In the new sequel for The Amazing Spiderman, Peter Parker (played by Andrew Garfield) is back quirkier and funnier than ever.
In the new sequel for The Amazing Spiderman, Peter Parker (played by Andrew Garfield) is back quirkier and funnier than ever. This time, Peter is faced with the difficulty of fighting not one, but two super villains.
He also wants to solve the mystery of his parents as to why they left him. On top of all that he also has to deal with his on again and off again relationship with Gwen Stacy (played by Emma Stone) and the difficulties of keeping his identity as Spiderman a secret from the press, his family, and his friends.
Peter’s friendship will be tested to the limits when his childhood friend Harry Osborn (played by Dane DeHaan) needs to find Spiderman. Things get even worse when Spiderman’s number one fan Max Dillion (played by Jamie Foxx) becomes Spiderman’s number one problem.
This movie will keep you on the edge of your seat throughout all 140 minutes with tons of heart stopping scenes. Packed with action, comedy, and romance, The Amazing Spiderman 2 is not a movie you want to miss. It is filled with great background music, amazing graphics, and mind blowing details in every scene. You will not be able to keep your eyes off the screen.
This movie is definitely more enjoyable than the first for many reasons but most importantly all of the characters in this movie are likeable whether good or evil. In fact I must say I have never found myself rooting for both the villain and the superhero in a movie before! Overall the acting and the special effects were very enjoyable to watch especially in 3D. The best part of the movie has to be that it ends with a mind numbing plot twist that will leave you shocked and thrown completely off guard, and will make you anxious for the next Spiderman movie.
Kids 10 years and older should only watch this movie due to mature content, violence, and language.