Critic Review - New Yorker

Laziness mingles with overkill, violence with mawkishness: most of the characters weep at the slightest provocation, but heads are beaten, burned, and sheared off by passing subway trains.

April 30, 2007 Full Review Source: New Yorker | Comments (9)
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mark lunsford

I am not sure about this movie..

Apr 30 - 08:36 PM


Al b

awesome, more sappy and corny stuff for spiderman. If they make another spidey, they need a new director. No more crying

Apr 30 - 09:33 PM


x c

anthony lame is a loser

May 1 - 10:37 AM

Ottawa Fred

Fred Maack

May 2 - 06:30 AM


lee brandt

Yeah, everyone is saying that the movie isn't good. I believe them now.

May 2 - 03:01 PM

Ralph Wiggum

Ralph Wiggum

The Spider Nerds aren't going to like this review. But it has the ring of truth to it. Besides, the first two weren't that good to begin with

May 2 - 04:44 PM


Jordan Shipman

May 3 - 09:45 AM


Jordan Shipman

May 3 - 10:26 AM


Frank Truman

Anthony Lane aptly points out the movie's many shortcomings.

May 4 - 02:40 AM

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