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Old 02-02-2013, 06:46 PM   #21
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No. In Spiderman and Spiderman 2, Sam Raimi had a good balance of light fun, camp, and drama. It all blended well. In Amazing Spider-Man it was jarring when they would take things way too seriously, then the next scene would go right into the silly comic booky stuff (like over the top villain monologues/action), then the next would get back to taking things way too seriously again.
Beautiful post. And so true.
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All three are just irritating to watch and they cover the same beats over and over again.

Amazing Spider-Man was such a welcome change.
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I still think Nicholson did a great job in the same role as Heath Ledger, however on-topic I've never liked Kirsten Dunst as Mary-Jane.
I found Mary-Jane to be quite unpleasant, Bryce Dallas Howard's Gwen Stacey was far more appealing. Mary Jane seemed to use her boyfriends (Harry and the Jameson's son) for her own gains while wanting Spidey.
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No. In Spiderman and Spiderman 2, Sam Raimi had a good balance of light fun, camp, and drama. It all blended well. In Amazing Spider-Man it was jarring when they would take things way too seriously, then the next scene would go right into the silly comic booky stuff (like over the top villain monologues/action), then the next would get back to taking things way too seriously again.
this. i didnt hate TASM but it wasnt all that great. i thought the cast was the only thing that saved it. the plot was so unoriginal and the Lizard wasnt handled well at all.
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