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Hookedonavengers2012 7/14/2012 2:18:38 AM

 titan..really? where are you exactly? thats sad....

Titan2010 7/14/2012 12:13:20 PM

Nashville.  The theatre was very busy and I was very suprised when I walked in and I was the only one in the auditorium.  I dont know what they were all going to see, but it wasn't Spiderman.  The be fair, they had several screens going (one in 3D (mine), one in fake Imax and a non 3D).  I went to see The Avengers again a month after it opened and the theater was still pretty full under the same conditions.

Hookedonavengers2012 7/15/2012 12:20:23 AM

 I had the same exp with Avengers the 6th time i saw it on an afternoon...I am usually nearly alone but it was packed still!

jyansr 7/18/2012 11:30:36 AM

 Finally went to this today as I had no interest in it what-so-ever. I just think it's too damn early for a reboot.  I thought it was a good movie, but not great. I didn't take the time to read all 153 commments about the movie so this observation may have been made after I stopped reading.

  I'm not a big Spider-man fan so I don't know a LOT about all the stories that have been covered over the years but I saw something in the movie no one has seemed to mention up to this point (to my knowledge). Correct if I'm wrong, and I'm sure you will, but I seem to remember something about a clone of Parker out there in one story arc or another, and he becomes a different version of Spider-man.. yes? no? maybe?   I only bring this up because I thought the camera lingered on Spider-mans' bloody hand print on the ledge after he gets shot in the leg for just a bit too long. Like we were supposed to take extra notice that Spideys DNA is drying on a ledge somewhere.  I was just wondering if they were going to go in that direction at some point in the trilogy..

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