History YMMV / SpiderMan3

7th Dec '16 11:50:44 AM Dreadjaws
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** Harry's butler tells Harry that Peter did not intentionally kill his father. Either the truth about Harry's father's death slipped his mind for several years, or the writers retro-actively made the butler an idiot to advance the plot, and make Harry and Peter friends again. (WordOfGod is that the butler in that particular scene is a hallucination, meant to parallel Harry's previous Norman Osborn hallucinations.)
*** There's more to that whole sequence. The butler tells Harry that "[Norman's] wound came from his glider" and that "there's no question that he died by his own hand", but that's really no evidence of it. In fact, considering Harry's feeling towards Spider-Man, his natural first assumption would have been to think Spidey simply used the glider as a stabbing weapon to kill Norman.
** Scientists detect extra mass in their experiment (which has to take place in a pit open to the environment for some odd reason), but rather than actually go check, they assume it's a bird (what 200 lb bird are we talking about, exactly?) and keep going with the experiment. And what if it really was a bird? That would completely change the conditions of the experiment, which is supposed to be with sand, not with sand and the corpse of a bird.
*** More to the point, what kind of experiment are they doing that doesn't require them to have cameras or sensors other than a scale (an apparently not very precise one)? How are they going to corroborate everything is going well if there's no observation?

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** Harry's butler tells Harry that Peter did not intentionally kill his father. Either the truth about Harry's father's death slipped his mind for several years, or the writers retro-actively made the butler an idiot to advance the plot, and make Harry and Peter friends again. (WordOfGod is that the butler in that particular scene is a hallucination, meant to parallel Harry's previous Norman Osborn hallucinations.)
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) There's more to that whole sequence.sequence, though. The butler tells Harry that "[Norman's] wound came from his glider" and that "there's no question that he died by his own hand", but that's really no evidence of it. In fact, considering Harry's feeling towards Spider-Man, his natural first assumption would have been to think Spidey simply used the glider as a stabbing weapon to kill Norman.
** Scientists detect extra mass in their experiment (which has to take place in a pit open to the environment for some odd reason), but rather than actually go check, they assume it's a bird (what 200 lb bird are we talking about, exactly?) and keep going with the experiment. And what if it really was a bird? That would completely change the conditions of the experiment, which is supposed to be with sand, not with sand and the corpse of a bird.
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bird. More to the point, what kind of experiment are they doing that doesn't require them to have cameras or sensors other than a scale (an apparently not very precise one)? How are they going to corroborate everything is going well if there's no observation?
7th Dec '16 3:49:04 AM axle-k89
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23rd Nov '16 10:46:28 AM Dreadjaws
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** This was already bad in the previous film, but the fact that even after all the time between films, right after Harry found out Peter was Spider-Man, he still hasn't tried to take a moment to talk with the former. Yeah, at the beginning of the film we see Harry brushing him off, but what's really stopping Peter from simply swinging to Harry's penthouse and force him to talk? This isn't a simple misunderstanding on a game or a problem with dates, it's a matter of life and death, Peter is just not trying hard enough to solve the issue.



** Scientists detect extra mass in their experiment (which has to take place in a pit open to the environment for some odd reason), but rather than actually go check, they assume it's a bird (what 200 lb bird are we talking about, exactly?) and keep going with the experiment. And what if it really was a bird? That would completely change the conditions of the experiment, which is supposed to be with sand, not with sand and the corpse of a bird.

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*** There's more to that whole sequence. The butler tells Harry that "[Norman's] wound came from his glider" and that "there's no question that he died by his own hand", but that's really no evidence of it. In fact, considering Harry's feeling towards Spider-Man, his natural first assumption would have been to think Spidey simply used the glider as a stabbing weapon to kill Norman.
** Scientists detect extra mass in their experiment (which has to take place in a pit open to the environment for some odd reason), but rather than actually go check, they assume it's a bird (what 200 lb bird are we talking about, exactly?) and keep going with the experiment. And what if it really was a bird? That would completely change the conditions of the experiment, which is supposed to be with sand, not with sand and the corpse of a bird. bird.
*** More to the point, what kind of experiment are they doing that doesn't require them to have cameras or sensors other than a scale (an apparently not very precise one)? How are they going to corroborate everything is going well if there's no observation?
29th Sep '16 11:24:36 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* TheScrappy: A very weird case with Venom[=/=]Eddie Brock. Venom in himself is far from being a scrappy ([[EnsembleDarkhorse Quite the opposite actually]]), but his Eddie Brock alter-ego is disliked due to being a whiny, unscrupulous and generally unlikable person (in contrast to his much more [[JerkassWoobie sympathetic]] and [[TheBigGuy physically impressive]] comic book counterpart) who ''really'' damages Venom's cool[=/=]threatening factor, especially [[{{Narm}} when he constantly and needlessly shows his human face]].

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* TheScrappy: TheScrappy:
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A very weird case with Venom[=/=]Eddie Brock. Venom in himself is far from being a scrappy ([[EnsembleDarkhorse Quite the opposite actually]]), but his Eddie Brock alter-ego is disliked due to being a whiny, unscrupulous and generally unlikable person (in contrast to his much more [[JerkassWoobie sympathetic]] and [[TheBigGuy physically impressive]] comic book counterpart) who ''really'' damages Venom's cool[=/=]threatening factor, especially [[{{Narm}} when he constantly and needlessly shows his human face]].face]].
** The annoying English newsreader who appears occasionally during the climax, who could have easily been removed with no problems.
28th Jul '16 4:20:49 PM rjd1922
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* EnsembleDarkHorse:
** Yeah, {{ComicBook/Venom}} is in this movie! [[AdvertisedExtra For about ten minutes.]] [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome But at least he looks cool]], [[{{Narm}} whenever his face isn't Topher Grace's.]]

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* EnsembleDarkHorse:
EnsembleDarkhorse:
** Yeah, {{ComicBook/Venom}} is in this movie! [[AdvertisedExtra For about ten minutes.]] [[VisualEffectsOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/VisualEffectsOfAwesome But at least he looks cool]], [[{{Narm}} whenever his face isn't Topher Grace's.]]
3rd Jun '16 1:42:34 PM Megazord
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** Then again, they are less than a handful, and its suggested that it didn't happen till now becuase Pete was too intimidated to approach them

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** Then again, they are less than a handful, and its suggested that it didn't happen till now becuase because Pete was too intimidated to approach themthem, and his [[MemeticMutation emo dance]] has women laughing at him. Well, except for the woman that smiles at him when he high-five her.
3rd Jun '16 1:28:34 PM Megazord
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* EvilIsSexy: Played with. While Peter under the symbiote's influence isn't evil, he TookALevelInJerkass, and has ladies falling over him
** Then again, they are less than a handful, and its suggested that it didn't happen till now becuase Pete was too intimidated to approach them
16th May '16 9:07:36 PM youngbond007
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* BigLippedAligatorMoment: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.

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* BigLippedAligatorMoment: BigLippedAlligatorMoment: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.
16th May '16 9:07:11 PM youngbond007
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* BigLippedAligatorScene: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.

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* BigLippedAligatorScene: BigLippedAligatorMoment: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.
16th May '16 9:07:00 PM youngbond007
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* BigLippedAligatorMovie: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.

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* BigLippedAligatorMovie: BigLippedAligatorScene: The dance scene was perhaps the most infamous example of the decade.
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