I don't have much to say about this edit, I'm a big fan of Homecoming, and I believe Homecoming is better than this. However, I do see the appeal of this edit, and still recommend checking it out as I think this edit accomplishes it's goals really well.
Besides some unfortunate audio issues, such as the low voice volume when Iron Man 3's theme plays, the editing is pretty great. I really enjoyed the getting rid of '8 years later', as well as the rearrangement of the final/credits scenes.
This is a very minimal fanedit, but the edits made still manage to improve the film, thus resulting in a more satisfying experience. I already love the Spider-Man: Homecoming that we got, but I do appreciate what Bobson goes for here and he pulls it all off with flying colors. Really loved this edit.
When I first saw Spider-Man: Homecoming when it came out on DVD/Blu-ray, I really really liked the movie and it was easily the best Spider-man since Sam Raimi's Spider-man 2, which is my favorite Spider-man movie and still remains to be my favorite.
But that's not to say that this movie has some flaws, like Peter not having any spider-sense or him not really facing consequences for his actions aside from Vulture finding out his identity and stuff like that. That being said, I really enjoyed this fan-edit and the Rescore of the rubble scene brought a tear to my eye. Overall a really great and enjoyable movie and there was barely anything that I noticed that was cut due to me watching the movie only like twice before I saw this fan-edit so yeah!!! Good Job!!!
Excellent work! There were a couple of things on the cutlist that I was iffy about, but while watching the movie I enjoyed it so much I barely even noticed what was missing or changed! I think I noticed some music bleed-through in the ferry sequence - while the choice of using Iron Man 3's theme was an excellent one, I think some of the original score can be heard slightly fighting for dominance, but I could have been mistaken. And I wish the video file was larger with a higher bitrate, but I feel like I'm one of the few who prefers giant downloads to preserve picture quality, so YMMV on that one.
There is something incredibly satisfying when you watch the fanedit of a film that you so desperately wanted to love but couldn't and then the fanedit allows for this to happen instead.The edits,despite being minimal add a lot of needed depth to the film and the Raimi trilogy scores used at the end simply elevate the film to another level.Easily my definitive version of homecoming and would highly recommend people to give this watch now just in preparation for FFH.