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Spider-Man 3

2007
Sci-fi
Suspense/Thriller
2h 19m
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Rated 06 May 2007
61
33rd
This film felt like it had three directors. One for the action, one for the incredibly cheesy 'plot' line and one for musical theatre. And no I'm not kidding. I was thoroughly entertained by the film as a whole, but it could've been done soooooooo much better. A lot of unneccessary plot reminders happened, and it was off the cheese counter. I'm confused.
Rated 06 May 2007
20
8th
Nothing but substance...less...ness. Those musical scenes with Dunst had me trembling out of boredom. I don't care if Raimi is true to venomic instincts or not, he should have at least poured some genuine fun in there. Maybe casting Campbell as a villian, not a cameo. After all it was the Raimi in Evil Trilogy that captured our hearts. Marvelic low gravity-high velocity physics are animated just fine by the way, only thrill in the movie.
Rated 24 Mar 2016
75
30th
What a kick in the nuts.
Rated 06 May 2007
59
20th
Aggressively mediocre. They should have chosen just one villain to focus and develop, instead of half-assing three. While the second film got the mix of action, drama, and pathos just right, this feels shallow and manipulative. The film occasionally feels like an episode of Dawson's Creek. It's entertaining, but still a pretty big disappointment.
Rated 13 Apr 2008
0
0th
This mega-funded "summer flick" is a horrible load of garbage that doesn't deserve even the most laymen of audiences. Every single plague of aggrandized, mass-produced, Hollywood money machine, bullshit exists in this film to a degree surpassing toleration. As a measure of one's character, however, it is indispensable. Simply ask, "What did you think of Spider-Man 3," and you will learn whether the breath that escapes the mouth of your respondent has any value whatsoever. Utter filth.
Rated 02 Sep 2014
37
7th
If it wasn't for the piano bar scene I would have unabashedly enjoyed this. A villain grounded in reality does wonders for a superhero movie. Unlike, oh, I don't know, Sandman: a man made out of sand. A man that is made out of sand. How would a "spider-man" fight a man whose circumstances have led him to be materialized out of sand? I'm getting mad just thinking about this.
Rated 22 Dec 2021
60
34th
Theres too much going on in this, the Sandman and Harry plot alone is enough to carry this into a Spiderman 4 with Bruce Campbell Mysterio. I love the meme we got out of this of Harry looking down at Pete from the balcony - it was well worth Sam Raimi folding to moron studio people hellbent on making garbage. There is a GLUT of Uncle Ben flashback murder.
Rated 09 Jun 2008
100
99th
Probably one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. I'm convinced this movie is horrible on purpose. Sam Raimi is utterly genius.
Rated 29 May 2007
35
11th
So many terrible things are packed into three hours. Awful montages, Spider-Man running around without a mask, overzealous soundtrack, too many villains, and on and on. Raimi started the franchise with a bang and kills it by stepping on its neck.
Rated 05 May 2007
60
41st
The film has too much going on, and even at over hours long, it still felt rushed. Now, I don't hold the storyline against it too much, because in the end, the film is aimed at a young audience where nuance and subtleties aren't usually the best way to get the message across. Unfortunately, it is melodramatic, and if you're over 15 or so, you'll probably only enjoy the action sequences or the over-the-top "bad" Peter Parker bits. At least there was no Spidey cod-piece.
Rated 06 May 2007
60
40th
Easily the weakest of the three
Rated 29 Jan 2023
39
8th
I avoided this when it came out...in hindsight it was better left unseen, better as a vague impression of a movie based on a collection of delightful memes.
Rated 10 May 2007
54
25th
Unfortunately this one fails to achieve its predecessors. The plot is more soapy and too crowded that can not pay attention to the characters like the previous ones did.
Rated 10 Jan 2012
70
12th
I have very mixed feelings about this movie, but overall I found it to be a massive disappointment. The script is so disjointed. There were way too many subplots and certain things weren't set up properly. I usually love Raimi's campy ambitions, but they didn't do this film any favors. I did like all of the cast minus Topher Grace. Church was really good though. Maguire was good, but Peter Parker himself isn't very likable here. How unfortunate!
Rated 30 Aug 2020
83
68th
Although Raimi leans too far into cartoonishness in the club scene, the other campy moments had me LOL. & yes, there's also 1 too many villains but I thought this was easily the best of Raimi's Spidey movies. There's alot of story & new characters to get through which keeps things unpredictable in terms of how all the elements will mix together. The writers also generally insert these elements in organically (not Venom's weakness) & make sure the motivations for character changes make sense.
