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December 29, 2012
Why do we need yet another spider man reboot? I'll tell you why, the movie studio's needed a movie that was garaunteed to sell. This is SO un-original and weak. Please, tell everyone to boycott this piece of CRAP, and lets get some new movies. Or better yet, if you MUST see this movie, just download it illegally and pass it out to anyone else that NEEDS to see it. That way we don't pay for
December 23, 2012
It was better than I thought it would be. Worth checking out. Although I do think Toby McGuire was a better Peter Parker.
November 24, 2012
They should have waited longer to reboot the Spider-Man franchise, but everyone in my office at DISH agrees that this remake was Amazing. The casting was great, the choice of angle for the plot was clever and McGuire?s delivery was downright hilarious some times. Since my town does not have a movie store I have been movie less for a while now, but because Blockbuster at Home through DISH delivers
November 20, 2012
sucks, I couldn't wait for it to end. Toby Maguire was glad to NOT be in this one.
November 20, 2012
What's the point in making this movie its just like the very first movie already knew what was gonna happen so again whats the point of making this starting back all over DEJA VU anyone anyone Andrew Garfield aint even hot ugh Tobey Maguire so dang on sexy and hot i miss him already?!
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The Hollywood Reporter
While the two leads deliver the goods and manage to combine a frisky sense of first love with the movie's gloomier arc, they are well-served by a terrific supporting cast. Full Review
Meet the new face of superheroes: Marc Webb's totally teenage and totally fun take on the Spider-Man franchise. Full Review
It's the successul synthesis of the two action and emotion that means this Spider-Man is as enjoyable as it is impressive: Webb's control of mood and texture is near faultless as his film switches from teenage sulks to exhilarating airborne pyrotechnics. Full Review
The good news is that Garfield and Stone whip up a warm, convincing froth as two teenagers caught up in a beguiling case of puppy love. The not-so-great news is that by "reboot," the studio means taking audiences once again through every step of Peter's transformation into Spider-Man. Full Review
As a new chapter in the superpowered arachnid saga, it stands on its own quite nicely, focusing more on human emotions than on a panoply of special effects. Full Review