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2012-06-14 02:13:11 AM
So, wait. Is this a new Spider-Man that has nothing to do with the last couple movies? I'm confused...
 
2012-06-14 02:33:54 AM
He looks like a basketball.
cdn-static.denofgeek.com
 
2012-06-14 02:41:06 AM
How difficult would it have been to take an actual photograph of Emma Stone instead of completely photoshopping her?
 
2012-06-14 05:51:57 AM

TsarTom: He looks like a basketball.


That was my first thought!
 
2012-06-14 09:33:05 AM
I didn't care for the second movie, and I didn't even bother to see the third, but Tobie MacGuire is still Spiderman to me, dammit. I refuse to see this reboot, and if enough people feel the same way I do, Sony is gonna wonder WTF happened to their money.
 
2012-06-14 09:33:22 AM
She is looking at him like he is ...not even there.
 
2012-06-14 09:35:29 AM
There's way too much focus on much Totally High School in Love™ these two are supposed to be... I wanna watch a superhero punch shiat, not cry about his girlfriend. (again)
 
2012-06-14 09:35:45 AM
oh, and his head looked like it was stuck in some dimpling type machine.
 
2012-06-14 09:37:05 AM
Doesn't even look like her.
 
2012-06-14 09:38:23 AM
I'm so old I can remember when a Spider-Man movie seemed like a good idea.
 
2012-06-14 09:40:31 AM

Mentalpatient87: There's way too much focus on much Totally High School in Love™ these two are supposed to be... I wanna watch a superhero punch shiat, not cry about his girlfriend. (again)


But what if she's kidnapped and what not? Don't you want to see Spiderman rescue her at breakneck speed?
 
2012-06-14 09:46:19 AM
The whole movie looks amazingly bad. I really hope it bombs but know it won't.
 
2012-06-14 09:48:38 AM

Carth: The whole movie looks amazingly bad.


I'd say it looks spectacularly bad.
 
2012-06-14 09:49:14 AM

bob_ross: So, wait. Is this a new Spider-Man that has nothing to do with the last couple movies? I'm confused...


It's a reboot.

It actually looks really fun, too. Not like that over-acted emo crap that happened after Spiderman 1
 
2012-06-14 09:51:00 AM

cgraves67: I didn't care for the second movie, and I didn't even bother to see the third, but Tobie MacGuire is still Spiderman to me, dammit. I refuse to see this reboot, and if enough people feel the same way I do, Sony is gonna wonder WTF happened to their money.


I'll see it, with a bunch of kids in tow. Toby is too old to keep being Peter, now that doesn't mean I think they should reboot every 3 movies, just keep going like a Bond thing. Anyhow, it looks to me that despite complaints of more emo Spidey, they look to have got more wise cracking Spidey in there too. I think it's worth a shot.
 
2012-06-14 09:52:41 AM
I think I'll pass. I'm not a big fan of chick flicks.
 
2012-06-14 09:52:56 AM

Mentalpatient87: There's way too much focus on much Totally High School in Love™ these two are supposed to be... I wanna watch a superhero punch shiat, not cry about his girlfriend. (again)


That's all well and good, and I would also rather have a movie about spiderman being a fighting badass.

But these movies aren't made for us. They're made for kids, for the most part. Who need a high school level romance to understand what's going on and empathize with the characters. They're the ones who are going to see it 400 times, buy the OST and posters and DVDs and sequels and all the product tieins.

Or did you think movies were made for something other than award bait or product placement?
 
2012-06-14 09:53:21 AM

Aar1012: Mentalpatient87: There's way too much focus on much Totally High School in Love™ these two are supposed to be... I wanna watch a superhero punch shiat, not cry about his girlfriend. (again)

But what if she's kidnapped and what not? Don't you want to see Spiderman rescue her at breakneck speed?


i0.kym-cdn.com
 
2012-06-14 09:55:13 AM

EyeballKid: Carth: The whole movie looks amazingly bad.

I'd say it looks spectacularly bad.


I would say perhaps even sensationally bad, which of course was previously web of bad.
 
2012-06-14 09:55:53 AM

weirdneighbour: oh, and his head looked like it was stuck in some dimpling type machine.


