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This remake of 'The Force Awakens' trailer may be the best yet

Watch this incredible, funny low-budget remake of "The Force Awakens" trailer, with cardboard versions of the Millennium Falcon and TIE Fighters.

We've seen dozens of remakes of the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer in the month since it debuted, but this low-budget (or, sweded) version may be the best yet.

The video was made by Dumb Drum, a group of guys in Fresno, Calif., who make funny videos and short films, and it features an overabundance of cardboard. Almost the entire background for the trailer is made of cardboard, plus there are cardboard versions of the Millennium Falcon, TIE Fighters and even the BB-8 ball droid. Even the landspeeder that a woman raced away on in the trailer has been replaced by a bicycle emblazoned with cardboard on the sides and front.

And the makers of the video added in plenty of homemade sound effects that make for a hilarious frame-by-frame remake of the "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" trailer. We can only hope they do a sweded version of the full movie after it lands in Theaters in 2015. Mark Hamill would look pretty convincing with a cardboard Jedi beard.