I agree that Gwen fell for Peter for pretty much no reason. I do prefer this version of Spider-Man to the Raimi one, but I still don't think it's really right.
"No law against running around in colorful long johns is there? I mean if there was, they'd have thrown you in jail years ago! See you around, Petey-o!" - Harry Osborn
The House Bunny- Debra Whitman
Zombieland- Felicia (kind of)
Easy A- MJ (well, except for the underdog bit)
Friends With Benefits - Silver Age MJ
Hmm, of course there is no way in hell an effervescent personality like Emma could ever play something as drab as the fictional being called Carlie Cooper.
"Dan Slott was also unbelievably helpful during this period as he helped me formulate some of the ideas that eventually be used in "OMIT." Dan is a champ and an idea machine" - Joey Q
I thought the Hot Chocolate scene was hilarious. To each his own, I guess.
if there were more scenes cut okay, but gwen love crush came too soon, they should had exposed more how she liked him becouse he stood up to flash,
Also, did anyone else feel that the violence was extremely toned down? I don't think Spider-Man dealt a single punch or kick throughout the whole movie, just a lot of net spinning, ducking, wrestling and throwing... The first two Raimi-movies had some excellent fight scenes, while ASM felt more like a Saturday morning cartoon desperately trying to please it's censors in that regard. Still, I really like the feel brought to the other scenes showing Spider-Man, the climbing and web-slinging felt much more physical and "real" than in the earlier movies and therefore also more fun and exciting. I at least hope that part gets carried over to the sequel.
"Doesn't everyone on here hate comics? Isn't this a forum where a bunch of middle aged men sit around and bitch about how they hate comics and haven't read them in twenty years?" -Mezzaro-
I'm pretty sure he delivered several kicks from the pole to the innocent people he beat the crap out of on the subway? He also definitely punched several cops, for instance didn't he deliver a solid stomach punch to George that made him double over the moment he unmasked Peter before he could see his face?Also, did anyone else feel that the violence was extremely toned down? I don't think Spider-Man dealt a single punch or kick throughout the whole movie