Deadpool 2: Extra Super Duper CutFeatured
- Replaced the new music for extended bath house scene and kept it all 9 to 5 by Dolly Parton
- Changed the joke when he looks at the guys crotch back to “Scout Master Kevin?”
- Changed the joke when he is driving Xaviers chair back to “Should have brought my rape whistle”
- Used the Theatrical scene of cable arriving scene not the extended toilet paper scene.
- Used the Theatrical scene of the couch scene with Cerebro
- Changed part of the dialogue on the scene where Deadpool asks Cable three questions. Changed the second question to “What Sharknado are we on”
- Combined the two versions of Domino’s interview
- Changed the music where Deadpool says “Que the music” I didn’t feel Fly like an eagle fit and the original song was kinda bland so I used Deadpool’s main theme X gonna
- Changed the music during the big fight back to the theatrical music but kept all extended content
- Used the Theatrical version of the last Heaven scene as I preferred the song “Take on Me” more than what they used in the Extended cut
Well for a change I agree with all the reviews-this is a winner. When I saw the home video version, I was satisfied though not as much as the first film. This fan edit really won me over. It is my go to version, so any fan should see this edit. I saw no edit or sound issues and it was just a great viewing. So thank you for a great edit of this over the top rollercoaster ride. I look forward to seeing your edits in the future.
A great version of Deadpool 2. The musical changes are the best part of this edit and the jokes and scenes that were chosen were definite improvements... although I preferred the "landing strip" joke and the longer "toilet paper" scene. I intend to alternate between this version and the Blu-Ray for future viewings!
I love the Deadpool movies. I think they're wonderful oddities of cinema. I love both versions of Deadpool 2. But you know which version is the best version of all? This bad boy right here. Juice shows an impeccable sense of comedic structure and timing by extracting the best elements and jokes from both cuts, with a welcome musical callback. Highly recommended, this will be replacing my Blu-Ray copy on the shelf.
I'm running a pretty old PC, so someone was kind enough to treat me to a 4 GB .mp4 - I'm still geeking out that this is the "lo-quality" version!
Looked so good, a bright, clean and flawlessly edited version that now, for me too, is my go-to version - the theatrical version left me a little disappointed, although I couldn't say exactly why or where it failed (weaker jokes). That's why we love fanedits - this is simply a better version.
Sound was perfect, although one thing did attract my attention - and I'm basically nitpicking for the sake of not setting the bar for every fanedit as high as possible. From 1:42:30 to 1:42:48, from the fights outside to the scene with Russell and the Headmaster in the gym, and then back outside to rejoin the others, the dubstep cuts to simple dramatic music, and even with the way that the dubstep breaks, the scene doesn't quite match up with the fights before and after, just in terms of sound. I spend a lot of time mixing for work, so I hear sounds most people don't notice, and in this case, I was listening to the sound for only a handful of frames. In any case, I'm glad that scene was there, and I don't mind if my Spidey-music senses got triggered over a couple of miniscule sounds.
Did this hurt my experience of enjoying a perfect fanedit? Not in the least.
Thank you, juice4z0, for saving Deadpool 2. Now if someone would just edit Mute Deadpool out of Origins: Wolverine...
juice4z0 has taken the jokes and music that worked and seemlessly created a version that will please both fans of the theatrical cut and extended cut,making this the must have version for all deadpool fans to own.