Did you ever see Passengers and think, "If only this movie was better." And unfortunately, there's a change that could have been made that would have improved things markedly.
Nerdwriter1 on YouTube tried a simple experiment: what would Passengers look like if the film was shot from the perspective of Jennifer Lawrence, from the point in time when she wakes up, rather than from the perspective of Chris Pratt?
So he went about editing footage to achieve precisely that goal. And as it turns out, it has a creepily good effect on the film. Chris Pratt becomes more of the villain he was supposed to be, given the situation, and the film takes on a sense of mystery as the viewer has to piece together what happened on the ship as Pratt leads Lawrence around.
Maybe one day we'll get a superfan cut of Passengers, but improved. And the whole thing is a good thought exercise: what other films could be improved by juggling things around?