Spider-Man: No Way Home is hitting theatres this week. This will be Peter Parker’s sixth appearance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but it’s also the 9th stand-alone Spider-Man movie since Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man debuted in 2002. Now seems like a perfect time to catch up with your favourite web-head, so here’s where you can buy, rent, or stream all the stand-alone Spider-Man movies.
I feel like Baz Luhrman has the potential to be an amazing film maker. He has a strong and distinct artistic and aesthetic voice, he can get Oscar calibre performances out of the actors cast in his his films and his films are often entertaining (except for Australia, which was boring).
Luckily The Great Gatsby is one of the entertaining ones, but as with his Romeo and Juliet and Moulin Rouge I came away thinking “that was pretty fun!” But feeling like something was missing.
Another of my most anticipated of the year get a new trailer.
I really like the shift in this one. All the other trailers have been about the partying and the excess and this one is about the character relationships and the passions therein. Baz Luhrman certainly has a visual flare, I’m hoping that it’s not quite over the top. I’d hate so see this movie end up hampered by cheesiness, but I think it might work really well if it’s just cheezy enough.
I’m also really digging the Back in Black cover by Beyonce.
This one comes out next month right in between Iron Man and Star Trek. May is going to be a good month.