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It's the only Summer blockbuster that has lived up to it's hype, in my opinion.


you think Spider-Man 3 didn't?


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you think Spider-Man 3 didn't?
A lot of people didn't. I actually enjoyed it though.

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A lot of people didn't. I actually enjoyed it though.

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maybe because it really wasn't nothing new...just the usual (great!) stuff...i also liked SM3, i take it that Transformers is a whole new idea then...


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maybe because it really wasn't nothing new...just the usual (great!) stuff...i also liked SM3, i take it that Transformers is a whole new idea then...
Well it's the first one. Just wait til the 3rd one. It seems the 3rd Sequel just doesn't ever get it right anymore.

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you think Spider-Man 3 didn't?


Hell no.


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Hell no.


what did you miss?


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Spiderman 3 was ****ing terrible in almost ever aspect.


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what did you miss?


The nine dollars I paid to see it. Notice I don't have any Spider-Man movie pics in my avi or sig. I'm not all that fond of the movies. Spider-Man 2 was pretty good, but none of the movies lived up to my expectations. I thought the effects were way lame for the most part and all the characters were totally mis cast.


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The nine dollars I paid to see it.


what's that in Euros? i paid like 5,50 confused


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The nine dollars I paid to see it. Notice I don't have any Spider-Man movie pics in my avi or sig. I'm not all that fond of the movies. Spider-Man 2 was pretty good, but none of the movies lived up to my expectations. I thought the effects were way lame for the most part and all the characters were totally mis cast.


well i could agree on the comedy being a tad arkward and somehow missed the overall tone of the movies..especially in the 3rd with the dancing performance..but that's Sam Raimi..his humor is a bit..weird...


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what's that in Euros? i paid like 5,50 confused


$9.00 USD = 6.60456 EUR Actually, since I saw the matinee I think I only spent about six dollars. erm


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well i could agree on the comedy being a tad arkward and somehow missed the overall tone of the movies..especially in the 3rd with the dancing performance..but that's Sam Raimi..his humor is a bit..weird...


I totally love Sam Raimi, Army of Darkness is like . . . I just think they should have had someone else direct it. I think the movies are way too cluttered with too many plot lines, too much going on. I thought Topher Grace would have made a way better Peter Parker than Tobey McGuire as well.


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I totally love Sam Raimi, Army of Darkness is like . . . I just think they should have had someone else direct it. I think the movies are way too cluttered with too many plot lines, too much going on. I thought Topher Grace would have made a way better Peter Parker than Tobey McGuire as well.


i'm a fan of the Evil Dead series myself..but i can't imagine any other directing it, i mean you gotta find a director who's willing to work himself through a two and half hour movie of which 70% are special effect scenes, and i know only one other director crazy enough to do that and that's Terry Gilliam...but he's considered non-commerical therefore not the 1st choice of a major studio like Columbia..
Topher Grace could've been a great Peter Parker but then again..he's "only" a tv-star..and the studio wants a well known face, so from a studios p.o.w. the movie makes perfect sense...


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i'm a fan of the Evil Dead series myself..but i can't imagine any other directing it, i mean you gotta find a director who's willing to work himself through a two and half hour movie of which 70% are special effect scenes, and i know only one other director crazy enough to do that and that's Terry Gilliam...but he's considered non-commerical therefore not the 1st choice of a major studio like Columbia..
Topher Grace could've been a great Peter Parker but then again..he's "only" a tv-star..and the studio wants a well known face, so from a studios p.o.w. the movie makes perfect sense...


Yeah, I think it would have been better to have less known actors play the major roles, except for the bad guys. I would have liked a more rudimentary feel to the movies than the polished studio films they are. Don't get me wrong, I do like them, I was just a huge fan of the comics back in the day, and I had envisioned the movies to be different.


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Yeah, I think it would have been better to have less known actors play the major roles, except for the bad guys. I would have liked a more rudimentary feel to the movies than the polished studio films they are. Don't get me wrong, I do like them, I was just a huge fan of the comics back in the day, and I had envisioned the movies to be different.

i totally understand what you mean..you see..i've collected them Spideys myself all three series big grin...and do you remember back in 1990 when they announced that James Cameron was scheduled to do the Spider-Man movie and how the project was cast aside year after year..up until Marvel filed for bankruptcy on the christmas holidays in '96?
back then i thought they'll never gonna do a Spidey movie now...but the company recuperated, sales went up again and a spiderman movie wasn't that far fetched anymore...what i'm trying to say is that i've been waiting 12 years for the first SM movie to get made, and when i watched it, it all felt right...and that all the waiting had paid-off...i think i can live with the result...as long as it doesn't evolve into Batman & Robin..


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I went and saw it the other night with my b/f and some friends of ours. It was the best movie I've seen in years. I want to go see it a second time! yes


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I saw Transformers in the IMAX.


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I don't even want to see Transformers.

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I don't even want to see Transformers.

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