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    Hey IM,

    For the first time in a while I acted normal and went out to the movies and saw Spiderman 2. Ofcourse I brought my protien shake with me so no worries. All and all I love action movies especially based on comics.

    One part of the movie just had me snickering. There was a part where Spiderman had to stop a training from going off the end of the track. What he did was cast webs on both sides of the walls while infront of the train to stop it while it was going 140miles an hours. What it looked like was an major extreme stretch. He was in a flye position while holding on to the webs and trying to stop the train. He held that stretch for a few minutes. After that he had to lay down from exhaustion. I

    I think I was the only meathead in there laughing. Oh well I thought someone you might of saw that.

  • #2
    I am fired up to see that movie. Its been getting great reviews, not that that necessarily means anything . . .

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    • #3
      Silver, You are way low on carbs huh, buddy...
      "That damn log book"

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      • #4
        I may go this weekend; I've heard it was a good movie.
        "Well done is better than well said"

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        • #5
          Hey In-Human, it must be the low carbs. I'm a different man. It's all good though.

          I loved the movie and thought the story line was great. I know Tobey is a geek but that's the way Spider Man was in the comics.

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          • #6
            Speaking of Tobey, there were some winny rumors surrounding his prep for the first movie . . .

            All in, a very weird looking body - alot of lateral raises and arm curls . . .

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            • #7
              Saw it last night. It was great, better than the first. Yeah it was funny watching the 140lb Toby Maguire trying to stop the train. The whole fight sequence to that point was awesome.

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              • #8
                Just tell me one thing, that part in the previews were they keep showing spiderman wrapped up on the couch and someone removing his mask, thats not spiderman is it? That was some bum who stole his suit out of the trashcan wasn't it? See previews show to much nowadays.

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                • #9
                  Hey Vanilla Gorilla, I guess I will spoil it for you. Everybody and their moms saw Spiderman without his mask but it was played out cool though, especially how the people reacted to seeing his face on the train.

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                  • #10
                    Well I'll be damned I was wrong.

                    Thank you though Silver.

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                    • #11
                      Yes saw it myself last nite and I was thinking extreme stretch too. Movie was great. IM on clomid so I got kind of teary eyed in a couple parts--LOL
                      @dante_trudel

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                      • #12
                        Saw it today. Thought it was great. Yea funny the chest stretch, looked like he was in alot of pain since he fainted.

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                        • #13
                          the movie kicked ass. i don't blame spider-man for fainting though. sometimes i faint when i have to stop trains with my bare hands too. lol
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                          • #14
                            yea I need to see this
                            movie I dont get out of the fucking house enough
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