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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #75 on: December 10, 2009, 10:29:02 AM »
I like to think it was his way of expressing himself after being forced to have Venom in the movie.   :)


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #76 on: December 10, 2009, 10:31:29 AM »
Well if it felt Rami maybe then you will understand why i think he(in his own way)is just as bad a film maker as Bay.  They both are giving massive budgets to put whatever painfully stupid ideas they have on the screen,and I would not pay money to see a movie from either of the. 

The dancing scene made me want to burn the Spiderman comics i had at home,that is how bad it was.  Also Grace as Venom?! AAAAHHHH!


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #77 on: December 10, 2009, 10:39:25 AM »
No I completely fail to understand your thought process as usual, I think Spider-Man 3 is the second misstep in Rami's whole career. 
 
A minute or two of a movie made you want to destroy things you love?  I'm reminded of this:

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You haven't seen Transformers 2?  That surprises me since you seem to rant about that a lot, althought I could be confusing you with PSCD again.


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #78 on: December 10, 2009, 10:43:09 AM »
I liked the dance too, it felt very Rami to me.

Totally, and I'm sure Sam had a lot of fun w/ it, too. It had his sense-of-humor stamped all over it.

I like to think it was his way of expressing himself after being forced to have Venom in the movie.   :)

...hahahahaha.  :)

Well if it felt Rami maybe then you will understand why i think he(in his own way)is just as bad a film maker as Bay. 

Good lord....

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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #79 on: December 10, 2009, 10:52:36 AM »
Look I have said my piece.  I don't think Rami is a good enought filmmaker to warnet my risking money on one of his movies again.  I now go.


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #80 on: December 10, 2009, 10:54:48 AM »

Look I don't spend all my time gushing over Sam rami,I don't like most of him movies.  I will not spend me money on this.  If you can live with that then i am sorry.  Maybe we should have the mods weigh in on if formum members have to like Sam rami films or not.  People said that the scenes that I think are some of the worst put on film ever are very much in Rami style,I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.  I didn't think Spiderman 3 was the greatest thing the human race has ever produced,learn to live with that.

Awww, DW...why did you delete your post? It was awesome!!

And dude...

I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.

So you're gonna thumb your nose at Warcraft? You do know how much that's gonna own, right? But then why would you care, Raimi and the fantasy genre is gonna suck balls anyway.

And Sam's been kicking ass for nearly thirty years, Michael Bay, he's not.

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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #81 on: December 10, 2009, 10:58:15 AM »
Look I don't spend all my time gushing over Sam Rami, I don't like most of his movies. 

Well, I suppose that would make gushing difficult

I will not spend me money on this.  If you can't live with that then i am sorry.

I accept your apology and concern over possibly mass suicide based on you disliking a director but I'm still not sure if you'll be spending money on the movie or not.  Perhaps you could have mentioned if you were planning to spend money on the movie earlier in the thread.


Maybe we should have the mods weigh in on if formum members have to like Sam rami films or not. 

That's what I like to see, some fresh ideas instead of all the usal negativity and ranting.  I support this suggestion.


People said that the scenes that I think are some of the worst put on film ever are very much in Rami style,I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies. 

Someone dancing for under 10 minutes is one of the worst things put on film?  I guess you don't like 'dancing' movies either, see? we have some common ground.

Also, thank you for finally clearing up if you'd be paying to see this.

I didn't think Spiderman 3 was the greatest thing the human race has ever produced,learn to live with that.

Again, your concern over my ablity to continue living is touching.  I appreciate you're aware your stance against this movie that hasn't been made would be a shock since you're normally so calm and positive, I'm sure everyone on here who's said they think Spider-Man 3 is the greatest thing the human race has ever produced thanks you also.

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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #82 on: December 10, 2009, 11:01:43 AM »

Look I don't spend all my time gushing over Sam rami,I don't like most of him movies.  I will not spend me money on this.  If you can live with that then i am sorry.  Maybe we should have the mods weigh in on if formum members have to like Sam rami films or not.  People said that the scenes that I think are some of the worst put on film ever are very much in Rami style,I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.  I didn't think Spiderman 3 was the greatest thing the human race has ever produced,learn to live with that.

Awww, DW...why did you delete your post? It was awesome!!

And dude...

I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.

So you're gonna thumb your nose at Warcraft? You do know how much that's gonna own, right? But then why would you care, Raimi and the fantasy genre is gonna suck balls anyway.

And Sam's been kicking ass for nearly thirty years, Michael Bay, he's not.



I have to wonder why you are so upset about me not liking Sam rami movies.  Look I didn't like Evil Dead.  I thought Spiderman was decent at the time but since has aged badely,and Spiderman 3 was one of the worst superhero movies I have ever seen.  I don't like his movies and i don't care about Warcraft(The game or the movie)at all.  Warcraft isn't even on my radar that is how little I care.  You really need to stop letting what I think about movies upset you so much.  Also Have you heard the Spiderman rifftrax?  Maybe you should spend at least some of your time attacking Mike,Kevin,and Bill,they didn't seem to like the movies either.
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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #83 on: December 10, 2009, 11:05:28 AM »

Good lord, just when I was about to go back on topic...

I could give a flying fuck what you like, DW.

The Vulturess isn't gonna happen.   :D

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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #84 on: December 10, 2009, 11:10:42 AM »
STOP ATTACKING PEOPLE WITH MILDLY TEASING BANTER YOU THOUGHTLESS BASTARD!  ;D


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #85 on: December 10, 2009, 11:52:16 AM »

Good lord, just when I was about to go back on topic...

