It is that time of the year in which movie trailers start showing up everywhere. And one of the most predicted hits of 2017 is Spiderman Homecoming. The Character of Spiderman, I feel is at the point where movies are not going to help the character. Sure, they are going to make bank at the box office, but haven’t we had enough of the web-slinger. There is some plus going into this movie, if there was one thing that was able to save Civil War from the depths of hell, it was Spiderman. But can he hold a film on his own….Again. The first minute of the trailer looks like something out of a John Hughes movie. The only thing missing was Judd Nelson walking by a field goal post holding up his hand. The trailer picks up, but it still leaves something to be desired. At the moment, this is coming across more like Iron Man 4 than a movie about Spiderman, but would that be a bad thing. Watch the trailer for yourself and let us know in the comments.
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I am Richard and I have a problem. A problem with entertaining people. I have been in the comedy world for over 10 years. I started out as an improv actor making fun and light of everything. Doing that felt rewarding, but I have to admit, I wanted more. I couldn’t get the taste of performing out of my mouth. Does that not sound a little creepy? I decided to start doing my own stand up show. I love to make fun of my family and anything that will make a normal person say what the fuck. The journey still continues, in 2009, I had a dream to create my own online magazine. This is the beautiful corner of craziness in front of you. I have been through hell in my life but being stopped is something that I will not let happen. I am a fighter and hope to make people realize it is ok to smile and think from time to time. It also helps being a nerd.
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