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There are things in life you didn't know you needed until you have them, and then suddenly you can't live without them. A 40-minute YouTube video of very word spoken in “Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope” rearranged alphabetically... is not one of those things. But the internet is one of those things (not that you remember a time before it, probably, you whippersnapper), and it is the thing that brings us things we don't need at all but turn out to be really great. Like, say, a 40-minute Youtube video of very word spoken in “Star Wars: Episode IV — A New Hope” rearranged alphabetically. Which is amazing.Not content with just rearranging the film in this manner (and cutting the 80+ minutes that don't feature words—and it'd be interesting to see the words/not-words ratio of various films), certifiably, inspiredly mad YouTuber suckerpinch has also labeled all the words, »

- Ben Brock

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