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  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (256 customer reviews)
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 140,355 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Spike Owen TOP 500 REVIEWER on 18 Nov. 2011
Format: DVD
Peter Parker is very happy, he's in love with the sensual Mary Jane Watson, his studies are going great, and America loves his alter ego, Spider-Man. But his world is quickly turned upside down as he comes under attack from Sandman, Goblin Jr and an alien substance that transforms Peter into something far darker than his super hero better self.

There is a school of thought that says that sequels are always the tricky films for directors to take on, that may be so in most genres, but for comic book adaptations, all films are tricky. By the time of director Sam Raimi releasing Spider-Man 3, he had not only shown the world that he clearly loved the Spider-Man characters, he showed that he also knew how to better the franchise with the second instalment. So really, if we are all honest here, it was going to take a monumental effort to not just only better parts one and two, but to merely make a film to sit alongside those finely crafted pictures as well! That he managed neither is no great surprise when watching it now after the dust has settled a few years later. In his over eagerness to entertain us the fans, and with studio interference that Raimi to date refuses to over elaborate on (Venom-AKA Eddie Brock-it was-ahem-requested he find room for), Raimi lost sight of the less is more policy that made the first two Spidey movies great.

When I first came out of the cinema after my original viewing, my head was chocked full of villains, not only that, but also Peter's love life struggles, it is in short, way too much for one movie. I had enjoyed myself for sure, hell! Raimi knows how to give his fans a good time, but when you break it own there are so many missed opportunities it grates substantially on the discerning movie watching fan.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Gareth Franklin on 7 April 2008
Format: DVD
...and for the most part delivered. Being a huge Marvel fan, I queued on the opening day, with a horde of shouting kids, to see what promised to be one of the best films ever. And it almost was. Sure, I could gripe about the minor details that don't agree with the comics, but that's neither here nor there. The one thing that did disappoint me was the lack of screentime for Venom, who could and should have been amazing. But he was as scary as a bouquet of flowers. Having said that, I do like the way it's left open for a certain other symbiote to appear in the future... To finish, although it's not as good as the second installment, it's certainly worth a look.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Corey Newcombe on 7 Feb. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
Everything is lining up great for Peter he's finally got the love of his life, MJ to marry him.

But one night when a strange meteor crashes it clings on to Peter bonding him with an alien symbiotic suit.

Once the symbiotic is attached to him it changes his life.

Peter realises that he is doing everything wrong he decides only one way can make it right by getting rid of the alien symbiotic suit by ripping it off which eventually leads to the birth of Venom.

Peter now must faces all his darkest demons...

When I first saw this movie back in 2007, I thought it was really good, a tad too long, but good nevertheless.

Seven years later and several viewings later, I realise now that Raimi took way too much on with this, and should have concentrated on just the feud between him and Harry, bit throwing in his uncles killer, relationship problems, Gwen Stacey, and Venom, of course.

It becomes bloated very quickly, and is at least twenty minutes too long. The whole Parker turning into a goth/Simon Le Bon wannabe is pointless and not part of this film.

Church and Grace are good in this movie, but hey are sidelined, as is many characters in this film.

There are signs of brilliance though, the first meeting with Harry and Spiderman is awe-inspiring and one of the best set pieces of the series, and Franco really shines in this, totally watchable whenever he is on screen.

The same cannot be said for the main character. When you start to find Parker annoying, you know that the film is in trouble.

It's not a bad movie, just really overlong, bloated, and at times, quite depressing that it's gone downhill like this, so rapidly.

The big disappointment of summer 2007.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By VictoBert on 9 Jan. 2014
Format: Blu-ray
We all fell for Raimi's relaunch of the Spiderman franchise, loving the cleverness of the casting right down the line, and enjoying how well the films caught the right balance of action, comedy and old-school comic book earnestness. But third time around, bloat has set in. All the basic elements which made the first film brilliant and the second one a real pleasure are still in place, and at least to begin with, it looks like Number 3 is going to have a focus and purpose: can Spidey really remain unaffected by his growing celebrity? How long is it going to take him to notice that MJ is struggling with her own setbacks and disappointments? These potentially worthwhile ideas are undermined almost from the start: MJ's stage debut is hardly the travesty the plot then tells us it is, and Peter behaves like such a knucklehead around her that Raimi really risks losing our sympathy. As well as the clumsy handling of these key character developments, the film doesn't seem to know how much else to load around this core relationship dilemma. It comes up with a retrospective re-writing of past events to attempt to add poignancy (or something) to Spiderman's dealings with his chief antagonist the Sandman, and (as if the writers feared there was something lacking in villain number 1) throw in a secondary villain via Topher Grace's dodgy rival photographer but then barely develop his role. Other unnecessary features, like Bryce Dallas Howard's love rival, clutter up the plot and undermine the potentially powerful and complex idea of Peter's worst attributes being magnified by the weird alien sludge.Read more ›
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