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MOVIE POLL: Now that you've seen 7 minutes from "Spider-Man 3", what's your take on the film?

Mar. 7, 2007by:

Now that you've seen 7 minutes from "Spider-Man 3", what's your take on the film?

Two words, dude: awe-some!! This has excited me even more about the film!!
I'm just as excited as I was before...no more, no less. Still buzzed though.
Meh, the footage actually didn't do all that much for me, if anything, it weakened my interest.
Yawn!! Am I the only one who thought this footage was pretty lame? I mean the CGI in the action sequences were pretty bad!
I don't care about Spider-Man 3 or your query, good sir, but I do care about Salma Hayek looking pregnant, according to MovieHotties.com (shameless plug). I never touched her.
I know it's too late, but GET RID OF THAT STUPID FLYING POWER RANGER CHARACTER...it's embarrassing!!

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7:51PM on 03/07/2007
im not watching it, for the same reasons im not watching any footage of 300. i wanna see the gloriousness in its entirety. Fin.
im not watching it, for the same reasons im not watching any footage of 300. i wanna see the gloriousness in its entirety. Fin.
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12:59PM on 03/07/2007

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I also never see these kind of clips that are 5, 6, 7 minutes long. What's the point? I'm already excited to see the movie and I already hate it when trailers reveal way more than they need to
I also never see these kind of clips that are 5, 6, 7 minutes long. What's the point? I'm already excited to see the movie and I already hate it when trailers reveal way more than they need to
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12:54PM on 03/07/2007

Lame

I thought the chase sequence was lame, good CGI, but extremely lame. The brief snippets of clips showed at the end were pretty tight though.
I thought the chase sequence was lame, good CGI, but extremely lame. The brief snippets of clips showed at the end were pretty tight though.
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12:35PM on 03/07/2007

I agree

Why watch major portions of the flick, especially if they are essential scenes and ruin the flick that I'm gonna drop $10 on anyways? I haven't, and likely will not, view any of the 7 minutes of footage.
Why watch major portions of the flick, especially if they are essential scenes and ruin the flick that I'm gonna drop $10 on anyways? I haven't, and likely will not, view any of the 7 minutes of footage.
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6:59AM on 03/07/2007

Kudos Mojave

I agree...as I gave in to temptation and began watching it, I realized I was ruining the movie for myself. A few clicks forward showed me that there were effectively just three scenes, giving away critical parts of the movie. I turned it off and walked away.
I agree...as I gave in to temptation and began watching it, I realized I was ruining the movie for myself. A few clicks forward showed me that there were effectively just three scenes, giving away critical parts of the movie. I turned it off and walked away.
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6:15AM on 03/07/2007
The only reason I picked the "no more, no less" option is because I PURPOSELY didn't watch the footage. I want to see the movie in its entirety.
The only reason I picked the "no more, no less" option is because I PURPOSELY didn't watch the footage. I want to see the movie in its entirety.
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1:27AM on 03/07/2007

Am I the only one?

Who doesn't see the benefit in seeing seven minutes of a movie that's not coming out for two months? I'm just as excited to see the movie as everyone else, but a giant chunk of if? I know Universal has to feed the masses and sustain buzz for the coming months and weeks, but isn't this overkill? Am I just being a wet blanket? Can I make this strike-back consist solely of questions? Can I?
Who doesn't see the benefit in seeing seven minutes of a movie that's not coming out for two months? I'm just as excited to see the movie as everyone else, but a giant chunk of if? I know Universal has to feed the masses and sustain buzz for the coming months and weeks, but isn't this overkill? Am I just being a wet blanket? Can I make this strike-back consist solely of questions? Can I?
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