Despite a few flaws and a little more action,
I still essentially enjoyed Spiderman 3, and the moments
of great humor.
The sequence in which black-looking goo
from outer space affixes itself to Spiderman's suit, making him
have a split personality, from very aggressive & nasty to
very shy & polite, makes for some fun stuff.
I found there's plenty to like and it's
consistently enjoyable, for a good start of the summer blockbusters.
Spidey's back, and this time he's bogged
down with three villains and that whiney, fickle girlfriend of
Peter Parker takes on his most difficult
challenge as he explores his dark side while trying to decide
if revenge is more satisfying than proposing to Mary Jane.
Too many villains and too many storylines
convolute this overlong sequel in the mega-franchise.
But it's still your friendly neighborhood
Spiderman, all the way.
is action-packed, with all the digital fireworks that a $250
million budget can buy.
It's both the the most impressive chapter
and the nuttiest.
It's a love story, and it's also a Jekyll
& Hyde battle for the soul of Spiderman that turns from comedy
into a religious parable about forgiveness and redemption.
This comic book blockbuster is not the
typical message of a summer extravaganza, where even the villains
turn out to have a redeeming human side.