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- Entire Prequel Trilogy edited into one pretty good film
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Entire Prequel Trilogy edited into one pretty good film
Editing has always played a huge part in Star Wars. One of the huge keys to A New Hope’s success was it fast paced editing. As the story goes, the original cut was embarrassingly dull & boring. George Lucas’ then wife Marcia Lucas was brought in, sped things up and went on to win a rare Star Wars Oscar.
Starting most notably with The Phantom Editor, fans have been remixing The Wars for years. This “Star Wars I-III: A Phantom Edit” is one of the best combining all three Prequel films into one high action adventure. Starting off with the climatic duel between Obi-Wan, Qui-Gon & Darth Maul is a inspired decision by creator Andrew Kwan.
Whilst I don’t think calling it “A Phantom Edit” is that cool as Mike J. Nichols is “The Phantom Editor”, but branding aside it’s a awesome piece of work that also makes you yearn for what could’ve been.