit.
C3P0 isn't even seen except in one longshot! I liked the idea of the subtitles with an alien voice over Jar-Jar's original, like when listening to a Hut. These edits take out what you, a battle-hardened Original Star Wars Trilogy fan, consider the cringe-worthy bits of The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, and Revenge of the Sith. All content posted by our users is dedicated to the public domain. They also just announced ways other fans can take it upon themselves to clean up their original version of The Empire Strikes Back as well. If studios executives were any smarts at all, they would organize events where fanedits of a movie would compete against one another. Heavily Edited Versions of Star Wars Prequels Remove the Cheese.
These versions of the films are obviously not George Lucas approved, nor are they distributed with the full consent of Disney or Lucasfilm. So it had to be a professional. In the , software developer and Star Wars fan Rod Hilton sets out a way to experience the saga by simply rearranging the movies. Growing up with the go-go-go action of the original films often made the prequels feel like period piece documentaries — interesting but ham-fisted. I thought he acted quite well.