I’m trying to watch Logan Noir anyone know how to find it?
This is edit was great!! Would you ever edit Phantom Menace and Tales of the Jedi together?
Your Mandalorian edits are amazing!! Have you ever considered editing Phantom Menace and Tales of the Jedi together?
I just watched Book 1. It was phenomenal!! Great Work!!
A couple of nitpicky things that I noticed. It’s incredible how you shortened the beginning on the ice planet. The only thing that seemed off to me was the cut between “Is it true you guys never take off your helmets?” and Mando putting the blue guy in carbonite. For some reason, the tones of those two moments didn’t mix well to me. I couldn’t tell if it was supposed to be a funny moment or if it was supposed to make Mando look gritty. Maybe it would work better if you completely cut out any scenes with Mando and the blue guy on the razor crest and let the audience figure out that the blue guy was put in carbon freeze in that shot that happens when Mando is talking to Carga on Nevaro.
I also wished there were some “clang” sound effects for the Armorer when she’s making Mando’s shoulder plate, but I like how you moved Mando’s flashbacks.
Speaking of which, having the prison break before Mando saves the kid was brilliant. It helps the story seem more about a man who had forgotten his creed but is reminded by the child he saves. In the scene where Mando has the Twilek guy at gunpoint, and the twilek is saying something to the effect of “I thought you were a man of honor,” maybe you could first reveal Mando’s backstory in that part instead of when Mando’s looking at Grogu’s crib in the dumpster. At that moment, this criminal tells Mando how he thought Mandalorians fought with honor. Maybe that’s when he remembers his creed and who he is and when he decides to go back for Grogu. The way you cut that first bit of the flashback was fine, but I think it would work better as an epiphany during that prison break after he left Grogu behind instead of when he’s back on Nevaro about to save Grogu. However, the second half of the flashback and how you mixed Din being saved by Mandalorians with Din and Grogu being saved by Mandalorians was brilliant.
That’s all I could think of, and this stuff is just little nitpicky issue. None of them ruined the movie for me. I thought it was fantastic. Thanks for all the work you do.
Hey, could I get a Link?
This edit was seamless. I enjoyed it! Are you going to make a Pt. 2 as well?
Maybe you could use them as an after-credit scene for a Loki movie?
I’ve been considering this idea for a while, and I hope one of you talented editors will also be interested.
Is it possible to edit the Loki Series into a movie? What are some things you would edit out? What would you add to it?
Could you include the Ant-Man after Credit scenes?
Thanks, dude, You got mad skills, and this edit idea is dope. Do you still have your WandaVision Edit?
Hey, Cameron Samurai,
I just finished watching the Dark Stand, and I enjoyed it. The way you included the flashbacks from Apocalypse was cool. This edit revealed the narrative of Charles becoming a bad guy and how Jean losing control of her powers sent Mutant and Human relationships back. What might improve the narrative even more is finding a way to resolve the tension between Jean and Charles, not necessarily in a good way, but maybe you could return the scene where Jean kills Charles. You probably took that out because Charles is alive in Logan, so maybe that wouldn’t work. But if there was some way to bring the relationship full circle at the end, I think it would help. Perhaps the scene where she kills Charles could be played as a mental battle? I don’t know if you need the monologue or the scenes with Jean in the medical bay or the scene with the Cyclops at the end. Maybe instead of bringing her back to like, you can use the shot of the Phoenix flying at the end of Dark Phoenix.
I kinda wish there was a little more included with Wolverine’s origin and how he became part of the X- Men because, as it is now, it seems like he randomly becomes the main character, and it seems out of left field to me. I like how you took out the romance between Wolverine and Jean, though. Also, since no one in the X-Men is supposed to have seen Jean in years, Wolverine seems too emotionally invested in her before he kills her. Maybe you could cut out more dialogue between them in that last scene, but that could make him seem heartless. Maybe you could replace the dialogue with a flashback to the scene where Jean restores his memories maybe?
I think for Magneto. Maybe you should edit to wear Jean stays with Magneto in the Dark Phoenix portion of the movie. That way, it’s less confusing when he talks to her later in the woods in the Last Stand portion. To make it seem like he took her in then and there. You could put the newscast about Mutants being arrested in stuff after she attacks the cops and kills Mystique, and also makes it seem like Magneto never became a pacifist. And I don’t know if this is worth including, but maybe you could add the scene from Apocalypse where Magneto’s family is killed?
