It's been two years since Peter Parker transformed into Spider-Man, and he is still trying to balance life perfectly: The girl he loves (Mary Jane) is engaged to someone else. His grades are slipping and the newspaper Daily Bugle is attacking him viciously, claiming that Spider-Man is a criminal. His friendship with Harry Osborn is at risk, as the young Harry is frustrated with Spider-Man getting away with his father's death. And if this wasn't enough for the superhero, a new enemy is in town. Dr. Otto Octavius is involved in a freak scientific accident and becomes the dangerous Doctor Octopus, Dok Ock. Peter guesses it might just be time for Spider-Man to return, but would he act upon it?
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Hello, Movie Buffs!
In Spider- Man (2002), Director Sam Raimi proved that he could take a comic book story and translate it reasonably to the screen. In Spider-Man 2 (2017) Raimi proves that he can make a highly original story and at the same time make it entertaining. Spider-Man 2 transcends beyond the boundaries of the fist installment by taking premises from the Spider-Man (2002) and making improvements; a richly character-driven movie with a very conflicted hero. For the first time, audiences get to see the emotion behind the facade of our beloved web-slinging hero as Spider-Man 2 plunges into a world of shadows and off colors. This rarely happens with sequels, much less do they surpass the original installment – Terminator 2 and Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back are part of those few exceptions – and focuses on a broader audience.