Hero in Crisis (2004)

Not Rated   |  Video   |    |  Documentary, Short


A featurette exploring the personal hardships of Peter Parker and the burden of being Spider-Man. Available on Disc 2 of the "Spider-Man 2" 2-Disc Special Edition DVD.


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8 August 2009 | TBJCSKCNRRQTreviews
7
| Reasonable
This is one of three featurettes on the Special Edition DVD of Spider-Man 2, dealing with the film. It consists of interviews, comic panels and clips from both movies. This goes into the character's conflict between his life and the obligations that his crime-fighting alter-ego bring about, what he has to give up to continue to don the costume, and his freedom of choice, can he truly stop being a hero. The people interviewed all have something to say, and this is interesting and fairly informative for not being more than fifteen minutes, or about fourteen sans credits. Also, the pacing isn't bad at all. This is well-edited, and doesn't overstay its welcome. There is genuine insight into Peter Parker and Spider-Man, the motivation that drives him. Lee is always awesome to hear talk about his work, proud without being arrogant, and casual, the type you can imagine being a cool friend or family member. There is no objectionable material in this. If you want to know more about what thoughts went into this part of the second flick, this is for you. I recommend it to anyone who belongs in that group. 7/10

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