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The Lazy Fan's Way to Watch Sam Raimi’s Original Marvel ‘Spider-Man’ Trilogy [Spider-Man]

Tobey MacGuire (Peter Parker) Spider-Man
Watch the entire Spider-Man trilogy in six minutes instead of six hours.

If you're looking to catch up on the Spider-Man films based on the Marvel comic books, but don't want to spend more than six minutes, check this out.

Dutch film student Kees Van Dijkhuizen Jr. does an expert job editing clips from all three movies together into a kind of super-trailer.

"The superhero genre wouldn't be what it is today were it not for Sam Raimi's original Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3." Dijkhuizen said, "The trilogy brought the hero to the screen like we'd never seen before and is one of the landmarks in American film. With the release of Marc Webb's The Amazing Spider-Man, it's time to celebrate one of the most amazing trilogies ever to hit the screen."

There have been some huge highs and lows in the Spider-Man trilogy, but it was a pivotal moment in film history. Thankfully, the clips of Venom (Topher Grace) doing very unscary things and Peter (Tobey McGuire) dancing are omitted.

Make sure you check out the rest of his montages, including tributes to directors Steven Spielberg and Christopher Nolan on Vimeo.

Via /Film

What do you think of the video? Did it change your mind about the trilogy? Is there anything you'd forgotten?
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  1. As much as I like those movies (the first two anyway) the plot is pretty much the same every time. Peter has domestic problems, bad guy created by some accident, Spidey and bad guy fight inconclusively, bad guy kidnaps Mary Jane and takes her hostage to draw Spidey out, bad guy and Spidey fight, bad guy dies. Spidey swings around. The end.

  2. Alex J. CavanaughJuly 9, 2012 at 6:03 AM

    Still think the second movie was best, although the latest one trumps all three. As someone else pointed out, a nice filling between the two big superhero films of the summer.

  3. I like the new movie better than the tobey ones.

  4. The first one was great, but Dr. Octopus was incredible. Standard "damsel in distress" formula by the time it got to three though.

  5. Alex, between Avengers and The Dark Knight Rises this is one super summer.


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