Ever wondered what Saving Private Ryan would be like without all those men?

Wonder no more - it just happened. And it's incredible.

Twitter user @LoganJames cut every scene featuring a man out of the 169-minute movie, making it just two minutes and 20 seconds long.

The resulting clip was posted to Twitter - and was an immediate hit.


It was released in response to Star Wars: The Last Jedi: De-Feminized Fanedit, a 46-minute recut of the recent hit movie that removed every scene including a woman and hit torrent sites over the weekend.

@LoganJames said he made the Saving Private Ryan edit "in response to the MRA douche who edited all the women out of The Last Jedi".

"Instant classic, better than the original, wrote one viewer.

"I've never actually cackled like a witch at footage of a graveyard until now," wrote another.

Released in 1998, Saving Private Ryan was a hit World War II film directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Tom Hanks and Matt Damon.

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