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oh god i’m so bad at these things but okay, here goes.
- i’ve had this blog for close to four years now
- i saw sienna miller, tom sturridge, chris rock, and rosario dawson in nyc this summer!
- i am convinced that 95% of my life problems would magically disappear if i got a corgi
- i am currently madly in love with trash oppa from reply 1994
- i used to think my ideal type is ted mosby, and then i realized i am ted mosby
when you ship a ship so hard you don’t even care about the smut; you just want a billion page book about their entire lives beginning to end and how their lives are intertwined with one another’s and how beautiful their love is
The most embarrassing movie you will ever see.
I also have absurd amounts of love for The Amazing Spider Man. What was your favorite moment in the first movie, and what prospect excites you the most for the next one?
Oh man, I don’t even know where to begin. I had so many moments in the movie that I loved dearly, like literally all the Gwen and Peter scenes, and Spider-man being hilariously sarcastic when fighting crimes, and just Andrew Garfield being an awkward hipster kid in general! But okay, if I had to pick just one, I would pick the scene where Peter fights with Uncle Ben (THE fight) after forgetting to pick Aunt May up. It’s such a brutally tragic scene when you consider what happens during and immediately after their fight. First, Peter practically negates all that Uncle Ben has done for him as a father figure in his life and storms out of the house without apologizing. Then, Uncle Ben gets killed when he is out and about looking for Peter. Oof. That’s a heavy burden to walk around with for the rest of your life. And the scene was beautifully played by both actors.
For the next movie, I’m excited to see how they continue developing the relationship between Gwen and Peter! They have a whole lot of unresolved issues to deal with (dead father’s last wish, hello!), and they also need to start building towards uhum, that one thing that happens, that one big thing that I won’t spell out here just in case any body is still in the dark.
I thought the relationship between Gwen and Peter was one of the strongest things about the first movie, so I hope that transfers over to the sequel as well. I also hope they develop Gwen independent of Peter, at least in some capacity, so you know when that thing happens, it’s that much more gut wrenching.
Edit: I can’t believe I forgot to mention this, but I’m also insanely excited to see Dane Dehaan as Harry Osborn. You can tell from the trailer already that his take on the character is going to be a complete departure from James Franco’s. He’s a very raw and powerful actor like Andrew, so it’ll be interesting to see how they play off of each other.
*comes to meet you at Starbucks 15 minutes late with Starbucks from another location*
Soon everyone in the city will know how it feels to live in a world without power, without mercy… without Spider-man
soon everyone in this city will know how it feels to live in a world without power, without mercy, without spider-man.