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Spider-Man: Vengeance (2016)

Peter Parker/Spider-Man's suit becomes attached to an alien symbiote, which makes him tough and bulletproof. Romance blossoms with new girl, Mary Jane Watson. Peter's best friend, Harry, ... See full summary »




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Peter Parker/Spider-Man's suit becomes attached to an alien symbiote, which makes him tough and bulletproof. Romance blossoms with new girl, Mary Jane Watson. Peter's best friend, Harry, takes on his dead father's legacy by becoming The Green Goblin. The battle has never been more personal.

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Mark Ricci originally declined reprising his role, but then accepted because he wanted to show that he can do dramatic scenes. See more »


After the final battle between the Green Goblin and Spider-Man, Spidey picks up the goblin's knife and throws it to the side. The noise the knife makes is the sound of plastic hitting the ground, if it were metal; the noise would sound more "metallic" and realistic. See more »

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Alright, but could've been better.
29 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Before I start, I must disclaim something. For a fan film, this was really good. I could never do better. Im just gonna rank this is a FILM, not a fan film.

Spider-Man Vengeance is Six Side Studios' sequel to their fan film: Spider-Man: Balance Act, and takes a much darker tone compared to its predecessor. It brings new things to the table, as well as bringing back old aspects from an everyday Spidey film.

Lets start with the pros:

Mark Ricci, Kaleb Carmichael, and Cheryl De Luca are all amazing actors. The three brought a sense of professionalism to the film. Ricci brought the Spider-Man we all know and love, as well as a darker side to the character. Carmichael brought a serious, twisted, and horrifying touch to the Goblin, which made him a great villain. And De Luca brings the heart to the film, although she isn't in it as much as the others.

In some scenes, the tension was really building. Cameron Dodd directed this film in a way that most of the movie at the end of my seat.

Peter and Harry's chemistry in the film was awesome and believable. The two actors really made me believe that their characters were good friends. Especially in one specific scene where the two boys are hanging out and debating whats better; Star Wars or Star Trek.

Also, the music in the film was really good. Very professional.

And some shots in the movie were spectacular. Especially in the final scene of the film.

Now, the cons.

Besides the three I mentioned earlier, everyone else's acting kinda sucks. As an actor myself, I understand that sometimes, its difficult. Its just, it seems like not everyone cared.

The action was alright in some scenes, but it lacked that "awesome factor". Personally, I think it was the cameraman who didn't do enough for the acting. Matthew Vaughn is famous for his amazing action scenes, and one of the reasons they're so good is the camera movements. I feel like if the camera was more engaged in the action, it would be so much better.

Some scenes dragged on, and were quite boring. Some that come to mind are; Tim and Spidey scenes, Peter and MJ scenes, and one or two other smaller scenes.

Overall, its a 7/10 for me. Very good and enjoyable, but not perfect. Good job to everyone at Six Side Studios. I look forward to your future projects, and I hope you appreciate my review.

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