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Spider-Man 3
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Spider-Man 3 2007

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At the conclusion of the last installment in the Spiderman franchise, Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) had revealed to Mary Jane (Kirsten Dunst) that he was really Spiderman, opening up his chances for a romance with her. As the third installment opens, he is in the midst of just that. Life has found its little piece of rosy pasture for Parker, allowing him to woo Mary Jane and pursue better job opportunities at The Daily Bugle. But as most comic book stories go, things can not stay placid for very long when you're a superhero and soon Parker is up against some of the toughest demons he's ever faced. An escaped criminal by the name of Flint Marko (Thomas Hayden Church) is revealed to be the true killer of Peter's beloved uncle Ben. On the run from the law, Marko gets trapped in the middle of an industrial accident, transforming him into the shape-shifting Sandman and giving Peter a new foe to deal with. He also ends up with conflict in the office as his boss hires a new reporter (Topher Grace) to investigate why Mary Jane left his son to be with Peter. Conflicting emotions leave Peter prey to a mysterious black substance which takes over his body, enhancing his powers and tapping into his underlying rage and desire for revenge on the criminal responsible for his uncle's death. It also opens the door for Harry (James Franco) to step into his father's place as the New Goblin, looking for his own revenge over the injustice he believes Parker had a hand in. Mix in a new dame (Bryce Dallas Howard) who sets her sights on Peter and add the fact that the mysterious black substance has plans for more than just Spiderman and you've got yourself the darkest and most twisted of the franchise's installments. Can Spiderman overcome the forces within him and discover what's truly important? Will his relationship with Mary Jane thrive or suffer? How will he handle the newer villains getting throw in every direction at him? Come May 4th, 2007, the world will find out.

Release Date:May 4th, 2007
MPAA Rating:PG-13
Running Time:140 minutes
Directed By:
Sam RaimiSam Raimi
Written By:
Stan LeeStan Lee
No image existsSteve Ditko
Tobey MaguireTobey Maguire
Kirsten DunstKirsten Dunst
James FrancoJames Franco
Thomas Haden ChurchThomas Haden Church
Topher GraceTopher Grace
Bryce Dallas HowardBryce Dallas Howard
James CromwellJames Cromwell
Rosemary HarrisRosemary Harris
J.K. SimmonsJ.K. Simmons
Dylan BakerDylan Baker
No image existsBill Nunn
No image existsTheresa Russell
Cliff RobertsonCliff Robertson
No image existsTed Raimi
No image existsDaniel Gillies
Carolyn NeffCarolyn Neff
Bruce CampbellBruce Campbell
Elizabeth BanksElizabeth Banks
Toni WynneToni Wynne

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Spider-Man 3 Movie Review by Joe (7/19/2011)

All together this movie is a disappointment. The uninspiring bad guys, the average acting, and the goofy storyline all make for one frustration of a cycle.
So Peter is going to propose to the lovely M.J when he runs into Harry who has turn into the new Goblin avenging his father's death. Spider-Man must face off...

(complete Spider-Man 3 review by Joe)

Spider-Man 3 Movie Review by Filmkiller (7/5/2010)

Though for different reasons, I was left with just as many mixed feelings from Spider-man 3 as I was from the previous installment. While both films attempt to be, and sometimes succeed in being, deeper and more complex narratives than the original movie incarnation, they also are guilty of being uneven, bordering on...

(complete Spider-Man 3 review by Filmkiller)

Spider-Man 3 Movie Review by BillyBob (6/28/2009)

I hate Peter Parker and Mary-Jane Watson.

I hate 'em. I hate 'em. I hate 'em.

This is now the 3rd bloody time that I've had to tolerate these 2 dreary morons and their mega-tiresome 'love' affair in, yet, another asinine sequel. And, I'm tellin' ya, I'm frickin' sick to death of it, and them, too - Big time.

I seriously...

(complete Spider-Man 3 review by BillyBob)

Spider-Man 3 Movie Review by KODIE (2/26/2008)

this was a fairly good movie, it is my belief that there were too many villians in this movie... it went from one villian in the first one, one villain in the second one, but three villians in the third one. it had amazing graphics but from now on they need to stick to one simple villian because it is just confusing and...

(complete Spider-Man 3 review by KODIE)

Spider-Man 3 Movie Review by Ben (12/17/2007)

My verdict is...it's okay, but that's probably being a bit generous.

"Spiderman 3" does have a hard act to follow in the wake of "Spiderman 2" which itself was one of the best sci, sequels, action, and comic book movies ever made. But you would expect better from all the people involved. The main problem with "Spiderman...

(complete Spider-Man 3 review by Ben)

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