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    Posted on 08-17-2014 08:08 PM  Number of Views: 154 
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    njvc presents his new fanedit, The Dark Knight Saga Recut - Part I.
    This series of edits intends to streamline Nolan's Batman films, keeping the tone consistent throughout and emphasizing the strongest elements of the series.

    njvc:
    "Batman Begins is a great origin story, establishing the gritty and realistic tone that would come to define Nolan's trilogy. Unfortunately, the film is also weighed down by numerous issues, including clunky exposition, poor attempts at humour, distracting CGI effects, and an overly yellow colour grade in many scenes. This edit attempts to fix those issues, hopefully strengthening this already great film and allowing its stronger elements to shine through."

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    Posted on 08-17-2014 08:04 PM  Number of Views: 113 
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    njvc presents his new fanedit, The Dark Knight Saga Recut - Part II.
    This series of edits intends to streamline Nolan's Batman films, keeping the tone consistent throughout and emphasizing the strongest elements of the series.

    njvc:
    "The Dark Knight is undoubtedly the crowning achievement of Nolan's Bat-Trilogy. It is rightly considered a classic of modern cinema, however, it is still victim to many of the flaws that plague the trilogy as a whole, including poor humour, weak performances from supporting characters, clunky exposition and jarring narrative details. This edit attempts to tighten up The Dark Knight, trimming those elements that detracted from this wonderful film, hopefully allowing what remains to be all the more enjoyable as a result."

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    Posted on 08-17-2014 07:43 PM  Number of Views: 206 
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    njvc presents his new fanedit, The Dark Knight Saga Recut - Part III.
    This series of edits intends to streamline Nolan's Batman films, keeping the tone consistent throughout and emphasizing the strongest elements of the series.

    njvc:
    "The Dark Knight Rises has some of the strongest elements of Nolan's trilogy, but is ultimately weighed down by its bloated running time, illogical narrative (especially in the 3rd act), jokey one-liners, and arguably, the failure to stick the landing in the film's final moments. This edit aims to strip down The Dark Knight Rises to its core, emphasising the stronger aspects of the story and hopefully offering a more emotionally satisfying conclusion to Batman's story as a whole."

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    Posted on 08-04-2014 02:25 PM  Number of Views: 135 
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    Wraith presents his new fanedit, Fallen Hero.
    What happens when you take the padding of 'Gran Torino' out and replace it with flashbacks to Walt "Highway" Kowalski's life in the US Marines, from 'Heartbreak Ridge'? You get 'Fallen Hero', a Clint Eastwood mashup. Now you have a character who is meaner and driven by his past to do right! And boy does he!


    Wraith:
    "In 2012 a friend of mine suggested using Gran Torino as the anchor for a mashup of half a dozen Clint Eastwood movies to show how mean and dangerous his character was (...) A rough assembly was put together but it was tonally inconsistent and I abandoned the edit. Then it struck me that the character in 'Gran Torino' is the same as in 'Heartbreak Ridge'. Clint gives a deep gravely performance in both. Bingo! The edit came back to life...and here it finally is."







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    Posted on 08-04-2014 02:15 PM  Number of Views: 251 
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    NewSpock presents his new fanedit, Star Wars Reimagined.
    'Star Wars Reimagined' forms the original-trilogy into a single movie of 226 minutes and you won't see any ewoks at all.

    NewSpock:
    "I love Star Wars (The original-trilogy that is) but some things bothered me.
    For example; The destruction of the Death Star was instrumental in the finales of two out of three movies, Luke Skywalker's confrontation with the Emperor and Vader at the end of Star Wars VI had little meaning for the overall battle and the biggest problem I had, was with the Ewoks story-element. On top of that, I had grievances with changes introduced with the Special-Editions, like that Greedo shoots before Han shoots, the introduced new CGI-animals, the new "Star Wars music" band in Jabba's palace and Vader saying "Nooo…".
    With 'Star Wars Reimagined', I hope to fix all of these grievances in one fell swoop."

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    Posted on 08-04-2014 02:10 PM  Number of Views: 129 
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    TM2YC presents a high quality presentation of a fanedit by Steven Soderbergh, Heaven's Gate: The Butcher's Cut.
    Steven Soderbergh made a fanedit of Michael Cimino's much maligned 1980 epic 'Heaven's Gate' back in 2006 (For his own amusement). This year he decided to release it onto the internet via his blog, but the visual quality was very poor, as it was cut from the un-restored DVD (Also compressed for streaming).
    Faneditor TM2YC recreated 'The Butcher's Cut' frame-by-frame based on the restored 2012 'Heaven's Gate' Blu-Ray. It's Steven Soderbergh's fanedit with TM2YC just presenting it in the best possible light.

    TM2YC:
    "While every care has been taken to reproduce the 180 or so visual cuts exactly, some shots differ by a frame or two. This is due to tiny differences in the source movie from the DVD to the Blu-Ray. I have also tried to reproduce the "spirit" of Soderbergh's soundmix. However, I've made my own adjustments to the mix, to further smooth transitions and improve small areas, when I thought it necessary."





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    Posted on 07-29-2014 12:00 PM  Number of Views: 198 
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    Ranger613 presents a new fanedit, Ben-Hur: Prince of Jerusalem.
    This edit removes almost all instances of the tale of Christianity, to focus on Ben-Hur, his quest for vengeance, redemption and salvation, all in the far more manageable time of 2 hours and 24 minutes.

    Ranger613:
    "As great as the original was, I felt that a far more streamlined version of Ben-Hur's story could be told by focusing on his trials and quest for revenge. All the extra plot points are dropped, but every key scene is retained (especially the chariot race) so that any viewer would get the full experience of this classic in less time."



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