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Tally-Ho!: The First Swing of the First Spider-Man Movie - Final Blog Post

Tally-Ho!The First Swing of the First Spider-Man Movie
Prelude If someone had a gun to my head and asked me what my favorite film of all time was, I would say, without a shadow of a doubt, Sam Raimi's Spider-Man (2002). Being the first movie I remember watching, every frame of Spider-Man has pretty much been etched into my mind, and if asked to, I could probably quote the entire film verbatim. While many believe Bryan Singer's X-Men (2000) is what kicked off Hollywood's superhero mania, Spider-Man was the first one to show how much of a box office juggernaut these films could be, as there would be a spike in the production of superhero films for years to come. This film has plenty of great scenes, but arguably one of my favorites is this one that I'm analyzing, where Peter tries to swing on his new organic webs for the first time. It's short, sweet, and to the point, not to mention it's simple enough to analyze from a physics perspective. So, as my send-off to t…

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