I think the final battle could use some editing. Jean’s supposed to be this all-powerful being, but she just stands there the whole time. Magneto’s emo squad and Angel could be minimized a little more. I like how you included Angel’s story in the beginning and gave his dad motivation to make the cure, but after that, I don’t know how important they are, and I think they could be taken out of the final battle altogether. I don’t think the story with Rogue and Bobby is that important, either, since they’re not at the film’s beginning.
I like how you are trying to give this movie a happy ending, but I think the story might work better as a tragedy and would lead to Logan more effectively. That being said, you’re an editing genius. These movies tie together better than I ever thought they would. Thanks for putting in all the effort to make this. I will watch X-Men movies like this from now on, First Class, Days of Future Past, and then the Dark Stand. Thanks again. You’re a real talent.
I have a couple:
Loki Series Movie edit that maybe cuts down some of the boring bits and includes the Ant-Man after-credit scene.
Moon Knight Movie Edit, with some revisions as well.
Phantom Menace and AOTC with Dooku TOTJ interspersed.
Dr. Strange and the Multiverse Madness revision cuts much of the dumb stuff out. Maybe including a Wandavision intended addition without the Bohner and the other not-funny characters.
Wednesday movie edit that cuts some of the plot lines that don’t go anywhere.
Star Wars Rebels episodes that include Ahsoka edited together and revised, including the TOTJ stories.
Source Code edit that changes the end to wear the soldier dies at the end, and they don’t ruin it by trying to set up a sequel.
Batman Begins revised.
Cool! I was disappointed with the new episode and immediately thought, “I hope AcBagel’s making an edit of this.” I thought it was a flashback too. But the alligator was dumb. Maybe you could cut after the kid puts his helmet on. I think the scene with him and the armorer was kind of redundant since they already discussed that he had to go to Mandalore.
I see what you’re saying, maybe I am a little too hard on 99.
I’ve never heard of the smudger edit do they still send links?
So far, I’ve watched up to the 501’st legion. I like this idea, and you have done a great job making the story more interesting. So far, the 501st Legion is my favorite edit, and I think it had the potential to save the origin of the 501st for people who might not have liked those episodes before.
I also had this idea; you don’t have to do this. This is my opinion, but I think the 501st legion could have been a great first episode. Considering that this story is about the Clone Wars, it would have been cool if Lucas and Filoni had started the series with an episode about clones, the 501st, no less. Also, I don’t think the Malevolence or Gunray Arc is important. I know it technically has some character development for Ahsoka. Still, to me, it’s not done that well to the point that I don’t notice it as any character development. But it’s up to you.
Tracking back to the 501st Legion, I think it’s close to being a great edit. These are just a couple of bugs I noticed that, if fixed, could elevate the edit, in my opinion.
- I feel like it’s a little weird to put the scene with Echo and Fives meeting Shakti so close to the beginning as you did. I think I can hear where you added fives saying “echo.” I assume to make the story congruent and not have any nameless characters immediately, but I think it might be better to have that somewhere else.
- I like that you started the episode with the pan over Kamino and the Bounty hunter instructor yelling at Domino Squad. Still, I think the transition might be smoother if you had the bounty hunter’s voice coming in while we watch the pan over Tepoka city.
- Some transitions seem quick like they don’t feel smooth or natural. I don’t think this is your fault. I think it’s just the nature of how the episodes were made since Clone Wars wasn’t edited that well, to begin with. But if you can find a way to make the transitions a little slower and smoother and help the characters interact and deliver their lines more slowly and smoothly, I think it will help. Also, when I watch episodes about Domino Squad and members of the 501st, I like to watch those as if 5s and Echo are the main characters—their story from Domino Squad to Echo’s death at the Citadel to 5s discovery of the inhibitor chips. I think it would help if you minimized Heavy and Cut Ups rolls in the story to draw more attention to 5s and Echo. I don’t know if this could work, but maybe you could cut out the Domino Squad episode and start with the base episode.
