Popcorn On Couch is proud to present another edition of Mixed Reviews Monday, where we get your opinions and ratings on a movie with very different reviews. I asked you to vote between Hardcore Henry, The Amazing Spider-Man and Hail Caesar for our third Mixed Reviews Monday.
Which movie would you like to discuss for our 3rd #MixedReviewsMonday ?
— Popcorn On Couch (@popcornoncouch) 10 May 2016
Although it was close between The Amazing Spider-Man and Hail Caesar, The Amazing Spider-Man came out on top.
The Amazing Spider-Man Sony’s reboot to Spiderman (2004) directed by Sam Raimi. The amazing Spider-Man received good ratings from critics but mixed reviews from the fans. There were a lot of mixed reactions towards Andrew Garfield as the new face of Spider-Man, people believed he was good as Spider-Man but did not portray Peter Parker well. However his on screen chemistry with Emma Stone was stunning, which you can’t deny.
Here are the different opinions we have received from our wonderful twitter followers.
The “This reboot was good and Garfield was a great spider-man!” Reviews
@popcornoncouch 1 of my fav superhero films. Loved the new cast & the emotional moments packed punch. Garfield/Stone chemistry was great 5/5
— HCMovieReviews (@HCMovieReviews) 13 May 2016
— Jakob Lewis Barnes (@jumpcutjakob) 13 May 2016
@popcornoncouch pretty good reboot. Awful costume though. And bending the goal post scene was stupid af 7/10
— Lazy Sunday Movies (@lazysundaymovie) 14 May 2016
— Good Feeling Film (@OrdinaryFilm) 13 May 2016
The “This reboot sucked, lacked an interesting story and had an awful villain” Reviews
@popcornoncouch lazy Sony cash in, awful casting, writing, visuals and too many villains, costume was nice not much more! 2/10
— Movie Corner (@CrisMovieCorner) 15 May 2016
— Angus McGregor (@AngusMcGregor11) 15 May 2016
— Will Jordan (@TheJordan03) 15 May 2016
@popcornoncouch Spider-meh. Found Garfield a little annoying and Lizard Man was just dreadfully realised. Emma Stone was great as usual. 2/5
— Chris Murphy (@murphysbordom) 13 May 2016
— Sameer Alam (@Sameeralam94) 13 May 2016
— Mark (@SportCAction) 13 May 2016
@popcornoncouch Garfield is a decent Spidey but a terrible Peter Parker. The film is extremely bland & overlong w/ a boring villain. 2/5
— GROG (@GrogsMovieBlogs) 13 May 2016
@popcornoncouch this was going so well until the scene where the construction workers line up the cranes and then ASM becomes a game trailer
— Movie Hot Take (@moviehottake) 15 May 2016
@popcornoncouch I was on the set of The Amazing Spider-Man and Baby Celia stopped me from getting a photo with Martin Sheen. 2.5/5
— AB Film Review (@ABFilmReview) 13 May 2016
The “This Okay reboot was saved by Emma Stone, but still had many flaws” Reviews
@popcornoncouch visually good tho the lizard could have been better Spidey was good, Stone kinda saved it for me (we needed more of her) 3🌟
— Superminada (@Superminada) 13 May 2016
— Eric Jones (@deacon05oc) 13 May 2016
@popcornoncouch I like Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man, great chemistry with Emma Stone. Some fun scenes, but a forgettable villain. 3/5
— Shawn Smith (@ShawnSmith_118) 13 May 2016
We received various reviews on The Amazing Spider-Man majority were negative, most of our followers thought the villain was terrible, the story was bland and that Garfield wasn’t a good Peter Parker. Whereas some really enjoyed the movie and thought Garfield was a great Spider-Man. The best part of the movie was Emma Stone and her chemistry with Andrew Garfield.
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