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#1292668
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The Last Jedi: Rekindled (RELEASED!)
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Here’s a suggestion: Luke should have his lightsaber from Return of the Jedi on Crait, because the whole “Luke is a projection” thing was very predictable (mainly due to the blue lightsaber, the same design from the flashbacks, and the fact that he didn’t get hurt by the AT-ATs). So, giving Luke his lightsaber from Return of the Jedi would make the whole projection thing less predictable. What do you think?

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#1291901
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The Last Jedi: Rekindled (RELEASED!)
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EddieDean said:

What would be an appropriate recolouring?

I think either red or gold works. I mean, the First Order sometimes uses the color red, like the red banner in Hux’s speech or even the new Sith Troopers in IX. And as for gold, as the other user pointed out, there IS a golden Stormtrooper in Resistance.

ChainsawAsh said:

If you think it’s that easy, maybe you should give it a shot.

I don’t have After Effects, but I’ll put a photoshopped image of Phasma here. However, I currently have school, so I’m too busy to do this. I’ll do it over the weekend, if I have time.

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#1291783
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The Last Jedi: Rekindled (RELEASED!)
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ChainsawAsh said:

I mean, yeah, but Poppasketti’s post explains exactly why just doing that isn’t enough.

You can remove her from the movie, but the scene she’s featured in doesn’t work without her. Best idea anyone’s had is redubbing her lines and maybe also recoloring her armor to make her into an entirely different stormtrooper-in-command, but both of those things are tricky and haven’t really been attempted yet.

Try doing the whole “recoloring the armor” in Adobe After Effects?

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#1291626
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The Last Jedi: Rekindled (RELEASED!)
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I have a suggestion for you: can you remove Phasma from the entire movie? There was no point in bringing her back, there wasn’t an explanation for why she survived being thrown in a trash compactor on a planet that promptly exploded, and even though the fight was removed she’s still a wasted character because in your version she’s killed in Holdo’s suicide attack.

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#1285691
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DISCUSSION: How would you re-edit "Battlefield Earth"?
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Battlefield Earth has been known to be one of the worst films of all-time, and so far there aren’t any fan edits or even posts explaining how they would fix the film.

The thing about Battlefield Earth is, it was criticized for the fact that 95% of the shots are slanted, terrible acting, poor script, overuse of color filters throughout the film, lackluster CGI effects, and an awful soundtrack that consists of nothing but a droning noise, as well as some major plot holes.

I know this seems impossible, but try to correctly positioning most of the slanted shots so it won’t be slanted, do voice-overs (that sound accurate to the characters) to fix the bad acting and fix some plot holes, put in better music so that it won’t sound like a droning noise, change the color filters, etc.

How would you re-edit Battlefield Earth, so it can be improved? Make sure to comment below, and good luck, ladies and gentlemen!