Spider-Man 3

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9.3/10.The hated one of the trilogy.I understand people's feelings as I questioned having Topher Grace playing Venom.He didn't seem to get it.If anything, he just seemed off.The symbiote affecting Peter's personality was a nice touch taken from the animated series.If anything it seemed like they were doing Dr Jekyll/Mr Hyde here.I also wondered why have Bryce Dallas Howard as Gwen Stacy if she's not in there much, maybe 20 minutes tops?It was probably to further her career beyond being a star's child. I've heard Sam Raimi wanted to do the Vulture instead which would've been interesting, though I would've probably hated having John Malkovich in there. Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst, and James Franco were still solid, good performances like before.Then there was Thomas Haden Church as the Sandman.I liked the idea of a desperate father in crime trying to get money to help cure his sick daughter.If anything I found this to be one of the most picked on sequels of all time, not nearly as bad as Star Wars:The Rise Of Skywalker.

Rob245

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Factual error: During the fight scene with Sandman in the armored car, the Terminal Tower can be seen in the background, which is a landmark in Cleveland, Ohio (where the scene was shot), not in New York City.

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Harry: Looks like I came just in time.
Spider-man: Yeah, few seconds ago wouldn't have been so bad either.

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Trivia: Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man, makes a cameo appearance when Peter Parker is reading about Spider-Man getting the key to the city. He is the man that walks up and talks to him.

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Question: This applies to all 3 films. Wouldn't someone eventually see Spiderman coming out of Peter Parker's apartment and put 2 and 2 together? Doesn't this seem just a bit careless on Peter's part?

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Chosen answer: Answered in the comics: Peter's Spider-Sense tells him if someone is looking when he's about to enter/exit the apartment as Spider-Man.

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