15 thoughts on “Spider-Man, Spider-Man!”

      1. A bit of trivia from IMDB: The surgeon who comments: “Anyone take shop?” is John Landis, director of such wonderful films like “Animal House,” “The Blues Brothers,” “An American Werewolf in London,” and others.

  1. The elevator. The hospital. The bank. “This is really heavy.” The apartment fire. The end. All great. All delightful.

    But… the TRAIN, and how that ended up. I’m going back THIS MORNING to see the movie AGAIN, and THAT’S THE PART I’M MOST LOOKING FORWARD TO.

    1. I’m currently working as a train operator, and I had to suppress the “That’s NOT the way that would happen!” reflex. But once I did… yes. the TRAIN.

      That was one of the best action scenes I’ve seen. Hollywood is finally learning to make fight scenes that actually depict semi-human/superhuman characters doing things they would do instead of just things that a human would do, and as such.

      1. I’m currently not working as a fusion bottle operator, and I had to suppress the “That’s NOT the way that would happen!” reflex. But once I did… yes. The final Doc Ock fight.

        1. I’m currently not working as a fusion bottle operator

          You’re not? But you have the evil bald-guy look and everything… I’m sorry, I just assumed. *ashamed*

  2. Just remember what the Tick says: sometimes, you must let the evil go, or you may never get to fight evil again.

    With great powers, come great blue leotards.

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