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    Quote Originally Posted by Snoop Dogg View Post
    Dunst MJ > Dafoe > Gyllenhall > Keaton > Molina > Prowler > Kingpin > Other Octopus > James Franco > Sandman > Electro > Topher Grace's Frosted Tips > The Goomba > That Heroin Addict On A Glider > Rhino Boxer Shorts
    My rankings for all movie villains would be....

    Molina Ock > Into the Spiderverse Kingpin > Gyllenhaal Mysterio > Spiderverse Lady Ock > Keaton Vulture > Spiderverse Prowler > DaFoe Goblin > SM 3 Sandman > ...... and then a huge drop off..... Franco Harry Goblin > TASM Lizard > TASM 2 Electro > DeHaan Harry Goblin > and the ultimate shit villain Topher Grace Venom *ugh*


    Not going to count burglars (from either SM or TASM franchises), Mac Gargan from Homecoming, Shocker(s) from Homecoming, Rhino from TASM 2, Elementals, as they are all too minor to be included imo.

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    Spider-man has always been one of my favorite superheroes. Since the reboot, spiderman went from the world's top 2 supehero to a mere cog in the MCU who got "chosen" by Tony Stark to take orders from obnoxious Nick Fury like a soldier and not a hero.

    Gone are the days when Spider-man had to figure out how to solve problems on his own and be courageous to get back up every time he got knocked down. Now, like in Homecoming, everything can be solved with nifty gadgets and infinite budgets. There is no sense of danger and we never fear for Spider-man's life as everything is formulaic and weak simoly to fit into MCU. The movie had potential but instead of focusing on serious topics, it wasted it's potential on irrelevant parts.

    Usually, jokes and comedy in the Marvel films never lands when they serve the characters or are jarring to the point of being included for the sake of laughs. In here, everything is forced and contrived. Even the awkward teenage love story. Tom Holland and Zendaya, who plays MJ, frankly have no chemistry. The character does not grow and the different cities have no relevance emotionally and thematically. Setting this in New York City would have resolved this issue. After all, the character lives there. Plot details and decisions matter less over character development. However, the plot here serves little purpose other than to present "spectacular" visuals.

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    Funny how all of this sounds like it ripped from some half baked YouTube review.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bloxer View Post
    Funny how all of this sounds like it ripped from some half baked YouTube review.
    Maybe it was, maybe people who don't like the movie have similar points they like to hit and don't bother delving deeper into them.
    Doctor Strange: "You are the right person to replace Logan."
    X-23: "I know there are people who disapprove... Guys on the Internet mainly."
    (All-New Wolverine #4)

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    Well delving deeper would help it sound like they're saying more than just "Its bad because I say it is."

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    Unnecessary censorship. Some of these are funny.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtyMsZ3WaCA

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