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Author:  aDam [ Sun Oct 23, 2005 9:34 pm ]
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Anyway I'm all on board with what Sam Raimy did in Spider-Man when he added Kirsten Dunst and rain for a very favourable outcome.

And yeah Daniel mentioned Mr. Mom was one because he saw it on my board but I had actually not seen it today. Eerie... also I saw a bit of Multiplicity after making this post which reminded me of the crapulescense of the modern Keaton.

Author:  Mr. Glass [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 9:32 am ]
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It's hard to believe someone could believe Spider-Man is all about selling out when, of the main cast, one was actually popular. Tobey McGuire at the time was that nerd from The Cider House Rules. James Franco was, hell still is, that dude that looks like James Dean. And Casting Willem Defoe as your villain? Yea, that's a box-office grab if I've ever heard one.

Author:  opuscat [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 10:22 am ]
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Oh yeah, Franco was the worst part about that movie ... what a terrible actor he is ...

Author:  aDam [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 3:22 pm ]
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I'll agree with Newport on that one from the actor point of view. Even Kirsten in all her hotness would not be the typical choice for a young female love interest.

But still I found it to be a very heavily studio movie. There was just a lot of money and hype around it so there's no getting around that. I keep forgetting that Sam Raimi directed that movie. Of course when I watch many of his movies I forget it's him because he doesn't really have a common indistinguisheable element... beside Ted Raimi...

And I thought James Franco was actually pretty good. I saw him in a movie where he played a man whore not long ago.

Author:  opuscat [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 5:04 pm ]
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aDam wrote:
And I thought James Franco was actually pretty good. I saw him in a movie where he played a man whore not long ago.


Of course you did :shock:

I cringe everytime he talks in Spidey#2 ...

Author:  aDam [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 6:31 pm ]
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I didn't say I thought he was hot or anything!

Author:  opuscat [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 8:00 pm ]
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Maybe we should start another comci book movie thread ...

I just read this in the guide I get from Rogers ...Nic Cage, who I knew was a Coppola, picked his last name from the name of Power Man from the Marvel Comics ... Power Man is Luke Cage.

Author:  aDam [ Mon Oct 24, 2005 11:21 pm ]
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I could split this one...not sure how well that will read....

Hm... I think that went well.

Author:  IDE [ Thu Oct 27, 2005 4:48 pm ]
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I loved batman 1.

Batman 2 was kind of too Burtony (which is great for some people, but I don't think it belongs in batman)

However seeing what we ended up with I would gladly have given tim burton full creative control for all the rest of the sequels and kept keaton as batman every time.

Author:  Halden [ Thu Oct 27, 2005 9:40 pm ]
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Newport Restaurant wrote:
It's hard to believe someone could believe Spider-Man is all about selling out when, of the main cast, one was actually popular. Tobey McGuire at the time was that nerd from The Cider House Rules. James Franco was, hell still is, that dude that looks like James Dean. And Casting Willem Defoe as your villain? Yea, that's a box-office grab if I've ever heard one.


A power Ranger Villan, Way over done CG , Spider Man swinging on an american Flag and they released in the summer...Yeah you are right they made this with srtistic integrity in mind.

Author:  opuscat [ Thu Oct 27, 2005 10:48 pm ]
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You have very womanly feet!!!

Author:  Shwiggie [ Fri Oct 28, 2005 10:15 am ]
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IDE wrote:
I loved batman 1.

Batman 2 was kind of too Burtony (which is great for some people, but I don't think it belongs in batman)

However seeing what we ended up with I would gladly have given tim burton full creative control for all the rest of the sequels and kept keaton as batman every time.

I was going to ask what sort of drugs you were taking to come to that conclusion, but I figure you've outlined that in a thread elsewhere and I'd hate to make you repeat yourself.

Batman Returns was shit, just not the same sort of shit as Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. The only difference is it came out of Burton's ass rather than Schumacher's.
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Author:  Mr. Glass [ Mon Oct 31, 2005 10:12 am ]
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Halden wrote:
Newport Restaurant wrote:
It's hard to believe someone could believe Spider-Man is all about selling out when, of the main cast, one was actually popular. Tobey McGuire at the time was that nerd from The Cider House Rules. James Franco was, hell still is, that dude that looks like James Dean. And Casting Willem Defoe as your villain? Yea, that's a box-office grab if I've ever heard one.


A power Ranger Villan, Way over done CG , Spider Man swinging on an american Flag and they released in the summer...Yeah you are right they made this with srtistic integrity in mind.


Summer release for a Comic Book Movie? That might be a sign of the Apocalypse.

It's not a "sell-out" movie. It's just kinda crappy.

Author:  IDE [ Mon Oct 31, 2005 11:06 pm ]
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Shwiggie wrote:
IDE wrote:
I loved batman 1.

Batman 2 was kind of too Burtony (which is great for some people, but I don't think it belongs in batman)

However seeing what we ended up with I would gladly have given tim burton full creative control for all the rest of the sequels and kept keaton as batman every time.

I was going to ask what sort of drugs you were taking to come to that conclusion, but I figure you've outlined that in a thread elsewhere and I'd hate to make you repeat yourself.

Batman Returns was shit, just not the same sort of shit as Batman Forever and Batman & Robin. The only difference is it came out of Burton's ass rather than Schumacher's.
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I see a couple different shades of brown I guess.

Author:  opuscat [ Wed Nov 02, 2005 9:24 pm ]
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So my wife tells me she saw the worst movie on the flight to Vancouver, Bewitched ... only to be outdone on the way back by something even sadder ... The Fantastic Four ... haven't seen it yet.

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