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Spider-Man 3 (Bilingual)

Topher Grace , Rosemary Harris , Sam Raimi    DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Third "Spider" fun, but crowded Nov. 13 2007
Anyone who has followed the SpiderMan movies probably knew that the third wouldn't be able to keep up the pace set by the first two. Spider Man 2 was even better in some ways than the first, and while it would nearly be impossible to top that in a second sequel, Spider Man 3 had to be done. All of that said, I was inclined to be forgiving in watching Spidy 3, which was a good thing.
Although it was fun and entertaining, the third Spider Man has gotten away from Spidy's dry humor and witty repartee, and has become just a good superhero/action movie. I like these, and you will too probably. It is certainly busy with plot, fight scenes, and bad guys: Gwen Stacey is introduced, becomes MJ's 'rival' of sorts for SpiderMan, who is already busy fighting Hobgoblin, Sandman, and Venom. It's nothing if not a vigourous workout for our hero! And well worth the purchase price (check the Amazon.com vs. .ca prices!).
Spiderman 3 also manages to convey some important, if simply spun, messages about forgiveness and letting go of the past--something that gets harder but more important to do as we age. And perhaps that's what the Spider Man movie franchise should consider, before it too becomes stuck in recycling past conflicts---please, Marvel, think of something else for Spidy 4 other than Spiderman vs. Rhino, Electro, or the Lizard...etc.!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Never too crowded for a comic book fan Jan. 15 2008
By J. Tupone TOP 500 REVIEWER
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I've heard a lot of criticism about Spider-Man 3. Most of that criticism centres on there being "too much going on" or too many villains in the movie. I have to disagree, as a former comic book reader/small-time collector this movie brought back so many memories. It doesn't follow the comic book story very much, but it's not a comic book, it's a film. And if another medium can be used to tell a good story, then why not use it and change it if need be? I thought the complexity of having three villains throughout the movie really added something interesting to the story. The story was never dull, hard to keep track of at times, but never dull. I often found myself wondering what would happen next and trying to guess what the next plot twist would be. While some comic purists may find a couple of scenes absurd, I found those scenes add a lot of comic relief that might broaden the audience of the film a little. The story appeals to a mass audience, which is what big budget films are supposed to do and I think it's successful in that regard. It's also successful in making comic book characters seem "cool" or hip in the sense that Spider-Man isn't just for us comic book geeks or for the people who are old enough to actually remember some of the earlier television series, like the late 1960's version. If changing the stories a little and adding some Hollywood hype can keep Spider-Man in popular culture, then I'm all for it. This movie tells a good story, has effective comic book characters (heroes, villains, supporting characters) and has some comedy as well. It's a great film.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Spider-Man 3 Jan. 23 2012
By J. Vu
I bought this DVD to complete my collection and because it was a great deal. Although the movie received the worst ratings out of the three some Sam Raimi, I enjoyed it. The characters are still great and the action is fantastic. I love this version of Peter Parker and this movie is great as part of the trilogy.
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It's triple trouble for Spider-Man in this third installment in the mega franchise.

Life is good for Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire). He's got the girl, about to propose, making bucks, the good people of New York love their Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man like it's their job--yeah, everything is smooth sailing.

As if.

Suddenly, a mysterious new villain shows up out of nowhere: the New Goblin (though he doesn't refer to himself as such in the film). Quickly, we find out it's Harry Osborne (James Franco), Peter's once best friend out for revenge because he thinks Peter murdered his dad.

One villain Peter can handle, especially since his first altercation with the suped-up Harry Osborne ends rather quickly. But no, things quickly get worse for our favorite Wallcrawler when fugitive Flint Marko (Thomas Haden Church) gets himself trapped in a molecular blaster thingy and becomes the shape-shifting Sandman. Also adding to Peter's troubles is ultra-hungry photographer Eddie Brock (Topher Grace), who wants nothing more than to make a name for himself in the newspaper business.

Unbeknownst to Peter, while he and Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) are on a date in a NY park, a mysterious meteor lands from the heavens, leaking a strange black goop that follows Peter home and eventually latches onto him, transforming him into someone darker, meaner and more spider-powered than ever before. When Peter finally realizes his new black suit is slowly destroying his life and he's alienating everyone he's ever cared about, he manages to ditch the suit in a cool church belltower scene that screams Peter's search for redemption, but also Eddie Brock's search for revenge.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as the first two Dec 25 2007
When we left Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) at the end of Spider-Man 2, he had not only revealed his identity as Spider-Man to Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst), but his love for her as well. The third installment opens happily enough with MJ starring on Broadway and Pete about to propose. Of course, sticky situations start popping up right away, beginning with a creeping, tar-like substance from space that attaches itself to Peter, changing him from sweet Spidey to mean Black-suited Spider-Man.

This would have been enough conflict to deal with for a very good movie, but, unfortunately, we are introduced to two new villains - Sandman and Venom, as well as pal Harry Osborn (James Franco)'s transformation as the New Goblin. It's all too much; none of the story lines has a chance to develop, the movie gets too crowded and choppy. Toss in the third retelling of Uncle Ben's death and Bryce Dallas Howard in a thankless role and we end up with a disappointing movie.

We do get to see Tobey Maguire show a wider emotional range this time, which is good; he starts as the loveable geek and changes into a conceited and nasty guy who thinks he's a macho muffin, strutting down the street like John Travolta in "Saturday Night Fever." Dunst is fine as the long-suffering girlfriend and struggling starlet, and Franco gives a strong performance as the loyal pal turned arch villain. Despite the quality of acting, I felt there were too many characters and subplots to keep track of, and too much CGI, which makes it cartoony. I give this least entertaining film in the series 3.5 stars - unnecessary subplots detract from the overall fun.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Totally Satisfied
Tatally satisfied with the product and the seller, prompt shippinf and arrived in excellent shape.
Published on Sept. 12 2009 by D. Woods
5.0 out of 5 stars Best of the series!! Spider-Man 3 is amazing. A masterpiece!!
Spider-Man 3 introduces the Sandman and Venom- two classic villians from the comic book and animated series. Read more
Published on Jan. 7 2008 by Vader
3.0 out of 5 stars Overly criticized
Yes, it's not as good as the first two movies, but it's not that far off. Some of the bits with "bad" Peter Parker are pretty goofy, but it's a totally decent film otherwise. Read more
Published on Jan. 2 2008 by Steveriffic
3.0 out of 5 stars Rare misfire from Sam Raimi
Before this film, Sam Raimi could do no wrong. The Evil Dead series is legendary in the annals of horror films, and Spider Man 2 is arguably the best comic-book film of all time. Read more
Published on Dec 25 2007 by Matthew King
4.0 out of 5 stars Three Villains Is Too Much!
After two sucesfull and critically acclaimed movies,Spiderman returns to the big screen in 2007 in his third movie. Read more
Published on Nov. 21 2007 by Tommy Skylar
4.0 out of 5 stars spiderman 3 worth watching
Spiderman 3 was a good movie but it wasnt great like the second. but then again the expectations were high and to be honest the story was pretty good in the third one its just that... Read more
Published on Nov. 1 2007 by evmotron
Spider-man 3 was probably one of the better summer releases. It lived to almost all expectations. It's action packed, visualy terrific, and funny. Read more
Published on Aug. 31 2007 by G_R_E_G
4.0 out of 5 stars well, there's good news.... (3.5/5)
...and there's bad news.first,the good news.great villains in The
Sandman and Venom.Thomas Haden Church(from "Wings" fame)is well cast as
The Sandman. Read more
Published on Aug. 27 2007 by falcon
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