The first half of Marc Webb’s The Amazing Spider Man seems balanced on the edge of something better than serviceable, a little more hard-boiled, a little more unique, only to revert to its origins in the summer world set pieces and special effects.
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With the upcoming release of The Amazing Spider-Man on July 3rd, we take a look at the different reasons why we are excited for this film, and why you should be excited too!
Through many generations, we’ve had the great privilege of the profound and remarkable words of William Shakespeare. However, Roland Emmerich’s newest endeavor, Anonymous, is the theory that Shakespeare was a peasant, a mere illiterate and incompetent actor who took the credit for Edward De Vere’s work.
Much like his previous movies, Greenberg is another character study written and directed by Noah Baumbach. The film’s focus is on Roger Greenberg (Ben Stiller), a 40 year old New Yorker who recently had a mental breakdown and is brought out west to California by his brother Phillip to care for his dog while the family takes a vacation to Vietnam. What should have been another fascinating look at real life characters quickly turns into a story that becomes very uninteresting because of a very poorly written central personality that you can’t help but dislike, if not hate.