Spider-Man Crane Swinging Scene – The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Movie CLIP HD

Spider-Man Crane Swinging Scene – The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Movie CLIP HD [1080p]

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28 thoughts on “Spider-Man Crane Swinging Scene – The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) Movie CLIP HD

  1. He was a good spider man but he wasnt a good Peter, he was like a geek Peter who every girl would like to date. Tobey's Peter was the real comic Peter. Also Tom Holland is far far away from comics, like come on Spider Man isnt a spoiled by Tony Stark kid. He barely knows Tony in the comics

  2. Andrew deserved an entire trilogy as good as this scene.

    That bit with the construction towers and the NYPD all lining up to help Spidey in his hour of need…more meaningful than Far From Home.

  3. I know a lot of people hate the suit, but I think it's a bit more realistic from the bright colors as here, Spidey is more of a vigilante at the start and moves into being a hero at the end and thats why he has a brighter suit in TASM 2

  4. Βest Spiderman ever…BUT I disagree with HOW they presented us Peter Parker. I wanted a anti social nerd with glasses with books and experiments…and without a skateboard!!!!!!

  5. still to this day one of the cool web swinging moments in spiderman i wonder what would happen if they kept the same style they did in this movie and put it into the tasm2

  6. This is quite simply the best Spidey movie franchise out there. The Tom holland shit is juvenile and bullshit. I still hope the franchise gets picked back up.

  7. Unpopular opinion:
    Andrew Garfield was a better Spiderman than Tom Holland. Captured that loner spirit better. And he was hilarious

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