I love this movie! The blu-ray disk I got had the promos and prompt menu working fine but when I played the movie, the screen view was all screwed up - it was like you could only see half of the picture.
Too many villains, too many pale plot strands, too many romantic misunderstandings, too many conversations, too many street crowds looking high into the air and shouting "oooh!" this way, then swiveling and shouting "aaah!" that way.
Ever since I was a kid Spider-Man was always my favorite superhero (And Still Is). This Movie is the best of the 3 and Hope there will be a 4th. I wish there was more scenes with Venom but hey I still loved it. If you are a Spider-Man fan you can't complain. I would recommend this movie.
Raimi took the horror/comedy by the scruff of the neck in 1981 with his no-budget, roller-coaster of a possession film Evil Dead...and he brings his big bag of tricks to his much-anticipated return to horror, Drag Me To Hell.
This movie went beyond my expectations. Very intense at times, you can definitely tell the Evil Dead director did this movie. Music and sounds of this flim is what puts it over the top.\n\nGreat disgusting stuff too!!!