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Anyone wondering if Sam Raimi has seen The Amazing Spider-Man yet?

Feb. 18, 2013by: Niki Stephens

When the keys to the Spider-Man kingdom were handed over to Marc Webb, did Sam Raimi make any plans to go see THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN? Um, not so much. This is what the director had to say when asked if he had the opportunity to check the flick out:

Well, I'm a big Marc Webb fan and a giant fan of Emma Stone. And of Andrew Garfield. I saw him on Broadway in "Death of a Salesman" -- it's just brilliant. And I love the producers of that movie because they are dear friends, and the writer. But, I haven't had the guts to go see the movie yet. Because I don't want to go to my girlfriend's wedding. I just can't bring myself to do it. I don't have the guts. But, I hear it's great. My wife even loved the picture and said it was a wonderful, excellently produced, beautifully acted, brilliantly written Spider-Man picture. She'd tell me the truth and that's what she said.

Quite the comparison. It's nice that he's so kind to those involved with the Webb franchise. When it comes down to it, it's not necessary for him to see it. If he doesn't want to, then so be it. I think if I were in that position and had gone to see the film, I would just be making notes in my head about the differences and what I would have done.

Raimi has just decided to give Webb a pat on the back, and wish him the best:

"I think I handed the torch to Marc and I hear that he ran with it and succeeded and made a brilliant picture. I'm happy for him and all the team. And I only wish him the best and I salute them because it's a tough job, too."

Source: HuffPo

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12:54PM on 02/19/2013

You're not missing anything, Sam

After Spider-Man 3 had Avi Arad and the studio meddling and throwing out/changing the script as they shot it, Amazing Spider-Man had zero excuses for being lousy. Instead, it was just generic, lifeless, and incredibly DULL studio hackery, no different from the reboots of Total Recall and The Thing. Hopefully the sequel is better.

But there's a reason why nobody remembers ASM and it only came out 7 months ago.
After Spider-Man 3 had Avi Arad and the studio meddling and throwing out/changing the script as they shot it, Amazing Spider-Man had zero excuses for being lousy. Instead, it was just generic, lifeless, and incredibly DULL studio hackery, no different from the reboots of Total Recall and The Thing. Hopefully the sequel is better.

But there's a reason why nobody remembers ASM and it only came out 7 months ago.
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11:34AM on 02/19/2013

Amazing SM was a fun movie

Raimi's SM films were awful over all. I enjoyed the first for the most part, but SM2 is possibly one of the most overrated films to date - with X2 and Blade2. All had such huge plot holes and inconsistencies in them that I could not ignore. Pure Garbage!
Raimi's SM films were awful over all. I enjoyed the first for the most part, but SM2 is possibly one of the most overrated films to date - with X2 and Blade2. All had such huge plot holes and inconsistencies in them that I could not ignore. Pure Garbage!
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12:21PM on 02/19/2013
Lots of people disagreed with you, and did so with their wallets.

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I found Amazing SM to be a crappy rendition of a self-absorbed, whiny, little prick that I didn't even recognize as Peter Parker. All his 'problems' (as well as the danger the city and its citizens get put in) are a direct result of this version of Peter Parker making every bad decision possible. It's like he learned nothing while living with his Uncle and Aunt.
Lots of people disagreed with you, and did so with their wallets.

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I found Amazing SM to be a crappy rendition of a self-absorbed, whiny, little prick that I didn't even recognize as Peter Parker. All his 'problems' (as well as the danger the city and its citizens get put in) are a direct result of this version of Peter Parker making every bad decision possible. It's like he learned nothing while living with his Uncle and Aunt.
10:04AM on 02/19/2013

fuck him

not made a good movie since evil dead!!
not made a good movie since evil dead!!
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9:38AM on 02/19/2013

There's still hope for Raimi....Maybe.

