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spoiler: greek mythology
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[Hey um is it okay if you at least spoiler that image? Its a lil freaky ^^;]
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[it is done, didn't mean to spook you so]
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Why do people like long furbies?? They're just as horrible. I can't get behind this trend
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a serpentine, eldritch anathema maranatha animating the stretched hide of a Furby in a ghoulish mockery of uncanny valley artificial life dredged up of yesteryear
sea had swallowed all. A lazy curtain of dust was wafting out to sea
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Spider-Man 3 is the best movie that Spider-Man made. Since its release in 2007, critics have spent countless hours analyzing every frame, every scene, every line of dialogue in search of its many subdued themes and messages. Like Garfield, Spider-Man 3 is a film about layers; on the surface, it's your typical thrill-a-minute Blockbuster with cutting-edge special effects, but upon further viewing your start to understand this is merely a façade - a false attempt to placate a broader audience. In superhero movies, you can only tell two different stories, really, the origin story or a story about heroes learning to work together as a team. Spider-Man 3 shatters expectations by not giving you the rise of Spider-Man, but rather the fall. Peter Parker becomes tangled, if you will, in a web of violence and deceit, and ultimately, becomes the villain. The movie starts with Pete. He sees his best friend, James Franco and he clotheslines him down an alley and kills him. Then we're introduced to Sandman, who we learn is a great father trying to save up enough money for his daughter's surgery. So Spider-Man gets wind of this and kills him in a sewer. Then the city throws a parade for Spider-Man and he kisses some bimbo, right in front of his girlfriend, then he meets this guy, who is actually his biggest fan. Up to this part, I kinda figured out that maybe Spider-Man is just having a bad day. We all know he's good guy at heart. But then fucking stupid-ass James Franco starts being alive again, so Mary Jane dumps Spider-Man, for no good reason and then she says she's seeing another guy. Spider-Man in a state of such distraught and fragility goes to the only guy he thought he could trust, James Franco, who goes: "I'm the other guy" Fucking backstabbing piece of shit James Franco. Now this scene is essential, Peter looks back in the café and that little bitch winks at him and then boom! like that he's gone. Now the question is... where the hell did he go? The truck takes like one second to go in front of Peter, and then he disappears. This is where I realized that James Franco is actually hiding under the table. Think about it. Naturally, Spider-Man slams James Franco into a wall, and then chucks a fucking grenade at his head. Then we cut to Spider-Man being fed a plate of cookies and he says: "You got any with nuts?" - "Go make me some cookies with nuts in them" Now this is actually a very clever scene when you think about it; In life there is such a rich variety of cookies - peanut butter, chocolate chip, mint cookies, oatmeal raisin, but director Sam Raimi has Spider-Man consciously choose nut cookies, to signify that this man has gone nuts. Do you guys get that? You have the scene where Spider-Man is pointing at various women on the sidewalk, now look at the gestures he's making with his hand. He is saying to these women "You're safe now, but in Spider-Man 4 I will shoot you with a pistol." But it's not until this moment where we, the viewers, see that faint flicker of hope within Peter snuffed out. He changes his hair from the normal way to this evil hair. This is when the Spider-Man I knew, who had lost uncle Ben, who had defeated Bonesaw, this is when he had become truly lost. Spider-Man 3 tells a dark story that confronts the audience with serious questions, and for this reason I think it became a very divisive film. It's a movie from a different era, where artists were encouraged to take bold risks, uninhibited by close-minded executives, and I sincerely doubt we'll ever see Marvel reach these heights again. Like Alfred said - "With big power, comes big responsibility."
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