Interwoven: the Women of Spider-Man (2004)

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A featurette exploring the women in the life of Peter Parker/Spider-Man: Aunt May; Mary Jane Watson; Betty Brant; Gwen Stacy and Ursula.


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9 August 2009 | TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews
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This is one of the three featurettes(and one of the two that are about 15 minutes long, with credits) on the Special Edition DVD of Spider-Man 2, dealing with aspects in some way related to that film. It consists of interviews, panels/frames from the comics, and clips from both movies. They go into the women in Peter's life, the massive impact they have on him and his actions, and what they're like. The choice was made to base this on the original graphic novels, rather than the flicks, so there's a lot more depth explored(I suppose in defense of the two silver screen releases one could point out that they, put together, have about four hours to develop what the written stories had many issues to work with). Lee is excellent to listen to as always, and everyone has genuinely interesting and worthwhile stuff to say. The pacing is good, this is never boring. Fans who read the first run of the title character may know a lot of what they talk about here, but in that case, you probably also dig Stan the Man, and in that case, you certainly will also enjoy this. I recommend this to anyone that wants to watch it. 7/10

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