- Star Trek: The Motion Picture - a film that similarly saw a revised "director's edition" version created decades after its original release.
- Blade Runner - a "Final Cut" was released 25 years after the original theatrical release of the film.
- Highlander II: The Quickening - a film that was taken out of the hands of the producers and director by the insurance company that financed the picture.
- Alien 3 - the second sequel of the Alien franchise, which suffered from a troubled production which resulted in the finished cut of the film being taken and dismantled and subsequently reworked profoundly. The end result was dubbed by many as the "Theatrical Cut", in which many major plot elements and scenes were omitted, ultimately the original version of the film, dubbed the "Assembly Cut", would be released over a decade later.
- Batman Forever - Another DC Property based film that was heavily edited from the original 160 minute director's cut version that screened for some critics, to the 115 minute, Studio approved, version that was finally released to the Cinema. This was due to the studio feeling the original cut of the film wasn't "family friendly" enough, after Batman Returns was controversially violent.
- Dominion: Prequel to the Exorcist - another film that was taken out of the hands of the original director and radically reworked by his successor.
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