The Amazing Spider-Man


Action / Adventure / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 73%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 77%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 546132


Uploaded By: OTTO
October 25, 2012 at 08:13 PM



Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy
Skyler Gisondo as Howard Stacy
C. Thomas Howell as Jack's Father
Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man / Peter Parker
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2.10 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
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899.07 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
2 hr 16 min
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2.00 GB
English 2.0
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2 hr 16 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by perjep-47333 10 / 10

What a great Spiderman Movie

I know people hate the suit i like it they tried to make special new look and i like it. Yes the amazing spiderman 2 was bad but this was very very good.

Reviewed by StoryTaker1 10 / 10

My first and now my favourite Spider-Man

I guess whether or not we like a super-hero movie depends on what we are looking for in it. I want them to inspire me to always strive to be the best version of myself. I want them to unapologetically show heroes being heroes, without caring if that makes them 'cheesy', protecting and defending more than they attack, constantly learning from life and from others, overcoming personal struggles and losses, using their brain more than their brawn etc. I especially love any story where the protagonist is smart and a fellow nerd. This movie does it all for me.

Garfield might be too good looking to pass off as a bullied teenager, but he made up for that with his acting. He portrayed perfectly the awkwardness that bullies would hone in as a weakness, the need for validation that comes from this and from losing his parents that led him to give the formula away so callously to please Dr Connors, the rebelliousness and teenage angst etc. I also liked the tragic arc of Dr Connors and how his path to the dark side was paved with good intentions. I also liked all the side characters and Gwen. The humour was also on point, as was the music.

More importantly, I like and admire the Peter Parker in this movie. He is a true hero through and through who is also incredibly smart and can build his own suit and solve his own problems unlike in certain other adaptations.

Reviewed by Pjtaylor-96-138044 5 / 10

Promises the 'untold story' but gives us largely the same as before; it just ends up being redundant and generic.

'The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)' promises the 'untold story' and yet gives us largely the same origin as before, oddly borrowing some specific elements that surely wouldn't be included if they hadn't been in the '2002' incarnation, while removing most of the connecting tissue between the events and thus severely reducing their impact. Peter Parker - here, a skate-boarding hipster who's idea of awkward is to talk too much but always manage to say the right thing - is bitten by a random spider, that isn't set up as being genetically modified, while visiting a lab and within a couple of scenes he is crawling about the walls with ease. It's almost like they couldn't be bothered to retell the origin story and so decided to rush through it, making the entire endeavour rather redundant as it's almost assumed you've seen the prior trilogy anyway. Even when the web-slinging action starts - which is well done for the most part and compounded by some believable visual effects - you just don't care. Plus, it doesn't help that the film is painfully generic, too, both in terms of the story-telling and the directing. At with least Raimi's trilogy, even when it was at it's worst it was still interesting. 5/10

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