Spider-Man (DVD, 2002, 2-Disc Set, Special Edition Widescreen)
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|Edition:||Special Edition 2-Disc Set; Widescreen|
|Number of Discs:||2|
|Display Format:||Special Edition 2-Disc Set; Widescreen|
New York Times - A. O. Scott (05/03/2002)
Entertainment Weekly - Owen Gleiberman (05/10/2002)
Rolling Stone - Peter Travers (05/10/2002)
Sight and Sound - Kim Newman (07/01/2002)
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert (06/30/2002)
Box Office - Christine James (07/01/2002)
Variety - Todd McCarthy (04/22/2002)
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- paula2michiganOct 22, 2015Verified purchase - USEDby
Great classic movie!
- kittiespinkOct 6, 2014by
Five star movie
I bought this DVD to replace one I had that no longer worked. i loved the movie. it was fantastic, action packed and something the whole family could watch. It was the first in the Spider man series, starring Tobey Maquire and Kirsten Dunst. i would highly recommend it and give it a five star rating.
- xabatFeb 12, 2007by
I had never read Spiderman so this was all new to me. I loved it, Tobey McGuire was spectacular. The storyline was exciting and the ending was just perfect.
A few scenes seemed fake but what do you expect from a super heroe movie.
This film made me a Spiderman fan. I will never miss a Spiderman movie.
You shouldn't miss it either. It is far superior to any I've seen since Superman 1 with Christopher Reeves.
- skybobby2010Jul 17, 2013by
SpiderMan Widescreen Edition (2002)
Love the movie. Just had to buy a replacement however due to the disc from my copy breaking in two when I tried to remove it from the "clip" that keeps it in place. Glad to have been able to get another copy exactly like mine. If that doesn't ring a "two thumbs up" endorsement, I don't know what will.
- musik100May 14, 2013by
Very thrilling & exciting.......
Based on the classic Marvel Comics series, Sam Raimi's SPIDER-MAN deftly details the origin of the web-slinging superhero. When awkward New York City teenager Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) attends a class field trip to a laboratory, he gets bitten by a genetically altered spider while taking photos of his longtime crush, the lovely Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst). Soon he discovers this bite has given him remarkable powers--heightened strength, dexterity, and awareness, along with the ability to cling to walls and shoot webs from his wrists. Hoping to win Mary Jane's heart using his new talents, Peter becomes distracted from home life with his doting Aunt May (Rosemary Harris) and Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson), ultimately leading to tragedy--and his new role as the crime-fighting Spider-Man......Read full review