I knew Spiderman was a fan of Lady Gaga!
 
2012-06-14 09:58:20 AM
If Emma Stone doesn't show her boobs, I'm not interested.
 
2012-06-14 09:59:28 AM
Oh come now, it can't be tha-... is that Emma Stone or one of those old-timey dolls?
 
2012-06-14 10:02:13 AM
There was a time when Hollywood would bankroll any goofy idea as long as the one sheet looked good. Now they're not even bothering with that.
 
2012-06-14 10:10:44 AM
So she has a nose fetish. Pretty kinky.
 
2012-06-14 10:15:43 AM
4.bp.blogspot.com

I like this one better
 
2012-06-14 10:16:37 AM

Titor's Time Machine: So she has a nose fetish. Pretty kinky.


She's muttering "God, you do look like a basketball. I've got to make out with a basketball? WTF, Hollywood?"
 
2012-06-14 10:20:53 AM
Tag is for submitter?
*clicks link*
tag is for submitter.
 
2012-06-14 10:25:37 AM

Titor's Time Machine: So she has a nose fetish. Pretty kinky.


I figured it out. Spidey just sneezed, and it's dawned on her that any snot, buggers, etc. have no where to go in that costume. She doesn't want to say anything, but she just can't look away. You know, it's like the mole your trying not to look at, but you just can't help yourself.

/Mole. Bloody mole. We aren't supposed to talk about the bloody mole
 
2012-06-14 10:27:12 AM

Sargun: bob_ross: So, wait. Is this a new Spider-Man that has nothing to do with the last couple movies? I'm confused...

It's a reboot.

It actually looks really fun, too. Not like that over-acted emo crap that happened after Spiderman 1


I saw the extended preview before Prometheus. It is EXACTLY the worst kind of over-acted emo crap. I saw:

1. Horribly awkward talking at high school scene.
2. Crying in bed together scene.
3. Emo Parker TAKING A STAND against Gwen's dad, who just happens to be the Chief of Police hunting Spiderman.
 
2012-06-14 10:33:25 AM

weirdneighbour: She is looking at him like he is ...not even there.


She's looking at the villain that is about to hit them with a rock, a really big rock
 
2012-06-14 10:34:26 AM
Why do they have to do reboots, anyway? I was thinking about this for the Batman series. Instead of doing sequels and trilogies and what not, why not just tell Batman stories? Why not just do one-offs that are not necessarily reliant on the other films for continuity? I mean, we already pretty much know who these characters are. No need to keep reintroducing them.
 
2012-06-14 10:37:47 AM

Orgasmatron138: I saw the extended preview before Prometheus. It is EXACTLY the worst kind of over-acted emo crap.


It's the Taco Bell of movie franchises -- same ingredients, different shell.
 
2012-06-14 10:39:08 AM
What does a link to an article about the latest Lone Ranger film have to do with Spiderman?
 
2012-06-14 10:44:00 AM
If a trailer shows a movie in the best possible light, then this one is going to flop. It's awful.
 
2012-06-14 10:47:05 AM
That's a pretty high bridge they're on, he ought to be able to break the hell out of her neck.
 
2012-06-14 10:47:54 AM
Why do I think he's going to rip open his costume at some point to show her how he sparkles in sunlight....
 
2012-06-14 10:49:35 AM

FROGSTOMPER: That's a pretty high bridge they're on, he ought to be able to break the hell out of her neck.


They're probably saving that for the sequel
 
2012-06-14 10:51:15 AM

improvius: I think I'll pass. I'm not a big fan of chick flicks.


I think you've nailed it. The first Peter Parker was a genuine geek that regular guys could all relate to. This new guy is a little too emo-Bieber. I think Sony is going to lose a good chunk of the male audience.
 
2012-06-14 10:59:59 AM
Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.
 
2012-06-14 11:03:31 AM
It looks like poor Spiderman got his head stuck in a golf ball dimpler.
 
2012-06-14 11:04:43 AM
Has there ever been a high profile comic book movie that more fans were hoping to fail than this one? I can't remember a film having this kind of backlash before it was even released.
 