Maybe the same thing will happen with Raimi what happened with Bryan Singer...I'm sure another Amazing Spider-Man will suck and eventually they'll let Raimi bring his interpretation again...We'll see.
Maybe the same thing will happen with Raimi what happened with Bryan Singer...I'm sure another Amazing Spider-Man will suck and eventually they'll let Raimi bring his interpretation again...We'll see.
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8:05AM on 02/19/2013
I have already felt like i was in my girlfriend's wedding, and it was when i watched The Amazing Spider-Man because it was a huge disappointment and left me with a big "why" over my head: Why i didn't care about the character's? Why Uncle Ben's and Captain Stacy's death scene didn't "touch" me? Why The Lizard's "evil plan" wasn't felt like a big threat? Why i didn't care about Peter's and Gwen's relationship or about the after-credits scene? The only scene that did made me care about, was
I have already felt like i was in my girlfriend's wedding, and it was when i watched The Amazing Spider-Man because it was a huge disappointment and left me with a big "why" over my head: Why i didn't care about the character's? Why Uncle Ben's and Captain Stacy's death scene didn't "touch" me? Why The Lizard's "evil plan" wasn't felt like a big threat? Why i didn't care about Peter's and Gwen's relationship or about the after-credits scene? The only scene that did made me care about, was Spider-man fighting the Lizard in school's library behind Stan Lee. And that makes it, for me, an unsuccessful Spider-man cinematic incarnation simply because it WASN'T "a wonderful, excellently produced, beautifully acted, brilliantly written" movie! As for Raimi's trilogy, i 'd rather count it as "duology" and say that it just stood decently in that particular period of time...
Oh, and i did enjoyed a lot the 1994-98 animated series, too! That it would be a really good cinematic version to be based on.
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6:05AM on 02/19/2013
Surprised that so many people enjoyed the Raimi Spider-man movies. I always liked Spider-man and especially enjoyed the 1994-1998 Spider-man animated series and thought a lot of those episodes were fantastic. For me that's the how I want to see Spider-man portrayed. After watching Raimi's three films and Tobey Maquire's portrayal of the character I'm hardly a fan anymore. With that said, I thought Raimi's 2nd film was pretty enjoyable. He could only improve after the first movie. Going back to
Surprised that so many people enjoyed the Raimi Spider-man movies. I always liked Spider-man and especially enjoyed the 1994-1998 Spider-man animated series and thought a lot of those episodes were fantastic. For me that's the how I want to see Spider-man portrayed. After watching Raimi's three films and Tobey Maquire's portrayal of the character I'm hardly a fan anymore. With that said, I thought Raimi's 2nd film was pretty enjoyable. He could only improve after the first movie. Going back to the first movie though, as was said below, the Goblin looked like crap in that movie and the effects looked pretty bad too. CGI man he was called back in the day as soon as he put the mask on. The new movie at least felt more real, although it had some flaws too.
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9:58AM on 02/19/2013
i couldn't agree more. the original trilogy is just so poor, its a struggle to sit through. maguire is just awful, just cries and moans his way through the films. i used to think the second was good but i sat through it again not long ago, its just as poor as the rest!
i couldn't agree more. the original trilogy is just so poor, its a struggle to sit through. maguire is just awful, just cries and moans his way through the films. i used to think the second was good but i sat through it again not long ago, its just as poor as the rest!
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5:25AM on 02/19/2013
I'm a comic book fan...needless to say...no adapted movie will ever hold up to my level of expectation and for that reason...very few ever reach a level I have films like Aliens, Terminator or Die Hard at. Batman Begins and the Incredible Hulk (the latter through repeat viewings only) are possibly my two highest rated comic book movies.

With regard to Raimi's Spider-man movies, I don't think any of the movies are great...more good / enjoyable...but credit the guy for getting so much right.
I'm a comic book fan...needless to say...no adapted movie will ever hold up to my level of expectation and for that reason...very few ever reach a level I have films like Aliens, Terminator or Die Hard at. Batman Begins and the Incredible Hulk (the latter through repeat viewings only) are possibly my two highest rated comic book movies.

With regard to Raimi's Spider-man movies, I don't think any of the movies are great...more good / enjoyable...but credit the guy for getting so much right. From Toby's Parker in the first two movies...to the very depressing tones set in part 2...to that scene in the first one when Goblin throws a pumpkin bomb and Parker catches the blast at point blank range...the way his mask is torn...all great stuff. Unfortunately, the standing the movies held for me were completely wrecked as a result of the third movie - I've heard that the inclusion of Venom (the main problem...though not the only problem with the movie) was not of his doing...but alas...the buck usually stops with the director...and so he gets the stick he gets on his version of Spider man. However, the more I think about the Amazing Spider-man, the more I realise how much I didn't like it a level Raimis movies have so far not fallen too.
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1:32AM on 02/19/2013
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
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1:25AM on 02/19/2013
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
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1:18AM on 02/19/2013
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
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1:08AM on 02/19/2013
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
I liked Spider-Man it was good, not great. Spider-Man 2 was Spectacular (pun intended). Spider-Man 3 was one of the worst comic book films ever made and also ruined the entire trilogy.

The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books. I thought it was slightly better than the first Spider-Man, but not as good as Spider-Man 2. But the overall feel of the film as well as the characters and story were 1000x better than Raimi's visions.
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2:08AM on 02/19/2013
"The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books."

