Friday, May 4, 2007

Does the things a spider can.

Ryan and I went to the midnight showing of Spiderman 3 last night! It was great.

I thoroughly enjoy the life lessons that Spiderman brings to light. People are neither inherently good nor bad—we are both, but we can make the choice to be either. Bad guys were not born bad, and the good guys are not always perfect angels.

What I did not enjoy about the movie experience was the crowd that I saw the movie with. Typically, I enjoy crowds in the Northpark 15 AMC theater in my local mall. However, last night I did not. So, BOO to you people.

A word advice to all the teenagers out there—when people cry in a movie it is usually a good indicator that PERHAPS this isn’t a humorous scene. Just PERHAPS!


Katy said...

I am so glad you posted on this topic. Why? Because just now, when I browsed to your site, it was because I was hoping you would be able to help me make the decision to see or not to see the new Spiderman movie. You see, I love superhero movies. However, I heard this morning on the radio that this third installment of the series was by far the most overdone with the emotional stuff/love story and I wasn't sure I would like it. If you liked it, I think there's a pretty good chance I will enjoy it, too, since you know how I feel about Batman.

This comment is the most ridiculous I have ever made.


Holly Shuler said...

I didn't hear good things about it. I heard that spiderman's dark side was a joke like Jim Carrey as the Mask. But if you liked it, maybe I will see it.