How Spider-Man 3 Should Have Ended

Terry here! Y'know, this is a very lowbrow film I'm posting here - not one of the gorgeous, super-accomlished pieces of animation that Ian manages to find on a daily basis - but it's good geeky fun. And as we all saw Spider-Man 3 as a class group - and many of us had problems with the various gaping plot holes and contrivances - I thought you might like to see How Spider-Man 3 Should Have Ended.

I really like this style of animation. It's cheap, quick and clunky, but it's also so energetic and immediate. Flash is fantastic for just pumping out stuff so fast. Not every piece has to be polished... sometimes it's the idea that counts more than the glossy finish.

(Ahem... okay, I just realised that Flash wasn't use for this film - it was an AfterEffects/Premiere job - but, y'know, my point still stands!)


Lisa said...

definately agree with you Terry, this is great, nice to see Flash being used so well to get the point , I wonder what they'd do to the end of the 'Planet of the Apes' remake. I don't know about anyone else but that ending was pathetic (to me)

Terry said...

That ending was indeed pathetic, just like the rest of the film. What was Tim Burton thinking? Anyone remaking Apes is just setting themselves up for a fall... you just can't top this: "You Maniacs! You blew it up! Ah, damn you! God damn you all to hell!"

Ian said...


Anonymous said...

Ive probley blabed about this before but that never stops me. I really hate it when every baddy turns out to be good in the end... and spiderman had a million badys (3 I think) and they were all just misunderstood or a victom of circumstance.