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Comicguy1

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Jay23

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Subj: Re: Parts Of It Were Good, But My Big Problem Was The Butler.
Posted: Thu Jan 01, 2015 at 10:46:56 am EST (Viewed 160 times)
Reply Subj: Sam Raimi: The Problems With Spider-Man 3 Were "My Mistake"
Posted: Wed Dec 31, 2014 at 04:36:10 pm EST (Viewed 233 times)

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Raimi:

"Working in that big budget arena, with so much at stake, with much beloved characters that Stan Lee created, people really hold them so dear to them that you don't want to mess up and I messed up with that third Spider-Man. People hated me for years. They still hate me for it."

http://io9.com/sam-raimi-the-problems-with-spider-man-3-were-my-mist-1676733026?utm_campaign=socialflow_io9_facebook&utm_source=io9_facebook&utm_medium=socialflow


Seriously, where did that come from? How did he know for sure that Norman killed himself? Was he there? What is he, a CSI coroner who secretly moonlights as a butler? And if so, why didn't he tell Harry earlier? It would have saved him from going insane. It was such a contrived way to get him to help Peter, and to get to the fourth act. I didn't have a problem with Venom, I thought that he was fine. And the special effects were good too. I also hated that he just let the Sandman go at the end. I mean, he did kill his uncle (A needless retcon. Why didn't the cops tell them earlier?). I can understand Peter feeling sorry for him, but just letting him go? I don't buy that. There were a few other plot holes and contrivances, but those two really stuck out for me. Also, shouldn't MJ have told Peter that Harry threatened her, and what he was up to? I mean, she knew that he was Spider-Man. I liked the movie on the whole, but yeah, it definitely had a lot of problems.


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