They were Flawed But Shouldn’t be Written Off.

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Photo Credit: Sony Pictures/Columbia Pictures/Marvel Entertainment

If rumors are to be trusted, it seems that we are very close to getting something that just a few years ago wouldn’t have even qualified as a pipe dream, a live-action Spider-verse movie. It seems that Spider-Man 3, starring Tom Holland, could unite the three live-action, cinematic Spider-Men. (Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland)

For Spider-Man fans, that would be nothing short of a dream come true. But before that happens, I believe we are long overdue for a reappraisal of the Amazing Spider-Man films, starring Andrew Garfield.

What happens Now?

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Photo Credit: Melinda Sue Gordon

It has been a strange year; there’s no way around it. Like just about everything else, the movie industry has been brought to a grinding halt. Movie theaters nationwide closed in March and haven’t been functioning at anything resembling full capacity since then. It’s hard to say if the industry will ever recover. During this time of uncertainty, there seemed to be one constant; Tenet. Christopher Nolan’s latest big-budget spectacle became the industry’s great hope. For a while, it seemed like everyone had all their hopes pinned to this movie.

While other studios pushed their releases into 2021 or canceled theatrical runs altogether, opting instead for digital releases, Tenet held steady and was going to revive the industry. It was going to prove that people would show up as long as there were movies in theaters. More importantly, it would convince other studios that it was safe to release their films. …


Felix Quiñonez Jr.

Movies. TV. Comics. Video Games. Writer. Illustrator. Editor

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