Rated 29 May 2007
70
61st
I don't know at what point this movie went from being ridiculous to amazing, but it did; it was the funniest movie I'd seen in ages. People hoping for a deep intellectual profile of Pete and Venom aren't going to get it from this movie, but be prepared to cry from laughing so hard.
Rated 16 Sep 2007
76
47th
This is a pretty good superhero movie. It's not as well made as the first two but it still has interesting characters, cool visual effects and a relatively meaningful, if simplistic, underlying message. Really, the worst parts were the corny dialogue and misplayed dramatic moments, and they weren't really any worse than your average action movie.
Rated 30 May 2007
64
43rd
Just an average film, which unfortunately suffers from quantity over quality. There are too many elements to focus on that it never finds it's groove. The casting was still excellent as were the effects.
Rated 19 May 2007
60
23rd
As a comic fan it pains me to say this, but Spider-Man 3 was a jumbled mess. Too many elements were crammed into it and it ended up a laughable sludge of goofy emotion and characters that deserve better film treatment, which is probably a result of higher-ups demanding certain elements be present but not caring how. The sloppy and erratic action does not make it worth the watch either. Ugh!
Rated 04 May 2007
54
22nd
Spider-Man 3 is undoubtedly the worst of the series so far, but it's still an entertaining movie with a lot of cool action. The plot is absolutely ludicrous and there are so many "what the fuck were they thinking?" scenes in it, but either way, it's worth a watch.
Rated 10 Aug 2009
65
17th
I really liked the dancing and the bit where he hit MJ
Rated 20 Jun 2015
30
19th
Y'know, I love Spider-Man. I grew up on the comic books and still read the old ones in the Marvel Essentials format. I could summarize like a billion Spider-Man stories, so long as they happened before 1997. Peter Parker is my homeboy; he's the bestest. BUT FOUR FUCKING HOURS OF SPIDER-MAN IS CRUEL. Of course this came out in the Bush II years -- why else would Americans so readily accept this torture?
Rated 19 Sep 2008
1
2nd
What. A. Mess. I don't even know where to start. Too many storylines badly mushed together, scenes edited arbitrarily, awful acting (Maguire was soooo bad), hideous dialogues. This shit was seriously all over the fucking place, and in the worst possible way.
Rated 31 Dec 2008
74
66th
It's very campy, and the studio-altered story ("HAY GUYZ, ERRBUDY LOVES VENOM") clutters up an already convoluted script. But still, in spite of all its flaws (and sometimes even because of them), the film is quite charming and fun. This movie wouldn't have been received with half as much vitriol were #2 not such an outstanding film. It falls way short of that mark, but is still a (marginally) better film than the original. Over the top, sure, but very funny. Like Harry's pie, it's "so good."
Rated 04 May 2007
4
44th
They tried to do too much, with too many villains and too many subplots, and didn't totally succeed. Not all of the casting or acting works here. That said, it has the tone and feel of a filmed comic book down pat, some gorgeous special effects, some cool action scenes, and a few laughs. Also, Bryce Dallas Howard is so fucking hot in this movie. I don't know where that came from, but god holy damn.
Rated 21 Dec 2008
0
0th
This is quite possible one of the worst movies I have ever seen, and I am generally pretty nice when rating movies. I am rating this movie as a 0 because it actually made me uncomfortable to watch it. VERY few movies have ever made me feel that way. Terrible cg and the writting was garbage. Sorry to any die hard fans that liked it but someone would have to pay me to watch this movie again.
Rated 02 Jan 2009
50
15th
HUGE dissapointment. I could pick a bunch of holes in this film, but its simple enough to sum it up by saying its slow and disjointed. There was stuff in there that didn't need to be, and other stuff that needed setting up better.
Rated 27 Jun 2012
18
18th
A superhero flick for the ADD generation. Amidst a barrage of randomly spliced scenes that never seem to stretch that far beyond the Raimi-inflicted two-minute event horizon, we find quick bursts of CG-driven action sandwiched betwixt blunt splinterings of poorly-delivered one-liners and close-ups of Kirsten Dunst's pouty face bedraped by that rosy-red colonial quilt that scientists claim is her mysteriously never-dry hair.
Rated 16 Aug 2007
5
2nd
26 years ago Sam Raimi made the brilliant Evil Dead for $375K. Now in 2007 he makes the god-awful Spider Man 3 for $260M. This is the worst installment yet in the Spider Man series. It's basically a really stupid melodrama with expensive cgi-aided action scenes crammed in wherever possible.
Rated 17 Jul 2007
50
41st
The best part was when spidey was posessed by the black stuff. That's the real spider man, not the whiney guy during the rest of the movie
Rated 02 Sep 2010
40
21st
The weakest of the trilogy. And a disrespect to the comic book villain Venom.
