Legendary Director's Cuts: Must-See Versions

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Director’s cuts often reveal a director's original vision for a film, sometimes differing greatly from theatrical releases.

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I Am Legend's director's cut restores a twist ending, offering a deeper understanding of the movie's title.

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Zack Snyder's Justice League, often called The Snyder Cut, offers a revamped version closer to his vision.

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Apocalypse Now's Redux and Final Cut versions by Francis Ford Coppola enhance the original with additional scenes.

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Aliens' director's cut adds quieter character moments, enriching the emotional depth of the film.

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The Lord of the Rings extended editions add depth and detail for fans of J.R.R. Tolkien's books.

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Once Upon a Time in America's director's cut restores missing footage, returning it to its Cannes premiere length.

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Blade Runner's director's cut removes voice-over and adds a central unicorn dream, making it the definitive version.

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