This is Lola Groundhog Day, oozing with style and unfolding with occiput-smacking newness. The rhythm is urgent, as if Back to the Future were put on a giant, motorized hamster wheel. Even the cover art is brilliant, paralleling Run Lola Run's poster in structure and theme.
I would give this masterpiece an eleven, but I can't find the fucking button.
Another MASTERPIECE of fanediting by Blueyoda.
Every shot and piece of music is so exactly where it should be from A to Z that it's becoming embarrassing to continue to make fanedits after you watch something like that.
Some could find technical flaws, but knowing Blueyoda it's either that he could not do otherwise to achieve an effect he wanted or because it's deliberate (and yes I'm a proud apologetic fan!)
Watch it NOW.
Audio/Video Quality: 9
It looks great. I'd guess this was made using the Blu-Ray source as the resultant SD image looks very nice.
Visual Editing: 10
I am in awe of BlueYoda's talent, vision and invention. Truly taking fanediting to a professional level both technically and above all creatively. 10/10 almost isn't good enough for the work here.
Audio Editing: 10
The new music was wonderful, inspired and seemless. Perfection.
So, so cleverly put together giving the viewer a totally fresh perspective on the source.
Loved it from the first frame to the last. I'd almost knock a point off because I was bummed out by the end of the edit by how amateurish my editing skills are by comparison to BlueYoda's LOL
I may be biased, but this is the absolute stand-out for me. Blueyoda had mentioned this idea a while ago and I honestly never thought he'd pull it off. But by golly... This may not be the most popular yoda-blue assembly, but it's a must-see.