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'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

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  • 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer


    Just weeks before the arrival in theatres worldwide of Walt Disney Pictures' 'Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End' on May 25th, Sony Pictures' eagerly-awaited 'Spider-Man 3' opens on May 4th. The film had it's world premiere this week in Tokyo and the first reviews are in from the Industry trade papers Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. Both share very interesting and varied perspectives on the first film out of the Summer Blockbuster gate.

    Review: ' Spider-Man 3'
    http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/hr/...7ce78ee032d1c0

    Spider-Man 3
    http://www.variety.com/review/VE1117...ryid=1263&cs=1
    "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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    Re: 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

    I would add "Shreck the Third" to your list...
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      Re: 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

      I have read alot of reviews on this and they are pretty luke warm some people loved it but most are just like meh.... I hope it is great!
      The earth is round.... or so i've found.

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        Re: 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

        Originally posted by cellarhound View Post
        I would add "Shreck the Third" to your list...
        I didn't make a list just so I wouldn't have to include 'Shrek'....
        "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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          Re: 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

          Originally posted by ALIASd View Post
          I didn't make a list just so I wouldn't have to include 'Shrek'....
          :lol:
          Check out my other blog:

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            Re: 'Spider-Man 3' reviews kickoff Blockbuster Summer

            Everything I've read has been really positive for SM3 and it seems like people really love it. I know that I'm getting really excited to see it, especially the more reviews I read!

            Joblo
            http://www.joblo.com/review-spider-man-3
            It may not be a flawless endeavor, but it's certainly epic. Raimi and company reach for the stars, and instead end up making it halfway across the universe. It's one bumpy and crazy ride getting there, but when things go well, they go really damn well. And while some movie trilogies end on a note that make you yearn for one last installment to redeem the series (I'm looking at you, X3!), we should be so lucky to get a conclusive finish to the SPIDER-MAN series. Almost brings a tear to my eye.

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