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    Spiderman 2

    jeeezuss that movie frikkin rocked. The fight scene on the train was un-frikkin-believeable. awesome. goin again.

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    I agree the action was great... well most of it. But overall I felt it was B- at best.

    Campy and corny all in one breath in most places.
    Anyone else notice how many screaming girls there were?

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    I thought the movie was amazing. It absolutely crushed the first one. It was funnier and the action was much, much better. I dunno, it's just one of those movies that made me feel good when I walked out.

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    Cool

    I agree, the second was MUCH better than the first. Im gonna definately see it again! The train sequence was really sweet! Cant wait until 2007! :blue:

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    fight scenes were a big improvement from the first one. especially the cg with spider-man swinging through the city, nice touches and such. Only complaint would be that some parts of the movie dragged on too long.

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    i likes it
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    yup
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    and any campiness/corniness was intentional, it made me laugh :jump1: :clapping2

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    SHIT YEAAAAH!!! Great comic book movie! Damn, it made me feel like a little kid again. Obviously, there's gonna be some cheeseball parts, but I loved every minute of it.

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    gah!just when it's coming out in this frikkin place where i happen to live we're going on holiday!!! :ranting: :flamig: :realmad: :mad: :bars:

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    I was super impressed with doc octopus. They translated him perfectly from the comics to the movie. He is one of my favorite comic book villains ever. The scene where he gets out of the water and walks over spiderman is stuck in my head. Ominous and tragic.. Brilliant!

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    The movie overall was a fun showing. To me a lot of it was redundant from the first one...at least with the visuals of Spiderman and his movements. Nothing really new or spectacular with him. Don't get me wrong tho, it was a good movie. Doc Oc was done well too.

    So what comes next? MJ's fiance' was an astronaut...is that Venom forshadowing? Or will it go to Green Goblin's son?...and since I am never on top of movies....are they even making a 3rd?

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    sooo much better than I expected. the writing was surprisingly well done even if it was hollywood style. i will see it again.

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    It was soo cool!! It makes the first movie even more boring! Even though it already got old after a while. Its a great ending too to open up to the next Spiderman movie. This one has a whole lot more story than the first. I got me on the edge a lot.

    By the way, Yellow Dart,they are making a third movie.
    Im not gonna say anything cause I dont want to spoil things for other people by answerig those questions.

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    did anyone else think that Bruce Campbell's put on some weight?

    ...so what if i'm bored, and ordinary?...

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