- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of recut.
“Moroder's recuts and rescores these scenes as an odd MTV video.”
“Connor mainly uses old educational films, science films, government footage and film footage that people throw out and then recuts them to new music, creating dark and sometimes hilarious moods and visual commentaries.”
“While the DVD market thrives on unnecessary recuts and extended editions why make new movies when you can endlessly repackage and resell old ones?”
“That is the a**hats name who is holding Cabin Fever 2 from being released and making the recuts.”
“If the kids weren't seeing R rated movies, there would be less chance these films would be given recuts for R ratings.”
“I'm looking forwards to this film, a bit less so than before the news of the recuts, but I'm still going to see it.”
“And he thinks fans like us won't mind if he recuts FANBOYS so that it portrays Star Wars fans as idiotic criminals who would break into George Lucas's offices just because they're hopeless dorks.”
“While we're talking about the old-time stuff, and recuts and mashups, and harking back to this earlier post...”
“You can use anything you want, taglines, recuts of existing posters, any uncopyrighted material on the Internet.”
“Can recuts really rejuvinate and save films which have already seen their release?”
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