Except for... you know... the completely different costume and character backgrounds.
"The Amazing Spider-Man is the closest interpretation of the comic books."

Except for... you know... the completely different costume and character backgrounds.
12:32AM on 02/19/2013
You need to see the film for yourself, Mr. Raimi, and you'll know your Spider-Man trilogy is much better by miles.
You need to see the film for yourself, Mr. Raimi, and you'll know your Spider-Man trilogy is much better by miles.
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11:01PM on 02/18/2013

I prefer The Amazing Spider-Man

Still very much enjoy the first two Raimi flicks, but Webb's version just grabbed me more and I liked it better. No shame on that, both are good, I just enjoyed Garfield and Stone's acting much more. Well and the story. But to each their own. Still dig Raimi though.
Still very much enjoy the first two Raimi flicks, but Webb's version just grabbed me more and I liked it better. No shame on that, both are good, I just enjoyed Garfield and Stone's acting much more. Well and the story. But to each their own. Still dig Raimi though.
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10:13PM on 02/18/2013
Would someone please shoot Sony in the face and give Spider-Man back to Marvel?
Would someone please shoot Sony in the face and give Spider-Man back to Marvel?
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9:40PM on 02/18/2013

Class Act

Glad to see Raimi so gratious about the whole situation. After the studio interference with Spider-man 3, and then dropping Spider-man 4 during early pre-production, I would understand if he was a little bitter. I'm still upset we won't get to see his Spider-man 4, or his version of the Vulture played by Ben Kingsly.
Glad to see Raimi so gratious about the whole situation. After the studio interference with Spider-man 3, and then dropping Spider-man 4 during early pre-production, I would understand if he was a little bitter. I'm still upset we won't get to see his Spider-man 4, or his version of the Vulture played by Ben Kingsly.
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9:39PM on 02/18/2013

What a pile of turd... Marc Webb's Spidey sucked balls..

Rami's wife is too nice, that last Spidey movie made no sense, it was missing scenes and the pacing was half hazard. I will have to say that I have erased the third Rami Spidey flick from my mind, but the first two will always be the gold standard of Spidey films, even with snaggle tooth Mary J and menopausal Peter mucking up some scenes. I mean good god, I hope he doesn't cry lie that in real life.
Rami's wife is too nice, that last Spidey movie made no sense, it was missing scenes and the pacing was half hazard. I will have to say that I have erased the third Rami Spidey flick from my mind, but the first two will always be the gold standard of Spidey films, even with snaggle tooth Mary J and menopausal Peter mucking up some scenes. I mean good god, I hope he doesn't cry lie that in real life.
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1:18AM on 02/19/2013
The last movie made no sense? It was about as true an interpretation of the comics as we are going to get.

What made no sense was that load of crap known as Spider-Man 3. Oh and the green Power Ranger Goblin.
The last movie made no sense? It was about as true an interpretation of the comics as we are going to get.

What made no sense was that load of crap known as Spider-Man 3. Oh and the green Power Ranger Goblin.
1:18AM on 02/19/2013
The last movie made no sense? It was about as true an interpretation of the comics as we are going to get.

What made no sense was that load of crap known as Spider-Man 3. Oh and the green Power Ranger Goblin.
The last movie made no sense? It was about as true an interpretation of the comics as we are going to get.

What made no sense was that load of crap known as Spider-Man 3. Oh and the green Power Ranger Goblin.
9:36AM on 02/19/2013
AGREED DeRezzer...If I wanted an emo spidey I'd watch a goth porn parody of Spider-Man...Marc Webb went back and did another origin story, which was fucking stupid to begin with...And Lizard WTF? A Fucking talking Gumba? It's a damn shame Raimi won't be back.
AGREED DeRezzer...If I wanted an emo spidey I'd watch a goth porn parody of Spider-Man...Marc Webb went back and did another origin story, which was fucking stupid to begin with...And Lizard WTF? A Fucking talking Gumba? It's a damn shame Raimi won't be back.
5:16PM on 02/19/2013
I agree number three sucked balls, but so did the last entry.
I agree number three sucked balls, but so did the last entry.
9:37PM on 02/18/2013
Thats how i felt exactly.as a big fan of Tobey maguire,sam raimi's Spiderman,it took me lot of time to watch the new andy garfield spiderman.i thought the new spiderman will spoil my memories of old spiderman.the new spidey is just not bad
Thats how i felt exactly.as a big fan of Tobey maguire,sam raimi's Spiderman,it took me lot of time to watch the new andy garfield spiderman.i thought the new spiderman will spoil my memories of old spiderman.the new spidey is just not bad
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9:17PM on 02/18/2013

Raimi and Webb

Not that I can judge, but I will say I miss Raimi not directing another Spiderman movie. Yet I really should see Marc Webb's Spiderman to have an idea on which I like better ,etc.
Not that I can judge, but I will say I miss Raimi not directing another Spiderman movie. Yet I really should see Marc Webb's Spiderman to have an idea on which I like better ,etc.
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9:14PM on 02/18/2013
Honestly, Spider-Man 2 not only remains the best Spider-Man movie yet, it is one of the best comic book movies out there. It was like Stan Lee's Spider-Man came to life.