- This isn’t your fault, but 99’s story is rough. In the invasion of Kamino, he gets an arc trooper killed by running around and distracting him, and then he almost makes 5s shoot a bunch of young clones. Also, his death is dumb. There is a hallway on the other side of the barracks where he could have run, but instead, he ran right in front of the droids and was just an obvious target. I see what they were trying to go for, but it wasn’t done well. And the part where their hiding in the barracks seems a little awkward given the 5s or Echo just asked 99 where to got to get a better shot at the droids, but then when the trainees show up saying they were going to the barracks for some reason they all go there and one of the clones gives this lame speech. There’s not much you can change about that, but I think cutting straight from “we were headed to the barracks” to the clone ambushing the droids in the barracks with the trainees popping out of the sleeping pods I think would be a little cooler. Another thing with this episode is when a Rex tells 5s and Echo that they showed strength and valor, and then “reminds me of me actually.” I can’t tell if he’s joking or if the writers wrote that line without noticing how arrogant that sounded. That being said, the invasion of Kamino is pretty cool.
That’s all I can think of for the 501st episode. But I have other things that aren’t bugs, just personal opinions.
- I think the words at the beginning of the episode, “Conflicts arise…” is cool in the first episode, but it becomes a little redundant after a while. Also, I wonder if you should put more subtle music behind the words at the beginning to make them easier to read. I go back and forth on this because I like how the title comes in on the drop.
I think that’s all I have for now. I hope I don’t sound like a jerk. Your edit is great, and I think your idea is brilliant. Thanks for putting in all this hard work and positively contributing to the fandom. This is a fan edit I’ve wanted someone to do since I finished my first watch-through of the CW, so I appreciate what your doing here. Sorry for the long post.
May the Force be with You.
Yeah, I agree. I liked it better when I thought they were just that bent on following orders. The chips seem like lazy writing. What’s funny, though, is that in the Bad Batch, they seem like they’re trying to backtrack on it. What with some clones acting like people instead of microchipped zombies inexplicably? I liked the Clone Wars Finale, but I wonder if it would have been more satisfying to see the Clones struggle with the moral dilemma of following orders or doing what they thought was right. Especially Rex since he was seen as a very dogmatic character who took his service to the republic seriously.
I’ve been watching the Prequels for years and only recently noticed that Obi-Wan sees the doner of the Clone DNA (Jango) at Kamino and then sees Jango standing right next to Dooku, the guy who started the Clone Wars in the first place. It’s confusing to think about how they didn’t connect the dots there. This ruins the episodes where Anakin and Obi-Wan investigate the death of Syfo Dias and then find out that way that Dooku ordered the clones when they should have realized he had something to do with it when they saw him and Jango together, especially since they didn’t know where the Clones came from. The more I think about it, the more glaring this plot hole seems.
It’s frustrating to see this type of narrative oversight repeatedly happen, especially with most of Disney’s content. Why are good writers so hard to find?
I enjoy ROTS + CW Finale edits. Is there some way to edit them as a “No Chip” Cut per se? Hopefully, with a better name than that. That sounds insanely hard. You would have to find a way to get through the CW Finale by cutting out the scene where Ahsoka finds out about the chips and then finds Rex’s Chip. But I don’t think that would be possible without making the story seem disjointed. Not to mention that they interspersed that narrative throughout the bad batch and rebels now.
Anyways, I agree with you. Sorry for ranting.
Hey can I get a link?
Are you editing the audio books?
This sounds cool can’t wait to check it out. Could I have a link?
Just watched it, and I LOVE IT!!!
You nailed it!! I love how you included music from the Prequels. It ties the story together for me. Well done!! I was genuinely moved at the end when Luke was saying goodbye to his father, and Anakin killed Palpatine and was finally rid of his evil.
The theme from the Mandalorian season 1 finale you included was a nice touch.
Before I watched this movie, I only enjoyed a few minutes in the end with Luke and Vader. But I enjoyed every single second of this edit.
I can’t say enough how much I enjoyed this. You have such a gift. Thank you for putting in all the work to make this. I appreciate it so much. My dad and I are both avid Star Wars Fans, and I can’t wait to watch it with him.
May The Force be With You.