I hope to remember to say this the next time someone asks me.
The sarchasm of Andrew Garfield’s Spiderman really ruined this film for me.
First of all, it’s sarcasm not sarchasm. Secondly, you must not really know that Spider-Man is, indeed, a sarcastic-smart ass in the comic books. He’s not just some nerdy teenager/adult like in the first three movies, he’s a nerdy sarcastic asshole. If you read any of the comic books or played any Marvel game where Spider-Man was a character in the game, you would understand how Spider-Man truly is.
One time he convinced a villain he could summon spiders
tell me that’s not the evilest shit
Spider-Man u lil fuck trumpet I love u
Seriously?! Spider-Man is a smart ass! Always has been! I wrote a meta on this scene awhile back to explain just WHY his snark is so perfect in this film! Andrew Garfield’s delivery was wonderful!
I PERSONALLY enjoyed the film and look forward to the next. And yes, I agree with the above rebuttals of the ignorance of that original text BUT a legitimate complaint with the character delivery was not an in-suit one. He WAS AMAZING (hehe) as Spiderman, BUT out of suit, I feel the carry over was too strong. Parker was not the bombastic persona behind the mask, he was quieter, more observant. It was a good separation that would have helped him protect his identity from the casual eye. In the movie, it’s much too much the same. But again, I enjoyed the film.
The Kiss by Tim Bruckner
I am not a fan of Superman, but this is beautiful.
Created by Vincent Vernacatola
Tattoo by Pablo Jara, owner of Level Up Tattoo Studio in Great Falls, Montana.