The Amazing Spider-Man is really just Ultimate Spider-Man, they gave it the wrong name. Nothing about it captures the spirit of the Amazing Spiderman comics. Plus, its boring that every villain is a result of Oscorp. Such lazy writing.
Honestly, Spider-Man 2 not only remains the best Spider-Man movie yet, it is one of the best comic book movies out there. It was like Stan Lee's Spider-Man came to life.

The Amazing Spider-Man is really just Ultimate Spider-Man, they gave it the wrong name. Nothing about it captures the spirit of the Amazing Spiderman comics. Plus, its boring that every villain is a result of Oscorp. Such lazy writing.
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9:56PM on 02/18/2013
This. Mr Moe speaks the truth.
This. Mr Moe speaks the truth.
1:25AM on 02/19/2013
Spider-Man 2 is great and you're right it's one of the best comic book movies. But Spider-Man 3 is one of the worst comic book movies and ruined all continuity.

And how can you say that Raimi's movies were like Stan Lees vision? He changed just about everything from the books. The new one is the closest interpretation of any Spider-Man movie to the comic books.

I mean Raimi had the Green Goblin look like a Power Ranger. He made Peter seem like an idiot. Parker is supposed to be
Spider-Man 2 is great and you're right it's one of the best comic book movies. But Spider-Man 3 is one of the worst comic book movies and ruined all continuity.

And how can you say that Raimi's movies were like Stan Lees vision? He changed just about everything from the books. The new one is the closest interpretation of any Spider-Man movie to the comic books.

I mean Raimi had the Green Goblin look like a Power Ranger. He made Peter seem like an idiot. Parker is supposed to be intelligent. And he's supposed to be a wise ass, not cutting corny elementary school jokes.
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8:52PM on 02/18/2013
i wasnt into it, i thought it just laid there as a movie. nothing really stuck out as amazing, just ok. the overly awkward romance was nearly unbearable for me. i think the taint of spider-man 3 is clouding many a mind when comparing this to the first spider-man.
i wasnt into it, i thought it just laid there as a movie. nothing really stuck out as amazing, just ok. the overly awkward romance was nearly unbearable for me. i think the taint of spider-man 3 is clouding many a mind when comparing this to the first spider-man.
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8:49PM on 02/18/2013

Can't help but agree

I don't think that Webb's version was all-around better than Raimi's trilogy, but I can say that some elements were better implemented in it, so I can definitely see where Raimi is coming from when he says that he would look at it as a "Oooh I could have/should have done that," or "Ha, I did that better," and understand why he wants to avoid that.
I don't think that Webb's version was all-around better than Raimi's trilogy, but I can say that some elements were better implemented in it, so I can definitely see where Raimi is coming from when he says that he would look at it as a "Oooh I could have/should have done that," or "Ha, I did that better," and understand why he wants to avoid that.
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8:45PM on 02/18/2013
Nigga - she lied to you.
Nigga - she lied to you.
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10:21AM on 02/19/2013
Hmmm, as an African American who doesn't use the n-word, I think this could have been related without that term; I actually think even black people who use this racist term have issues.

I wonder if you would have said:

Jap- she lied to you.

Spic-she lied to you.

Wetback-she lied to you.

Wop-she lied to you.

Chink-she lied to you.
Hmmm, as an African American who doesn't use the n-word, I think this could have been related without that term; I actually think even black people who use this racist term have issues.

I wonder if you would have said:

Jap- she lied to you.

Spic-she lied to you.

Wetback-she lied to you.

Wop-she lied to you.

