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Michael Giacchino's Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

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Well maybe I just didn't notice the others then lol. I only remember that scene they keep showing in the car.

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On 19/5/2017 at 11:10 PM, BloodBoal said:

I like it.

 

Would be cool if this was the actual theme for the character in the film too, and not just a one-off rendition of the original theme song.

it would be nice.

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A 60s Cartoon theme is already better than the whole of 2016. Sad.

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9 minutes ago, alan1984 said:

If you look at the conductor's screen, it looks like they might be recording this for the opening Marvel logo!

 

Good catch!  That's definitely the Marvel logo.

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Wow, that clip is really fun! Didn't even realize it was the old theme until someone mentioned it. 

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28 minutes ago, mstrox said:

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Fascinating.  Tell me more.

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38 minutes ago, Disco Stu said:

 

Fascinating.  Tell me more.

 

I responded to a post from like 7 pages ago, thinking it was the most recent post, and I couldn't delete my post so I just had a period.

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Just ask Jason to delete it in an edit, that's what I do.

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19 hours ago, Disco Stu said:

 

Fascinating.  Tell me more.

I thought he was responding to Will's bizarre statement that he didn't recognise the Spider-Man theme until someone pointed it out. Words couldn't describe the banality so a single period fills that void!

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Perhaps Will didnt grow up with the theme?

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13 minutes ago, Stefancos said:

Perhaps Will didnt grow up with the theme?

Neither did I, yet it's in most Spider-man adaptations - making cameo appearances in the Raimi films, the cartoons, "Spider-pig" from The Simpsons Movie.

 

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Getting older is weird.  I'm in a community band with amateur musicians ranging from 10 to 85, and I made a "more cowbell" reference at a rehearsal recently and every teenager in the band just gave me a blank look.  I thought more cowbell was universal!!!

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Well, I actually haven't watched a single Spiderman film, so my only experience with that theme has been when Spiderman fans used to occasionally sing it when I was little, and things like that. 

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10 hours ago, Will said:

Well, I actually haven't watched a single Spiderman film, so my only experience with that theme has been when Spiderman fans used to occasionally sing it when I was little, and things like that. 

Wasn't a sleight against you, Will. You haven't seen any of the Raimi films?! Just not interested?

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Sorry, not a fan. Cheesy writing, over-the-top melodramatic acting... not my preference. 

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Alfred Molina's Doc Ock is still the finest performance ever given in a comic book film.

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Over the top performance lacking the empathy of the original comic book character. Raimi actually didnt do that well at all.

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7 hours ago, RPurton said:

Wasn't a sleight against you, Will. You haven't seen any of the Raimi films?! Just not interested?

 

For some reason, I've just never really wanted to watch superhero movies. Not really sure why! 

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I thought the Police Academy movies did that?

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You loved those! I have proof!

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