Something this awesome deserves its own thread.This is Star Wars Uncut.
The gist of it is this: a few years ago, an online community of Star Wars fans decided to create and submit their own homemade remakes of Star Wars--specifically, any given 15 seconds of Star Wars. They could use whatever resources they had on hand and recreate the scene however they wanted, provided that they didn't use elements from the preexisting movie (except for the score) and that they stick to the original 15 second running time of their chosen piece.
Eventually, there were enough submissions that they could edit together an entirely fan-generated, scene-for-scene amateur remake of Star Wars. That's what this is.
I haven't watched the whole thing yet, but I'm a fair bit into the first act. This is by turns inventive, impressive, charmingly amateurish, and downright hilarious. I don't want to overstate my appreciation of this remarkable artifact of the new age of DIY moviemaking, but I believe I love every single person who was involved in this.