Jack Black: Spider-Man (2002)

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A parody spoof of Spider-Man that aired on the MTV Movie Awards in 2002.

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24 April 2019 | Platypuschow
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| Jack Black Spider-Man: Fitting MTV movie award stuff
Remember when the MTV Movie Awards were entertaining? Remember when Jack Black was still funny?

Well this embraces both of those things and is a lot of fun.

A let's say "Adaptation" of a few scenes from Spiderman (2002) featuring archive footage, Jack Black and Sarah Michelle Gellar this is really quite funny stuff.

Around this time the MTV Movie awards would frequently do these skits of current top (And usually nominated) movies and generally they were really funny. Standing at 5 minutes in length this is no different. Full of crude, slapstick and traditional "Jack Black" style comedy I enjoyed it and wish they'd continued with this annual tradition.

Sure it's goofy and somewhat flawed but for what it is this is fun take your brain out stuff.

The Good:

Black and Gellar are on top form

Funny stuff

Utilizes the material well

The Bad:

Somewhat lacking in some regards

Silly ending


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Comedy | Short

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Release Date:

6 June 2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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