Rated 07 Jul 2010
60
54th
Frankly, this was not nearly as bad as everyone said. It's kind of annoying the way the story jumps around and the CGI is somehow worse than it was in the previous film but there's a good story here and it's full of people being dicks in ways that make sense, people giving into temptations to be at their worst and that's meaningful. It chews subtly on big issues with the super-things as metaphor conceit of the superhero genre. Give it a chance.
Rated 19 Sep 2008
15
5th
amazing cgi, but the rest ... are you kidding me? lame acting, lame story, lame villains and the "i forgive you" part ... not even a tv production is so cheesy normally
Rated 11 Sep 2019
65
42nd
Wha why do nerds hate this one. It's like the same movie as the first two
Rated 25 Mar 2016
35
12th
After first 2 really solid ones, Sam Raimi really disappointed with this one.
Rated 24 Jul 2007
27
6th
This is really bad, even by Spider-Man movie standards....
Rated 22 Sep 2010
63
34th
This entire franchise could have been so much better. It was never going to be as dark and epic as Batman but the movie forgot what the basic charcater traits of Spider-Man actually were; a wise-cracking, fun-filled prankster.
Rated 04 Sep 2016
60
44th
Many thought this was disappointing - yes it isn't as good as the first two and yes there are a lot of plot holes, including the meagre origin stories of Sandman and Venom, but I enjoyed watching it. It's not unreasonable to make fun of some of the movie's aspects but I thought that the writers handled the multiple subplots quite well from a certain point on. The action is vivid, with Sandman especially stirring things up quite a tad, culminating with the pretty good final fight. Far from awful.
Rated 25 Mar 2013
62
15th
This is a guilty pleasure FOR SURE. It not as good as the previous two installments, but I actually found myself laughing doubletime. I mean, Bully Maguire is some of the best meme material we've ever gotten from a superhero film. I wasn't very old when the first two films came out, but this was perfect timing. I mean, my siblings and I watched this ALL the time. Nostalgia plays a big part in the higher score. A must-see for a Spidey fan. I give 6 swoop bangs out of 10.
Rated 13 Nov 2014
43
8th
what a mess
Rated 26 Sep 2008
40
5th
So ein Drecksfilm...
Rated 01 Apr 2014
25
17th
A great movie to watch and make fun of with your friends, but horribly boring and trite otherwise. I'd rather have seen a whole movie about emo Peter creeping out women on the sidewalk. Or Mary Jane's friend, Finley Harlocker.
Rated 08 May 2007
73
64th
This movie had some insanely cheesy parts, and a terrible script. Yet, the action sequences were extremely well done, and everything just looked amazing. Some say it was amazing, others say it was terrible, I think it was in between.
Rated 11 Jul 2007
35
20th
At least it had a French Bruce Campbell.
Rated 07 Dec 2022
50
26th
This has a million things happening, but no one remembers them because Dancing Peter Parker just overrides everything. This is not good, but I still had fun, which sometimes happens. There's a lot of films that are good where I had no fun. Is the purpose of art solely to be fun? I say yes.
Rated 23 Sep 2009
70
42nd
...I hope the fourth one gives me a reason to want to care about this franchise again. How dare you fuck up Venom?
Rated 28 Jun 2007
43
14th
A perfect example of how more money doesn't make a better movie.
Rated 02 Sep 2008
65
10th
I actually liked the first hour of this movie. It posed some interesting questions & character points. But then... I don't know what happened. I felt like all the editing was done for the first half, & then one day was given to the rest of the movie. I thought there was a lack of consistency with the drama/comedy aspects, as well as the effects (some great, some not so much). The story fizzled out & the end was fairly trite but it didn't have to be. Unfortunate, 'cause it could have been better
Rated 04 May 2007
60
47th
Way too dorky even for this series. And the ending just sucks ass
Rated 04 May 2007
88
86th
Epic, crazy, and almost too full of story for its own good. Somehow the film pulls this all off, probably because of Bruce Campbell's cameo.
Rated 04 May 2007
70
63rd
I can see why Sandman was in it, but what importance Mr. Venom have? WAY too many villians. And it left too many gaps in the story.
Rated 07 May 2007
55
26th
Let's bang iron pipes and kill the symbiot and love that big sand maniac to defeat..
Rated 17 Dec 2018
60
25th
Mmmm, yeah, no.
Rated 30 May 2007
86
86th
I couldn't believe how good this film turned out to be. It hit a point in the middle where I thought it was so ridiculous it was bad but then it went from so bad it's great, like only Sam Raimi can do. I know I'm the minority here but I absolutely loved it. The sheer ridiculousness of Parker's emo rage had me in tears (of laughter). Certainly there were some terribly corny bits but I can look past them.
