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    Still haven’t seen it but the John Hughes comparison makes me nervous since I don’t care for most of his stuff.

    It was light and fun and a super refreshing take on the superhero movies. latey they have been so dark and gloomy … this was great and funny.

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    I saw this today. It was alright, but nothing really special. It was pretty good for a marvel film but that’s not saying much. Tom Holland was great but I hate that they’re trying to pass him off as a nerd, that’s so unbelievable, and like, how did those creepy guys with guns enter a high school without setting off a shit ton of alarm bells? Besides that I didn’t have any problems with the plot, but I mean, we’ve seen it before so it wasn’t that exciting either. The humor was good, it always annoys me in the Whedon movies, cuz he’s not funny at all, but this one was pretty funny.

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    He sneaked out all the time and nobody didn’t find it THAT suspicious to ring the alarm. Even his almost girlfriend didn’t add 1 to 1 at the prom despite the fact that he already left her during decathlon.

    Even then, it was very fun, Marvel style. Between this and “Guardians of Galaxy” you can see how they write their protagonists, sidekicks and villains in pretty much the same way.

    Oh and Gwyneth Paltrow billed sixth for being there in one scene for around 2 minutes. That’s a laugh.

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    Did anyone else think his best friend was extremely annoying?

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    I know I’m in the minority but I hated it. I thought it was the worst out of the 6 Spiderman movies. Spiderman 2 with Doc Ock was the best!

    As far as awards, I really hope it gets zero nominations. Especially not screenplay! (There were 8 writers on this including the guys who wrote the terrible Vacation reboot.) The producer of this also produced the lousy Ghostbusters reboot last year.

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    Still haven’t seen it but the John Hughes comparison makes me nervous since I don’t care for most of his stuff.

    I actually like John Hughes but the worst part in this Spiderman was the obvious Ferris Bueller reference that they hit you over the head with.

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    What worked best for me with this film is that it was actually fun…outside of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” films and “Deadpool,” a lot of recent superhero films have been very serious, but there’s no issue with having a fun superhero film (and unlike “GOTG” and “Deadpool,” a fun superhero film that isn’t deadly sarcastic or raunchy). I suppose that could be a turn off to some, but it helped me enjoy the film much more. Tom Holland wowed me in “The Impossible” years ago and he’s grown into a very fine actor. I think he’ll have quite the successful career even beyond “Spider-Man.” Plenty of seeds set up here for a franchise, and with the Marvel tie-ins and the talent this project drew, I’m more than okay with that. Donald Glover has to be coming back though, right? I don’t know a lot about the comics, but a name like that with the role he had in this film doesn’t add up unless that character gets expanded going forward. Either way, good on Spidey for finally joining the Marvel universe!

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    They introduced new villains as small character and set up Oscorp/ AKA Norman Osborn/ AKA The Green Goblin. Oscorp is what bought the Avengers tower.

    Did they say that in the movie? If so, I totally missed it.

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    I knew Glover was the uncle of Miles Morales but didn’t notice anything about Oscorp.

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