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Re: This is the worst film iv ever seen in my life!
• Posted by: GammaRay
• Date: Thursday, July 1, 2004, at 6:16 p.m.
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• In Response to: This is the worst film iv ever seen in my life... (Acehit)

> This is most definately the worst film i have ever set eyes on!

> right are u all ready for this, here goes!

> 1. Danny Elfman was the wrong choice to do the score for this film, the
> music wasnt too far from Batman, is it just me or did the music sound ever
> so similar!
They should've got John Williams, he wouldve digged it.

> 2. Casting is the worst casting iv ever seen. Toby Maguire is spiderman? i
> dont think so! he was way too boyish and geeky, and above everything else
> he was a lousy actor, especially in the emotional and love scenes he
> sucked. Oh and i think his too young as well, and his hair wasnt right, oh
> and his abit short.
Kirsten Dunst wasnt right either, this is a big
> budget film, huge expectations, i dont think she was attractive enough,
> you want a higher ranked actress who could also act abit better. Willem
> Defoe? Now that really takes the piss! for starters his too old, you want
> someone young and athletic, acting wasnt a problem here but the script
> destroyed him. Moving onto Johnson the newspaper boss, ok good lookalike
> but why did he act so overboard! i knw his supposed to be overcrazed but
> it got way too camp and you couldnt take him seriously.

> 3. The special effects sucked, it didnt luk real point black! At one point
> it gt so ridiculous that when spiderman was speaking, the mouth didnt move
> now whats that all about,just goes to show they didnt take it seriously
> after all. Why didnt they have a stuntman in a spiderman costume swinging
> from a crane or something, think how real it would've looked! im sure if
> they put there minds to it, they could've made it work

> 4. The Dialogue was not right, script was lousy and the story was too
> camp! ok the film is directed to kids, fair enough but it wasnt good
> enough.

> Look at films like Superman and Batman, there both epics! Superman remains
> in my book as the greatest superhero adaptation of alltime. why didnt the
> makers of spiderman learn from these films. Even the original incredible
> hulk had great cinematic elements, this film could've been so much better!

> Thank you.

wow, what the hell is stuck up your ass?

1. elfman was fine. john williams- i have nothing against him but his music is to "light" in a sense. howard shore should have done this, in my opinion.

2. casting. how can you hate a movie because of an actor's hair or height. come on get a grip. and kirsten dunst not hot? i think you're gay.

3. special effects sucked? yeah...right. you try swinging from a crane. think of how gay it would have looked. it just looked artificial because he's a superhero w/ unnatural abilities. and the whole mouth thing- he had a mask on you idiot. how can you see if your mouth moves with a piece of fabric over it?

4. dialogue? some of the best quotes i've ever heard came from aunt may herself. and it wasn't directed for kids either

and frankly, no one gives a damn about 'your book'

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