Celebrities dress up as the strangest things on Halloween. So when Oscar winner Jamie Foxx Tweeted that he “dressed up as Electro for Halloween last night” and added that the costume “fits well,” very few batted an eye.
Marc Webb, Jamie Foxx, The Amazing Spider-Man
Hey Jamie Foxx? IF...... youre gonna be Electro in the next Spiderman film. Can you PLEASE at least once in the film become WANDA or Homey D Clown LOL. Before the film gets all serious and deep into the story. I think it would be epic and spice the film up abit for some fun LOL. Peter Parker gets a massage from WANDA LOL!
except he didn't play Homey D Clown. That was Damon Wayans.
Sounds surprising I've been a fan of Foxx for 8 years since he wowed and touched us in Ray. Will he turn in another good performance? We shall see
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At least Dutch gave solid reasons for not liking it. Do you have any reasons for liking it? Just curious.
Tons. I think Andrew Garfield tapped into the well-meaning but put-upon Peter Parker that I grew up reading about in the comics. The hero who tried so hard to do right, but often paid a very steep price for his heroism. I thought Marc Webb added some excellent comic pieces, with Peter discovering his powers. Also, Garfield was sarcastically funny ... something I thought the Raimi movies neglected. Spidey's best defense mechanism was his sense of humor, and I thought Webb and Garfield nailed that. Sally Field was a tremendously sympathetic Aunt May. The action scenes was the best I've seen in any Spider-Man movie (with the fight in the high school -- and thre HILARIOUS Stan Lee cameo -- ranking as my fave action scene in a Spidey movie).
But most of all, Brian, I thought Webb's movie had heart. Lots of it. The scene in the warehouse, where Peter is perfecting his skills, was beautiful. Peter and Gwen's first kiss was romantic. And that same heart broke when Peter had to isolate Gwen to keep his promise to Capt. Stacey. As a lifelong Spidey fan, this was the movie I was waiting for, and I'm anxious to see what Webb can do for the sequel.
"I’ve been a vocal cheerleader for Webb’s vision of Marvel’s beloved Web-head."
Why? That movie was such a mess. Uncle Ben gets killed across the street from Peter Parker? The gun was accidentally dropped, neutering the whole point of "standing up to evil"? Every good scene between the 2 leads seemed improv'd, not scripted. Denis Leary was the best part of the film, the Lizard was a mess and his motivation made no sense (turning everyone into lizard people? really?). The most memorable image of the film (Emma hiding in the closet as the Lizard gets her) was lifted straight from "Halloween." Jamie Foxx is a terrible idea. This thing is gonna be even worse - wow, what a headache.
I thought the movie worked really well. I prefer Webb's version to the Raimi films. Truthfully, it's not even close. Sorry we disagree.
It does try to reach out to be more like the comics, but it doesn't feel like Spider-Man to me. The movies are supposed to be a fun, action movie like The Avengers or any other Marvel Cinematic Universe films but this one was quite dark. Its not horrible, but I also felt like its not the way Spider-Man is supposed to be. I hope the sequel will be better.
I hope so too matt
Yep, by the way one more day until Wreck It Ralph!
and 3 more till i see the movie and 85 percent on Rotten tomatoes
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