Star Wars Uncut, the ambitious crowdsourcing project that asked fans from around the world to recreate the original Star Wars film in 15 second segments, has finally been edited together into a full-length "Director's Cut" version of Episode IV: A New Hope. A crazy-quilt valentine from legions of Star Wars fans worldwide to the object of their affection, it is, quite simply, required viewing -- if not for love of the franchise, then for the sheer variety of the segments, which transform the iconic characters into computer animations, puppets, beer bottles, cats and Legos, reimagine scenes in the format of children's books, text adventures, infomercials, and news reports and even include a Kill Bill/Mos Eisley Cantina dismemberment homage. Check it out below, and say goodbye to the next two hours of your life.
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