Discussion in 'The Art of Cinema' started by SilentBob, Dec 8, 2016.
Trailer needed some editing but i loving the playful tone it is setting for him.
Hehe....using his head as a boxing bag = win!
There's a helluva lot going on in that there trailer.
Was that the whole movie?
No idea as he was in the homemade suit for of that 2nd half of the trailer. Plus anyone notice The Shocker (minus suit) shocking Pete through the school bus. Overall I enjoyed the trailer
Hearing it shows too much, I'm going to avoid it. Trailers show way too much lately.
Well I saw it tonight and the kid is both the perfect nerdy/nervous Parker and the talkative Spidey we all want on screen. The movie was also entertaining with some great laughs and small cameos (which you see tv/trailer) Keaton was awesome at The Vulture and his suit is awesome and not that Power Ranger Green Goblin shit which some were fearing. Plus it really does play out as a superhero Ferris Beuller Day(s) Off and even acknowledges that by playing said scene from the movie. There are also 2 bonus scenes with the credits. One after the main actors (which might be setting up a sinister six like showdown happening) and one at the very end of them that pays off with a great laugh.
I thought it was fine. People are overpraising this due to the last 3 Spider-Man films being lukewarm to hot garbage. Holland and Keaton were great, but I had problems with the side characters, especially Peter's friend. He was the comic relief in a film that would be funny without him. I also didn't like Vulture's plan. Some, not all, of the action scenes are shot in a way that's a little hard to follow. There are a few other minor things that bother me, but not worth listing for fear of looking like I'm nitpicking, haha. I LOVED the last moment before the credits and the final credits scene (Thankfully, only 2 scenes, not 5 like Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2.)
I'd give it a
I liked his friend and his love with helping out Pete. Too bad about the kids Porn problem I agree with some of the action scenes maybe staying in a bit too tight on Spider-Man for the action to breath. Almost close to the complaints some had with Nolan and his style for Batman Begins action scenes. Oh and since I forgot to give my score for the film. I would rate it.
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