Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man

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Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man
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Original Release Date:
2017
Original Running Time:
133
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130
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Brief Synopsis:
Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter Parker returns home under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark. Peter tries to fall back into his daily routine – distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man – but when the Vulture (Michael Keaton) emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds dear will be threatened.

Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man is mere 3 minutes shorter than the official cut, with a few trims here and there that improve an already great film. Rescoring, cutting, trimming and moving scenes and jokes all feature here to make the movie the best it can be.
Intention:
I loved Spider-Man: Homecoming in a way that I haven't felt about a Spider-Man movie in years. It was a fine topiary bush that just had a few small things that needed fixed and trimmed away to be perfect.

This edit is intended to just fix up some of those mediocre jokes, minor technical details, continuity breaking lines, and replace some of the score to evoke greater a emotional response.
Other Sources:
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
- Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986)
- Spider-Man: Homecoming (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2017)
- Spider-Man: Original Motion Picture Score (2002)
- Spider-Man 2: Original Motion Picture Score (2004)
- Iron Man 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2013)
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Special Thanks:
darthrush for rescoring the rubble scene and many cuts and trims. lapis malari, Canon Editor, Nerdman3000, DigModFicaTion, KingoftheGundam79, Problem Eliminator, Masrimso17, Nic and whomever else I have missed that was in the Ideas and ITW threads.
Release Information:
Digital
Special Features
- Re-edited and Deleted Stuff Compilation
- Spider-Man: Civil War (based on Peter's introduction in Civil War)
- 2 Edited Spider-Man: Homecoming Commercial Tie-Ins
Editing Details:
I used Adobe Premiere Pro 2017 as well as Photoshop for the 2 new credit cards. Audacity was used to aid in rescoring the Ferry scene.

For the cutlist, I first looked through the Ideas thread to see what other issues people have had with the film and from that I made a small cutlist. After working on it a bit, I found some other things that I wanted to cut. DarthRush was working on a cutlist of his own that he kindly shared with me and I worked it into my own.
Cuts and Additions:
- Cut the "Actually, it's Native American, but whatever" joke by the Tinkerer
- Cutting straight to the Marvel logo after Toomes says "The world's changing, it's time we change too" to avoid the 8 years thing
- Cut both hot Aunt May jokes in the deli and resturant
- Cut Ned asks Peter a bunch of questions about being Spider-Man
- Replace “Oh Yeah” by Yello during Ferris Bueller gag with correct movie audio
- Cut Toomes saying “Does this work?” and "I thought this was the Anti-Gravity gun" after he kills Not Tom Hardy
- Cut Ned saying “That’s awesome” after Peter says he was almost vapourised
- Cut Toomes saying "8" from the "8 years and not a word from the feds..." line
- Cut instant kill gag during the ferry
- Cut Karen telling Peter where to web the ferry together and that he was 98% successful
- Rescored Tony saving the Ferry with the Iron Man 3 Theme
- Cut gum under bus seat joke during Shocker #2 fight after Homecoming
- Rescored rubble scene with some classic Elfman
- Move Toomes in prison to right after Liz says goodbye to Peter
- Cut close-up of Audi dashboard on the way to Avengers Facility
- Cut Tony/Pepper proposal scene
- Replace end credits song with The Ramones Spider-Man theme
- Added credits for Bobson Dugnutt
- Replaced title card during credits
- New mid-credits scene
DVD Cover art by Bobson Dugnutt (DOWNLOAD HERE)
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Blu-Ray Cover art 1 by Bobson Dugnutt (DOWNLOAD HERE)
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Blu-Ray Cover art 2 by Bobson Dugnutt (DOWNLOAD HERE)
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Trailer


Re-edited and Rescored Ferry Scene


Rubble Scene Rescored

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Bobson has taken one of my favorite Spider-Man movies and made it even better. Mainly small changes throughout just tightened up some of the humor that didn't land. I really liked the inclusion of the Elfman Spiderman theme. Fantastic work!
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A vastly improved light pruning of Homecoming; I'd give it high marks for the fixing of the Ferris Bueller audio alone, even if the rest wasn't fantastic. My only quibble is with the decision to move the Tony Stark/Pepper Potts proposal scene. Deleting it made sense for what the edit seemed to be going for, and I sort-of understand re-instating it as a mid-credit scene but it also seemed to be a half-measure that broke up the flow of the movie. Either make the edit based on centralizing Peter or don't. (Not a massive deal, just didn't seem worth the change for what it accomplished.) However, small potatoes compared to the small but meaningful changes to the storytelling throughout. Unquestionably this will be my go-to for rewatches.
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This is probably my favourite edit from Bobson. He has fixed so much that I dislike about the theatrical cut that this is my preferred version to watch, beating out my 4K blu-ray.

I especially loved breaking up the ending and leaving the engagement announcement until mid-credits, also the new credits and song are sublime!

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This is it, my definitive go-to version of Spider-Man Homecoming. Not only is this edit technically flawless (all edits are absolutely seamless), but Bobson Dugnutt has masterfully crafted an edit that's subtle and impactful at the same time. This is not a dramatic re-imagining of the film. Instead, a light, artistic touch was used to give us essentially the same movie, *JUST BETTER* all around. Jokes and gags that wore thin are artfully snipped, while a few scenes are rearranged or restored in order to enhance the narrative flow.

The end result is that we have an edit that works far better as a standalone Spider-Man film than as an Avengers spin-off. Bobson Dugnutt has proven himself to be a master editor, and if you're a fan of the source material (or just a little interested), you owe it to yourself to watch this version of the film!

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Friendly Neighborhood Spider-man is a great shelf-replacer of Homecoming itself. I watched this before seeing No Way Home and nothing in this that was cut or added contradicts the latest movie. This is a very light edit and the cuts are done seamlessly. Except for one hard cut that I noticed in the bodega when Peter receives the sandwich. Which may have been unavoidable if the Aunt May jokes needed to be cut out. The title card at the end of the film was also great it looked as if it was official. Overall if you are looking for an edit that cuts out the fat and keeps what is necessary for the film this is it.

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