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Old 06-09-2009, 09:30 AM
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Default Why Spider-Man 3 was a problem for me...

Hey, that title rhymes! *Hey, I have work in an hour so I'm just trying to cheer myself up in the meantime, lol! Anyway, back to the main point of this thread...

Spider-Man 3 was not that bad of a film, however compared to the other two movies it wasn't that great. I mean, first of all, there was just too much going on in the story. The villians were a little too many and there was less focus on Peter and his personal life. The main problem, was this wierd symbiotic alien that randomly comes from outer space. It just all seemed so perfect, yet out of place. Then there's the whole Eddie Brock thing.

Flint Marko was great as the Sandman, but there wasn't that much focus on him since we also had to fit in Harry Osbourne and the New Goblin. It was just a very mixed plot to me. The first two films had focused villians and we got to know them, where in this movie, everything just seemed mixed and out of place.
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