So, the studio—along with the analysts—brings you “The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)”.
You know, it’s an interest for sure that the Spider-Man series was rebooted in the first place.
It’s a wonder.
A shocking wonder.
Spider-Man (the 2002 film), starring Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe, and Kirsten Dunst grossed over $800 million. The sequel, Spider-Man 2 (2004 film) grossed over $780 million. And the third and final film, Spider-Man 3 (2007) grossed over $890 million.
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) grossed a lot of money, too.
And it’s a wonder, since it came out only 5 years after the last Spider-Man movie!
(As a side note, don’t you suppose they should come up with more creative names for the movies? This professor thinks so. “Spider-Man” just gets boring after a while.)
So, here is The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) ripped for two chief reasons:
1. It’s a reboot of a successful franchise.
2. Its name stinks.