Mystery Science Theater 3000 Episode 015
Ah, New Orleans in the 70s. They've washed some of those streets almost twice since then. Awful movie, great host segments, still getting a hang of the riffs.
This movie is a classic and really doesn't need my review, so I'm not going to talk about the film. Instead, let me tell you about the RiffTrax version of this with married couple Mike and Bridget Nelson. Both of them are more known for the riffs they do with others (Mike with Kevin and Bill, Bridget with Mary Jo), so having them together is a nice treat. What's fun is that your basic riffs are mixed in with playful banter of a married couple that has been together a long time and still quite obviously enjoy each other, and that's really nice to hear.
NO SPOILERS: This isn't exactly your father's Spider-Man. He's still funny, and he's still smart. He's agile and energetic, and Tom Holland is clearly having fun in the role. But this is part of the MCU, so his motivations have been tweaked accordingly. Unlike Spider-Man in the previous movies or the earlier days of the comics, this is a kid who grew up in a world where Iron Man and the Avengers exist, and his attitudes reflect that. But he…