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  • stupid studio interference, messing with the director's vision.

  • Hey, everyone, I'm Rebecca and welcome to watch Mojo.

  • Today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 extended director's cuts that made a movie better.

  • This is as much yours as it is mine I'd be proud of.

  • Don't be ridiculous Belongs to you.

  • You spent our large was your idea.

  • You were the instigator.

  • That means we're looking at various directors cuts and extended versions that made the movie far better than its theatrical counterpart.

  • All right, let's get fullest.

  • If you like what you're hearing to be sure to check out the full song at the link below, Baby.

  • No, baby, you like it by me.

  • Number 10.

  • The current war.

  • This movie should have been better than it.

  • Waas.

  • You think I'm being absurd?

  • It recounts the electric rivalry between Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse, and it stars the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Michael Shannon and Tom Holland.

  • Despite the intriguing historical premise and outstanding cast, the movie was rushed through post production and received poor reviews when it debuted a tip in 2017.

  • Following that, director Alfonso Gomez Farhaan raised enough money to film some reshoots and trimmed roughly 10 minutes from the movie.

  • Already don't think it can be done.

  • Why?

  • Because he would have already done it.

  • The result was the current war director's Cut, which was theatrically released in October 2019.

  • While it still wasn't great by any means, it was a heck of a lot better than the festival version.

  • Actually, completing a movie will do that soon.

  • All these people have electric leg, and no one will even remember it ever happened.

  • Number nine.

  • Once upon a Time in America for the most blatant and egregious example of studio interference in movie history, we give you Once Upon a Time in America this was director Sergio Leone's Opus, a roughly four hour long gangster epic Waiting All My Life in the Ladd Company shredded into ribbons due to a combination of the absurd length concerns over the graphic violence and the wish for more money, the distributor's cut the film down to just 139 minutes.

  • What chance is there that a crazy thing like this might succeed?

  • Yes, an hour and a half's worth of material was missing from the movie.

  • Not only that they completely re edited the story into Quanah Logical Order, which, of course, ruined the pacing flow and intended dramatic plotting.

  • Luckily, the movie has since been made right and is now regarded as a masterpiece.

  • Getting no number eight.

  • Daredevil superheroes have been ruling the cinema since the early two thousands, but Dear Devil is like that one friend nobody really likes.

  • Yeah, they're there, but nobody really pays them any attention.

  • At least such is the case with the theatrical version.

  • However, an extended director's cut was released in 2000 for which considerably improved the quality of the film.

  • Somebody has been talking, but he always does.

  • It added roughly 30 minutes of new material, but it also cut some sequences, like Matt's Confessions and a love scene between Electra and Matt.

  • Included in the new material was a brand new subplot involving Coolio's Dante Jackson, a flashback scene with Matt and his adoptive mother and more brutal and visceral violence.

  • It was a vast improvement on a really bad movie.

  • Take it into consideration.

  • Number seven.

  • Troy Homer's Iliad deserved a better adaptation that 2000 four's Troy.

  • If they ever tell my story, let them say I walked with Giants.

  • Luckily, that better adaptation came in the form of the 2007 directors cut.

  • Warner Home Video pumped $1 million into its creation, which included significant edits and reintroduced 30 minutes of footage back into the movie thing.

  • Director's cut includes far more nudity and graphic violence, including a much longer and far more sickening depiction of the sacking of Troy.

  • It also expands the story and allows for better character development, especially for pre M and Sean Bean's Odysseus, who was unfortunately sidelined in the theatrical release.

  • More character work, more realistic violence and more story.

  • What's not to love your brother?

  • We were told.

  • King Odysseus is hit in the hills.

  • What?

  • This is bastard.

  • Drink my wine and never Number six.

  • Apocalypse Now Redux Fan opinion remains firmly divided on the necessity and quality of reduction.

  • For some, Apocalypse now is perfect as it is.

  • I love the smell of napalm in the morning.

  • For others, Re Ducks serves as a wonderful expansion oven already fantastic film, and we say expansion lightly because Redux is like a whole new movie.

  • Hey, Lance, what do you think?

  • It's beautiful of course, there is the 49 minutes worth of new material, including a second meeting with the playmates and an interaction with French colonists on a rubber plantation.

  • But there's also a new score and an updated color balance, which required cinematographer Vittorio Storaro to permanently cut the original negative of the film.

