Spiderman 2, the impressions

Phew! Two hours of enjoyment this evening! I’m sucker for Spidey.

Before i watched the first movie i suppose i set too high expectations and i was quite disappointed at that time. I mean i love all those super-heroes, but this great idea to put a comic story to a movie fell all down with previous episode. So, today i went with nothing but an empty space in my mind and went to a movie teather just to stay… well… informed.


Fortunately – and it’s also very rare – this second sequel is by my personal oppinion much better then first in many aspects. The action scenes were great, especialy the camera – boy, am i like those wierd perspectives! There was also a fine dose of humour. Regarding the bad guy (Doctor Four Four), one could find his artificialy intelligent robotic arms very simmilar to those of the Matrix’s squidges (is that the correct word?). Matrix is a good movie, s0 it’s not a minus for Spiderman scenarists (or whoever came to this idea) for being inspired by it.

On the negative side, those endless (boring, self-repeating undecisive) romantic scenes slightly broke movie’s flow. But i guess we all had to completely understand that Peter Parker cannot make up his mind about his purpose in this world, blah, blah… If i was a female, probably i would like it.

My recommendations.

Marko Dugonjić is a designer specialized in user experience design, web typography and web standards. He runs a nanoscale user interface studio Creative Nights and organizes FFWD.PRO, a micro-conference and workshops for web professionals.

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