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Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

Would you agree that the Spider-Man film in Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy was the peak of the comic book movie genre and a benchmark that the genre has yet to surpass???

Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

Thankfully not even close. Raimi sucked.


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Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?


Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?
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by Lobo_Man » 46 minutes ago (Mon Feb 13 2017 23:58:46)
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Thankfully not even close. Raimi sucked.


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Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

Nah, we've had several excellent comic book movies since then.


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Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

No, the year Iron Man and The Dark Knight were both released.

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Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

It was the boost that the genre needed to be legitimate cinema.

Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

No, Superman the Movie was the peak.

Re: Was Spider-Man (2002) the peak of the comic book movie genre?

I'm pretty sure TDK is generally considered the peak of the comic book film.

X2 and Spider-Man 2 are considered better than Spider-Man (2002).



7/10=good()5/10=mediocre
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