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    I doubt I will bother with Spider-Man. I'm getting bored with all these reboots...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Dogz_AK47 View Post
    I doubt I will bother with Spider-Man. I'm getting bored with all these reboots...

    Here, here!!! Same with "X-men". Continuity really sucks. They're just grabbing our dollars. While the MCU has a story line and continuity, IMHO.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Merlin1958 View Post
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    I doubt I will bother with Spider-Man. I'm getting bored with all these reboots...

    Here, here!!! Same with "X-men". Continuity really sucks. They're just grabbing our dollars. While the MCU has a story line and continuity, IMHO.


    I am aware this is a new attempt, but I'm gonna say I'm from, Missouri and SHOW ME!!!! lol lol
    This version of Spider-Man is part of the MCU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
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    I doubt I will bother with Spider-Man. I'm getting bored with all these reboots...

    Here, here!!! Same with "X-men". Continuity really sucks. They're just grabbing our dollars. While the MCU has a story line and continuity, IMHO.


    I am aware this is a new attempt, but I'm gonna say I'm from, Missouri and SHOW ME!!!! lol lol
    This version of Spider-Man is part of the MCU.

    At this point, so? lol


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    I was just mentioning it because you said the MCU has continuity and story, since Spider-Man is part of the MCU, then there's hope that we will get the same level of filmmaking. That's all I'm saying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Still Servant View Post
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    I doubt I will bother with Spider-Man. I'm getting bored with all these reboots...

    Here, here!!! Same with "X-men". Continuity really sucks. They're just grabbing our dollars. While the MCU has a story line and continuity, IMHO.


    I am aware this is a new attempt, but I'm gonna say I'm from, Missouri and SHOW ME!!!! lol lol
    This version of Spider-Man is part of the MCU.
    It really is. I loved how they wove it throughout to. I sincerely loved it.. more than Wonder Woman. I really hope with Tom Hardy playing Venom.. they find a way to bring it all together.
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    More than Wonder Woman? No way, it was a fun movie, basically a teen comedy with superheros, but none of the emotional pathos of Wonder Woman.

    Michael "I'm Batman" Keaton was really good, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo View Post
    More than Wonder Woman? No way, it was a fun movie, basically a teen comedy with superheros, but none of the emotional pathos of Wonder Woman.

    Michael "I'm Batman" Keaton was really good, though.
    Again.. we can disagree. Spiderman also has a higher Rotton Tomatoes score and a higher IMDB score. So I am not alone in my thinking. Do not get me wrong Wonder Woman was fantastic but it was not better than SPiderman. It was damm close though...
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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo View Post
    I wouldn't go that far. Fun but nothing spectacular. Still a good 7.5 or 8.
    That's my score too. It was tons of fun and I enjoyed it but felt it was missing... something.
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    The Number 23 with Jim Carrey. Interesting movie and enjoyable. There was something there that I just liked. It was a little clunky in places but overall a fun movie. 7/10

    Mrs. Miniver a 1942 WW2 war film which centered around a small coastal village in England. Typical black and white movie however for me there was a certain charm to it. 8/10
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    LA 92 is absolutely horrifying and one of the most disturbing documentaries I've seen. The saddest part is that it's been 25 years since but feels like it could all happen again tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allasorte View Post
    Was bored and was searching for something real, as in ghost like or horror documentaries. I found "Room 237" from 2012. If you area King fan a definite must see. I will say I was always skeptical of Apollo 11 and why room 217 became 237. Now I know that Kubrick knows it all?! 9/10.
    Wow, talk about weird! I mention Room 237 today to my mom, JUST NOW. And then I log into the site for the first time in a week, check out this thread first, and here we are. Weird, lol

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    I really enjoyed Spider-man, but I have to say I don't think it was better than Wonder Woman. Critics just tend to score Marvel movies higher than the DC ones. While I really think they did Spider-man right, it didn't really feel new. I am glad they didn't really tell an origin story though.

    On a side note, they actually screwed up their own timeline with this movie. They basically got the amount of time between when The Avengers takes place and when this movie takes place wrong, unless they are planning to rewrite their dates again.

