Spider-Man 2.2

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Spider-Man 2.2
Faneditor Name:
Tagline:
Sacrifice. Destiny, Elevator.
Original Movie Title:
Franchise:
Fanedit Type:
Original Release Date:
2004
Original Running Time:
136
Fanedit Release Date:
Fanedit Running Time:
135
Time Cut:
1
Time Added:
1
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Brief Synopsis:
Peter Parker is beset with troubles in his failing personal life as he battles a brilliant scientist named Doctor Otto Octavius.

An edit of the already amazing Spider-Man 2.1 to fix some of the less than great alternate scenes added to the extended cut of the film.
Intention:
2.1 was stellar as it was with the added moments such as JJJ in the Spidey suit and the more brutal train fight, but there were 2 moments I felt that were worse than the theatrical cut, so I thought I'd simply fix them by cutting them back into the film.
Other Sources:
Spider-Man 2.1 (2007) for the majority of the film with the theatrical Spider-Man 2 (2004) being used for 2 scenes.
Release Information
MP4/M4V/MOV
Special Features
- Unused 2.1 Scenes (with optional commentary by writer Alvin Sargent and producer Laura Ziskin)
- Deleted and Alternate Scenes
- Editor Bob Murawski talks Deleted Scenes
- Inside Spider-Man 2.1 (Elevator Clip)
- Spider-Man (2002) Recap as taken from the Spider-Man 2 TV Cut
Cuts and Additions:
- Replaced Mr Aziz's "Go!" with the theatrical "GoOoOO!"
- Replaced the Hal Sparks elevator scene with the shorter, less cringey theatrical version
Cover art by Bobson Dugnutt (DOWNLOAD HERE)
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User reviews

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Overall rating 
 
9.3
Audio/Video Quality 
 
10.0  (1)
Visual Editing 
 
10.0  (1)
Audio Editing 
 
10.0  (1)
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9.0  (1)
Enjoyment 
 
9.0  (1)
(Updated: August 09, 2019)
Overall rating 
 
9.3
Audio/Video Quality 
 
10.0
Visual Editing 
 
10.0
Audio Editing 
 
10.0
Narrative 
 
9.0
Enjoyment 
 
9.0

A minimal review for a minimal edit: Bobson improves the film. This edit is better than either 2.0 or 2.1.

But seriously, the official Spider-Man 2.1 improved on the theatrical 2.0 version. Except in the elevator scene, which became oddly prominent with its extended runtime. The changed dialog would fit a Director's Commentary (how can we capitalize on Spidey's fame), but was out of place inside the story. This is fixed seamlessly.
Bobson also improves on / corrects a minor but fun Mr Aziz moment.
To elevate this fanedit beyond the two in-movie improvements, we further get lots of extras.

Is it possible to make an even better edit of this film? Probably (I'm looking at you, lame end-credits pop song), but none exists. So until Bobson treats us to version 2.4, this is your go-to edition of Spiderman 2.

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