Saturday, August 23, 2014

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 2014 [by moayed250]

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 2014 torrent

Year: 2014
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Director: Marc Webb
Stars: Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx
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Torrent Size: 815 mb
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Info Hash: 498bd2a7442ccf64d7ed39fed5320e86339e09b6

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Language: English
Runtime: 142 min
Subtitles: Italian
Resolution: 704x480
Frame Rate: 25 fps
Video Bitrate: 5428 Kb/sec
Audio Bitrate: 384 kbps


Review: I am utterly appalled by how horrendous this movie is. I honestly cannot wrap my mind around how this thing got made (or at least got released in this condition). The movie starts with a plot line that you couldnt care less about. Remember Peters parents from the first movie? No, well thats because no one cared about them. Thankfully we get to see even more of their completely intriguing back story here... just kidding. It sucks a lot. The opening scenes involving them are plagued with horrible acting, choppy editing, poor directing, and bad, clich├ęd dialog. In fact, this trend continues through a lot of the movie.Scenes involving Paul Giamatti and his horrible Russian accent are laughable. He seems to have just stepped out of a cartoon. I know this is a comic book movie, but even in the fun world they are trying to create this just doesnt fit. I see what they wanted to do but this scene is just so poorly done. Spider-Man is just not that funny, and again it seems to be choppily edited and poorly written. Even Gwens decent speech(which way too obviously foreshadows her death) is ruined by putting stupid action sequences over it.A similar scenario comes up with Jamie Foxxs Max Dillon. He seems to be confused about what movie he is in. Imagine if you multiplied Jim Carreys Riddler from Batman Forever ten-fold. That is Foxxs character here. The performance and dialog is truly cringe-worthy, and he has absolutely no motivation for anything he does other than the fact that hes crazy and loves Spider-Man (that is until he forgets his name). The Osborn family is just as bad. As Norman dies, he tells his son Harry (who we are somehow supposed to give a crap about) that he has the same disease. The whole scene is pretty bad and although they try to explain away why they spend their last moments together fighting and why they make a teenager the head of a company, that doesnt make it better. By the time Harry and Electro decide to work together (shocker…), the movie really just becomes so horribly awful it is beyond repair. Almost every scene becomes just so laughable and the ones that arent have a completely different tone. Its like five different people directed the movie. It has no idea if it wants to be serious or not. Then, with only thirty minutes left of the movie, we get this whole scene that seems to only exist to set up a Sinister Six spin-off and make Harry the Green Goblin just so he can kill Gwen and leave room for a new leading actress in a sequel. Electro and Green Goblin are then both easily defeated (and put to the side immediately afterward), and although they try to show that Peter doesnt want to fight Harry it doesnt really work because we only just became aware of their relationship. There are a couple funny lines here and there, but everything is just so uninteresting. Harrys search for a cure is boring because he is essentially a stranger and no one even seems interested in it (especially Dane DeHaan), everything involving Electro is frustrating to watch, all of Aunt Mays scenes are poor because Sally Field seems to just be phoning it in, and even Peter and Gwens relationship begins to become boring and repetitive. Everything in the movie exists only to move the plot along. And at times it seems its not even trying to move this movies plot forward but instead step up sequels and spin-offs. Everything in the movies plot is connected but not because its a smart film, but because it is relying on coincidence. I honestly cant explain how bad many of these scenes are. Throughout it, you keep asking... Was that really the best take? Were those really the best lines you could have possibly written? Was any of this even scripted? Like did you intend to make a film or did it just kind of happen accidentally and you figured hey just stitch all this random crap together and add in some CGI...It will be fine? Well, sorry to tell you Sony but it wasnt. Despite all this, there are some good things. Andrew Garfield is still a pr...

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