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** [[TruthInTelevision Truth in Television]] There’s a well known phenomenon known as [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticipation_(genetics) anticipation]], where the symptoms of a genetic disease become apparent at an earlier age with each generation.

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* Do spiders actually have such a noteworthy regeneration ability in real life, or is the film just making that up to justify Peter getting spider powers?


* So, rewarching the movie, and the scene where Peter says that he'll go to England with Gwen really fucking bothers me. Hey Peter, did you suddenly forget what Uncle Ben told you? You know, the one about power and responsibility?

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* So, rewarching rewatching the movie, and the scene where Peter says that he'll go to England with Gwen really fucking bothers me. Hey Peter, did you suddenly forget what Uncle Ben told you? You know, the one about power and responsibility?



* Is it just me, or did the monolouge from [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEHcD9XFhhA the Electro teaser]] remind anyone else of the lyrics to [[SpiderManTurnOffTheDark "Bouncing Off The Walls"]]?

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* Is it just me, or did the monolouge from [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dEHcD9XFhhA the Electro teaser]] remind anyone else of the lyrics to [[SpiderManTurnOffTheDark [[Theatre/SpiderManTurnOffTheDark "Bouncing Off The Walls"]]?

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* One for the video game: what's with Spidey suddenly getting the Ionic Webbing from Kraven? With the Seismic Blast it made sense, since it was adapted from Shocker's tech. But with Kraven it just happens out of nowhere with no foreshadowing, no cutscene showing it, no explanation as to where Kraven got the chemicals or what he was intending to use them for, ''nothing''.


** Harry's kind of gone crazy at that point, so he probably isn't putting too much though into what he does.

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** Harry's kind of gone crazy at that point, so he probably isn't putting too much though thought into what he does.



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** Or it's not just his eventual ''death'' that Harry is desperate to avert, but the progressive ''damage'' which the illness will cause to his body in the meantime. He doesn't just want to stay alive, he wants to avoid being bedridden and sickly.


** Harry's kind of gone crazy at that point.

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** Harry's kind of gone crazy at that point.point, so he probably isn't putting too much though into what he does.

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** Harry's kind of gone crazy at that point.

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*** Would it ''really'' have been that hard for Peter to tell Harry "I don't know if it'll work, if you give me a blood and tissue sample I can do some tests and get back to you." And if that hadn't been good enough for Harry, he could've said "Okay, let's both go to an [=OsCorp=] lab and do the tests ''right now''."


** Beyond all that, there is of course the fact that we're talking about NormanOsborn here; if he is anything like his comic book counterpart- and its looking pretty likely that he is- its well within the realms of possibility that the disease isn't genetic at all, and he actually ''infected'' Harry with an advanced strain of it. Fanon right now, but definitely the kind of thing Norman would do, to keep his son "motivated".

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** Beyond all that, there is of course the fact that we're talking about NormanOsborn ComicBook/NormanOsborn here; if he is anything like his comic book counterpart- and its looking pretty likely that he is- its well within the realms of possibility that the disease isn't genetic at all, and he actually ''infected'' Harry with an advanced strain of it. Fanon right now, but definitely the kind of thing Norman would do, to keep his son "motivated".


* You have a gun pointed at the man who screwed you over. Why would you trust the same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you.

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* You have Harry has a gun pointed at the man who screwed you him over. Why would you Harry trust the same man to inject you him with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He Donald could grab your Harry's gun while he is injecting him 2. While you are Harry is on the ground screaming in pain, he Donald could pick up your the gun and shoot you.Harry.


* You have a gun pointed at the man who screwed you over. Why would you trust the same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you instead of running away.

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* You have a gun pointed at the man who screwed you over. Why would you trust the same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you instead of running away.you.


* You have a gun pointed at the gun who screwed you over. Why would you trust that same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you instead of running away.

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* You have a gun pointed at the gun man who screwed you over. Why would you trust that the same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you instead of running away.


*** I actually thought the way they did it was just about perfect. Peter was too far away to get to her himself so he did the only thing he could in that moment and fired his web. It got to her and stopped her a couple of inches from the ground. So even if his web shooter could form into a net at the end it wouldn't have done any good. Gwen would have hit it so close to the ground she would have still suffered from full impact. There was no possible way for Peter to save her given the set up, the best he could do was unintentionally kill her instantly instead of the lingering pain of having who knows how much of her inside crushed.

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*** I actually thought the way they did it was just about perfect. Peter was too far away to get to her himself so he did the only thing he could in that moment and fired his web. It got to her and stopped her a couple of inches from the ground. So even if his web shooter could form into a net at the end it wouldn't have done any good. Gwen would have hit it so close to the ground she would have still suffered from full impact. There was no possible way for Peter to save her given the set up, the best he could do was unintentionally kill her instantly instead of the lingering pain of having who knows how much of her inside crushed.crushed.
* You have a gun pointed at the gun who screwed you over. Why would you trust that same man to inject you with a serum? So many things could go wrong. 1. He could grab your gun 2. While you are on the ground screaming in pain, he could pick up your gun and shoot you instead of running away.

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