Chink-she lied to you.
12:20PM on 02/19/2013
Well I'm an African American who does use the word because I grew up around it and I'm comfortable with its usage. Also, let me point out that "nigger" has about ten different definitions in American culture, not like the derogatory terms you listed. It's not a fair comparison.
Well I'm an African American who does use the word because I grew up around it and I'm comfortable with its usage. Also, let me point out that "nigger" has about ten different definitions in American culture, not like the derogatory terms you listed. It's not a fair comparison.
8:41PM on 02/18/2013

i liked them both

I did enjoy the Amazing Spider-Man. Raimi's first two were decent but to me they just have not aged well. Spider-Man has never been my go to superhero, though. But Raimi's Spider Man movies were much better than: original Daredevil, Green Lantern, Captain America, Ghost Rider, and others. Same with the X-Men movies; I really enjoyed the first two but again, to me, they have not aged well. Time will tell how the Amazing Spider Man ages but I did prefer the actor's to Raimi's chosen.
I did enjoy the Amazing Spider-Man. Raimi's first two were decent but to me they just have not aged well. Spider-Man has never been my go to superhero, though. But Raimi's Spider Man movies were much better than: original Daredevil, Green Lantern, Captain America, Ghost Rider, and others. Same with the X-Men movies; I really enjoyed the first two but again, to me, they have not aged well. Time will tell how the Amazing Spider Man ages but I did prefer the actor's to Raimi's chosen.
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8:38PM on 02/18/2013

Wife is an honest person

Considering it's better than all of his films, I'd say he should stay away.
Considering it's better than all of his films, I'd say he should stay away.
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9:07PM on 02/18/2013
No, no she is not. Amazing Spider Man comes nowhere close to touching the greatness of Raimi's Spider Man films.
No, no she is not. Amazing Spider Man comes nowhere close to touching the greatness of Raimi's Spider Man films.
8:36PM on 02/18/2013
Sam Raimi's wife is a liar. It was none of those things that she described.
Sam Raimi's wife is a liar. It was none of those things that she described.
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1:32AM on 02/19/2013
When's the last time you watched those movies. Because Part 1 has aged very poorly. 2 still holds up well. And part 3 was always crap.

2/3 movies are below average.

Amazing Spider-Man is only held back by the fact it had to retell the back story. But obviously they did a better job. That film had a better cast, better acting, a better story (since they actually stayed true to the books) and more action than the first Spidey film.

When's the last time you watched those movies. Because Part 1 has aged very poorly. 2 still holds up well. And part 3 was always crap.

2/3 movies are below average.

Amazing Spider-Man is only held back by the fact it had to retell the back story. But obviously they did a better job. That film had a better cast, better acting, a better story (since they actually stayed true to the books) and more action than the first Spidey film.

3:54PM on 02/19/2013
sorry Voice Over...though i agree with your assessment of Spiderman 3, your characterization of Amazing as having "obviously" done "a better job" is your opinion but not many agree. Amazing had bad pacing, silly action sequences, a poor villain, this lame "untold story" shit that didnt pan out, wasnt all that true to anything and was so full of holes i dont know where to begin. Raimi's wife was being nice. Period. Amazing was anything but amazing. And Sam can live and die without seeing that
sorry Voice Over...though i agree with your assessment of Spiderman 3, your characterization of Amazing as having "obviously" done "a better job" is your opinion but not many agree. Amazing had bad pacing, silly action sequences, a poor villain, this lame "untold story" shit that didnt pan out, wasnt all that true to anything and was so full of holes i dont know where to begin. Raimi's wife was being nice. Period. Amazing was anything but amazing. And Sam can live and die without seeing that film but anyone who misses Spiderman 2 is living half a life.
8:07PM on 02/18/2013

Sam...

dont bother.
dont bother.
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8:05PM on 02/18/2013

Mr. Rami...

Get back to making R rated horror movies, please. No offense but your spiderman movies sucked. And everything else you recently done wasn't really good. But I love that you a very verse and can do many different movies.
Get back to making R rated horror movies, please. No offense but your spiderman movies sucked. And everything else you recently done wasn't really good. But I love that you a very verse and can do many different movies.
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8:34PM on 02/18/2013
His Spider-Man films were amazing. Granted number three wasn't up to par as the previous two, but Spider Man 1 and 2 are some of, if not the best superhero films of all time.
His Spider-Man films were amazing. Granted number three wasn't up to par as the previous two, but Spider Man 1 and 2 are some of, if not the best superhero films of all time.
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7:52PM on 02/18/2013
Raimi is as gracious as always. I'm sure he gets that question all the time, and if I were in his shoes, I'd be sick and tired.
Raimi is as gracious as always. I'm sure he gets that question all the time, and if I were in his shoes, I'd be sick and tired.
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7:49PM on 02/18/2013
That makes two of us, Sam...
That makes two of us, Sam...
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8:35PM on 02/18/2013
You're not missing much.
You're not missing much.
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