‘The Amazing Spider-man’ Movie Review: Don’t go into ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ thinking about previous Spiderman movies. Overall an enjoyable film, with some slow plot points at times.
‘The Amazing Spider-Man‘ was a very enjoyable movie. I went in not knowing what to think. I did not watch trailers of any kind prior to seeing ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’ I can honestly say that I am glad that I did do it this way. As I gathered from others, scenes that they thought were rather cheesy from trailers worked well for the movie. The Amazing Spiderman had a great cast. Andrew Garfield as Spiderman was a good choice although unexpected. I like how he played Peter Parker. Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy as well; she is such a good actress. The two of them worked very well together. Dennis Leary as Captain Stacy was a pleasant surprise.
There is not a lot of negative things to say about ‘The Amazing Spider-Man.’ I think that the biggest complaint I heard was that the villain’s graphics were not great. But, I think that any time you try to make an animal or reptile look human you run into difficulties. The CGI all in all was very good.
The ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ used humor so well. There were many scenes where the entire audience laughed out loud. I think that a big part of that was how well the cast of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ worked together. Awkward teenage humor was funny and believeable.
The biggest word to the wise that I have is DO NOT go into ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ thinking about the previous Spiderman movies. Go into it planning on having a laugh and spending two hours and fifteen minutes enjoying yourself because that is what ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ delivers. ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ does start to drag at a couple points but quickly and effortlessly pulls you right back in. ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ was well worth my time.
‘The Amazing Spider-Man’ Trailer:
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