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*** Just because he's not a hallucination it does not mean he's not a symbol of Harry's better half trying to get through to him;, Jiminy Cricket truly is a real cricket in-universe but the writer uses him as a symbol for something else.

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*** Just **** Discussing if Bernard is real or not is ultimately pointless because if he's not a hallucination it does not mean he's not a symbol of Harry's better half trying to get through to him;, him; Jiminy Cricket truly is a real cricket in-universe but the writer uses him as a symbol for something else.Pinocchio's conscience.

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**** Just because he's not a hallucination it does not mean he's not a symbol of Harry's better half trying to get through to him;, Jiminy Cricket truly is a real cricket in-universe but the writer uses him as a symbol for something else.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. The ''Editor's Cut'' having Harry decide to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death when he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. The ''Editor's Cut'' having Harry decide on his own to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death when he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. The ''Editor's Cut'' having Harry decide to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. The ''Editor's Cut'' having Harry decide to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once when he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. Harry's decision to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. Harry's decision The ''Editor's Cut'' having Harry decide to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. Harry's decision to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' is how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. Harry's decision to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]].

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and turned to revenge because he couldn't accept that due to [[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]]. Harry's decision to call off his grudge for the sake of his friends frees him up to finally recall and accept the truth of his father's death once he gets fatally wounded in a similar way.


* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and pursued revenge simply because he couldn't accept that and wanted someone to blame.

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and pursued turned to revenge simply because he couldn't accept that and wanted someone due to blame.[[WellDoneSonGuy his misguided loyalty to his father]].

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* This one only works in the ''Editor's Cut''. When Harry gets impaled by Venom, he gives a look of shock and lingers on Peter for a bit. In the Theatrical version, this is merely because he just suffered a fatal injury to save Peter, but the ''Editor's Cut'' adds some extra context to this by omitting the scene where Harry's butler tells Harry how his father actually died, meaning Harry decides to go help Peter and MJ on his own without that revelation. As a result, his shocked expression when he gets impaled and the way he lingers on Peter takes on new meaning: ''He just realized that this '''''is''''' how his father died and that Peter was innocent all along!'' [[WordOfGod Sam Raimi's claim]] that Harry was hallucinating the butler telling him this in the theatrical version lends credence to the implication that Harry subconsciously knew all along that his father killed himself and pursued revenge simply because he couldn't accept that and wanted someone to blame.



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*Some people dislike the fact that Venom isn't overly muscular, but this can be explained canonically. Venom originally only acted as a second skin, or a skin-tight suit, Eddie had to gain the muscles himself before they showed up on the suit. The movie version of Eddie didn't do a thing to buff himself up, which means no extra muscle mass.

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** Confidence is sexy. As Peter starts giving into the symbiote, the boost to his confidence and freedom to just ''be'' makes him more attractive. But then he gets ''over''confident, and people start reacting to him like a pathetic poseur.



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*** Alternatively, it might have went on to play a part in turning Connors into the Lizard if the Raimi movies hadn't ended.

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* Seems odd that Peter Parker, a science-loving kid from Queens, somehow knows how to play the piano, right? Well, a throwaway line of dialogue in 'Spider-Man 2' reveals it: Aunt May gives piano lessons, and probably gave them to Peter too


** In the infamous strutting scene, women are attracted by him and turn their heads after him as he cockily walks by. It's when he starts acting weird - not just cocky, but doing plain weird things like shooting fingers at them and dancing in the street - that they start raising their eyebrows instead. It's analogous to getting drunk - at first it's just enough to get you to loosen up and feel confident, but once it gets too much, you get weird, inadequate and repulsive.

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** In the infamous strutting scene, women are attracted by him and turn their heads after him as he cockily walks by. It's when he starts acting weird - not just cocky, but doing plain weird things like shooting fingers at them and dancing in the street - that they start raising their eyebrows instead. It's analogous to getting drunk - at first it's just enough to get you to loosen up and feel confident, but once it gets too much, you get weird, inadequate and repulsive. Peter is literally DrunkOnTheDarkSide.

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** In the infamous strutting scene, women are attracted by him and turn their heads after him as he cockily walks by. It's when he starts acting weird - not just cocky, but doing plain weird things like shooting fingers at them and dancing in the street - that they start raising their eyebrows instead. It's analogous to getting drunk - at first it's just enough to get you to loosen up and feel confident, but once it gets too much, you get weird, inadequate and repulsive.

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