9º – Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (George Lucas, 1999)Two Jedi knights seek control and peace through the figure of a mysterious young boy. Directed by George Lucas, this first chapter of the saga brings absolutely nothing of what had been built decades before in the original trilogy, possessing a regular history, but that succumbs to Lucas’ horrible driving work.
8º – Spider-Man 3 (Sam Raimi, 2007)A strange evil entity is threatening the calm and tranquility of people. Peter Parker decides to investigate the case and finds himself in a much more complex situation than he had imagined. Spider-Man 3′ unfortunately doesn’t deliver all the charm of the previous chapters, with a weak story, performances far above the tone and the fading introduction of one of the coolest villains in comics.
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