May 16, 2012
To my surprise, watching this made me feel sort of meh about this movie. What about you?
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Category: z - Arts & Culture
Oh, I don’t know. Aside from the Humanoid-Lizard thing it looks halfway entertaining.
That creature is exactly why I went from excited to a mild sense of Are-you-serious?
I thought it was a parody when I saw that creature. It wasn’t until halfway through the rescuing-the-boy bit that I realized it wasn’t. I can’t say this elevated my expectations.
The creature does look cartoony, but the rescue of the child from the falling car was intense.
My first sensation on viewing the trailer was “They’re doing this AGAIN this soon?!!” and from that point on I was underwhelmed with the whole business.
Maybe it’s just not possible to create a good spider-man movie.
If any of you had ever read the spider-man comics you would be excited about this movie. This is the first spider-man movie that has stayed true to the comics.
See that is something I’m excited to see. But I still can’t bring myself to give a crap. It just looks terrible…
They tipped their hand — looks like they paid much more attention to the 3-D than anything else. I went from pretty interested (based on earlier trailers) to meh.
“I’ve made enemies, powerful enemies… well one enemy really, his name is, Mark Zuckerberg!”
I’m actually excited about this movie after seeing trailers and previews. After the last few Spidey movies, I had a bad taste in my mouth with their bad adaptations, worthless changes from the original series, and placement of Sandman as almost a secondary villain. But bringing in the Lizard, this is exciting, plus the movie just looks better than the last few were. Dark Peter in 3, just bad…
Spidey was my childhood hero, so I’ll be seeing this one. No one who remembers the ridiculous 1970s TV series can complain about the movies.
“Most anticipated film of the year” LOL
I’m gonna have to take issue with their claim that this is the most anticipated film of the summer. Pretty sure that title belongs to The Dark Knight Rises.
I don’t even think it could be the second most anticipated with the Avengers this summer (unless you call it spring on a technicality).
1. Dark Knight
(with room in between possibly)
The summer’s most anticipated film? Really? You mean people are dying to see this more than “The Dark Knight Rises”?
Andrew Garfield >>>>>>>>>Tobey Maguire
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