A genuine notion of ‘Spiderman never kills people’ is a New Yorker’s religion.
But some strange parasite infects him, spreads across his spider suit. This amplifies the spider powers and adds a darker shade to the personality called The Spider Man and also to the man Peter Parker, who does the spider act. This transforms both into powerful men. Spider & Parker then go on a vengeful drive.
And then how Parker does shed the dark parasite, wins his girl friend (Mary Jane, who had drifted from him, owing to his ignoring her due to his spider man heroics) and some emotional stints with a lost friend, Harry Oswald, forms the rest of the story.
Add to it some flashbacks, some breath taking graphic sequences, some fun intended personalities, some hip frolicking song sequences….some emotional scenes with a granny, giving lessons about Love and a happy marriage…….And an enemy, a not so convincing, but good hearted enemy….to add to it… all the spider man haters join together and attempts to kill him. Whole exercise is telecast live on a television….
Are you sighing enough?....There is much more…If interested, please go and check it out yourselves…
There is a big hype in India about the release of Spider Man 3, that interested me to go and check out…I was totally disappointed, I must say.
A Complete Masala stud Telugu movie would’ve been that, I thought at the end. This one was pretty long, without any particular story, logic or any enthralling scenes.
One saving grace here was, it was not boring at any given moment, and the actors have not disappointed, but a weak script, wrong timing and over dose of sequences frustrates you. I didn’t see even one child in the hall screaming aloud over any scene, I guess, their summer time would’ve been better spent in front of a cartoon network instead.
Some better things about it all - Back ground scoring is good. It has a villain that no one had ever thought of before…a sand man…concept of a sand man stands good, but the main purpose of having him in the plot sucks. Some comic relief is also in store with a hyper active editor of The Daily Planet.
All in all, the spider man failed to move me, for the lack of the thrill of fighting with a Spidy, or the feel of baddies taking over me…Spidy help.??
I have not seen the first two parts of Spider Man. Probably I would’ve liked them better.
If you consider my advice, better not waste your 100 bucks(or more) over a spider man who doesn’t want to enthrall you.
Rajiv Masand doesn't agree with me.
My Rating : POOR.