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Subj: Re: Funny little side-story about Molina as Ock in part 2...
Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 at 05:34:14 pm EDT
Reply Subj: Re: Funny little side-story about Molina as Ock in part 2...
Posted: Fri May 04, 2007 at 04:57:27 pm EDT

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> > > The action was good, the humor was good. The guy who plays J. Jonah Jameson was terrific. Really captured the character. There were a couple of laugh out loud moments, and most of them had to do with JJJ.
> > >
> >
> > Totally agree. They need to give that guy more screen time. I hope the next movie involves the Scorpion just so JJJ can be in it more.
> >
> > > But... the story was trite. The acting was below par. I've also had more than enough "MJ in distress" stuff. Ho hum. The film is guilty of "sequel-itis"--trying to just pack in more of the same instead of going for a truly different, interesting film. Overall, two stars.
> > >
> >
> > I'll just agree to disagree. Sure, I hated the corny dialogue, but I really liked this movie. However, I completely agree about MJ. Aren't the police wondering why she gets kidnapped by super villains so often?
> >
> > > The best of the series was part 2, with Doc Ock.
> >
> > I agree. I liked Harry's role and I thought Venom and Sandman looked cool, but Molina as Ock was just awesome.
>
> Apparently, during the filming of Spidey 2, Molina had just finished a nice run on "Fiddler on the Roof", where he played Tevieh (sp?) and sang the famous "If I Were A Rich Man" tune. As a joke, the props staff on Spidey 2 played that song while filming the scene where Ock is on the operating table at the hospital (right after the accident that fuses his tentacles to his body) and even had the tentacles do a little dance to the music. Molina, not missing a beat, belted out the words. Just thinking about it makes me laugh. I would pay good money to see that on a gag reel somewhere...

Did you notice in Jonah's office there was a paper on the wall that said something like "Ock still at large" on it? I knew he wasn't dead.

> > > > The action was good, the humor was good. The guy who plays J. Jonah Jameson was terrific. Really captured the character. There were a couple of laugh out loud moments, and most of them had to do with JJJ.
> > > >
> > >
> > > Totally agree. They need to give that guy more screen time. I hope the next movie involves the Scorpion just so JJJ can be in it more.
> > >
> > > > But... the story was trite. The acting was below par. I've also had more than enough "MJ in distress" stuff. Ho hum. The film is guilty of "sequel-itis"--trying to just pack in more of the same instead of going for a truly different, interesting film. Overall, two stars.
> > > >
> > >
> > > I'll just agree to disagree. Sure, I hated the corny dialogue, but I really liked this movie. However, I completely agree about MJ. Aren't the police wondering why she gets kidnapped by super villains so often?
> > >
> > > > The best of the series was part 2, with Doc Ock.
> > >
> > > I agree. I liked Harry's role and I thought Venom and Sandman looked cool, but Molina as Ock was just awesome.
> >
> > Apparently, during the filming of Spidey 2, Molina had just finished a nice run on "Fiddler on the Roof", where he played Tevieh (sp?) and sang the famous "If I Were A Rich Man" tune. As a joke, the props staff on Spidey 2 played that song while filming the scene where Ock is on the operating table at the hospital (right after the accident that fuses his tentacles to his body) and even had the tentacles do a little dance to the music. Molina, not missing a beat, belted out the words. Just thinking about it makes me laugh. I would pay good money to see that on a gag reel somewhere...
>
> Did you notice in Jonah's office there was a paper on the wall that said something like "Ock still at large" on it? I knew he wasn't dead.

He is dead. That paper dates from the second film.


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