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How amazing is The Amazing Spiderman?

Bitter, Bitter Balcony, Movie Review, The Amazing Spiderman 2012James VanderbiltMarc WebbAndrew Garfield,Emma Stone,Rhys Ifans,Martin Sheen,Sally Field,C. Thomas Howell,Denis Leary,Julianne Nicholson,Campbell Scott,Irrfan Khan Bitter,Bitterometer,meter The Amazing Spiderman(2012)

After many COUGH not many enough COUGH long years we finally get that “Spiderman” reboot that we didn’t really ask for or want. Admittedly, the four-minute trailer really gave us the impression that this movie, while a tad unwelcome, would at least be well made. All of that aside the real question is was the final result good and worth the short wait?

The story of Peter Parker’s path to becoming Spiderman is one we all know and saw a few years back. We know the steps we have to take to get there. The radioactive spider has to bite him and the death of his Uncle Ben acts as a catalyst. We’ve seen it before and this film gives us pretty much the same we’ve seen before. This time around you have Kurt Connors and his eventual alter ego The Lizard to deal with.


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And the new Spider-Man is... Andrew Garfield

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Yup, in this video he looks soooooo enthused too.....

Eh, I prefer Tobey McGuire. I still wish they would have made one more that didn't end in such a bummer, but nope It's REBOOT time!

What time is it?

Reboot time!

Why is it that time?

Because we've got to cash in as much as we can!

Why is that?

Because Hollywood LOVES not coming up with anything new and exciting.

Video after the jump.


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What's Up, Doc? The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus review!

The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Terry Gilliam is one unlucky man. The mischievous visionary has run into terrible situations in recent projects, most notably the failed attempt to revive Don Quixote (documented in 2002’s “Lost in La Mancha”) and apparent schedule and budget constraints of 2005’s “The Brothers Grimm.” And then, the tragedy of Heath Ledger’s untimely death threatened to doom Gilliam’s latest film, “The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.”

The ingenious director was fortunate to complete the film while keeping most of Ledger’s performance intact. And with friends in high places along the lines of Johnny Depp, Jude Law and Colin Farrell picking up where Ledger left off, Gilliam was able piece together this inspired fantasy, perhaps his best work since “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”


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