Originally Posted by Anno_Domini
The only idea of TAS-M being "grounded" was felt with Spidey's costume, but that's thrown out of the window with the sequel's new suit anyways, so any talk of "grounded"-ness should just be shrugged off.
And a smurf shooting electricity, lol...poor Foxx. He goes from being in a great film to a film where he's now a smurf that shoots electricity.
The dialogue in Webb's film feels more "realistic" than Raimi's films? How does that work?
Id wager that the civilian characters and the personal relationships are more realistic in webbs movies but that's nothing to do with being grounded. Its just better acting and writing. It speaks nothing about the fantastical elements of the films.