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The first commentary track is by director Sam Raimi and a self-deprecating Tobey Maguire speaking in tandem, and producer (and Marvel CEO) Avi Arad and coproducer Grant Curtis speaking in tandem. They discuss a number of topics, including Raimi's memory of his excitement over Richard Donner's Superman and how the character of Black Cat had to be dropped from the film. The second commentary is by six members of the Oscar-nominated effects team, and one of their primary focuses is how Doc Ock's arms were achieved by a combination of puppetry and CGI.
The centerpiece of the second disc is a massive two-hour documentary that can be viewed all at once or in 12 separate pieces. It covers the development of the story, the visual effects, costumes, stunts, and sound and music. Three shorter featurettes cover Peter Parker's struggle between his personal and hero lives, Doc Ock, and the women in Spider-Man's life, and what's interesting is how they discuss those topics not just in relation to the movies but to the comic books as well. (For example, Betty Brant and Gwen Stacy had a much greater impact in the comics.) There's a scene in which you can toggle among three different camera angles, and a gallery of 17 paintings Alex Ross created for the opening sequence. The sound and picture are spectacular, though only the Superbit edition has DTS. --David Horiuchi
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This is the best Spider-Man film. The good. 1.The action is incredible train battle scene is one of the abstraction ever to be put on film. 2. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Smykle
My 2.5 and 4.5 year old sons won't watch this b/c they're scared of it.Published 15 days ago by Kelly Habek
This second installment of Spiderman is even better thanthe first. Rarely does that happen. Peter Parker transitions from awkward teen to young adult and finds that his role of... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Morris E. Graham
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|Special Features on Blu Ray??||
according to theDigitalBits.com:
"Finally this morning, we wanted to update you on a couple of titles we mentioned yesterday: Sony's new single-film "Essential" Blu-ray editions of Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2 (due on 11/16). There have been rumors online that both would include... Read More
Sep 26, 2010 by Jake Simprovich | See all 3 posts
|"Unrated"-- anything bad?||
The only reason it carries the Unrated tag is most likely because the filmmakers didn't submit to the ratings board (MPAA) for rating.
This is common in re-release DVDs like this, but it doesn't mean there are any "naughty" extras.
Mar 24, 2007 by jaesun13 | See all 5 posts
|$9.99 at Circuit City this week||
is it just online? i called the store and it was more. did you get it from a store (the guy i talked to sounded like he didn't really know what was going on).
Apr 29, 2007 by Cory Line | See all 5 posts
|Double the price?||
Same question about Labyrnth (CE). Disappointing as I was looking forward to seeing the new features, but as a policy I deleted it from my current list. I think $22 or $24 was a great deal, but 200% increase IS excessive and shouldn't be encouraged.
Apr 28, 2007 by Roger Caldwell | See all 3 posts
|Whats the difference between normal dvds and superbit dvds?||
Superbit has enhanced audio and video. No extras.
Jan 25, 2007 by ScoobyDooFan | See all 2 posts
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