Spider Man 2 Rise Of Electro Inhaltsverzeichnis
Mit dem Schulabschluss in der Tasche könnte sich Peter Parker alias Spider-Man um seinen Job als Verbrechensbekämpfer und die Liebe zu Gwen kümmern. Doch dann taucht ein Jugendfreund Peters auf, ein Osborn-Erbe, der von dunklen Mächten getrieben. The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro. aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie. Zur Navigation springen Zur Suche springen. Filmdaten. Deutscher. jonkoping-filmfestival.se - Kaufen Sie The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen. The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise of Electro [dt./OV]. ()2h 21minX-Ray12. Peter Parker hat sich mittlerweile nicht nur mit seiner Heldenrolle als. Entdecke die Filmstarts Kritik zu "The Amazing Spider-Man 2: Rise Of Electro" von Marc Webb: Die Kritik zu „The Amazing Spider-Man“ haben wir mit den.
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A later scene has a news report stating that the man had died. The scenes in which Matt Dillon is electrocuted in a tank of scary electric eels and transforms into Electro are very disturbing.
Electro is a scary and unreal-looking character. His eyes look artificial and electrical charges pulse through his body.
When Harry is injected with radioactive spider venom, he starts to convulse. The veins in his skin rise to the surface and turn black all over his body.
He rips off his top as though his skin is burning, and the muscles in his shoulders and back distort and spasm.
His face and eyes take on a manic goblin-like appearance. His teeth seem too large for his mouth and his hair becomes wild and unruly.
From Children in this age group will also be disturbed by the violent and scary scenes mentioned above. Over 13 Younger children in this age group might also be disturbed by some of the scenes mentioned above.
For example: A young man says that his father sent him a bottle of scotch for his 16th birthday. In a couple of scene a young man pours himself whiskey and drinks.
In one of the scenes, he drinks two glasses of alcohol quickly and seems drunk. He throws his empty glass against a wall, smashing the glass and cutting his cheek.
Harry is injected with spider venom and becomes Green Goblin. Several scenes show Peter kissing Gwen on the lips and the two hugging each other passionately.
These are the main messages from this movie: Life is valuable because it is limited. Everyone has a part of themselves that they keep hidden from others.
We have to hold on to hope and fight for what matters. Elsewhere, Electro explains to his accomplices his master plan: to use the Bio-Nexus Device, which can amplify one's bio-energy to power a city block and whose pieces they have been stealing until now, to amplify his own powers and become a god.
However, the device is missing its power source, so Electro sends Hammerhead and his goons to go to the ball and kidnap the device's creator, Dr.
Watts, who might know where it is. At the ball, Spider-Man defeats Hammerhead and his goons and saves several hostages, but Dr.
Watts is kidnapped by Sandman. Looking for more information on Dr. Watts and why the villains could have wanted to capture her, Spider-Man calls Dr.
Curt Connors , who is a colleague of hers at BioTech, but to no avail. He then decides to infiltrate the BioTech headquarters and makes his way to Connors' lab, only to find that he transformed into his dangerous alter-ego: the Lizard.
After being restored back to normal, Connors reveals Elector's plan to Spider-Man and suggests he goes look for more information on the Bio-Nexus Device at Dr.
Watts' lab. At the lab Spider-Man learns that the device's power source is a sapphire, before being attacked by Sandman.
After defeating Sandman by flushing him down a sewer grate, Spider-Man learns that the sapphire is on display at the museum from a newspaper, at the same time as Electro does, after one of his goons brings him the same news article.
Electro beats Spider-Man to the museum, but is ultimately defeated by him inside the planetarium. However, as he is still holding Dr.
Watts hostage, Electro decides to use this to his advantage and threatens to kill her unless Spider-Man gives him the sapphire.
After a failed attempt to trick Electro, Spider-Man saves Dr. Watts, but loses the sapphire, which falls into Elector's hands. The Bio-Nexus Device complete, he uses it to supercharge himself into "Hyper-Electro", an all-powerful being made of pure electrical energy, and flies away in a bolt of lighting.
