Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark' Cast Responds To Critics

The cast of the failed musical respond to the negative reviews from critics.

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By wade1210 - 2/13/2011
thanks to the Huffington Post for the article

Stung by lousy reviews, "Spider-Man" bit back Wednesday at critics who reviewed the Broadway show while it's still in previews.

Rick Miramontez, spokesman for the troubled musical, griped that it was unfair for critics to bash a production that's in the process of being fine-tuned.

"This pile-on by critics is a huge disappointment," Miramontez said. "Changes are still being made and any review that runs before the show is frozen is totally invalid."

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OverCross - 2/13/2011, 6:07 PM
Well, did they think the show deserved good reviews?

SanDevil77 - 2/13/2011, 7:20 PM
there hasn't been one positive thing said about the show since its inception, what were they expecting for critics to all of a sudden to just start praising crap?
Anthrax - 2/13/2011, 7:44 PM
[female dog] please
OverCross - 2/13/2011, 8:55 PM
They're just embarassed.
wade1210 - 2/14/2011, 12:28 PM
ok i now know you cant say B-I-T-C-H on the site

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