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The Green Goblin's Last Stand (1992)

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Life is never simple for our favorite wall-crawlling hero, but it's about to get a lot more complicated. When Norman Osborn returns unexpectedly from the rehabilitation clinic, his sinister... See full summary »

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Dan Poole

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Dan Poole (adaptation)
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Credited cast:
James Kinstle James Kinstle ... Norman Osborn / Green Goblin (as Jimi Kinstle)
Dan Poole ... Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Bob Tull Bob Tull ... Harry Osborn
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Allison Adams Allison Adams ... Gwen Stacy
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Life is never simple for our favorite wall-crawlling hero, but it's about to get a lot more complicated. When Norman Osborn returns unexpectedly from the rehabilitation clinic, his sinister alter ego threatens to come back as well. With his spider-sense set on overdrive, Peter Parker races to keep Osborn at ease before his anxiety propels him into Spider-Man's deadliest foe... The Green Goblin. Written by Scott Summerton

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USA

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English

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The Amazing Spider-Man: The Green Goblin's Last Stand See more »

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$500 (estimated)
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Alpha Dog Productions See more »
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Intended as a demo-reel for then Spider-Man (2002) director 'James Cameron'. See more »

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Written by Bill Bryant and Howard Jones
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Such a great fan film, made by a great fan.
15 February 2010 | by dcbargasSee all my reviews

In my opinion it's one of the best fan films out there. Basically I would say that it started the whole fan film trend, for fans to make a film of their favorite character(s) or movie(s) or anything. What they like to see, or how they think they would've made it better, etc. It's a interesting thing. But just like Dan Poole here, he treated the source material with a lot of respect and passion; He is the "ultimate fan" as many claims him to be. And this film certainly shows it, but not just the film, but the actor who was playing the wall-crawler. The stunts, the effort, the journey he had to go through for this was amazing. He did it all just to get the "shot" for the film. And the shots were done so seamlessly. I felt like I was watching a big budget film. And this movie had no budget to start with at all! The plot is based off from Gwen's death and the Green Goblin's Last Stand storyline back in Amazing Spider-Man issues #121 and #122 by Gerry Conway and Gil Kane. Dan Poole adapts, directs, and acts in this film so amazingly. Everyone else was just along for the ride to capture this story on camera.

I watched the 'Making of' along with the movie on the DVD and the 4 min. trailer that was originally for James Cameron, when he originally was attached to the "Spider-Man" movie. But Mr. Cameron never saw that trailer. But speaking of the documentary of this film, it was so great and so inspiring. Anytime I watch it, I feel like I should grab a camera and start filming and it doesn't matter what it is. If I think it's right, then others will probably think so too.

But enough about the documentary and myself. Overall, I love this film. I love it to death! (Well maybe not, but I'm trying to express my point, lol.) Jimi Kinstle stands out well, and such a wonderful experienced actor too. The way he portrayed the Goblin was exactly how I would imagined it if I were reading the old issues of the comic books right now. Dan Poole as Spider-Man, no wait, IS Spider-Man, and the direction he took for the film was just perfect.

Although it may seem really good but there were some parts I didn't like in it too well. Mainly it was because at some points it was too campy and the dialogue can be very 'cheesy' as well. But it worked and it was in it's element. If not great, but it was good that it had those stuff. It's what made the comic books back then the way they are and the reason why we, as fans, fell in love with the comic book series in the first place. So Dan pretty much did it so well.

As for everyone else on the cast and crew was very great and their input for this film helped it a lot and improved it more to be what many has said, "The best fan film ever." And I think it still is.

Such an amazing film, and a grateful live-action tribute to one of the greatest superheroes of all time. And a wonderful plot to go along with it. Dan and his crew did an excellent job, and I don't know how in any way I could express that more then I already had. I guess what they say is true; That dreams do come true. Even when this film is said and done, Dan Poole is still living the dream. No matter what, he will always be Spider-Man. Because he is Spider-Man.

"With great power there must also come great responsibility!" -Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962)


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