Discussion in 'Reality Check' started by Scott, Jul 14, 2015.
the new flick with leo and jen law and a few others looks pretty good
The new Spiderman trailer made me happy as hell.
Doc Oc and all the baddies from Mcguire and Garfield's universe being magicked into the MCU. Can only hope the xmen are next. Magneto being Scarlett witch's father and all. They alluded to bringing xmen to the MCU when they have xmen quicksilver show up on wandavision instead of avengers 2 quicksilver
The press around this Spider-man movie has been unreal. Everywhere you go sites are reporting Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are making a big appearance in this movie to help Spidey stop the sinister Six. And there are clips from the trailer that back it up, with Sony removing characters and having things not make sense. (Lizard takes an invisible punch in the UK or south american version) plus Maguire was spotted at a costume fitting... Set photos of all 3 costumes have been released.... But no official reports that they are coming back.
I have my tickets to take the boys. Can't wait!
To say I enjoyed Spiderman: No way home, would be a gross understatement. My god that movie was fantastic for spiderman fans.
I can't even talk about who did the best acting jobs without Spoilers so hurry up and watch it folks!
Saw it on Friday. Epic. Love love loved it. So much fan service too.
Some of the people I expected to just do fan service cameo's ended up being the show stealers. One badass villain in particular
I found a certain other appearance to steal every scene they were in. May have a name that they share with a lasagna loving cat...
Watching now, enjoyed it, 33 mins to go... curious how it ends
He was good. Nothing beats one of the villains though.
I was presently surprised. The last 45 minutes of this movie was pure fan service. In the vein of cobra kai fan service.
Watched it last night. It wasn’t as funny as I was hoping for with that cast. I think the absurdity of it actually hit way too close to home given recent world events over the last 5 years. I know that was partly the intent of it but too close to home opens up a bit of uncanny valley feeling.
Pretty much agree with all that.
Oddly enough I’m very interested to see the Weird Al movie