The Good, The Bad, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Comments -


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BunyonSnipe 8/12/2014 12:31:43 AM

I still think Sony and Disney will do a deal, what with Marvel killing off Wolverine and no X-Toys this summer, Fox is not getting much love...

I think they will finally introduce the idea of parallel worlds at the climax of ASM3 and The Sinister Six
After their defeat by Spidey and Black Cat, Green Goblin sets off a device that creates a wormhole that sucks Spidey into The Marvel Cinematic Universe and directly into a fight between The Hulk and a new (comicbook) version of The Rhino (still played by Giamatti).

But then again probably not... HAHAHA!

chiefBrody 8/12/2014 2:01:29 AM
Sony wants to keep their cash cow but pretty soon, after too many bad movies like this one, no one will care anymore and it will be too late. After this crap, I don't really know how the 3rd and The Sinister Six could be any worse but I'm sure, I'll surprised. 

It looks like only Disney knows how to make it work so far... 

Dazzler 8/12/2014 3:52:51 AM

2nd better than first one anyway.  They really don't read the comics do they?  They adapt novels in movies without too much change but for comics they throw the stories out the window.  They should have stayed away from Green Goblin since already seen in movies.  Joker being reused seems to be the only exception to the rule for that working so far. 

goirish83 8/12/2014 6:51:51 AM

This movie was awful........................

xJokersxWildx 8/12/2014 7:00:47 AM

This movie wasn' bad. Garfield is great as peter/spidey.  The villians on the other hand were pretty weak.


ryanwareham 8/12/2014 7:39:02 AM

was a popcorn and special FX flick, nothing to leave you satisfied after the fact.

still somewhat perplexed by the fact they showed the entire ending in the trailers (rhino bit) SO FAR IN ADVANCE, and then felt it was a powerful punch to end the movie with after using it as the attracting point on THIS movie, edited in between shots of spidey vs electro

bluefox629 8/12/2014 8:02:42 AM

and what was with the xmen teaser mid credits?

shadowhammer 8/12/2014 8:37:38 AM


Even though this Spider Man group of films is not part of the MCU, Marvel/Sony wanted to keep the whole post-credit [hint of things to come] scene scheme going in order to imply a sense of connectedness among Marvel's current film offerings.

goirish83 8/12/2014 9:21:27 AM

bluefox.............the X-Men scene was done because of a deal between Fox and Sony.  Fox let the director do this film for Sony even though he was on deck for a movie with Fox, something to that effect.  That was the biggest waste of time because that clip had nothing to do with the movie.

krazyjoe 8/12/2014 11:44:15 AM

Don't include Green Lantern with those other stink-bombs! Green Lantern was actually good!

I hated 'Amazing 2'. :( It made Spider-Man 3 seem much better by comparison.

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