Spidey is back in theaters this weekend and we’ve got a new actor playing Harry Osborn, the incredibly awesome and very talented Dane DeHaan.
Director James Franco tells the story of actor and heartthrob Sal Mineo’s death while ignoring too much of his life.
The director mimics the coverage of the crime beat: gender and age should be everything one needs to know about a victim or a perpetrator. When the group of survivors (don’t ask) from the yakuza captives seeks out the foreign gunman, yelling friend-o to indicate they want to join him, rather than help the police, and they finally ask him why, he also gives only his age as a reason to explain the killing spree. They nod in understanding. Being twenty years old, off course he would want to kill everyone. This is not a celebration of youthful naïveté, rather an elaborate spoof of the young rebel genre.