View "Star Wars Uncut" - A Full-Length Crowdsourced Version of Star Wars

This is too clever to pass up. Developer Casey Pugh spearheaded a project that sliced up the original Star Wars into 15 second segments and asked the public to claim a scene and film it in any shape or form. Pugh and his team then stitched together the 474 scenes to a full-length version of Star Wars entitled "Star Wars Uncut."

Too funny. Every 15 seconds a completely new look based on the creativity of random people. Everything from high end digital animation, Lego figures, real people in costumes, sock puppets, paper bags, clay figures, you name it. Grab a group of friends and enjoying laughing out loud at the random cleverness of this unique patchwork of Star Wars storyline.

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