Does anyone care about the Spider-Man movie being put back 6 weeks here in the UK? Thought not. Or that's how it seems. I've been sending an ultimate complaint article to anyone who might be able to influence a change or extract an honest, non-patronising answer from Sony, on the subject of the changed date. But all I seem to get back is silence or 'we sympathise but so what'. The whole delay utterly stinks, after Sony put out the date of May 10, then May 3 - months ago without any hint of a change, allowing UK fans to get their hopes up. It's bad enough that the UK version will most likely be cut to achieve a PG rating (or even cut for a "12" rating if the PG-13 comic-stylised, martial arts-based fighting violence of the U.S. version seems 'too much' for pre-teens), but then we have to put up with an extra 6 week wait just to see this inferior, cut UK half-measure, short-change-the-public, altered version! Also, the UK is nearly last on the world release schedule, yet countries like Estonia, Iceland and Uruguay get it well before the UK!! Then Episode II of Star Wars gets announced for May 16/17 in many territories, and Sony bottles out (but not on the USA release, which is even more curious), even with a tentpole, guaranteed smash-hit picture like Spidey they fold and have no confidence in it! U.S. audiences wouldn't tolerate such treatment and delays, so why should us 'don't-raise-your-voice, saps' in the UK. Something needs to be done. So be it if Sony won't relent - which of course they won't, just since a few 'lowly, invisible' fans have complained - but I want a proper explanation. Still, someone has to try to make them accountable damn it. Somebody. Nothing they can say justifies the delay. My article trashes any possible excuse in advance, by covering every angle of the issue. And if I haven't covered them all, I sure will if anyone gives me a new reason I hadn't thought of previously. I'm not arrogant and jealous, just very p***** off and baffled at present. If anyone of a movie-fan nature or movie-industry-player nature IS interested/wants to read the article, it's too lengthy to put on here, so I'd happily email it to you. Thank you.