Watch The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Kick Ass This Labour Day!

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Hi Huneybees,

Spidey's here to save the day!
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 will be in cinemas this Labour Day and I was fortunate to have the privilege to catch it tonight, right before everyone else did! I couldn't stop replaying the movie in my head and I knew I would definitely be "swooping" by the cinema for a second round!

It was as though they were playing their usual dating selves in real life.
So much love ~

This second installment was a more solemn one compared to the previous prequel. More emotions were revealed as each character represented one each. For Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), it was the love that tore them apart, loving each other, whilst having a promise to keep. Peter Parker felt so lost, as he was reminded of his dead parents and a soon-to-be lost love, when Gwen revealed that she would be going away.

The super-charged villian Electro (Jamie Foxx), represented the desire for attention, to be wanted and needed, when he thought the world was turning against him, even his idol - Spider-man was not supporting him, he turned this desperaton into ager and wanted to literally turn the city lights out.

As for the introduction of an old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) who later turned into Green Goblin, he was filled with desperation as his dying father revealed to him the ugly side of their family genetics, which he would die at a young age.

The revelation of perhaps a cure, saw him doing a silly step, of not only unleashing Electro into the city, but also himself, turned out to be worse than just an ill patient. It reflects the choice one makes, due to fear, desperation and anger, one might choose the wrong path and turn against the world.

That is also why the makeup for the characters were not too cartoon-y,  like painting the Green Goblin green and giving him a witch nose. I liked how they made Harry looked as though he was plagued by a disease, the greenish tone was coming from within and not changing too much of his human form.

Electro on the other hand reminded me way too much of Dr. Freeze, played by Arnold Schwarzenegger in Batman & Robin (1997), he could be a little more burnt or pale, but hey, it could be just me, who have been watching way too much of the America TV game show - Face Off.

Some might see this emotion play a little too draggy, a little too boring, but for me, it was nice to be able to be see things from the superhero's POV as he reveals his emotions, heroes are humans too, they still need the support of family and love.

Everyone were raving about Jami Foxx's acting in the movie and though I did like how he played Max Dillion as the dorky, unseen engineer, someone else caught my eye...

Dane DeHaan, had that bad vibe, that might have won over James Franco's character . With his glass-ball light blue eyes and his young Leonardo DiCaprio vibe, he got me going "OoOoo" as the other girls were drooling over the "brown doe-eyed" Andrew Garfield.

Big Spidey fans might know what the ending might be like, but for those who don't, you might be in for a tear jerking moment! I can't wait for the 3rd episode as towards the end of the movie, you would be seeing another villian - Rhino (Paul Giamatti) as this might be the groundwork for the introduction of the Sinister Six!


So, be sure to catch The Amazing Spider-Man 2 in cinemas this 1 MAY 2014 in 3D and IMAX® 3D!


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