Spider-man 2

Spider-man 2

Peter Parker is going through a major identity crisis. Burned out from being Spider-Man, he decides to shelve his superhero alter ego, which leaves the city suffering in the wake of carnage left by the evil Doc Ock. In the meantime, Parker still can't act on his feelings for Mary Jane Watson, a girl he's loved since childhood.

Peter Parker';s having a rough time. His double life as the super hero Spider-Man is having a devastating impact on his civilian life. Things are so bad he declares that he';s quitting and never putting on the suit again until a freak accident transforms Dr. Otto Octavius into Dr. Octopus, a super-villain with four metal tentacles protruding from his torso. Peter realizes that only Spider-Man can stop him but, of course, problems arise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Spider-man 2 torrent reviews

Iain B (jp) wrote: Good idea not really followed through

Frankie H (es) wrote: I bawled like a baby.

Alexander C (mx) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Luciano G (ru) wrote: The movie has just enough surprises, and that 'better than usual' performance from the lead that makes this slightly better than average, and certainly better than most of the b-straight-to-DVD fair that's out there...

Joe G (us) wrote: Another outstanding work by Kevin Smith this laugh out loud comedy will keep you entertained as well as provoked by intellectual conversations woven into the plot in between joke. Would highly recommend to intellects and comedy lovers alike.

Alden S (kr) wrote: 10 out of 10:A smart story that's both funny and sweet.

Mark D (fr) wrote: This is a cute little entertaining movie.

Private U (ag) wrote: Bad in a funny way. The effects were so bad.

Daniel K (fr) wrote: 5: Wow, leave it to Ozu. Films don't get much more poignant, meaningful, and insightful. What is perhaps most impressive is that it is the kind of five star masterpiece that sneaks up on you. I had absolutely no notion that this would be a five star picture until the third act or so. I was simply engrossed in the story and in the world that Ozu has managed to transfer to the screen. I'd have to do some research through past reviews/viewings, but I think it is fairly rare for a masterpiece to sort of sneak up on me like this. The story is nice and slow - as only Ozu can manage - but packed with significance, which means one has the necessary time to ponder the many issues brought forward. The editing is superb as well, as Ozu often cuts to a new image while keeping the same soundscape, which is also reflected in the new image. The use of music is ideal. The lead female performance is stupendous. Her ability to smile and cry simultaneously is quite wonderful, as is everything else about her. The western presence is obvious, but is much, much more subtle than in the Japanese New Wave. It is simple there and pervasive, but one has to consciously recognize it for it to seem obvious. It's easy to forget that Late Spring was released in 1949. Ozu is subtlety itself. I'm beginning to understand the cyclical nature of his seasons pictures, but will have to see the others again to be sure. He is a master of exploring the human condition. The sets and locations are spectacular; many of the frames could be hung on a wall in a museum. I'm beginning to question whether or not Ozu isn't the true master (as opposed to Kurosawa). However, they are very different directors and I definitely think there is room for both in the canon. As the film approached it's ending I couldn't help but feel that despite the young woman being in the "late spring" of her life, her father was edging towards his early winter. Then, of course, Ozu ends with waving washing endlessly upon a beach. Need I say more. A true master of both the cinema and life at work.

Carlos T (au) wrote: Good Woody Allen movie with an exceptionally talented Cate Blanchett. Weird ending, though.

Beth F (au) wrote: I had a strong feeling this entire movie that I was supposed to think it was cool and artsy, but it felt more like a weird Rom Com. I really enjoyed Elizabeth Olsen's performance though!

John B (gb) wrote: It was a decent action movie with a good cast, but, I found the story line was lacking some and the movie seemed to end quickly.