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The cinematic flop Spiders has many fictitious attributes about its main character the tarantula I found that the movies greatest mistake was keeping the spider proportional to its weight Hollywood seems to be perpetually failing when they create their movie monsters and succeeded to fail with this movie also Throughout the movie the tarantula becomes greater and greater in size Starting out the spider was consistent with the size found in nature Each time a new spider was conceived it was many times larger then the last The second spider was the size of a basket ball and showed the first symptoms of having to large of a body to support with the size of legs it had After a few more generations the spider was the size of a house The legs of the tarantulas legs were nowhere near the size needed to support its weight The next problem our Hollywood creators failed to take into account is its sense organs More noticeably towards the automobile sized generations or the house sized generations eyes were incorrect Both generations eyes were too large for sight purposes As humans grow from baby to adults their eyes dont stay proportional to the bodys growth The same law should be taken into account when building the monsters Instead of eyes the size of basketballs and beach balls they should be around the size of golf balls or racquetballs The most entertaining mistake that the creator made was the way the spider moved The first thing that caught my eye was an early generation spider that was roughly the size of a basket ball running across a pain of glass In true life the surface of glass is to smooth for a spider its size to walk on Later in the movie I witnessed the last generation of the spiders crawling on the side of a glass building Given the size and weight of the spider it would have
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