Re: The Official "I Loved Raimi's Spider-Man' Thread - Part 1 of 99 Luft - Par
There is only one thing I don't like in the first Spider-Man movie, the meeting of the Oscorp board of directors:
Norman is happy, the company is at its best in a while, and the fools he was thrilled to tell that to them said it was an even more good reason to sell the company to Quest
Not specialized in business, but I'm pretty sure it's usually the other way around, the stronger company buys the one falling, and the one falling does other things to raise their revenues and not buy other companies
If Wally is faster than Barry as the Flash, how come he needs 15/100 of a second to pick up something right next to him, yet Barry uses that time to build something? And still have time to spare?
If something is not a choice, but I do it, doesn't this mean I chose to do it instead of choosing to ignore it or to find an alternative? Aren't they all choices by the end of the process?