A belated Merry Christmas!
The last releases of the decade… here are all recent edits starting from the second week of December:
A simple extended edition of Spider-Man: Far From Home, reintegrating three deleted scenes back into the film, adding four extra minutes of content.
An epic two-in-one edit of Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame. Combining the two films, along with credits scenes from Ant-Man and the Wasp and Captain Marvel. Additionally, the pacing has been quickened, with the aim of making a more digestible re-watch experience.
“I appreciate what Jim Carrey and Ron Howard did for the movie, but the problem with Carrey’s humor is that it was great in the 90’s, but now it just feels a bit much. I really liked A LOT of what they did to flesh out the story, I tried to keep it more focused on the story and less on giving Jim Carrey several minutes of complete improv sessions.”
What if Timothy Dalton’s first Bond adventure was a more complete break from Roger Moore’s jokes? This edit tries to answer that.
A Netflix style presentation of The Dark Crystal: “Long ago the Skeksis eradicated the Gelfling clans to preserve their dominion over the world of Thra. Now, a lone Gelfling, Jen, must fulfill an ancient prophesy to heal the Crystal of Power and restore order to his world.”
After re-energizing the present-day Turtles, the Turtles of the past have only 3 hours to get back to their time, or they will all cease to exist. Meanwhile, during the 15 hours it took to re-energize the Turtles, the remainder of Dregg’s invasion fleet has been completed and has been unleashed on the city and now the Turtles and Carter have to stop Dregg, Krang, and Shredder.
“…I’ve made Anderson’s theory at the beginning of Empty Hearse official as the climax to this story, and thus canonising Sherlock and Molly, with Sherlock hanging out with her in exile, the edit ends with Sherlock looking to get back into the game after two years of laying low, he wants Molly to help him, Molly wants dinner…and we leave it there at that. The end. Toss seasons three and four aside, and go down with this ‘ship!”