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Old 11-17-2012, 10:24 PM   #401
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Peter gets his stuff at mostly theift stores, but i got his Blue shirt he wears and the Ramones shirt at Topman/Topshop

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And of course the black jeans, I got his Nikes and ordered the Brown Jacket.

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Would I be reaching if I thought the Spider logo painted in the alley at the end of the film reminded me much of the Spider Signal originally used in the earlier Lee/Ditko works?




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I'd like to see the Spider signal in these movies. It could even attach tho his belt, if the belt is anything like the video game's.

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I don't think you are reaching too far, Doctor Who. I view the painted wall at the end of TASM as something of a spider signal.

By the way, I love how they recreate the poster of Peter crouched up on the wall before he jumps down to take on a thug.

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Old 11-17-2012, 11:37 PM   #406
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Hmm yeah that poster re-creation was dope and a great idea.
I reckon that Graffiti is some sort of a "reference" or hint to an updated Spider-Signal, or maybe just to show that people love Spider-Man.

Anyway, it's really cool.

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Yah, Peter Parker never thought of the equation himself. Richard always had the equation written down on his notes, but never told Curt.
Yes, Peter confirms this later in the movie, I realized. However, when showing it to Connors, he appears to take credit for it.

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Old 11-17-2012, 11:39 PM   #408
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Notice Spider-Man did a lot of comic-book poses. Especially that crouch-jumping motion like a spider, and that end scene web shot. Tons of McFarlane poses, hope we get to see some crazy other poses in the sequel which I'm sure Webb will include

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"The Dark Knight Rises was the ultimate movie; The Amazing Spider-Man was the worst movie in history."

As much I loved TDKR and didn't really enjoy TAS-M, I do not agree to those two statements at all.
That's pretty much my whole high school.

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Old 11-17-2012, 11:47 PM   #410
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I thought the web swinging was way more realistic than Raimi's. When he had to go to Oscorp tower, he didn't just swing there with little effort. Similar to how Spidey met Doc Ock at the top of the clock tower. It was way more grounded, pun intended. And the scene where Spidey saves the kid from the bud in SM2, he just takes off, then 3 seconds later he's practically in the sky. Reminds me of the SM2 game, if you wanted to get up you needed to build momentum and work your way up. I liked that aspect, especially the final swing. Didn't need to be at the top of the skyscraper, just some cool acrobatics and BADA$$ poses all around!

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I actually liked how Spidey didn't web swing in the traditional way. Instead he sort of used his webbing as an extension to his parkour. I thought that was neat and it made more sense.

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Yeah, that was a fantastic way to use the webs. It looked like what a gymnast or traceur would do with web-shooters.

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Old 11-18-2012, 01:05 AM   #413
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Exactly. The way he kept to the walls whilst holding his web.
I was in the city today and saw some buildings, I wondered how could he be swinging along the buildings with one web line attached onto the building, he would need to gain some momentum and run along the walls where the web is attached to.

Basically, he kept in line with physics and kept it real.

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Peter gets his stuff at mostly theift stores, but i got his Blue shirt he wears and the Ramones shirt at Topman/Topshop
can you send me the link to his blue shirt?

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My "Dark Knight Rises was the ultimate movie, The Amazing Spider-Man was the worst movie in history" friends showed this to me. I watched ASM later and loved it still.
Time to hang with a smarter crowd.

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Yes, Peter confirms this later in the movie, I realized. However, when showing it to Connors, he appears to take credit for it.
Yah...I'm iffy on that whole idea of Peter making it seem like he arrived at the equation without telling Curt that it was indeed Richard who found it. And, even if Richard found it, you would think there could've been a reason for Richard to not tell Curt the equation.

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That's pretty much my whole high school.
Kinda silly. Both statements are at the very ends of the spectrum. One's the "ultimate" movie and the other is the worst movie in history? Lol. TDKR may be great, imo, but it's nowhere the "ultimate" movie and while I'm not a huge fan of TAS-M, it's nowhere near being the worst movie in history.

Any kind of fan can be very silly, although the ones saying that specific ideology is most likely the dreaded 'Nolanite' that only likes Nolan's Batfilms and not Nolan's actual line of work.

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Yah...I'm iffy on that whole idea of Peter making it seem like he arrived at the equation without telling Curt that it was indeed Richard who found it. And, even if Richard found it, you would think there could've been a reason for Richard to not tell Curt the equation.
I don't know, I think it plays. It cements and elevates the high opinion Connors seems to have of Peter starting from their first meeting. It gets Peter inside Oscorp and closer to a man who dealt with his father. He keeps Connor's interest, and is seen more as his own man rather than just his father.

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Ill post a picture of the blue shirt.

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...It's just a blue t-shirt, why do you feel the need to post a picture of that?

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Lol.

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I actually liked how Spidey didn't web swing in the traditional way. Instead he sort of used his webbing as an extension to his parkour. I thought that was neat and it made more sense.


It kinda makes more sense too, I guess. Spidey's pivot points (where the web attaches) would most likely be to his far right or his far left, he'll be lucky if he gets a clean swing, straight down the middle of the city for long, so yeah, it makes sense that he'd be running on the sides of buildings with a webline in hand.

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Would I be reaching if I thought the Spider logo painted in the alley at the end of the film reminded me much of the Spider Signal originally used in the earlier Lee/Ditko works?



I brought this up a while back too, I thought the graffiti symbol was some version of the Spider-Symbol.

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It kinda makes more sense too, I guess. Spidey's pivot points (where the web attaches) would most likely be to his far right or his far left, he'll be lucky if he gets a clean swing, straight down the middle of the city for long, so yeah, it makes sense that he'd be running on the sides of buildings with a webline in hand.
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:20 PM   #423
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the spider-symbol was created by street artists... basically showing that they "believe" in the hero... not actually something peter did.. so no, it's not really the "spider-symbol" other than it just being his costume logo

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http://www.j-grab.com/auction/jp/page/c374651563/en/


sooo, is going to be called The Amazing Spiderman 2? ahhhhhhh!

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Oh...well, I sure as **** hope that title isn't final.

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