The Amazing Spiderman Review

By | August 19, 2014

No one involved with this picture cared about making a movie that was good. Because they don’t desire to. But that doesn’t mean they shouldn’t attempt to. Did this movie get made? Simple, Sam Raimi wasn’t allowed enough time to make a fourth spider-man film so he quit, and the devotees wanted to see the lizard on screen. This film was not made for any other motive.

To start, Peter Parker does not have an aim in this film. At first its to figure out what happened to his parents, which is not described in this picture. In scenes that don’t help the crowd he now tries to control his new powers, after half an hour. In the original spider-man, Peter learned in a managed environment about his powers, he didn’t beat up innocent people on a subway train. It is nice to understand no one on that train reported that the guy beat five folks up. But Peter learning his powers can’t be a whole focus in the picture, so Uncle Ben is killed by us. This time it doesn’t work because the only reason Peter let the criminal get away was because Peter couldn’t get a chocolate milk. To get so upset that he couldn’t manage a chocolate milk that he’d let a robber get away with the stores cash is a contrivance in every way. So for about ten minutes Peters new target is to bring uncle Ben’s killer to justice, let the police can not link all these look alike offenders spider-man does capture with the guy who did kill peters uncle. After a little while he only quits doing this, without reason! How about introduce that main villain you have been promising us? The Lizard is horribly written in every scene he’s in. Why does he go to so much trouble to knock automobiles off of a bridge merely to tell one man (who is never seen afterwords) that their vaccine isn’t ready yet? Because we desired another activity scene. For someone as intelligent as Peter Parker has been set up to be it was really dumb for him to put his name on the camera he was using to take pictures of the lizard.spiderman

The climax does not work for 2 reasons. The first is precisely the same climax we’ve seen in about four other superhero movies. The second one being there are not any stakes. Also THERE’s A REMEDY FOR THIS!! You know, the thing Gwen is working on for the previous 6 minutes?

Gwen Stacy’s father dies and tells Peter to leave Gwen out of this, and continues to still date Gwen. What a terrific manner to respect someone who died shielding individuals! Do not see this movie, don’t waste your time with this movie Spiderman 3 was not worse than this, so just watch the Sam Raimi trilogy, at least those movies had effort put into them.