I could give a flying fuck what you like, DW.

The Vulturess isn't gonna happen.   :D

If she is, I hope she's bald.


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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #86 on: December 10, 2009, 12:08:01 PM »

I hope she's bald AND Brigitte Nielson.

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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #87 on: December 10, 2009, 02:06:30 PM »

Look I don't spend all my time gushing over Sam rami,I don't like most of him movies.  I will not spend me money on this.  If you can live with that then i am sorry.  Maybe we should have the mods weigh in on if formum members have to like Sam rami films or not.  People said that the scenes that I think are some of the worst put on film ever are very much in Rami style,I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.  I didn't think Spiderman 3 was the greatest thing the human race has ever produced,learn to live with that.

Awww, DW...why did you delete your post? It was awesome!!

And dude...

I am saying that since i don't like those scenes I will not be waisting any more money on any more Sam rami movies.

So you're gonna thumb your nose at Warcraft? You do know how much that's gonna own, right? But then why would you care, Raimi and the fantasy genre is gonna suck balls anyway.

And Sam's been kicking ass for nearly thirty years, Michael Bay, he's not.



I have to wonder why you are so upset about me not liking Sam rami movies.  Look I didn't like Evil Dead.  I thought Spiderman was decent at the time but since has aged badely,and Spiderman 3 was one of the worst superhero movies I have ever seen.  I don't like his movies and i don't care about Warcraft(The game or the movie)at all.  Warcraft isn't even on my radar that is how little I care.  You really need to stop letting what I think about movies upset you so much.  Also Have you heard the Spiderman rifftrax?  Maybe you should spend at least some of your time attacking Mike,Kevin,and Bill,they didn't seem to like the movies either.

I adore Spiderman 2 and I attempted to rip it to shreds in the section I wrote, and I imagine at least some of the others who wrote on it love the movie(s) too.  That's the whole point of Rifftrax - making fun of movies.  I don't think we should have to school you on that part.  They've riffed on - some brutally so - some good movies that I assume at least one of the three has to like.

No one cares that you don't like Sam Raimi, dude.  No one's upset.  I think people are at most mildly amused by how upset you seem about it all.




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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #88 on: December 11, 2009, 06:33:46 AM »
I like to think it was his way of expressing himself after being forced to have Venom in the movie.   :)

Being a director who likes horror, I'm shocked and surprised that Raimi hates Venom, whom is kind of horror genre inspired in general. I've loved Venom ever since his first appearance in the comics and I'm still pissed off about how he was handled in the movie. He should have been saved for the fourth film, not the third. Raimi should have said no. I'd have taken no Venom as opposed to a watered down version of the character that was only in the movie for less than 15 minutes. I hope Venom's solo films are much better a representation, and that Eddie Brock Sr. is the Eddie I knew from the comics in the 80's and that Topher's character was just his son. Considering what had happened in Spider-man 3 avenging the death of his son is a better motivation to want to kill Spider-man/Peter Parker than his comic counterpart.


I hope she's bald AND Brigitte Nielson.

:)

Malkovich and Nielson would bring the crazy in waves.



Sir Ben Kingsley (Who would've been a great Vulture and God knows he needs to be in a good movie. He's too good an actor to keep making these bad movies.) was set to play Vulture in Spider-man 3 until some preproduction meddling intervened and basically ruined the Sandman story Arc plus gave us a half assed Venom appearance.
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Re: Spiderman 4
« Reply #89 on: December 11, 2009, 09:40:57 AM »
I like to think it was his way of expressing himself after being forced to have Venom in the movie.   :)

Being a director who likes horror, I'm shocked and surprised that Raimi hates Venom, whom is kind of horror genre inspired in general.


I'm not shocked whatsoever as it's pretty wide-known Sam's all about the silver-age of comics. I cannot say enough about Venom, because he was my gateway into the comic book world. He's always been the de facto badass for me, and Parker's ultimate foil, but looking into Sam's pedigree and personality w/o taking in the aforementioned knowledge into consideration, I'm not surprised whatsoever he wasn't a fan of Venom. In many ways, I envy that my late-father had the chance to grown up in the silver-age, that had to have been too much fun.

I like to think it was his way of expressing himself after being forced to have Venom in the movie.   :)

Being a director who likes horror, I'm shocked and surprised that Raimi hates Venom, whom is kind of horror genre inspired in general. I've loved Venom ever since his first appearance in the comics and I'm still pissed off about how he was handled in the movie. He should have been saved for the fourth film, not the third. Raimi should have said no. I'd have taken no Venom as opposed to a watered down version of the character that was only in the movie for less than 15 minutes. I hope Venom's solo films are much better a representation, and that Eddie Brock Sr. is the Eddie I knew from the comics in the 80's and that Topher's character was just his son. Considering what had happened in Spider-man 3 avenging the death of his son is a better motivation to want to kill Spider-man/Peter Parker than his comic counterpart.


I hope she's bald AND Brigitte Nielson.

:)

Malkovich and Nielson would bring the crazy in waves.



Sir Ben Kingsley (Who would've been a great Vulture and God knows he needs to be in a good movie. He's too good an actor to keep making these bad movies.) was set to play Vulture in Spider-man 3 until some preproduction meddling intervened and basically ruined the Sandman story Arc plus gave us a half assed Venom appearance.

And I'm sure if there's any substance to this Vulture rumor for 4, one would have to believe Kingsley will be under very heavy consideration again. If this character route is being taken, I'd very much prefer the eccentricities Malkovich brings to the forefront. Malkovich rules.

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