Written July 03, 2012
Marvel Studios seems to have developed a solid formula for the big-screen adaptation of their most beloved stories. One innate factor of success is having already established concrete visuals in their comics, unlike books such as the Harry Potter series, or Fifty Shades of Grey, where each and every reader develops their own mental images. But here, in comic-book land, the reader is treated to tried-and-true images, characters, and origin stories, with the occasional re-vamp or retelling, as new generations of artists and writers bring their flavors to the sauce. And that is what you have here with Amazing. The first Sam Raimi classic just ten years old, Spidey celebrates his double-digit anniversary with an already refreshing new take. Andrew Garfield relates to the pimply masses as Peter Parker, thrills us and makes us chuckle deep as "Bug Boy", and Emma Stone is sinfully delicious as Gwen Stacey. Kudos to director Marc Webb. So much more to say, not enough space here.
Written July 04, 2012
If you liked the first two Spider-Man movies and HATED the third this may just be the best one yet. Just see the damn thing it is great!
Written July 07, 2012
If you're a Stan Lee fan, you'll enjoy this version of Spider-man.Andrew Garfield is to Tobey Maguire's Spider-man as Christian Bale is to Michael Keaton's Dark Night.
Written November 29, 2014
The Amazing Spider-Man is a must watch, it is such a great story (the writers did this one justice) and Marc Webb did phenomenal for his first directed blockbuster! Anyone who over criticizes this movie, has no personality or imagination. Do yourself a favor and go see it!
Written May 03, 2015
My grandson and I went to see this film today. We loved it! The 3D was banging! We recommend seeing this movie. You won't be sorry.