What can I say, Marvel still exceeds itself.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2, as already said at the World première in London (here our live service) the producer is really a movie that pleases everyone.
And, what to say, about Andrew Garfield? Well he is amazing both on screen and in real life. Just as Peter Parker is wonderful in the role of Spider-Man but also in those of ordinary boy.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 contains within it everything that you would expect in a superhero movie: explosions, destructions and super-villains.
About the latter, let us remember that, in the case of Marvel, they are often intended to steal the show from the actors (see for example our poll in the home page that, at the moment, is headed as a hero / villain most beloved The Winter Soldier Sebastian Stan).
But key point of this movie is also the love story between Peter Parker/Spider-Man and Gwen Stacy played by one of the most beautiful couple ever: the charming Brit Andrew Garfield and the stunning Emma Stone.
If we hope that in their real life things are not like on the screen, in the movie you know that nothing runs smoothly in a superhero life.
So, over the recurring problem (as in any self-respecting film and TV series of the 90s and 2000) of the forced separation due to the university (Gwen is ready to leave New York for Oxford); in Parker’s life arrive the villain Electro (Jamie Foxx) an ordinary working-guy who is transformed into a walking electrical storm by an accident, the former mate Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan, great in the character played by the icon James Franco) with a need of Spider-Man’s blood and a lot of segrets need to be revealed.
We convinced you?
Well, if you are still unsure that this is the movie for you, we can tell you that, the cast at work, led by the terrific Andrew Garfield, worth the price of the ticket, especially in 3D.
“Everyday I wake up knowing that no matter how many lives I protect, no matter how many people call me a hero, someone even more powerful could change everything”.
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