Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man (Spoilers!)

At this point in our “Spider-Man” re-watch, we have finally finished the Sam Raimi trilogy, and we now head over to the Marc Webb “Amazing Spider-Man” movies. “The Amazing Spider-Man” which was released in 2012, which was directed by Marc Webb, was a complete reboot of the “Spider-Man” film franchise, with Andrew Garfield taking over…

Movie Review: Dunkirk (Spoilers!)

I am not a huge fan of war movies. In fact, most of the time I avoid them because I always feel that it plays up the characters too much, and it becomes over dramatic and over emotional. However, I do enjoy watching Christopher Nolan’s movies (with my favorites being “Memento”, “The Prestige”, and “The…

Movie Review: Cars 3 (Spoilers!)

To be honest, I only saw a few clips of “Cars 2”, and based what I had heard about it and what I did see, I was glad that I stayed far away from it. Also, because Mater (Larry the Cable Guy) is my least favorite PIXAR character of all time. However, the initial teaser…

Movie Review: Spider-Man 3 (Spoilers!)

“Spider-Man”, when it first came out in 2002, changed the course of superhero films as it became the first superhero film that was lighter in tone, was successful at the box office, and set up things for a very successful and lucrative film franchise for SONY. Then, “Spider-Man 2” came and showed audiences and Hollywood…

Movie Review: Spider-Man 2 (Spoilers!)

Just as with everything, a movie having a sequel has both its pros and cons. Having a sequel means that the studio made a lot of money with the first film and from the creative perspective, it means that they can tell more stories with this particular set of characters. However, the challenges that come…

Movie Review: Spider-Man (2002) Review (Spoilers!)

In my last post, in which I reviewed the latest outing of Spider-Man in “Spider-Man:Homecoming”, I mentioned that I felt that it was high time for me to look back and review the past five Spider-Man films, starting with the one started them all, Sam Raimi’s 2002 “Spider-Man”. At the time that I first watched…