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Benjamin Reilly

Subj: Saw it earlier and I give it a 9 out of ten (no spoilers)
Posted: Tue May 01, 2007 at 09:21:52 am EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Saw it last night (no spoilers but opinions only)
Posted: Tue May 01, 2007 at 08:01:13 am EDT

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> > I have to go to midnight shows because I fear having someone ruin it for me besides most serious comics' fans in NYC go to midnight shows. They are also going to have it in Imax here so I'll go to that when the hype calms down.
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> > Inn
> just saw it last night (Asia is getting it earlier this time). I don't know, Spidey 2 was perfect for me, what all superhero movies should aspire to be. Spidey 3 is not bad, but I think I expected too much after number 2. Many a second viewing would help me appreciate it more. I have many other complaints too but don't want to mention them yet, in case I spoil something.
> Can't wait to see what you guys think. For now, I feel sad and let down.

I loved it. It had everything, love, drama, tragedy, action, and it stayed so true to the comic characters.
Dennis Carradine... nice. \:\-\)

It's great but there's just some scenes where I can't help but think that they could have been done better.

But nonetheless, I'd watch it again and enjoy it as much as I have for the past 2 Spidey movies.

GO GO GO Spidey!

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