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  • In the case of Spiderman 3, the third installment is definitely terrible compared to the previous two films
  • The problem with this is you have to give each villain equal time or they don't seem to be as important as the other characters
  • My suggestion would to leave it alone and not attempt another movie

    • by Steve
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      I’ve mentioned this once, but when it comes to Superhero movies, you usually will have a hit with the first attempt at it but the sequels will never live up to the original. In the case of Spiderman 3, the third installment is definitely terrible compared to the previous two films.

      When Spiderman 2 came out, it actually managed to be an exception to my rule about sequels. It wasn�t as good as the first film but pretty close. The third film, however, made mistakes other franchises have made and was a serious disappointment.

      First, like the sequels to Batman and the Fantastic Four, Spiderman 3 decided to have the


      hero facing more than one super villain at a time. The second Batman film, for example, had Cat Woman and the Penguin. The second Fantastic Four film had the Silver Surfer and Dr. Von Doom. Spiderman 3 had the Green Goblin, Sandman and Venom.

      The problem with this is you have to give each villain equal time or they don’t seem to be as important as the other characters. When you do that, you drag out the film and wind up having three plots going at once. Since this doesn’t work, you eventually have to have one of them become the leader, making the others nothing more than ...


      • a couple henchmen; ruining the whole point of having them in the first place. In fact, the Green Goblin (well, actually, the Green Goblin�s son Harry) really didn’t have that much of a role in the film.

        If having all these villains to choose from wasn’t enough, the movie also decided to focus a little too much on Peter Parker and his life when he�s not Spiderman. I rented this movie to watch him fight Venom, not fight with his girlfriend Mary Jane. Speaking of which; can we have a Spiderman movie where she’s not the one needing to be rescued?

        Of course, the movie might as well be about

        Peter Parker considering everyone seems to know he’s Spiderman anyway. What exactly is the point of having a secret identity if everyone knows who you are? And yet, none of the villains even thought about attacking him while he was sleeping in his crappy apartment or going after his aunt. And, with hundreds of people watching the final fight going on, you can�t tell me none of them managed to get a photo of him without his mask on.

        The way this film ended, it could be the final installment or it could easily set up a fourth film. My suggestion would to leave it alone and not attempt another movie.




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    Azriel says :

    I agree with you. This sequel did not live up to the first o e. I think not even to the 2nd part. This seemed as though just another movie that they want to make in order to make money out of yet another spiderman movie.

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