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Spider-Man 2 review
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Spider-Man 2 review
Once again with "Spider-Man 2" we are presented with another comic based film from a long line of Marvel adaptations created for the big screen. Of course, following the excitement created by the release of the first film "Spider-Man", there have been various rumours shadowing the sequel's production and casting. But these rumours did not seem to affect the final production as the film's storyline, plot, and dialogue were excellent. The special effects were astounding and the songs, composed by Danny Elfman, fitted each scene's particular mood to perfection. All of these points made the end result downright spectacular. It's hard to believe that a summer movie, and a sequel at that, could be one of the most entertaining superhero movies that have been created.
The story begins a year on from the last film and Spider-Man's got problems a plenty. In Spider-Man 2, his powers are failing him; Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) is engaged to another man; his best friend, Harry Osborn (James Franco) blames Spider-Man for his father's death; he's been fired from his job as a pizza delivery boy; he's failing his college science class an cannot seem to
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