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After the popularization of the Schneider cut of Justice League, the re-edit phenomenon has finally ebbed from hardcore fans correcting crappy contributions to their favorite franchises, to a legitimate cinematic movement and art form. This has been so noteworthy culturally that many studios and IP holders are strongly considering capitalizing on this phenomena with refreshing experimental rehashing of classic movies, or as a fiscal stop-gap for undercooked blockbuster duds like The Last Jedi. What are your thoughts of re-edits? Should they be the new normal on streaming and even the big screen? Or should they just be a fan-base fancy? Where do you think this is all heading artistically and why?