History Film / TheAmazingSpiderman

12th Jul '17 9:44:40 AM Isaac_Heller
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** Gwen Stacy was Peter's love interest before Mary Jane Watson was created. Her interest in science and role as an intern for Dr. Connors is also similar to her portrayal in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan The Spectacular Spider-Man]]''. While her personality and the way she interacts with Peter[note]him revealing his identity to her and her becoming his schoolmate confidante and ally[/note] is closer to the Ultimate comics' version of Mary Jane than Gwen Stacy in the original comics or the Ultimate comics.

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** Gwen Stacy was Peter's love interest before Mary Jane Watson was created. Her interest in science and role as an intern for Dr. Connors is also similar to her portrayal in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan The Spectacular Spider-Man]]''. While her personality and the way she interacts with Peter[note]him Peter[[note]]him revealing his identity to her and her becoming his schoolmate confidante and ally[/note] ally[[/note]] is closer to the Ultimate comics' version of Mary Jane than Gwen Stacy in the original comics or the Ultimate comics.
12th Jul '17 9:37:24 AM Isaac_Heller
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* AdaptationalBadass: The Stacy family. George in the comics was an elderly and retired police captain, a stark contrast to his younger, Badass film counterpart (who draws heavily from ''John'' Stacy, his Ultimate Universe counterpart). Gwen was also stated once to be good at science in the comics, but mostly just demonstrated typical Lee-girl qualities; here, she's not only arguably ''smarter'' than Peter, but her intelligence makes her so important that Peter would've been unable to save the day without her.

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* AdaptationalBadass: The Stacy family. George in the comics was an elderly and retired police captain, a stark contrast to his younger, Badass badass film counterpart (who draws heavily from ''John'' Stacy, his Ultimate Universe counterpart). Gwen was also stated once to be good at science in the comics, but mostly just demonstrated typical Lee-girl qualities; here, she's not only arguably ''smarter'' than Peter, but her intelligence makes her so important that Peter would've been unable to save the day without her.
12th Jul '17 9:36:36 AM Isaac_Heller
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** Gwen Stacy was Peter's love interest before Mary Jane Watson was created. Her interest in science and role as an intern for Dr. Connors is also similar to her portrayal in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan The Spectacular Spider-Man]]''. While her personality and the way she interacts with Peter is closer to the comics version of Mary Jane than Gwen Stacy in the original comics.

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** Gwen Stacy was Peter's love interest before Mary Jane Watson was created. Her interest in science and role as an intern for Dr. Connors is also similar to her portrayal in ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan The Spectacular Spider-Man]]''. While her personality and the way she interacts with Peter Peter[note]him revealing his identity to her and her becoming his schoolmate confidante and ally[/note] is closer to the comics Ultimate comics' version of Mary Jane than Gwen Stacy in the original comics or the Ultimate comics.
12th Jul '17 9:34:02 AM Isaac_Heller
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** An intentional example is Peter looking for Uncle Ben's killer, as he ends up learning that being a hero isn't about seeking revenge and so he stops searching in favor of stopping the Lizard and saving New York - basically fulfilling his "great responsibility".
23rd Jun '17 8:49:10 PM Nintendoman01
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* DestinationDefenestration: During the fight with the Lizard at school, Spider-Man smashes a window and then proceeds to throw Gwen out to get her away from the fight, catching her with a webline first.



** [[spoiler: In the scene where Spider-Man is fighting the Lizard at the school, he tells Gwen he's going to throw her out the window and he catches her with his web, but does so using a single strand - which causes her to be forcefully yanked backwards in a way that noticeably would be harmful if she were going any faster. This mistake is precisely what caused her death in the comics. It also leads to her death in ''Film/TheAmazingSpider-Man2'']]

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** [[spoiler: In the scene where Spider-Man is fighting the Lizard at the school, he tells Gwen he's going to throw her out the window and he catches her with his web, but does so using a single strand - which causes her to be forcefully yanked backwards in a way that noticeably would be harmful if she were going any faster. This mistake is precisely what caused her death in the comics. It also leads to her death in ''Film/TheAmazingSpider-Man2'']]''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan2'']]
10th Jun '17 7:46:31 PM maylove25
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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/SPYAIR---0-GAME-%2528Movie-Ver%2529/3d6b6c062a717eed1b1dc6a382ee1d04 "0 Game"]] by Spyair is the theme song for the Japanese version.

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* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: [[http://www.jpopsuki.tv/video/SPYAIR---0-GAME-%2528Movie-Ver%2529/3d6b6c062a717eed1b1dc6a382ee1d04 [[https://vimeo.com/121214621 "0 Game"]] by Spyair is the theme song for the Japanese version.
6th Jun '17 9:44:41 PM gjjones
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* AssholeVictim: The cashier that gets robbed after he refuses to let Peter buy something because he was 2 cents short [[KickTheDog and even refuses to let him take 2 cents from the penny tray]]. As Peter is walking out he spots the guy behind him in line lifting money from the cash register - and doesn't say anything.
28th May '17 8:09:53 PM NightShade96
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* AdaptationalNiceGuy: [[JerkJock Flash]] is a much nicer guy than in the comics and [[Film/SpiderManTrilogy the previous films]]. When Uncle Ben dies, Peter goes sullen and violent in his grief, and when he gets violent at Flash, Flash just takes it and then asks, "Feels good, doesn't it?", implying that he has gone through something similar.
9th May '17 8:56:35 AM randomtroper89
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* AllThereInTheManual: [[PairOfKings Kelsey Chow]] has a small role credited as "Hot Girl" but WordOfGod [[http://www.shockya.com/news/2012/06/13/kelsey-chow-talks-pair-of-kings-playing-sally-avril-in-the-amazing-spider-man/ says]] she was cast as ''Spider-Man'' supporting character [[MythologyGag Sally Avril]], and most of her screentime was cut.

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* AllThereInTheManual: [[PairOfKings Kelsey Chow]] Chow has a small role credited as "Hot Girl" but WordOfGod [[http://www.shockya.com/news/2012/06/13/kelsey-chow-talks-pair-of-kings-playing-sally-avril-in-the-amazing-spider-man/ says]] she was cast as ''Spider-Man'' supporting character [[MythologyGag Sally Avril]], and most of her screentime was cut.
9th Apr '17 4:05:59 PM NightShade96
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* LaughOfLove: Peter and Gwen tend to laugh around each other as they gradually fall in love.
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