2012-06-14 11:13:42 AM
I like the juxtaposition -- The Amazing Spider-Man coming soon!

www.stuartduncan.name
 
2012-06-14 11:14:18 AM
this movie could very well be pretty annoying... but i think spiderman is worth it, and i hope they keep making spiderman movies for the next 100 years!
 
2012-06-14 11:17:29 AM

Carth: Has there ever been a high profile comic book movie that more fans were hoping to fail than this one? I can't remember a film having this kind of backlash before it was even released.


You weren't here for the first one??
 
2012-06-14 11:19:07 AM

The Stealth Hippopotamus: Carth: Has there ever been a high profile comic book movie that more fans were hoping to fail than this one? I can't remember a film having this kind of backlash before it was even released.

You weren't here for the first one??


I was likely lurking in 2002 but i don't remember people being this upset about it.
 
2012-06-14 11:20:45 AM

Carth: The whole movie looks amazingly bad. I really hope it bombs but know it won't.


It still looks better than all 3 Raimi did.
 
2012-06-14 11:23:45 AM
I am so goddamned tired of Hollywood shoehorning romances into superhero flicks. Everyone is aware of the Peter/Gwen/MJ love triangle. Literally 0 people are interested in having it shoved in their face for another 120 minutes. I promise the average paying customer for this flick isn't coughing up 12 bucks to see Emma Stone's mug on screen, and would rather see Spiderman being...Spiderman.

The more I hear about this movie the more dissapointed I get. Was really hoping we'd get a chance to see a more classic take on spiderman but alas, they're taking the same formula and rehashing it with different faces. Why do we even need to be told the origin story AGAIN? Even with the mechanical webshooters, backstory could be accomplished way more succintly because it wasn't maybe 10 years ago we were watching the same movie. All I hear about this movie is how much it's 90% melodrama and 10% action shots of a hilariously bad Lizard design. Who the hell are they even trying to market this movie to anyways?

Columbia and Fox should stop being such dicks and sell back the Xmen/Spiderman/Fantastic 4 film liscenses back to Marvel so they can incorporate them into their already successful tie-in universe. In a perfect world they would realize how fulfilling to fans it would be to see Wolverine and Spiderman quip back and forth AS part of the Avengers. Fat chance of that though. Blegh.
 
2012-06-14 11:25:28 AM
Spider-Man was decent, and Spider-Man 2 was one of the better movies in the comic book film genre.

Spider-Man 3, however, is the reason this is getting re-booted.
 
2012-06-14 11:33:15 AM

largedon: Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey Robert Pattinson as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.

 
2012-06-14 11:34:01 AM

Carth: Has there ever been a high profile comic book movie that more fans were hoping to fail than this one? I can't remember a film having this kind of backlash before it was even released.


Green Lantern.
 
2012-06-14 11:49:30 AM
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That is a bad movie poster. I mean, it would never cross my mind that this was a poster for a movie.
Advertising fail.
/web server fail too
 
2012-06-14 11:50:32 AM

homarjr: Spider-Man 3, however, is the reason this is getting re-booted.


No, Spider-Man 3 was a case of excessive executive meddling, and Sony dicked around so much that Raimi couldn't guarantee Spider-Man 4 in the timeframe they needed, so we get this cinematic abortion.

Also, that poster is awesome. It looks like Spidey's head is two feet closer to the viewer's than Gwen's.
 
2012-06-14 12:01:13 PM

theorellior: No, Spider-Man 3 was a case of excessive executive meddling, and Sony dicked around so much that Raimi couldn't guarantee Spider-Man 4 in the timeframe they needed, so we get this cinematic abortion.


Thank you! Raimi went on record numerous times saying he didn't want to use Venom in his story and that he wanted to use Sandman and Harry Osborn as the Goblin. Point being, people should blame Sony for the horror show that was Spider-Man 3 and not the director.
 
2012-06-14 12:05:23 PM
She looks like a real doll because her neck is broken */ spoiler alert
 
2012-06-14 12:07:08 PM
Best case scenario:

1)This movie fails hard.
2)Sony doesn't give up. Releases another movie in 2-3 years.
3)That movie fails hard.
4)Sony says screw it.
5)Marvel seems to get Spidey back but there is some legal murkiness that even the fanboys can't figure out.
6)Avengers 3 - the team gets their ass kicked in NY until Spidey swings in to save the day in a scene that by divine intervention has not leaked or been used in a trailer.
 
