Marc Webb

"He’s projecting. He’s not listening,” the actor said of his character, Tom Hansen.
When Sony's "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" premiered in May, the resounding reception focused on the movie's bloated plot lines
This post contains major spoilers about "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." "In a weird, terrifying and ironic way, Andrew, Emma
To be perfectly blunt about it, big studio blockbuster releases typically don't fail as spectacularly as The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
It feels at times like two separate movies awkwardly scotch-taped together, which has me a bit worried about Sony's big mega-franchise plans. But as far as this entry goes, despite its flaws, I left the theater feeling satisfied. Not amazed, but satisfied.
Yes, yes, I know -- spidermanspidermanspidermanspiderman. I'll get to it. But my favorite movies of the week, as usual, are the small ones. Let's start with Amma Asante's Belle, a Jane Austen-ish film based on a true story.
If you like Spider-Man, drama, nasty villains, New York City and spectacular special effects wound around a touching love story then don't miss this early-summer blockbuster film.
"I think it will be on the record," Webb said of what will likely become your new favorite Spider-Man melody. "It was a different
Peter Parker must be a fan of "Almost Famous." Or maybe it's director Marc Webb. Either way, the final trailer for Sony's
Spider-Man swung through New York City on Tuesday, with fresh footage from the forthcoming comic-book sequel broadcast on