I don't really know if this has been discussed here before, but after reading some older back issues of Spider-Man it reminded me how he lacked that wiseass/ witty humor of his when translated to the films. This has always been a quality I've found to be very endearing when it came to the character. Now I had mentioned this to a couple of friends of mine. They answered back, saying that making callous remarks against one's opponent would come across silly upon the big screen. I beg to differ. I am rather a huge movie buff. I love older films as much as new ones. I recently watched Flynn in "The Adventures Of Robin Hood" and Jose Ferrer in "Cyrano De Bergerac". In these films both men were as entertaining in their manner of speech just as much as they were in their fighting prowess. Durring both duels, Robin Hood's "and" Cyrano's quick witted banter kept both their foes off ballance ands the audience even more entertained. Much the same way Spider-Man could have (*should have*) done. With the exception of an insulting remark towards the wrestler in Spider-Man 1 or Here's Your Change" in Spider-Man 2 he remained much of a mute in these films. I found that rather dissapointing, taking away an important part of what Spider-Man is all about. What are your thoughts??