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Super Mario Bros. Movie Extended Cut with 20 Minutes of New Footage Arrives Free Online

Super Mario Bros. Movie Extended Cut with 20 Minutes of New Footage Arrives Free Online

If your problem with the polarizing Super Mario Bros. movie was that it just wasn't long enough, then we've got some fantastic news for you. Showing that Zack Snyder isn't the only filmmaker who can release extended cuts of his movies, a group of fans have put out a new cut of Super Mario Bros. that can now be watched online. Called "The Morton Jankel Cut," the new version adds about 20 minutes of deleted scenes, upping the runtime from 104 minutes to 125 minutes.

Among the added scenes is an entire subplot that was axed from the original movie, following Mario (Bob Hoskins) and Luigi (John Leguizamo) competing with a plumbing company. Some of the other new scenes include Koopa (Dennis Hopper) drowning a henchman in slime and a scene of Iggy (Fisher Stevens) and Spike (Richard Edson) performing a rap at the end. Other scenes have been re-edited and extended.

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