Both films I felt obliged to see, while they were on big screens with big audiences. Neither I was thrilled to go see, like a new Trek or Bond film. Both were better than I thought, and especially enjoyable at $4.75 twilight matinee shows at my fav cinema.<br><br>I'm a picky son of a gun with movies, and if so if you've been hesitating, neither are a major disappointment. Both are fun in a large, loud cinema.<br><br>I must say that Star Wars was better than I expected, and I follow word of mouth and critics closely. Yes, the acting sucked, but it sucked throughout with most of the actors (except Ewan). Of Clones I'll say that if you intend to see it on DVD then go pay to see it now. It's too good looking for your average home theater, no matter how nice.<br><br>Spiderman seemed fluffier a story with better characterization, where Clones was a better story with fluffier characterization. <br><br>When all is said and done, they're pleasant enough fair.<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
A simple question, with a difficult answer.<br><br>I know of Spiderman, but I wasn't attached to the comics as I was with Batman. So, as a basic stranger, I thought it was a good movie.<br><br>CLONES is part of a mega-movie story that I am familiar with. The movie doesn't really stand by itself, although that having been said, I think it may be one of the better installments. Had they acting been LOTRs level, this may have become SW's finest hours.<br><br>The better movie was probably SPIDERMAN, but I'd rather see CLONES again based on my personal taste.<br><br>Did that make any sense?<br><br>Do you rhumba? Excellent! Now pick a rhumba and sit down.. GM
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