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Folks, ‘Spider-Man 3’ Ain’t a Bad Movie

Emo Tobey is just a different vibe

Tobey Maguire as intense emo in Spider-Man 3.
A very intense one. Artworky by the author. Originial: Sony

2007 wasn’t a good year for Tobey Maguire and Sam Raimi — or Topher Grace (who?) for that matter. That year the dynamic duo — a millennial hero and a celebrated director — was having backlash, big time.




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Akos Peterbencze

Akos Peterbencze

Freelance Grinder. Regular contributor on Looper. Bylines: Paste Mag, Humungus, and more. You can find me tweeting about pop culture at 2 AM (@ilovemoviesmor1)

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