2012-06-14 12:31:10 PM

Pyynk: Raimi went on record numerous times saying he didn't want to use Venom in his story and that he wanted to use Sandman and Harry Osborn as the Goblin.


Venom really needs its own movie. I was excited when I saw Venom in the previews, but then saw Sandman and Green Goblin and I thought, wait, that's too many villains.
 
2012-06-14 12:35:01 PM

JerseyTim: Why do they have to do reboots, anyway? I was thinking about this for the Batman series. Instead of doing sequels and trilogies and what not, why not just tell Batman stories? Why not just do one-offs that are not necessarily reliant on the other films for continuity? I mean, we already pretty much know who these characters are. No need to keep reintroducing them.


In the case of batman, they rebooted because they wanted to take batman in a new, "realistic" direction. Of course, they wanted to do that because the last few batman movies done (particularly the very last one) had left such a poor taste in everyones mouth that they needed a way to really distance themselves from it.

for spiderman, the reason for reboot is actually even more cynical. They didn't want to pay the high salaries that the original cast now demand, but they need to release spiderman movies every few years to retain their rights. Their solution? reboot it with younger, much cheaper actors as the leads! even if it doesn't do all that well, worst case scenario you write off the loss, it cost less than the previous films and you retain the rights so you can try it again in a few years time.
 
2012-06-14 12:44:13 PM
commonsenseconspiracy.com
/hot

That unfortunate red guy on the left looks like he accidentally stuck his head in a golf ball dimpler.
 
2012-06-14 12:50:58 PM
media.comicbookmovie.com
 
2012-06-14 12:52:04 PM

Decillion: Best case scenario:

1)This movie fails hard.
2)Sony doesn't give up. Releases another movie in 2-3 years.
3)That movie fails hard.
4)Sony says screw it.
5)Marvel seems to get Spidey back but there is some legal murkiness that even the fanboys can't figure out.
6)Avengers 3 - the team gets their ass kicked in NY until Spidey swings in to save the day in a scene that by divine intervention has not leaked or been used in a trailer.


I like living in a fantasy world, too.
 
2012-06-14 12:53:33 PM

tlchwi02: In the case of batman, they rebooted because they wanted to take batman in a new, "realistic" direction. Of course, they wanted to do that because the last few batman movies done (particularly the very last one) had left such a poor taste in everyones mouth that they needed a way to really distance themselves from it.


No, I get that. What I'm saying is that The Dark Knight Rises is likely to be the last Nolan Batman movie and there's already talk of another reboot so that Warner Brothers or whomever can keep milking the franchise. I'm saying that they don't need to do an actual reboot. Just tell different Batman stories.
 
2012-06-14 01:01:00 PM
I just want Spider-man to go up against Iron Man/RDJ in a snark-off. Like the epic Snaps contest between Deadpool and Spider-man on a black top basketball court.

media.comicvine.com
 
2012-06-14 01:12:23 PM

largedon: Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.


Pathetic Parker was always emo. Right from origin.
 
2012-06-14 01:20:45 PM

Fano: largedon: Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.

Pathetic Parker was always emo. Right from origin.


I don't see that in him. He has too much of a "I CAN win!" attitude. He never gives up. He always keeps trying. It's an important part of what makes him special-- Spider-Man ALWAYS finds a way to win, and he never quits.

That's not very emo. While he may act "down on his luck" and even whine a bit when things are down, he always has hope and always pushes forward to succeed.
 
2012-06-14 01:20:55 PM

JerseyTim: No, I get that. What I'm saying is that The Dark Knight Rises is likely to be the last Nolan Batman movie and there's already talk of another reboot so that Warner Brothers or whomever can keep milking the franchise. I'm saying that they don't need to do an actual reboot. Just tell different Batman stories


i would say that depends on how they want to roll with batman. If they want to bring in killer-croc and mr. freeze and some of the very unrealistic or change some of the very fundamental rules and styles that nolan's batman created, then you pobably do want to reboot. the previous bat series proved you can replace the actor under the cowl and have it be ok to the audience, but if you set up a new movie like its a continuation of the nolan universe and the first villian on screen is say soloman grundy, you're going to lose your audience right thre.

and of course, there's a good chance that nolans batman ends in such a way that they would need to reboot if they wanted more batman...
 
