AsiaPundit is a fan of the friendly neighborhood Spider-man and admits to preferring traditional renditions of the wallcrawler. Still, AP has no serious objection to the introduction of giant transforming robots to this 1978 Japanese live-action version of Spider-man.:
Everything is better with giant robots. Giant transforming robots should be in all movies relating to Japan regardless of the source material. Pearl Harbor, the Last Samurai and Geisha could all have been much improved with the addition of giant robots. Bill Murray would have won that Oscar had the robot scene not been shortened in Lost in Translation (and if the robots had been taller).
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Mao: The Unknown Story - by Jung Chang and Jon Halliday:
A controversial and damning biography of the Helmsman.
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