Rated 28 May 2017
40
15th
Perhaps the most disappointing conclusion imaginable to Sam Raimi's thus far superb "Spider-Man" trilogy, "Spider-Man 3" is a tired, self-indulgent, overstuffed, and often incoherent mess of a film, a film that takes a wonderful cast of brilliant characters and strips them of everything that made them unique, likable, or relatable, undoing the stellar development and thematic mirroring of what came before. Too many villains, too many unresolved threads and ideas, and too little heart.
Rated 08 Jan 2017
75
58th
Yes, there were too many villians. Yes, much of it was cheesy. But I still liked it. I got a kick out of Parker under the influence of the black costume (a successful diversion from the comics). Thomas Haden Church was great as The Sandman. Venom was fine. Harry Osborn becoming Hobgoblin was a dumb-looking letdown (an unsuccessful diversion from the comics).
Rated 10 Aug 2008
6
26th
The most disappointing film of 2007, the first two installments of the franchise were great, and it looked like this would have been the best. But something went terribly wrong, perhaps it was fan-pressure for Raimi to include Venom, as it's apparent his inclusion as well as the symbiote storyline was shoehorned into there. It's not a terrible film, just not a great one, and I'm sure very few people ended up being generally pleased with it.
Rated 06 May 2007
40
21st
Ok, so this is not a great movie. The script is pretty bad, and theres about 40 minutes of the silliest, cheesiest shit ever crammed in there. Actually, this is a bad movie. It will entertain you, I guess, but I just felt....embarrassed, watching it. I hate that feeling.
Rated 26 Feb 2010
35
10th
In a vain attempt to please all the people begging for Venom they throw him in among two other "villains" and further clutter the already incongruous mess that was this script. No one was done well, acting-wise or story-wise. It almost feels like they were forced by some executive to put Venom in the movie so everyone involved in the making of the movie said, "Fuck it. If the only thing that will sell tickets is the inclusion of Venom we might as well not try."
Rated 15 Sep 2018
6
60th
Watching this trilogy front to back, I don't think this is as bad as it's received. Much like Amazing Spider Man 2, this film is bloated with enemies and subplots and you can tell the focus just wasn't there. Unlike ASM2, the villains are portrayed very well, including Venom. I felt like Topher Grace captured his hotshot, egotistical, annoying character of Eddie. The uncle Ben and Sandman arch closes Pretty well, and so does Harry's. It has issues, but it's passable.
Rated 09 May 2007
30
5th
About half way in I thought to myself, they have to be taking the piss. This is like a Bollywood version, random and confusing scenes, terrible corny dialogue ("you're my best friend"), a multitude of shallow unresolved storylines. Dunst and Maguire are terrible. The only coherent action scene is a boxing match between Harry and Peter, and half the film looks like a cheap videogame.
Rated 20 Apr 2020
3
38th
This movie got utterly shredded for being more creative and daring than basically every single superhero film that's been released by Marvel since.
Rated 15 Oct 2010
65
66th
Initially I would have rated this lower, but having watched all 3 back-to-back it sits quite well as the final part of a trilogy. Yes it has too many baddies, especially the Sandman who takes a leave of absence for the middle part of the movie, but it tries hard to tie together all the strands from the previous two. Should really be called Peter Parker: The Movie; Spider-Man only turns up en force during the last 20 minutes.
Rated 05 May 2007
50
21st
If it weren't for the predecessors, this movie wouldn't have been so bad. Everything felt forced, jumbled, and campy. Nothing like the first two. There were many attempts at comedy at the expense of the characters that just didn't work. It was honestly like Sam Raimi tried to make a cliche superhero movie (that bad).
Rated 27 Jun 2007
55
17th
Some good stuff happens and venom is in it, but beyond that it's not much. The storyline is awful and Sandman just kind of hangs there as a character.
Rated 12 May 2007
60
62nd
Not as good as the first 2 films, too dark and predictable.
Rated 24 Oct 2009
0
2nd
the problem does not lie in the fact that this movie exists, although just the existence is a tragedy. the real heart of the tragedy that is this movie, is the fact that there are a large number of you who FUCKING took time and pleasure in raping the culture that could birth such a travesty. "may you all die of gonorrhea and rot in hell." you pieces of shit.
Rated 08 Jun 2007
70
41st
I didn't hate this as much as other people did, though I do recognize its flaws. That said, I'd never laughed harder in a theatre that year than during the Emo-Peter-Dance scene.
Rated 23 Oct 2008
100
93rd
i love action movies with love storylines
Rated 15 Aug 2008
65
34th
It's hilarious....
