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Thursday, May 03, 2007

 

"Spider-Man 3 sucks"

Or so says "QA," a colleague currently living and working in Nagoya, Japan where movie tickets cost the equivalent of $14.99 US. Spider-Man 3 opened over there on Tuesday, a full three days before American audiences will get their paws on it. Here are some of her thoughts with minor spoilers, complete with handy bullet points:




  • Kirsten Dunst sings...TWICE! My ears were bleeding.


  • Every character cries.


  • One of the villains, [Venom], became a villain in an all too coincidental manner.


  • The same goes for how Spidey became "Black Spidey." Just stupid.


  • The sand villain is absolutely unnecessary and I don't know why he hated Spidey so much in the first place.


  • They upped the cheese factor of the movie by 300%, which includes a lot of dancing by Peter Parker. You will see. It is soooooo bad.


  • Spidey rides in to save the day with a giant American Flag behind him. It was again...cheesy.


  • I liked the other movies. I'm not a Spidey basher...but the movie was terrible.


  • Dancing? Singing? Crying? This is starting to sound like a lame, Bollywood Spidey knock-off instead of the real deal. Say it ain't so, Sam Raimi, say it ain't so!

    Also, a question: why does Spider-Man get a hyphen? Does he really need it? Batman doesn't. Superman isn't "Super-Man." I guess this is just another example of Peter Parker's neurosis.

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