• Neil Coulter

    ★★★ Watched by Neil Coulter 05 Feb, 2016

    Even though I'm not a huge fan of Spider-Man 2, it's hard to deny that Spider-Man 3 is a step back in a number of areas. It feels like several different movies weirdly edited together into one. And unfortunately, the one of those movies that gets the most time in the final cut is also the worst of them: The Singing Career of Mary Jane. Really, this is a superhero movie that opens with a Broadway musical number that looks…

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  • MrMars

    ★★★ Added by MrMars

    Alt bekannter Aufguß Nr. 3 - und Venom verbockt.... und Emo-Peter...!

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  • Zodokai

    ★★ Rewatched by Zodokai 05 Feb, 2016

    "Where do all these guys come from?"

    This film had high aspirations. It was coming off the heels of two extremely successful films amidst the height of the superhero film war. It's all very metaphorical and the themes of this film are apparent: jealousy, anger, forgiveness, and redemption. Unfortunately, they can't keep this poor film from falling.

    I remember not being a big fan of this one when I first saw it in theaters. It was confusing actually, considering how…

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  • Matthew Lawrence

    ★★★½ Added by Matthew Lawrence

    No way is this movie as bad as people like to claim it is. Like, it is just isn't. Its nowhere near the sublime heights of the first or second of the Raimi trilogy mind, but compared to say, the amazing spidermans, its fucking great.

    The story kinda doesn't work. It picks up not long after the end of the second movie, with Peter and Mary Jane an item, spiderman is loved by New York, he's attacked by Harry who…

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  • Josh Needle

    Added by Josh Needle

    Well, that was a Movie

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  • Jake Bell

    ★★★ Added by Jake Bell

    I can appreciate what this movie was trying to do. Peter's ego inflation, and the success of being Spider-Man enlarging his pride, which warps his mind into abusing his power and believing he can do no wrong, is a great plot thread and had me gripped the whole way through. Yet, like everyone else has said a million times by now, this movie is overstuffed, and it could've told it's story much more concisely. Sandman's character could've been eliminated, and…

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  • Connor Lightbody

    ★★★ Rewatched by Connor Lightbody 03 Feb, 2016

    One of the most bitched about movies...Yet the complaints rarely stretch to the actual problems with the film but instead focus on scenes like Emo Peter Parker which is so in tune with the character and his journey, it's incredible how people describe it as the worst thing in the world.

    Raimi's style ebbs through, Venom being a mere figment of what his origin in the comics is, but it's thinly used as a metaphor for our own personal insecurities…

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  • Andrew Blanchard

    Rewatched by Andrew Blanchard 28 Jan, 2016

    First time I've seen it since theaters in 2007. Tyler, your birthday party sucked that year.

    It's still trash.

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  • Katia

    ★★ Watched by Katia 04 May, 2007

    not too exciting

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  • Ceres Miranda

    ★★★ Added by Ceres Miranda

    Apesar do Homem-Areia ser bem interessante, o Peter "emo" ficou exagerado. A quantidade excessiva de vilões acaba sub-aproveitando todos eles.

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  • Sully

    Watched by Sully 05 May, 2007

    IMAX Foxboro with Garrett, Jonathan, Heidi, April

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  • tyler burdick

    ★★½ Rewatched by tyler burdick 24 Jan, 2016

    "You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain." That was said in a much better Super-hero movie but strangely enough I find it much more appropriate here. Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy is something of a "How-to" guide for film making, that is How-to make two good movies that everybody loved and a finale that pissed all those people off. You ever notice that people hate Spider-man 3?" I mean REALLY hate with…

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