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Tobey McGuire is better than Andrew Garfield(as a really big spider-man fan since childhood,the amazing spider-man movies were awful,peter parker doesn’t look like a hipster & uses a skateboard,plus Andrew’s acting is awful,specially from the part where he’s shaking off the spiders & their webs,truly a girl-ish attitude)I’m glad those awful movies are done for(hopefully they won’t make another origin story,others that don’t need another origin stories are batman,superman Avengers endgame best dad ever shirt & the fantastic four)hope the new one picks off where spider-man ended in civil war(also,i hope one day miles morales becomes the spider-man in movies.) I definitely would have preferred this film over the recent crappy 2 Spider-Man films. The genius of Sam Raimi and style of McGuire and Franco are irreplaceable.
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Even though Spider-Man 3 was a flop in Raimi’s eyes, it was still the highest grossing installment in correlation to budget and box office revenue. The first two were indeed great with the 2nd being among the best still. Unfortunately, that doesn’t take away from the fact that the 3rd was so bad it killed the franchise as it was. After seeing Civil War though, I’m beyond pumped for the Marvel Spiderman movies. I actually like 3, but it doesn’t measure up to the first two — and there’s a lot wrong with it: emo Parker, the completely nonsensical character arc of Harry Osborne, Haydn Church’s disgusting lips… <shudder>. I do, however, think it’s better than it’s given credit for. It did kill the franchise, but that was the dumb studio’s decision. If Spider-Man himself (and half of Marvel’s iconic characters) were created under today’s standards of success (i.e. dump it if it’s not an instant success), we wouldn’t be having all these great Marvel movies now. They should’ve let Sam Raimi make one more.