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Vir Modestus

I was underwhelmed as well, and I so wanted it to be a good movie. I wanted it to be a good character movie and got too many things, too little of which was character related, all thrown together in a swirling mass of CGI.

They could have done a true "wrap up" movie by bringing together the original elements and finally coming to a conclusion. Instead, we got frenetic pacing with no point.

It's a renter. Not a first run.

doug r

They spent what, $250 million on it, and it looks so CGI? Although some of the Sandman effects did look great, especially near the beginning.
Did they run out of time and/or cash and have to rush some of the effects?
Overall, I liked a lot of the movie, but it seemed to take about an hour before it really got going and nothing really grabbed me like the traintop fight in Spidey 2.

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