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    The Raimi Spiderman movies haven't ages poorly. The costume looks great. Especially when you compare it with the trash costume from the newest crap movie. The one good thing about the new movie is that he has the tech webshooters as Spiderman should have.
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      I've been so busy running my mouth in this thread, I never said what movie(s) didn't age well.

      I will say Death Wish.
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        CruJonesIsTheMan wrote:
        The Raimi Spiderman movies haven't ages poorly. The costume looks great. Especially when you compare it with the trash costume from the newest crap movie. The one good thing about the new movie is that he has the tech webshooters as Spiderman should have.


        I respectfully disagree, I thought The amazing Spiderman was good. I love how this version of spiderman is more of a wise ass like he is in the comics. The only thing I didn't like was the portrayal of Peter Parker. I'm sorry, but I have a hard time believing that a guy looking like Andrew Garfield would be treated like an outcast.

        edit: I guess while I'm here, I should mention a film that I think is dated... I would have to go with the hulk movie made in 2003. The special effects really did not age well, the hulk himself especially looks quite out of place.
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          I actually prefer the first hulk. Maybe not in terms of special effects. I just think they captured his attributes better. Like how the madder he gets, the bigger he gets. He seemed like more of a uncontrollable beast which I liked. He seemed was less stronger in the second movie. In the first he could jump a few miles, swing tanks around, etc.
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            Notice that HULK movies couldn't do justice to the character until this century. The oversized guy really needs massive computer effects that simply were not available back in the days of the Bill Bixby television series.

            It seems to me that comedy does not age well in all films. I've noticed that "Caddyshack" is not on many favorites lists lately.
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              What about all those awful parody movies? Those are guaranteed to age poorly (or do those not count?).

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                PixarFan88 wrote:
                What about all those awful parody movies? Those are guaranteed to age poorly (or do those not count?).


                We shall see besides I'm not a fan of those rip off movies
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