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Spider-Man 3

Starring: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, Thomas Hayden Church, Topher Grace, James Franco
Directed by: Sam Raimi

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Bluntly speaking? Spider-Man never gets old. You shudder when you here Die Hard’s coming back to theaters. Willis will probably spray paint hair on and jump from a flaming aircraft. You know before you even enter the mega-plex doors. Folks are going to blow up and die real good; well loudly.

In Spider-Man they’ve decided to make every one “more human” if you will. Apparently that means lots of tears.

Again, that’s just their melodramatic way of arc-ing the trilogy I suppose. But it’s a block-buster based on a comic book. Let go off your gray-matter logic and enjoy.

Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) has settled down to domestic life with M.J. (Kirsten Dunst). But naturally the smoothness of their lives has to be disrupted…or we’d have no film folks.

Spider-Man saves the beautiful Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard). Then, during a ceremony hailing the deed he kisses her.

I’m not telling whether it’s masked or not…

But the smooch is spotted by M.J.- who is presently bombing on Broadway and in a tailspin of emotional doom. The whole all-about-Peter-Parker is getting old. Fast

Meanwhile thanks to a super goop from outer-space, Parker's rethinking this whole goody-two-stockings deal. The black goo a tar-like magic-shell topping that takes inner aggression and morphes it into a personality of its own; it makes its wearer over-euphoric about themselves. But it's really an evil liguid crack from outer space; The Blob of 2007.

This mysterious goop also has started to effect Parker’s jealous and nosey coworker Eddie Brock (Topher Grace). On this guy the crude goop takes the 100 pound actor and morphs him into a frothy rabid poodle who's filled with venom; the yin of Parker's yang.

Oh, and another villain Flint Marko, has become the evil Sandman (Hayden Church). He has some unfinished anger to wield towards Gotham’s do-gooder. He's also practically unbeatable...

There's about five stories going on at once - which does get a bit annoying. But Spider-Man is absolutely grand as far as special effects. Especially this Sandman fella.

And Bruce Campbell makes a rather odd but semi-funny addition to the stew of characters and multiple stories to engage you. He's in all Raimi's films so deal with it...

But it's Peter Parker's "To be or not to be," on several life matters that will choke you up. Or if you're not-so-into Spider-Man and had to go because it's their time to pick the movie, just giggle...

Question: How many characters does it takes to ruin and end a Spider-Man franchise? Answer: We won't have that answer untill the box-office decides if there's gonna be a fourth film. But this is like Spider-Man the action game and you hit the all-in button. After the biggest box-office opening in history, you can almost count on some more of these. Though, according to the interviews, Maguire and Dunst are 86'ing the gig.

And here in Spider-Man 3, somehow, director Sam Raimi has managed to get the special effects department to trump themselves yet again. Visual over kill? Yep, you betcha! But it's summer - chill. This is fun-o-rama.

Snack recommendation: Black licorice and black cherry and vanilla splenda flavored cola

 




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