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    War for the Planet of the Apes

    Fucking loved this movie. Once again, the franchise puts out another film that's just a little bit smarter and multi-layered than your average blockbuster. What was interesting about this film was that it wasn't a big, epic sci-fi war movie. There aren't really many battles in this film. Instead, it aims to catch the other sides of war. Not just the ongoing fighting, but the running, the lives lost, and the sheer personal cost of it. With the first two movies, in addition to the apes, there was also a clear human protagonist (played by James Franco in Rise, and Jason Clarke in Dawn). What was amazing was how there are really none of those in this film. It completely focuses on the apes as protagonists and the humans as antagonists in this one. It isn't quite that simple, but it's close. Woody Harrelson gives an amazing performance as the Colonel. Insane, but also, his desperate motivations are more than understandable.

    As a fan of the franchise, I also loved all of the little nods and call forwards. They were handled nicely too, being a very natural part of the plot. But more than that, it's also a great sequel to Rise and Dawn, and in fact resolves a few things from those movies. While I've heard that a fourth film is currently planned - and there's certainly enough in the world of these movies to justify that - if they decided to end things here, then this works perfectly as an end to the trilogy. The Planet of the Apes revival has been one of the best surprises of the decade, and unless Star Wars beats it with the two sequels, it could be my favourite blockbuster trilogy of the decade. 5/5


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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorDodge View Post
    War for the Planet of the Apes

    Fucking loved this movie. Once again, the franchise puts out another film that's just a little bit smarter and multi-layered than your average blockbuster. What was interesting about this film was that it wasn't a big, epic sci-fi war movie. There aren't really many battles in this film. Instead, it aims to catch the other sides of war. Not just the ongoing fighting, but the running, the lives lost, and the sheer personal cost of it. With the first two movies, in addition to the apes, there was also a clear human protagonist (played by James Franco in Rise, and Jason Clarke in Dawn). What was amazing was how there are really none of those in this film. It completely focuses on the apes as protagonists and the humans as antagonists in this one. It isn't quite that simple, but it's close. Woody Harrelson gives an amazing performance as the Colonel. Insane, but also, his desperate motivations are more than understandable.

    As a fan of the franchise, I also loved all of the little nods and call forwards. They were handled nicely too, being a very natural part of the plot. But more than that, it's also a great sequel to Rise and Dawn, and in fact resolves a few things from those movies. While I've heard that a fourth film is currently planned - and there's certainly enough in the world of these movies to justify that - if they decided to end things here, then this works perfectly as an end to the trilogy. The Planet of the Apes revival has been one of the best surprises of the decade, and unless Star Wars beats it with the two sequels, it could be my favourite blockbuster trilogy of the decade. 5/5
    Wonderful review. This makes me more excited to see this. I loved the first two and thought they were so so well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorDodge View Post
    The Planet of the Apes revival has been one of the best surprises of the decade...
    I think I agree with you. The sheer quality, craftsmanship and humanity these films have put on display is quite frankly pretty damn impressive. I haven't seen the 3rd film yet but I'm expecting to love it as much as the other two films.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorDodge View Post
    War for the Planet of the Apes

    Fucking loved this movie. Once again, the franchise puts out another film that's just a little bit smarter and multi-layered than your average blockbuster. What was interesting about this film was that it wasn't a big, epic sci-fi war movie. There aren't really many battles in this film. Instead, it aims to catch the other sides of war. Not just the ongoing fighting, but the running, the lives lost, and the sheer personal cost of it. With the first two movies, in addition to the apes, there was also a clear human protagonist (played by James Franco in Rise, and Jason Clarke in Dawn). What was amazing was how there are really none of those in this film. It completely focuses on the apes as protagonists and the humans as antagonists in this one. It isn't quite that simple, but it's close. Woody Harrelson gives an amazing performance as the Colonel. Insane, but also, his desperate motivations are more than understandable.

    As a fan of the franchise, I also loved all of the little nods and call forwards. They were handled nicely too, being a very natural part of the plot. But more than that, it's also a great sequel to Rise and Dawn, and in fact resolves a few things from those movies. While I've heard that a fourth film is currently planned - and there's certainly enough in the world of these movies to justify that - if they decided to end things here, then this works perfectly as an end to the trilogy. The Planet of the Apes revival has been one of the best surprises of the decade, and unless Star Wars beats it with the two sequels, it could be my favourite blockbuster trilogy of the decade. 5/5
    Great review, James! 100% agree. It saves me some time because you echoed a lot of the stuff I wanted to say.

    The 3 recent Apes films are easily among the best trilogies in recent memory, as well as one of the best sequels of all-time. There was such care taken in every aspect of each film. I'm really excited to follow Reeves as a director. He could have easily made the final two films as non-stop action, but he didn't.

