#9 Movie Feels of 2012: The Amazing Spiderman


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Which according to some isn’t so amazing because it simply wasn’t the right time to make this movie. Not if people still have a clear picture of Peter’s angry face when Uncle Ben died, and Mary Jane’s red hair and sweet smile. The emotions in the scenes of The Amazing Spiderman and the things that made its characters interesting quickly faded away from my memory as I made my way home from the cinema. On the good side though, Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were believable as high school teenagers and that was enough to capture me for the moment I sat there eyes fixed on the screen. Overall, the movie was good but short of the intensity and freshness the audience of the previous movies expected to leave a lasting imprint on them.

 

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#9 Movie Feels of 2012: The Amazing Spiderman

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