History Film / SpiderMan3

20th Sep '17 2:23:19 AM ClintEastwood
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Meanwhile, escaped convict Flint Marko is turned into the shapeshifting Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) after entering a particle accelerator, and is revealed to have been involved with the same criminal who killed Peter's Uncle Ben. As well, a mysterious alien organism crashes to Earth and bonds with Peter, enhancing his powers but also influencing his behavior for the worse. When this symbiote is abandoned, it finds refuge in a rival, Eddie Brock, Jr. (Topher Grace), who becomes the maniac Venom.

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Meanwhile, escaped convict Flint Marko is turned into the shapeshifting Sandman (Thomas Haden Church) (Creator/ThomasHadenChurch) after entering a particle accelerator, and is revealed to have been involved with the same criminal who killed Peter's Uncle Ben. As well, a mysterious alien organism crashes to Earth and bonds with Peter, enhancing his powers but also influencing his behavior for the worse. When this symbiote is abandoned, it finds refuge in a rival, Eddie Brock, Jr. (Topher Grace), who becomes the maniac Venom.


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* PlotHole: How in the hell does Eddie Brock/Venom know anything at all about Sandman?! Much less about how Spider-Man won't let him help his sick daughter?! Readers of the comic may know the symbiote bestows information about Peter to Eddie, giving a reasonable explanation about how he knows about Sandman. Not quite so much about the daughter, though. However, this is not outright stated in the film so newcomers may still be in the dark.
19th Sep '17 1:29:53 PM DrSleep
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* SymbolicBaptism: Cranked UpToEleven. After freeing himself from the symbiote at the church, Peter takes a long hot shower, marking that he's let go of the symbiote and all the negativity it represented.
4th Sep '17 3:46:07 AM Nadim
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* CutLexLuthorACheck: Played straight with The Sandman's motivation of robbing banks to pay for his daughter's hospital bills. Considering his illimated embodiment of sand, he could create an island which would earn him far more money than robbing banks could. If building is boring and he wants to hurt people instead, he could threaten war onto America in exchange for money and family health care.
31st Aug '17 4:54:58 PM NightShade96
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->'''Mary Jane:''' [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who are you?]]\\

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->'''Mary Jane:''' [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who are Who]] ''[[ArmorPiercingQuestion are]]'' [[ArmorPiercingQuestion you?]]\\
29th Aug '17 9:40:57 PM The12thDoctor
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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"[[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who are you?]]"''
->'''Peter:''' ''"I don't know."''

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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"[[ArmorPiercingQuestion [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who are you?]]"''
->'''Peter:''' ''"I
you?]]\\
'''Peter:''' I
don't know."''
know...






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->''"Itís the choices that make us what we are... and we can always choose to do what's right."''
25th Aug '17 5:07:40 PM HBarnill
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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"{{Who are you}}?"''

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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"{{Who ''"[[ArmorPiercingQuestion Who are you}}?"''you?]]"''
18th Aug '17 6:21:16 PM NightShade96
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The final film in the original ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', released in 2007. Peter Parker, it seems, is finally living the life he wants -- New York doesn't seem to be gunning for him, he's with the girl of his dreams, and he's managing to balance his normal life with the life of Spider-Man. But his overconfidence leads to tension with MJ when he begins flirting with Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard); and Harry Osborn, having discovered that his best friend is Spider-Man, decides to take his [[InTheBlood father's Goblin serum]] and seek vengeance.

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The final film in the original ''Film/SpiderManTrilogy'', released in 2007. Peter Parker, it seems, is finally living the life he wants -- New York doesn't seem to be gunning for him, he's with the girl of his dreams, and he's managing to balance his normal life with the life of Spider-Man. But his overconfidence leads to tension with MJ when he begins flirting with Gwen Stacy (Bryce Dallas Howard); (Creator/BryceDallasHoward); and Harry Osborn, having discovered that his best friend is Spider-Man, decides to take his [[InTheBlood father's Goblin serum]] and seek vengeance.



* AccidentalMurder: This happens to be the case with [[spoiler:Ben Parker]] who fell victim to clumsy gun handling by [[spoiler:Flint Marko]]
* ActionSurvivor / HeroicBystander: Mary Jane in the final battle, dropping a cinder block on Venom's head.