  • The results were divisive but undeniably mesmerizing.

  • Number five Superman to the Richard Donner cut Superman to suffered under a problematic production.

  • You say this to me when you know I will kill you for it.

  • Director Richard Donner was fired when the movie was 75% complete, and Richard Lester was brought in to replace him.

  • In order to receive the director's credit, Lester reshot a majority of Donner scenes.

  • It wasn't until 2006 that we finally saw Donner's vision, and it was glorious.

  • I ask you now to pronounce that on those accused on this this mindless aberration, whose only means of expression are wanton violence and destruction.

  • The Richard Donner cut is practically a different movie altogether, containing a different opening and ending new scenes, alternate takes and a far more serious tone.

  • Terribly sorry about all the damage.

  • It's obviously a little rough around the edges as Donor never completed his original movie.

  • But it certainly makes for a fascinating glimpse into an alternate history.

  • And what could have been.

  • If you hear me now, then you have made use of the only means left Number four Watchman.

  • When Watchman was released in 2009 it received a divisive response.

  • Viewers loved the style and risk taking, but criticized the over reliance on action and confusing narrative.

  • Following the middling theatrical release, two new versions were concocted.

  • The first was an extended director's cut, which included 20 minutes of additional footage.

  • Good to see a uniformed Daniel I should know No, you Needed was nice pair of legs to motivate you.

  • And then we have the ultimate cut, which took the director's cut and intertwined it with scenes from the fictional comic book Tales of the Black freighter.

  • I knew again the stench of Powder Springs.

  • The result was a 215 minute behemoth that many comic fans consider to be the definitive and most accurate version of the film.

  • And it wouldn't be the last time fans expressed interest in seeing the director's cut of a Zack Snyder film Did you really think it would Kill Me?

  • I have walked across the surface of the sun.

  • I have witnessed events so tiny and so fast they can hardly be said to have occurred at all.

  • Number three Kingdom of Heaven Ridley Scott scored a massive hit with Gladiator, so he returned to the swords and sandals.

  • Epics are with Kingdom of Heaven, which followed a blacksmith who fought in the Crusades.

  • It was, um, no.

  • Gladiator currently sits at 39% on rotten tomatoes and performed poorly at the box office.

  • Scott blamed the poor reaction on test audiences and studio interference, and he quickly went to work on a director's cut.

  • What man is a man who does not make the world?

  • He reinstated 45 minutes of cut material back into the movie, and these added scenes brought much needed character development and clearer motivations, you know, and you, uh, it also helped expand the story and added some much needed depth of emotion.

  • The result was a resounding success that critics instantly hailed as far superior to the theatrical release.

  • Number two.

  • Blade Runner.

  • If there's one director who suffered under studio interference more than Zack Snyder.

  • It's Ridley Scott Scott's masterpiece.

  • Blade Runner was tarnished upon release, and many people were quick to write it off.

  • Full decade later, Scott finally released his director's cut, which included the removal of Decker's controversial voiceover and an altered ending.

  • But then again, who does?

  • But the definitive edition came in 2007 with the final cut.

  • This version contains improved visual effects and a brighter look.

  • An altered unicorn sequence, more graphic violence and a ton of little changes that make this version infinitely superior to its predecessors.

  • 15 years later, we finally saw Ridley Scott's True creative Vision, and it was a magnificent sight.

  • To behold.

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  • Number one.

  • The Lord of the Rings franchise.

  • It's seemingly impossible to improve upon perfection, but Peter Jackson and his team managed to do it.

  • I made a promise a promise, Don't you leave him, Samwise Gamgee.

  • And I don't mean while the theatrical cuts of these films are certainly wonderful, both the movie buffs and the Tolkien experts agree that the extended versions are the way to go is never for the Baggins, nor is he early.

  • He arrives precisely when he means they add so much rich material to the films, including entire subplots, extensive character work and extended action sequences, that it's impossible to return to the theatrical additions after seeing them seriously.

  • The work done to fair Amir's character, Arc Alone, is enough to warrant the extended editions.

  • You let the enemy walk in and take it on a whim.

  • Always you cast a reflection on me.

  • No, my intent and, yeah, Tom Bomba Dill is still absent, but is anyone really complaining about that?

  • So what do you guys think?

  • What's your favorite extended cut?

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