The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of ElectroFriday, May 02, 2014
“Everyone has a part of themselves they hide, even from the people they love most. And you don’t have forever, none of us ever do.” – Aunt May
Directed by Marc Webb and released by Columbia Pictures, Rise of Electro is direct sequel to The Amazing Spider-Man along with the cast. Back to reprise the role as spidey is Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone plays as Gwen Stacy, Spidey’s alter ego love interest. Addition to the cast is veteran actor Jamie Foxx whom plays the somewhat confused man named Max Dillion turned villain by the nickname Electro. The sequel promised to be pack with all the goodness from the comic and it might a fan boy dream come true.
Soon Peter would have to face the greatest trial in his life and he will have to muster all his courage to face the danger while trying to save the city but the ultimate sacrifice for peace would be to big of price to pay as Peter questions his purpose in life.
Added points is the entirety of the film is more relative to the Spider-Man comic book storyline as compared to the Spider-Man Trilogy (and let's be honest, it had deviate much more than expectations.). For comic fanboys could definitely relate as the web-shooter along with the scientific element.
Director: Marc Webb
Writers: Alex Kurtzman (screenplay), Roberto Orci (screenplay),
Star: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx