“Amazing Spider-Man 2”

(This is from my column at St. Anthony Messenger, June 2014 issue)

It’s graduation day for Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) and Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), but Peter is late because, as Spider-Man, he is saving the city from thieves who have stolen plutonium. Gwen is the high school valedictorian, and she speaks movingly about hope. Our hero arrives just in time to get his diploma after saving Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx), who works for Oscorp Industries, where Peter’s dad, Richard (Campbell Scott), used to work.

Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan), Peter’s old friend and son of Norman Osborn (Chris Cooper), returns as his father is dying from a genetic disease. Oscorp Industries was created to find a cure for him, but failed.

Max, a man no one notices, is Spider- Man’s greatest … CLICK HERE to continue reading at St. Anthony Messenger

 

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