Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) has finally found the balance he's longed for between his love for Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) and his responsibilities as Spider-Man.
Unfortunately for them both, three new enemies, Sandman,(Thomas Haden Church) Venom (Topher Grace) and Spidey's old enemy, the New Goblin, his best friend, Harry Osborn, (James Franco) threatens the lives of people close to Peter.
Also starring, Bill Nunn, J.K. Simmons, Rosemary Harris, andJames Cromwell. Directed by Sam Raimi.
This will be the SHORTEST movie review in Flow history. Why be a blithering idiot JUST for the sake of being one?
You and I both know that Spider-Man 3 is a must, must, must, must see.
So STOP drinking the blue water in the bathroom!
Either wait in line or hit the matinee, it's all up to you.
Spider-Man '67 (1967)
"Spider-Man, Spider-Man/ Does whatever a spider can / Spins a web, any size / Catches thieves--just like flies."
Yes...this is where the phenomenon got its origin.
Eight years before Tobey Maguire came into the world, the animated Spider-Man swung across the skyline of New York City for the very first time.
Millions of television screens got bitten by a radioactive spider and caught the bug. (Pun intended.)
Every Saturday morning, Spidey got his proverbial'squab on' with the likes of The Green Goblin, The Lizard, Mysterio, Electro,The Rhino, and Dr. Octopus.
From the instant success from his comic book debut in Marvel's Amazing Fantasy in 1962, Spider-Man's destiny had small screen written all over it.
This DVD set is completely restored in full color and contains ALL 52 episodes of the original and classic Spider-Man television series that ran from 1967 through 1970 on ABC.
For diehard fans of the Web-Slinger (like here at The Flow) this is a must have. But the kids of today won't be so easily impressed with the 'out of date' graphics and '60's feel.
So...if you're truly down with Peter Parker?
But don't get all tender when your kids say..."That's really wack, Dad!"