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* AccidentalMurder: This happens to be the case with [[spoiler:Ben Parker]] Parker]], who fell victim to clumsy gun handling by [[spoiler:Flint Marko]]
Marko]].
* ActionSurvivor / HeroicBystander: ActionSurvivor: Mary Jane in the final battle, dropping who drops a cinder block on Venom's head.



* AdaptationalVillainy: Eddie Brock is nowhere near as principled or devoted to sparing innocents as he was in the comics.

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* AdaptationInducedPlotHole: Somehow, Brock/Venom knows everything about Sandman despite having ''no'' scenes with him prior to their meeting. Granted, in the comics, the symbiote transfers the thoughts of its host to its next one, but the movie doesn't even bother explaining this ''at all'' so those who didn't read the comics would know.
* AdaptationalVillainy: Eddie Brock is nowhere near as principled or devoted to [[NeverHurtAnInnocent sparing innocents innocents]] as he was in the comics.



* BettyAndVeronica: Traditionally Gwen is the Betty and Mary-Jane is the Veronica but ''Spider-Man 3'' flips this on its head and Mary Jane is the down to earth "Betty" and Gwen is the rich wealthy vivacious Veronica.

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* BettyAndVeronica: Traditionally Gwen is the Betty and Mary-Jane is the Veronica but ''Spider-Man 3'' flips this on its head and Mary Jane is the down to earth down-to-earth "Betty" and Gwen is the rich wealthy vivacious Veronica.



* CardCarryingVillain: Eddie Brock/Venom
--> Eddie: ''I like being bad. It makes me happy.''

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* CardCarryingVillain: Eddie Brock/Venom
Brock/Venom.
--> Eddie: ''I I like being bad. It makes me happy.''



* ContrivedCoincidence: All Raimi movies -- and most movies in this genre in general, for that matter -- have this problem, but this one takes the cake.

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* ContrivedCoincidence: All Raimi movies -- and most movies in this genre in general, for that matter -- have this problem, but this one takes the cake.cake:



** The lettering that Eddie issues his challenge to Spider-Man in heavily resembles the font used for the title of the 1990's animated series.

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** The lettering that Eddie issues his challenge to Spider-Man in heavily resembles the font used for the title of [[WesternAnimation/SpiderManTheAnimatedSeries the 1990's 1990s animated series.series]].
11th Aug '17 5:53:54 PM NightShade96
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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"Who are you?"''

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->'''Mary Jane:''' ''"Who ''"{{Who are you?"''you}}?"''
3rd Aug '17 9:54:58 PM Nadim
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* VillainousTeamUp: Sandman and Venom in the climax.

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* VillainousTeamUp: VillainTeamUp: Sandman and Venom in the climax.
3rd Aug '17 9:53:52 PM Nadim
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* VillainsTeamUp: Sandman and Venom in the climax.

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* VillainsTeamUp: VillainousTeamUp: Sandman and Venom in the climax.



** Eddie Brock actually calls out "What the hell?!'" when black Spider-Man breaks his camera. He improvises: he takes out his digital camera and snapping some quick photos of the carnage as the police arrive, then downloads the images to his computer, takes one of Peter's Bugle images of Spider-Man in Times Square, Photoshops Spider-Man into one of Brock's own images, and recolors him black. This comes back to bite him when Peter exposes him, forcing J. Jonah Jameson to fire him. Possible actor allusion, as Grace's character in ''That 70's Show'' frequently yells this line when his friends mess with him.

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** Eddie Brock actually calls out "What the hell?!'" when black Spider-Man breaks his camera. He improvises: he takes out his digital camera and snapping some quick photos of the carnage as the police arrive, then downloads the images to his computer, takes one of Peter's Bugle images of Spider-Man in Times Square, Photoshops Spider-Man into one of Brock's own images, and recolors him black. This comes back to bite him when Peter exposes him, forcing J. Jonah Jameson to fire him. Possible actor allusion, as Grace's character in ''That 70's Show'' frequently yells this line when his friends mess with him.
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