iron_patriot wrote:FSUSpiderFan wrote: Garfield did a good job but was a little to awkward in an off putting way at times. I thought his Spider-Man was very solid. They had him be way too careless with his identity though. Almost every major character (possibly even May) knew who he was by the end.
Oh, I loved that. Most of us have read the early comics, and a lot of us hated Aunt May the clueless, heart attack-y crazy lady. The fact that it wasn't made explicit with a big dramatic "You're Spider-Man!" was neat, too.
That's how I felt too. I likened it to the way Lucius Fox silently acknowledged Bruce Wayne was Batman in Batman Begins. On a side note, I don't know if anyone here is a fan of the Nostalgia Critic, but the things he says about the Sam Raimi Spider-man films at the beginning of his "Doug's Review" are the things I've been saying about them for years: http://thatguywiththeglasses.com/videol ... -spiderman.