We have reached the end of the Spider-Man road. Spider-Man 3 is a divisive movie, in that there exists a chasm and on one side stands Dave and me, and on the other stands everybody else on earth.
We like this movie, is what I am saying. We like it a lot.
Look, the portrait of Willem Defoe is the best. THE. BEST.
And Bernard the butler rules. Check it out:
That is just some insane line delivery.
We talk a bit about The Quick and the Dead at the end of this episode, and, guess what, that deleted sex scene is STILL kind of hard to find online. It was deleted so the movie wouldn't get an R rating. This is the best I could find, and it has a watermark right in the middle:
But if you want to see Sharon Stone and Russell Crowe go to town on each other when they are both in their prime, CLICK THAT ARROW.
And if you've never seen that movie WATCH THAT MOVIE!
And if you want to see something dumb I did, check out the post where I use RuPaul's Drag Race GIFs to depict the cast members of Marvel's Secret Empire.
It was not a weird thing to do.
Ok, see you guys in a couple of weeks for Spider-Man: Homecoming and the launch of our summer book club!!!