Well, this backfired. A Star Wars fan thought it'd be better if the franchise's latest film, The Last Jedi, didn't have any women in it, but the film's stars are making him the punchline.

The so-called men's rights activist posted his version, The Last Jedi: De-Feminized Fanedit, earlier this week. It cuts Laura Dern's character, Admiral Holdo, from the film entirely and severely reduces plotlines dedicated to Carrie Fisher's General Lei, Daisy Ridley's Rey, and Kelly Marie Tran's Rose Tico.

"The intro sequence is now very watchable and actually much cooler without all of Leia's nit-picking," wrote the anonymous uploader, according to BBC. "Now it's all one united Resistance fighting without inner conflict, and that's much more satisfying to watch." The fan-made video clocks in at about 46 minutes, which is two hours shorter than the original film. The uploader also noted that there are some "plot holes and continuity errors." No duh.

But Star Wars' men are nothing but supportive to their co-stars. The Last Jedi Director Rian Johnson, Mark Hamill, and John Boyega each took turns to add laugh-crying emojis and never-ending "hahas" that filled up Twitter's 250-character limit.

Next, we'd like to see him try to edit Princess Leia out of The Empire Strikes Back without "plot holes and continuity errors."