    As a fan of the entire franchise, yes, even the shitty original sequels, I really appreciated the little easter eggs. The only one that kind of annoys me is giving the little girl the name
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    Nova. My worry is that people are going to think that she's the character in the original film, which is of course impossible.


    I think the other amazing thing they were able to do with the last 3 films, especially the last 2, was make us root for the Apes. I don't know about you guys, but I'm a human. We really should be rooting for humans, otherwise we are rooting for the demise of our own species. Of course, the Apes were the primary protagonists in the original film. Turning that upside down was really interesting for me.

    Lastly, Andy Serkis needs a shoutout. The work he's done in these films needs to be recognized.
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    There's a scene in War for the Planet of the Apes where a tear rolls down Caesar's face. Honestly, it was beautiful. That scene is so powerful knowing that Caesar is slowly watching the destruction of his creators (humans). There's sadness, pity and anger all mixed into that salty tear.
    Without the superior work of Serkis, there's no way that scene is remotely as powerful. You just completely forget he's not real.

    I really need to see this one again.

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    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    3.5/5

    While I thought Tom Holland was great, as well as Michael Keaton, I wasn't blown away by the movie. Cool gadgets and special effects don't make up for this being a low-stakes high school superhero movie.

    "We've gotta stop the Vulture! Why? Well, because he's ummm, a bad guy and he has a side hustle that hurts absolutely no one!"

    Not enough action, too many throwaway characters, the absolute WORST bully in the history of film, and to top it all off, Gwyneth Paltrow gets like ... fourth billing!? Fuck that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    3.5/5

    While I thought Tom Holland was great, as well as Michael Keaton, I wasn't blown away by the movie. Cool gadgets and special effects don't make up for this being a low-stakes high school superhero movie.

    "We've gotta stop the Vulture! Why? Well, because he's ummm, a bad guy and he has a side hustle that hurts absolutely no one!"

    Not enough action, too many throwaway characters, the absolute WORST bully in the history of film, and to top it all off, Gwyneth Paltrow gets like ... fourth billing!? Fuck that.
    Thats the point of the movie... it is low stakes. That is what makes it great.... Wait till he comes into himself. This is the SPiderman I always wanted. He wants it so bad, it isn't a curse to him. Cannot wait for more!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shannon View Post
    Spider-Man: Homecoming
    3.5/5

    While I thought Tom Holland was great, as well as Michael Keaton, I wasn't blown away by the movie. Cool gadgets and special effects don't make up for this being a low-stakes high school superhero movie.

    "We've gotta stop the Vulture! Why? Well, because he's ummm, a bad guy and he has a side hustle that hurts absolutely no one!"

    Not enough action, too many throwaway characters, the absolute WORST bully in the history of film, and to top it all off, Gwyneth Paltrow gets like ... fourth billing!? Fuck that.
    I pretty much agree with everything on here. I was torn because while I liked the fact that this was a more intimate superhero film where the villain wasn't out to destroy the universe, it felt so low stakes. This was compounded by the feeling that Keaton's Vulture coulda been ripped apart by any member of the Avengers squad in seconds.

    The Paltrow reveal was designed that way on purpose though. It was a little meta since the actress was not sure if she was willing to come back into the MCU fold.
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    A few standouts for Spider-Man though:

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    The reveal that the bad guy was his crush's father, I truly didn't see that coming, lol. Even Rose was like, "Oh noooooo!" Lol

    The "Dad Talk" was great. I love Keaton.

    The two Spider-Man Stark suits and all the web variations were awesome.

    And on the negative side:

    I was expecting more from the MJ character. I know she'll have a much bigger role later, but she wasn't very likeable lol.

    The ship scene felt a little flat at the end. I know the movie is about failure and trying your best, but I think he should have truly failed at the end when trying to pull it back together, maybe sustaining an injury I stead of just, "Oh, here's Iron Man, yay"

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    I felt like Spider-Man's powers come mostly from the suit made by Iron Man (not a spoiler, it's in the trailers), so I wasn't a fan of that. He even says "I'm nothing without that suit"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pablo View Post
    I felt like Spider-Man's powers come mostly from the suit made by Iron Man (not a spoiler, it's in the trailers), so I wasn't a fan of that. He even says "I'm nothing without that suit"...
    He is still developing his powers though... member they are playing this differently than what we have seen before. He grows into them... they have even said you won't see his "spidey sense" for some time.
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