2012-06-14 01:23:21 PM

ZeroCorpse: Fano: largedon: Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.

Pathetic Parker was always emo. Right from origin.

I don't see that in him. He has too much of a "I CAN win!" attitude. He never gives up. He always keeps trying. It's an important part of what makes him special-- Spider-Man ALWAYS finds a way to win, and he never quits.

That's not very emo. While he may act "down on his luck" and even whine a bit when things are down, he always has hope and always pushes forward to succeed.


www.spidermancrawlspace.com

True that he never gives up.... but he sure considers it a lot.
 
2012-06-14 01:29:04 PM
It's gonna be the suckiest suck that ever sucked a suck-suck.

/What a suck!
//Master of the obvious I am.
 
2012-06-14 01:34:43 PM

largedon: Back in the day Spiderman was known for kicking some villain ass.

Now he's all sensitive and into his feelings.
We just can't turn this country into a bunch of bleeding heart pussies fast enough.

/surprised they didn't cast Matthew McConaughey as Spidey to turn it into a complete chic flick.


You know how I know you never actually read Spider-Man?

/the original spandex soap opera
 
2012-06-14 02:26:16 PM
My Crappy-Sense is tingling.
 
2012-06-14 04:02:11 PM

JerseyTim: Why do they have to do reboots, anyway? I was thinking about this for the Batman series. Instead of doing sequels and trilogies and what not, why not just tell Batman stories? Why not just do one-offs that are not necessarily reliant on the other films for continuity? I mean, we already pretty much know who these characters are. No need to keep reintroducing them.


This. While I don't know if I would have that much interest in another Spiderman movie, if I have to sit through an hour and a half of his origin again that's definitely going to prevent me from going. Pick up with him already fighting villains and maybe I'm interested.
 
2012-06-14 05:04:01 PM

French Rage: JerseyTim: Why do they have to do reboots, anyway? I was thinking about this for the Batman series. Instead of doing sequels and trilogies and what not, why not just tell Batman stories? Why not just do one-offs that are not necessarily reliant on the other films for continuity? I mean, we already pretty much know who these characters are. No need to keep reintroducing them.

This. While I don't know if I would have that much interest in another Spiderman movie, if I have to sit through an hour and a half of his origin again that's definitely going to prevent me from going. Pick up with him already fighting villains and maybe I'm interested.


Word!

I can't stand origin stories, I never liked them in the comics and I hate them in the movies. If they have to re-tell it they could do it with flashbacks or something real quick instead of me having to watch half a Spiderman movie where he's not even Spiderman.

Which brings me to another thing that bothers me about comic book movies; In Superman 2, Superman gave up his powers and spent a lot of time not being superman, in 3 he turned evil and spent a lot of time not being Superman but being "Evil Superman" 1 was an origin story so half the movie he wasn't Superman.

Spiderman 1 - origin story 2-lost powers but I still enjoyed it 3- turned evil made the whole movie suck because he wasn't Spiderman.

Thor- Born Thor so he lost his powers in first movie but it was still a great movie because he was still Thor.

Ang Lee's Hulk- I can't remember, did he ever turn into the Hulk?

Batman 3- Looks like he's going to get his ass whipped and spend half the movie not being Batman.

Don't get me wrong I'm thankful for all comic book movies, even The Green Lantern, and I've enjoyed them all except a few Batmans that we all agree never happened.
 
2012-06-14 05:18:30 PM

propasaurus: Carth: Has there ever been a high profile comic book movie that more fans were hoping to fail than this one? I can't remember a film having this kind of backlash before it was even released.

Green Lantern.


People who still have their heads stuck up Alan Moore's ass made sacrifices to various pagan gods in hopes that Watchmen would bomb horrifically.
 
2012-06-14 05:33:21 PM

Pyynk: theorellior: No, Spider-Man 3 was a case of excessive executive meddling, and Sony dicked around so much that Raimi couldn't guarantee Spider-Man 4 in the timeframe they needed, so we get this cinematic abortion.

