In celebration for the impending release of Spider-Man: No Way Home, Imo and James suit up for a festive challenge:
7 Days. 7 Spidey Films. 7 Speed-Run Reviews.
Day 1 has the two critics jump off into the first of the Sam Raimi trilogy: Spider-Man (2002), starring the sickly-looking yet sweet Tobey Maguire as the eponymous web-slinger.
They discuss dubious justifications for vigilantism, Dunst’s damsel-in-distress, and the iconic cheek-bones of Willem Dafoe.
They’re back tomorrow to discuss a certain tentacled terrorist and whether Spidey 2 is a worthy sequel!
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