Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Many Things Missing From The Amazing Spider-Man Final Cut - Comic Book Movie

What happened to all of these scenes? This would have been the part where
Connors said "if you want the truth about your parents Peter, come and get it.". Spider-Man and The Lizard would have undoubtedly fought at this part, but for some reason it was cut, This seems like a HUGE scene to cut out. Perhaps this scene was the death of Dr. Ratha and it was decided to keep him alive so they had no choice but to cut the scene out, although it would have had to change the story moderately.

Remember this from the trailer? Well it was replaced with Peter surprising Connors with the decay rate algorithm on a small scrapbook rather than a huge blackboard. My guess is that the scene contained too much dialogue about Peter's parents that SONY probably decided to save for the sequel(s). Dr. Ratha also whispered to Peter "Do you think what happened to you, Peter, was an accident?" and maybe that somehow tied into the scene as well.

Although it was mentioned in the movie, the scene with the intimidating doorman was cut out.

One of the most astonishing parts of the movie cut out was Connors son. His son was cast for the movie, and "the villains wife" was cast as well, and most people speculated that it would be Dr. Ratha's wife, but I wouldn't be surprised if it was Connor's. How could they cut out every clip of his family and not even mention them?

For some different views on the movie's missing scenes you can click on the link. Again, I very much enjoyed The Amazing Spider-Man, but i feel that if it was more organized, it would be a 10/10 and in my personal opinion would have been my all time favorite super hero movie rather than my second. I am very surprised that the movie was as enjoyable as it was with all of these scenes cut out and the story going through as many major changes as it seemed to go through. Leave your thoughts in the comments below, for I would love to know what you guys think!

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