The Amazing Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Starring: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen, Sally Field
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Fine cinematography captures the abundant screen presence of the cast. As site de rencontre meet love Peter Parker’s aunt and uncle/legal guardians, my review here Martin Sheen provides firm fatherly authority while single frau baby Sally Field weighs-in with her urgent motherly pleadings. It’s screen gold. Emma Stone is radiant.
Andrew Garfield’s expressiveness adds depth to his character. We get the full range of the male testosterone experience including his initial awkward flirtations with classmate Gwen Stacy (Stone). Somehow, overnight, he morphs from a fumbling geek to a smoldering kisser and ninja fighter.
This is the best Spider-Man so far. It’s balanced romance, drama, and thrilling 3D action.
My grade: A
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