Well, today, my mother, sister, and I went to see the premier of "The
Amazing Spider-man." Ladies and gentlemen, I am very, very pleased to
announce, your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-man finally got the movie he deserves. It was a masterpiece.
it was the premier, I was worried that we wouldn't be able to get
seats, so I had us leave an hour early. Yes, I have the best mother and
sister in the world. In the end, we waited an hour and only like ten
other people came. I was like WHAT? This is the premier!!! Well, it was
at 1:30 in the afternoon, I guess everyone was at work, or something. Ah
Oh, but it was magnificent. Really, it was just great.
Peter was awesome, Gwen was awesome, Captain Stacy was awesome...they
were perfect, actually. There wasn't a thing that they could have done
to make them better. Sadly, I don't think that is the case with Aunt
May. I really did not like her, for some reason. And Uncle Ben seemed
just a tad off. I really loved the way they got Flash
Thompson, though. I was like, wow, he's perfect! Dr. Conners and the
Lizard were really wonderfully done, very believable.
don't think I have ever cried that much during a Marvel Movie. Actually,
I don't think I've ever cried during a Marvel movie. Well, not like
this, when I got teary during the Avengers, it was really just because I
was being hyper nerdy, and well, maybe because Coulson died. But during
this one, in the moments leading up to Uncle Ben's death, I was crying,
just because it was so sad. It was just sad knowing that he was going
to die and everything. The other time I cried, well, if I told you it
would be a spoiler.
Really, it was a seriously awesome movie. It
was just a delight to watch. It was a work of art. Just the way it was
filmed, and the colors and city, and Spidey, it was just very pleasant
to look at. It's hard to explain. Watch it, maybe you'll understand.
It was fun, it was moving, it was awesome, it was brilliant, it was...