Spider-Man follows him to the top of a tower where, unable to directly attack him, instead uses the tower's generators to overload the Bio-Nexus Device, destroying it and ending Electro's power play for good.
In prison, Electro sits in his cell moaning over his defeat, while Hammerhead and Shocker ignore him and play poker. In a nearby cell, the villains from the previous game are still locked up, and Shocker attempts to ask them if they know how to play Go Fish.
By completing certain in-game goals, new costumes can be unlocked for Spider-Man. Many of them have special powers to alter the game experience.
Included are all the costumes from the first game, with the same abilities, as well as several new outfits.
A new option called "Create-A-Spider" mode allows the player to apply up to three in-game powers to any unlocked costume.
The game powers include enhanced strength, unlimited webbing and invincibility. Two additional costumes designed by comicbook artist Alex Ross were also featured in the game, one of which was a prototype costume design for the Spider-Man movie, which was set to release the following year in One major difference between this sequel and the first game is the ability to play on ground levels.
In the first game's outdoor levels, if Spider-Man swung too low below designated rooftops, he would fall into yellow mist that dominated most of the game's levels and die.
This game, however, presented levels based in limited city streets. They were confined grids rather than a free-roam environment.
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The Spider-Man film franchise is one of our studio's greatest assets. We believe that Marc, Alex, and Drew have uniquely exciting visions for how to expand the Spider-Man universe in each of these upcoming films.
This project had the highest level of detail incorporated into digital environments that we'd ever done. The human characters were finished to a very high degree.
We had to do a very realistic version of Emma Stone. Spider-Man and Gwen are involved in stunts that would have been very dangerous if real.
Main article: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 soundtrack. It's a big day here at Sony. Kevin [Feige] , Amy [Pascal] and their teams have done an incredible job.
The Marvel process is very thorough, and that's why their results are so outstanding. I'm confident Spider-Man will be no exception.
I've worked with a number of up-and-coming directors who have gone on to be superstars and believe that Jon [Watts] is just such an outstanding talent.
For Spidey himself, we saw many terrific young actors, but Tom [Holland] 's screen tests were special.
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Being the "nobody" that Dillon was, he was thrilled to have been acknowledged by somebody, let alone the very famous Spider-Man. As Spider-Man leaves, Dillon starts to believe that he is the hero's friend.
He goes mad with "love" for Spider-Man and obsesses over him, sticking pictures of him all over his bedroom wall. After he finds out that hardly anyone has remembered his birthday and his ideas for a new power grid were stolen by his colleagues at Oscorp, Max is forced by Alistair Smythe to fix an electrical problem in one of Oscorp's genetics labs.
A cable has come loose in a vent. Max climbs into the vent and attempts to reconnect the cable, but he is unable to stop the electrical current going into it and it malfunctions in his hands.
He looses his balance and falls into a large tank of electric eels being used for experiments. They sting him multiple times until the tank shatters.
Max awakens in a morgue. Donning a black hoodie, he escapes and makes his way to Times Square, where he accidentally causes a scene whilst trying to charge up himself with a power cable.
Spider-Man arrives but doesn't remember Max's name. Angered that his hero forgot his name, things get worse for Max when he is fired at by the police after Spider-Man assured him that he would not be shot at.
Feeling betrayed and lied to by his hero, Max destroys Times Square in anger with his newfound electrical powers.
Luckily, his reign of terror is stopped by Spider-Man and the fire department. Max, now naming himself Electro, is sent to Ravencroft Institute where he is placed in a large harness that contains his energy.
He is soon broken out by Harry Osborn who forms an alliance with the man to kill Spider-Man. After Electro helps Harry in taking Donald Menken hostage, Harry allows Electro to take control of the power grid as he's responsible for its design as agreed.
After a lengthy battle, Spider-Man, with the help of Gwen Stacy , defeats Electro by overloading his power supply, causing the villain to vanish into thin air and explode.
Max first appeared when he was taken hostage by the Shocker 's Men until Spider-Man rescued him and says that Max is his eyes and ears and he helps Spider-Man stop the Shocker and his men along with the Russian Gang.
At some point, Max ended up having an accident that transformed him into Electro.