Director Marc Webb and The Amazing Spider-Man screenwriters have more than done justice to the Spider-Man legend; in fact, they may have improved it exponentially.
Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU)
The Avengers is an extremely entertaining summer movie comparable to Serenity, X-men, or J.J. Abram’s Star Trek.
The final piece of the Avengers prequel movies is Captain America: The First Avenger. It’s packed with non-stop action and effects that truly create a superhero.
The action may not be as often or bold as the original Iron Man, but Iron Man 2 offers up more about Tony Stark the man and introduces Black Widow.
X-Men Origins: Wolverine not only delivers a wide array of special effects and action but it has a solid story that will please the viewer who is looking for a greater amount of satisfaction; not just another comic book based movie. It carefully blends a story of sibling rivalry, romantic entanglements, and vengeance that offers a variety of viewers something to grasp onto while watching. It also has a decent amount of humor when you least expect it that is a welcome relief from the highly serious and dramatic storyline.