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Though there are more characters and plotlines, and the action sequences still dazzle, Spider-Man 3 nonetheless isn't quite as refined as the first two. Read critic reviews
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Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) and M.J. (Kirsten Dunst) seem to tát finally be on the right track in their complicated relationship, but trouble looms for the superhero and his lover. Peter's Spider-Man suit turns Black and takes control of him, not only giving Peter enhanced power but also bringing out the dark side of his personality. Peter must overcome the suit's influence as two supervillains, Sandman and Venom, rise up to tát destroy him and all those he holds dear.
Rating: PG-13 (Intense kích hoạt Violence)
Genre: kích hoạt, Fantasy, Adventure
Original Language: English
Director: Sam Raimi
Producer: Avi Arad, Grant Curtis, Laura Ziskin
Writer: Ivan Raimi, Sam Raimi, Alvin Sargent
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Release Date (Theaters): wide
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Box Office (Gross USA): $336.5M
Distributor: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Production Co: Sony Pictures Entertainment
Sound Mix: DTS, Dolby SRD, SDDS
Aspect Ratio: Scope (2.35:1)
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Jan 15, 2022
I have something of a love-hate relationship with this movie. Each time I see it, my opinion differs. First viewing, I hated it; then it grew on me; then it would lose mạ. This time…I didn't lượt thích it. Look, there's good stuff in here, great stuff even. The Sandman born sequence is amazing, and some of the action scenes hold up. But amnesia Harry, emo Peter, and the stupid miscommunications on which the whole plot is built make a lot of it pretty insufferable. About 1/4 of it is good, great even, but that other 3/4….oof.
Oct 15, 2017
Hard to tát believe it's been 10 years since this movie came out. I remember all the hype after the tremendous success of 1 and 2. This movie is actually fine, if you cut 25 or 30 minutes from it. Take out some of the goofy humor, the odd, depressing scenes with Mary Jane (she is a real downer in this movie) and some strange scenes when Black Spidey emerges. He acts lượt thích a very awkward jerk during this short phase. However, Sandman is great, Venom is fine, and young Goblin is pretty good too, especially the battle royale at the kết thúc. Well done. The CGI is overdone in this one, and the long battles at the start with Spidey and Harry are a little silly. This one simply could not live up to tát the hype, but if they had cut this one down đôi mươi minutes, it would be nearly as good as 1 and 2, and with lots of bad guys and action scenes. Plus, Stern released Spider-Man pinball in 2007 and I love that game!
Jul 12, 2017
Ah, the Spider-Man film that nearly ruined the franchise, Spider-Man 3. Like the previous two films, there's a tremendous amount of nostalgia attached to tát this film for mạ. This was the first trilogy of superhero films that I connected with, and at 13 years-old I was willing to tát forgive many of the mistakes this film made, most of which I cannot forgive a decade later. Only a few films have tried balancing more kêu ca one villain, Spider-Man 3 being the classic example of how not to tát tự it. Apparently, the studio forced Venom on Sam Raimi and hence making Harry & Sandman's arc far less effective when the final act is bogged down by a silly attempt at bringing Venom to tát the big screen. None of the three villains are all that great, but there's at least some emotional undercurrent with both Sandman and Harry. Venom is, more or less, just a third act reveal that is meant to tát please fans. Only, it did the exact opposite. Another thing that definitely didn't win over fans was the fact that this film made Peter Parker an absolute jerk. It's one thing to tát have the symbiote change Peter, but it's another thing to tát have him physically abuse Mary Jane, and nearly kill his best friend Harry multiple times. This was far from the Peter Parker we came to tát love in the first two films. Another headache was the direction they took Harry Osborn. Having him get "hit in the head" and lose his memory for half the film was one of the stupidest and laziest decisions I can remember from a comic-book film. I don't mind having Harry go the villainous route, but the memory loss was all a bit of a headache. There is good, however. Raimi, as he proved in the first two, is great at shooting high-scale action. The CGI is definitely dated when looking back on it after 10 years, but the action is as visceral as anything in any Spider-Man film to tát date. Yes, that includes 'Homecoming'. If only the dialogue surrounding the action could match the brutality. I also think Thomas Haden-Church's performance as Sandman is nothing to tát scoff at, reminding mạ of the character depth that made Doc Ock so sánh memorable. At the kết thúc of the day, Raimi was trying to tát give us a Spider-Man film that dealt with bigger and more important personal issues, whether that worked for you or not is entirely up to tát the viewer. I think if Raimi had the tools that filmmakers have now (improved CGI) and perhaps a little less studio interference, then Spider-Man 3 could be a much better kết thúc to tát the trilogy kêu ca it ended up being. There's plenty I can't forgive about this film, especially the infamous 'dancing in the street' sequence, but I don't think it's anywhere near as bad as people make it out to tát be. +Action +Deals with real issues -But is sometimes careless in its execution -3 villains proved to tát be way too much -Memory loss for Harry 5.8/10
Apr 13, 2016
Spider-Man 3 is definitely the weakest in the trilogy. Despite saying that I actually enjoyed this movie. Yes this film is messy but it doesn't make it a boring movie. Tobey once again is great as the character of Peter Parker/Spider-Man. And all the cast from the previous films are fantastic as ever but it also introduces us to tát some new characters. Topher Grace as Eddie Brock, I really despise this character I feel lượt thích he's poorly written and wasn't a good choice to tát play this character. Bryce Dallas Howard as Gwen Stacy is okay and thats pretty much where it stops for mạ she is in the grey area for mạ. However Thomas Hayden Church as Sandman/Flint Marco was great! He has a heartfelt story with his daughter and I think he's a really good villain however he is kind of underutilized I felt since there's an overubandance of villains. So far the negatives I have are Topher Grace and Eddie, overubandance of villains and subplots, some poorly done CGI work, shoehorned Venom and last but not least the Emo dancing Peter Parker..... Looking past the flaws Spider-Man 3 is a fun movie that has some good aspects to tát it and it concludes the trilogy fairly well despite being quite rocky.