Release Date
June 30, 2004
Director
Sam Raimi
Screenplay
Alvin Sargent
Alfred Gough (Story By)
Miles Millar (Story By)
Michael Chabon (Story By)
Based On The Comic Books By
Stan Lee
Steve Ditko
Distributed By
Columbia Pictures
Budget
$200 million
Action, Adventure, Science Fiction
Rated PG-13 for stylized action violence
127 minutes

Spider-Man 2

One of the best superhero films of all-time, Spider-Man 2 develops such a strong emotional rapport, it is hard to not to become engrossed in the world. With the struggle between being a superhero and a regular guy highlighted perfectly, the inner struggles match the exquisite outer struggles in the form of the brilliant Alfred Molina in the role of his career, as Doc Ock. With three epic battles that rival any superhero film to-date, a strong, endearing love story, and a masterful soundtrack filled with original songs from popular artists like Dashboard Confessional, Yellowcard, and Train, Spider-Man 2 is not only one of my favorite superhero films, but one of my favorite films of all-time.

 

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