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Hobbit, or There and Back Again, The
FanFix Updated March 03, 2019 13680 0 1 0 7
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There and Back again turns the three films into two volumes which focuses on Bilbo's adventure, but in context of Thorin's journey as well. Their stories are intertwined so this edit seeks to strip away as many elements as possible that interfere with their respective stories. This is not a 'book' cut that seeks to conform to the novel, so it maintains many of the added story elements that help it serve as a prequel or bridge to Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy, but they are reduced and tightened up so as to not interfere with the primary focus of Bilbo's journey.
 
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Anchorman: The Alarm Clock Cut
FanMix December 30, 2012 3803 0 1 0 2
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Anchorman like you’ve never seen it before. This fanedit takes the primary story elements of the direct-to-DVD release of Wake Up Ron Burgundy and re-integrates them into the narrative of Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy. In effect, this fanedit approximates the original version of the film that was rejected by preview audiences.
 
8.7 (5)
Superman: Son of Jor-El
FanMix Updated June 02, 2019 4228 0 1 0 8
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This edit combines Superman The Movie and Superman II into a single narrative that strips out the distractions of Lex Luther’s land-grab and instead focuses on the relationship between Kal-El and his father Jor-El, and the challenges that Superman faces in accepting his duty and destiny. With an entirely new ending that does not rely on time travel or memory-wiping kisses, we finally have a Superman with an ending of consequence, where the events we invested our time watching, have meaning.
 
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Large's Ark
FanFix June 20, 2012 1822 0 1 0 1
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Zach Braff’s charming Garden State is retold with a more serious, emotional undertone. This edit uses deleted material and a new soundtrack to create a more intimate and revealing view of Large’s journey.
 
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Star Wars - Episode III: Dawn of the Empire
FanFix Updated July 20, 2017 15138 0 1 0 21
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This is the final installment of L8wrtr’s Star Wars Prequel Trilogy. Building on the improvements to characters, relationships and motivations made in his edits of Episodes I & II, Dawn of the Empire creates a subtle but more realistic and tragic fall from grace for Anakin. This edit provides a more comprehensive and emotionally charged conclusion to the Prequels in preparation for the Original Trilogy.
 
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Star Wars - Episode II: The Republic Divided
FanFix Updated April 27, 2020 12406 0 1 0 18
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The Republic Divided continues the approach that L8wrtr established in his first edit, Shadow of the Sith. This fanedit radically improves the relationships between the key players of the Prequel, creating believable friendships and more importantly a love story which is no longer creepy and forced. The action sequences are drastically altered to improve pacing and keep the focus on story. This chapter is key in recreating a
 
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Star Wars - Episode I: Shadow of the Sith
FanFix Updated December 10, 2018 35819 0 1 0 30
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The first fanedit in the L8wrtr Star Wars Prequel Trilogy, Shadow of the Sith both radically improves The Phantom Manace as well as sets the tone for the entire re-edited prequel universe. With a focus on quality characters, improved pacing and relentless removal of childish humor and redundant story-telling, this edit bends Episode I back into the direction of the Original Trilogy, respecting concepts established
 
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