Rated 26 Feb 2008
40
1st
A real mess and a piece of shit.
Rated 29 Jun 2009
45
15th
Has some good moments, but otherwise a contrived, and surprisingly dull, mess.
Rated 02 Nov 2012
45
20th
Seriously, what the hell happened here? An awful story packed with some truly lame character drama and way too many bad guys, none of which manage to connect in any real way. The only parts of this film that work at all are Thomas Haden Church's performance and the Bruce Campbell cameo. Totally befuddling disaster.
Rated 22 Sep 2011
10
0th
This movie was way to busy. Scale back a few of the villians. Venom should have been a stand alone villian. Mary Janes story was the best arch in the movie.
Rated 12 Apr 2011
34
14th
The movie that made me hate Sam Raimi. Spoiler: James Franco's bad, no he's good, no bad again, no, wait, he's actually good, etc, freakin' etc.
Rated 04 May 2007
70
30th
Despite all its numerous flaws, this movie still kicks major ass. It is the perfect summer movie. It suffers from the same problems as X3, too much happening in too short of time, but it doesn't suffer as bad as X3. There was some stupid shit, but there was also really awesome shit. Basically every time Topher Grace is on screen, it is fantastic (minus the big defeat), and James Franco has moments of brilliance (personally the pie scene is probably my favorite moment in the whole trilogy).
Rated 08 Feb 2008
73
27th
Too busy and unfocused. Reeks of studio meddling.
Rated 15 May 2020
28
21st
I've had enough tobey maguire for a lifetime.
Rated 18 May 2007
30
2nd
A decidedly average 90-minute action flick, "crammed" into 2hrs 20mins.
Rated 17 May 2007
70
28th
Raimi makes an entertaining and captivating movie, but I learned very little, and with the previous two films, there was a lot more heart and somehow a lot less CG.
Rated 03 Nov 2008
45
21st
A huge let down.
Rated 30 Apr 2009
65
21st
So much promise but so little greatness.
Rated 12 Feb 2009
50
23rd
I know it's not good, but I still like it.
Rated 17 May 2011
63
31st
Though there are more characters and plotlines, and the action sequences still dazzle, Spider-Man 3 nonetheless isn't quite as refined as the first two.
Rated 04 Jul 2009
68
38th
This is the weakest Spider-man film, but it isn't entirely bad either. The film is fun, with some great action scenes, but it is also incredibly messy, although not to the extent that Pirates 3 was which helps it by comparison. The venom character was completely pointless to the movie, and the black suit thing was also kind of wasted.
Rated 17 Feb 2017
82
34th
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Rated 18 Aug 2007
79
64th
Beter than the second, but not as good as the first. The overall plotline was a little too much to cram into a single movie, but aside from that they did a good job.
Rated 04 Nov 2008
20
3rd
Peter Parker emo?? this movie sucks big time!
Rated 26 Jul 2010
70
25th
It makes me sad how bad this movie is, what the hell happened?
Rated 24 Dec 2008
70
15th
Over-ambitious director throws in villians, plots without considering the soul of the first two films.
Rated 21 Jun 2010
40
14th
tried to fit in way too much stuff for one movie.
Rated 20 Jul 2017
80
67th
Not perfect like 1 and 2 but still a darn fun film.
Rated 08 Jan 2021
5
40th
There's a lot of unwarranted hate for this final act. Can't rate this movie low due to the dorky-dark-Peter scenes, they're so good. I wish Venom could have been given more time, but the whole three plots in one idea isn't too bad. It's like a TV miniseries instead of a movie in its own way. Spiderman works better as a franchise when it's light hearted though, gloomy settings don't fit it well.
Rated 28 Jun 2007
50
37th
OK, so Spidey's dance scene for MJ was pretty cool, but cheesy at the same time. The whole movie was pretty much like this, but I must say it is distinctly Raimi, so I've got to admit I did enjoy watching it (not that I plan to again).
Rated 10 Sep 2009
24
4th
What a let down. As a person who loved Spidey 2, I was deeply disappointed. I actually wanted to leave he movie theater.
Rated 01 May 2010
80
47th
Not as good as the first two ones, which were excellent. It felt a bit longish, aand I was a bit bored during the fight scenes.
Rated 20 Mar 2008
72
50th
The weakest out of the 3 movies. The pacing is off, the cinematography is off the CGI isn't good.
Rated 03 Dec 2009
50
12th
Oh god....this movie just self destructs.
Rated 04 Dec 2007
60
28th
It was about as enjoyable as Superman III, a campy mess that had its moments.
Rated 05 Aug 2008
10
18th
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

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