The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man
The Amazing Spider-Man




136 minutes


Action and Adventure



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It's back to the beginning for the much-loved comic book hero in this origins adventure that puts a more realistic spin on the Peter Parker story. Excellently played by Andrew Garfield, the high school outcast wrestles with the angst and awkwardness of teenage life, as he tries to figure out who he is, and why his parents abandoned him when he was a child. The journey takes him to the lab of his dad's ex-partner, Dr Connors, where he receives the fateful spider bite that gives him his destiny-changing superpowers. Parker's first love, Gwen Stacy, and Connors' villainous alter-ego, The Lizard, add further complications, resulting in a reboot that combines emotional depth, humour and intense action.


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Contains moderate violence and injury detail.

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