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There's another superhero sequel. Hollywood is yet again doing what it does best, overproducing films within a certain genre, cranking them out in record numbers, and consequently tarnishing the integrity of not just one, but all. While Hollywood may be guilty of the above stated crime, that is surprisingly not the case with ‘Spider-Man’. Hollywood has continued the baffling trend, set by X2 last year, of actually having sequels improve on their mediocre originals. In the process, they've gained the...
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Spider-Man as a superhero has undergone a great deal of redesign, reboots and reinvention since the early 2000s. The multitude of recreations have made the differences in values, attitudes and relevant issues in each adaptation extremely prominent. These differences will be discussed with close reference to the films ‘Spider-Man’ (2002), ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ and ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ (2018), as well as the society in which they were made. ‘Spider-Man’ was released in 2002, which was a time when feminism was...
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‘Spider-Man’ was released in 2002 and made $825 million at the global box office making this movie financially successful. Many consider it the first film to start the current trend of superhero films. The main purpose of the movie is to be entertaining. It does this by trying to intrigue the viewer through its big budget ($139 million) and its action fight scenes that would appeal to an older audience. As well as being entertaining the movie also includes a...
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Spider-Man's amazing rise from comics to film has changed a lot. He has grown up from being a short small scrawny boy in the comic, which was made in 1962, to a medium height muscular elderly teenager, which was made in 2019. In the comic, he is made up to be quite a shy individual who has very minimal friends and lives with his aunt and uncle, but later in the comic his uncle gets killed and he is out...
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Being resilient is defined as recovering from misfortune without giving up. It means to develop habits that help you to get back up onto your feet and adjust from tragedy or change without giving up. The film ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ demonstrates the ideas of how resilient gets you through hardship and tribulation fairly easily. Individuals manage and overcome adversity through the process of being resilient. At the beginning of the film, when Miles finds out about his powers, he...
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Themes in Art Essay There are many different themes in art, but one that I’ve always been drawn to is mosaic/photo mosaic artworks. Mosaic works are where there are many different shapes coming together to make the final image, and photo mosaic is where other pictures come together to form the final image. I’ve always been fascinated with these types of artworks, and it all stems from the time I spent at Children’s Hospital. I’ve been there my fair share...
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