Thank you! Raimi went on record numerous times saying he didn't want to use Venom in his story and that he wanted to use Sandman and Harry Osborn as the Goblin. Point being, people should blame Sony for the horror show that was Spider-Man 3 and not the director.


Absolutely~! Spider-Man 3 was Sony's retarded attempt to get as much cash from what would be the last movie with the same cast and it bombed.

Not Raimi's fault at all.
 
2012-06-14 05:42:31 PM
Parker's always been emo.

Mourning over the loss of Uncle Ben
Worrying about Aunt May all the time
Conflicted over his super powers
Angsty over MJ
Tormented for being the science nerd
 
2012-06-14 05:52:21 PM

FROGSTOMPER: French Rage: JerseyTim: Why do they have to do reboots, anyway? I was thinking about this for the Batman series. Instead of doing sequels and trilogies and what not, why not just tell Batman stories? Why not just do one-offs that are not necessarily reliant on the other films for continuity? I mean, we already pretty much know who these characters are. No need to keep reintroducing them.

This. While I don't know if I would have that much interest in another Spiderman movie, if I have to sit through an hour and a half of his origin again that's definitely going to prevent me from going. Pick up with him already fighting villains and maybe I'm interested.

Word!

I can't stand origin stories, I never liked them in the comics and I hate them in the movies. If they have to re-tell it they could do it with flashbacks or something real quick instead of me having to watch half a Spiderman movie where he's not even Spiderman.

Which brings me to another thing that bothers me about comic book movies; In Superman 2, Superman gave up his powers and spent a lot of time not being superman, in 3 he turned evil and spent a lot of time not being Superman but being "Evil Superman" 1 was an origin story so half the movie he wasn't Superman.

Spiderman 1 - origin story 2-lost powers but I still enjoyed it 3- turned evil made the whole movie suck because he wasn't Spiderman.

Thor- Born Thor so he lost his powers in first movie but it was still a great movie because he was still Thor.

Ang Lee's Hulk- I can't remember, did he ever turn into the Hulk?

Batman 3- Looks like he's going to get his ass whipped and spend half the movie not being Batman.

Don't get me wrong I'm thankful for all comic book movies, even The Green Lantern, and I've enjoyed them all except a few Batmans that we all agree never happened.


Being super powered means special effects, and special effects cost money.
Also, for some reason, not having superpowers makes them "more relatable" despite the fact that most action movie stars don't spend 3/4 of a movie learning how to use a gun or kung-fu, or whatever.

Also, that mask is staying off if they can think of any conceivable reason to get it off.
 
2012-06-14 08:13:57 PM

sure haven't: [commonsenseconspiracy.com image 500x375]
/hot

That unfortunate red guy on the left looks like he accidentally stuck his head in a golf ball dimpler.


Came here to say this.
Glad somebody else did also.
 
2012-06-14 08:25:34 PM
I liked Ang Lee's Hulk. It has a father-son thing going on that gave substance that other movies lack. Including the Almighty Avengers.
 
2012-06-15 09:20:16 AM
Coming soon... Oops, too late!

//I see what you did there, the suggestive nature of the poster represents the funny concept of premature ejaculation, which is funny, because Spider man shoots webs, and Emma Stone is so hot she could make many guys prematurely shoot off their web.

www.thisblogrules.com
 
2012-06-15 10:00:01 AM
Theres nothing wrong with the poster, and the movie is going to be good no matter how much hate FARK heaps upon it (before anybody's even seen it).

I know, I know...

[welcome to FARK.jpg]
 
2012-06-15 04:15:36 PM
This thing isn't going to be anywhere near as big as they think it is...

...and if it isn't we'll probably never get the Spidey/Venom/Carnage movie S/C/T "promised".

/They also promised Sam Raimi total control over Spider-Man 3. That went well.
 
2012-06-16 08:11:38 AM

Jedekai: This thing isn't going to be anywhere near as big as they think it is...

...and if it isn't we'll probably never get the Spidey/Venom/Carnage movie S/C/T "promised".

/They also promised Sam Raimi total control over Spider-Man 3. That went well.


IMDB has the budget at 205 million...I bet it doubles its money.
 
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