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Old 06-15-2016, 05:18 PM   #476
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He certainly did fulfil the promise of keeping her out of his life as Spidey

By getting her killed
He webbed her hand to the car hood so she wouldn't follow, she went to the battle area on her own, got out of the grid control room on her own, and got tossed by the Goblin, and all Spidey's attempts to save her failed.

It's unfair to this Peter to say he got her killed, it's like saying he got her killed in Amazing Spider-Man 121 by her going to his apartment to tell him she gave birth to twin children of Norman Osborn forget I said that, it's not there in the original story at all only to be met by The Green Goblin who went there when she was waiting for him to get him but found her instead and abducted her.
You can blame someone for a poorly timed choice of another, and bad luck, but you shouldn't.

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:08 PM   #477
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Gwen kill herself. That why they ruin her death. It her own fault.

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:13 PM   #478
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Gwen kill herself. That why they ruin her death. It her own fault.
Well the movie is about choice sooo

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:16 PM   #479
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Make no difference. Still ruined it.

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:31 PM   #480
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Yeah that was not tragic at all' she choose to help him and die, emotion? Naaah'. doobie'you're right it ruined it

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Old 06-18-2016, 10:33 PM   #481
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I know I'm right lol. Gwen die because of own stupidity decision.

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Old 06-19-2016, 09:11 AM   #482
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I tried to watch TASM1 today and I just can't watch the whole movie. I get bored and it just isn't entertaining. I only watched the first 40 minutes. I saw it in cinema and haven't watched the whole movie since. I have tried many times. I like Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone so they are not the reason. There is just something about the movie I dislike.

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Old 06-20-2016, 05:14 AM   #483
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He did, he promised George to keep her out of this, out of the Spider-Man side of his life after she made the serum.
If he didn't keep his word, he wouldn't web her hand to a car hood in TASM2 to keep her away from Electro.
He kept his word.
That's such a basic idea, that is in no way presented in TASM 2. Peter, as far as he's concerned, promised to stay away from her. George's words were, "Keep Gwen out of it." which can be interpreted as keeping her out of his Spider-Man stuff or keeping her out of his life, in general, because he's Spider-Man. Peter interprets it as staying away from her. In that sense, the promise that Peter perceives that he made, he broke. But, when Gwen comes in during the Electro fight, he doesn't get her out of there, he lets her stay involved. Have a very great day you and everyone!

God bless you! God bless everyone!

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Old 06-20-2016, 05:43 AM   #484
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I know I'm right lol. Gwen die because of own stupidity decision.
The coming of the Goblin was completely unexpected and out of nowhere.

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That's such a basic idea, that is in no way presented in TASM 2. Peter, as far as he's concerned, promised to stay away from her. George's words were, "Keep Gwen out of it." which can be interpreted as keeping her out of his Spider-Man stuff or keeping her out of his life, in general, because he's Spider-Man. Peter interprets it as staying away from her. In that sense, the promise that Peter perceives that he made, he broke. But, when Gwen comes in during the Electro fight, he doesn't get her out of there, he lets her stay involved. Have a very great day you and everyone!

God bless you! God bless everyone!
But that was the promise, to keep her out of this, even if Peter and many viewers thought the promise was to stay away from her.
George died helping Spider-Man, because he kept Gwen out of it.
As for Electro, he might've recovered and shocked Spider-Man carrying Gwen out of the grid, or she'd return if Spider-Man took her away from the grid to return and fight Electro solo, she set-up her mind.


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Old 07-06-2016, 08:31 PM   #485
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The coming of the Goblin was completely unexpected and out of nowhere.
Agreed. No good build up. Very throw in at last minute.

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Old 07-07-2016, 08:27 PM   #486
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Was there really any build up from the moment Goblin kidnapped her in the comics to when he dropped her off the bridge? I honestly think it was about the same.

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Old 07-08-2016, 02:12 AM   #487
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I tried to watch TASM1 today and I just can't watch the whole movie. I get bored and it just isn't entertaining. I only watched the first 40 minutes. I saw it in cinema and haven't watched the whole movie since. I have tried many times. I like Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone so they are not the reason. There is just something about the movie I dislike.
I agree. A boring Spider-Man movie is a capital sin imo. It's still a decent movie and better than ASM2 but I can't see me rewatching it,Spidey's screentime in Civil War is 100 times better than this and Raimi's movies are still classics. BUT the best thing to come out of this was the tie-in game, I love that one.

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Old 07-10-2016, 09:04 PM   #488
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Was there really any build up from the moment Goblin kidnapped her in the comics to when he dropped her off the bridge? I honestly think it was about the same.
There was because we saw Goblin go after her, and Peter not know it. And find out later when Goblin have her on bridge.

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Old 08-17-2016, 02:16 PM   #489
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I just tried Branzino because of this movie

pretty good

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Old 08-17-2016, 04:23 PM   #490
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I just tried Branzino because of this movie

pretty good
Good to know.
I'd still like to try it.

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I rewatched the film and liked it more but still the weakest of the films.

-Peter Parker and Curt Connors were OK as highly modernized versions but not good characters in themselves or adaptations of the comic book characters.
-Peter was pretty insanely careless about his secret identity (edit: Not in the bridge scene to save a kid's life but in a lot of other scenes).
-The overall tone was a bit too dark, somber and angsty (now I see and agree with the complaints that it was at least a little too Dark Knight-y), it felt like there were only two or three feel-good moments and two or three other light moments.
-There was no point to having mechanical webshooters and having them actually hurt the movie a little.
-The music was a bit better than I remembered but the movie was really missing a main heroic theme.
-George Stacy was such a jerk.


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Old 12-15-2016, 06:17 PM   #492
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I think ASM 2 the weakest but this one still very bad.

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Old 03-04-2017, 03:08 PM   #493
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I think 2014 may have been the last time I sat through a Spider-Man movie from start to finish. Time to celebrate the three anniversaries this year by watching both film series.

The third is the 5th anniversary of the Amazing Spider-Man.

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Old 04-09-2017, 05:23 PM   #494
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“It’s hard for me to think about it, in terms of regrets. There are so many things that I’m proud of. There was an ambition with the second movie, in particular. The idea that it’s a superhero that can’t save everybody is something that I’m really proud of. I’m really proud of the ambition of that because it’s an important message, and I believe in that. I believe in what we were after. They’re really, really difficult movies to make. They’re complex in ways that people don’t fully understand. They weren’t disasters.”

“In terms of regrets, I don’t think of it in those terms. I felt really, really fortunate to have that opportunity. That’s a whole other long, in-depth conversation that I probably shouldn’t have publicly. I loved everybody involved. I really did. I didn’t have an adversarial relationship with the studio, at all. There were a lot of very smart people. These are just incredibly complicated movies to make. I am proud of them, in many ways, and I stand by them. I’m certainly not a victim, in that situation.”
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Old 04-10-2017, 02:03 PM   #495
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I really respect the guy for the way he looks at the movies. I thought the cinematography of them was really well done for the most part, and his direction re: smaller scenes, personal moments was perfect. It was the bigger stuff, story structure, etc. he struggled with in the end, and while he's a better man than I for saying that the studio wasn't responsible, I think we can at least have him share the fault with Sony for those shortcomings.

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