The Amazing Spider-Man – Taking Down the Car Thief Scene (3/10) | Movieclips

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Spider-Man (Andrew Garfield) reprimands a car thief (Keith Campbell), but receives no thanks from the NYPD.

Typical teenager Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) embraces his incredible destiny after uncovering one of his father’s most carefully guarded secrets as Columbia Pictures reboots the Spider-Man franchise with the help of director Mark Webb ((500) Days of Summer) and screenwriter James Vanderbilt (Zodiac). Sally Field, Rhys Ifans, Denis Leary, Martin Sheen, and Emma Stone co-star.

TM & © Sony (2012)
Cast: Andrew Garfield, Keith Campbell
Director: Marc Webb
Producers: Avi Arad, Michael Grillo, Kyla Kraman, Stan Lee, Matthew Tolmach, Laura Ziskin, Kevin Feige
Screenwriters: Alvin Sargent, Steve Kloves, Steve Ditko, Stan Lee, James Vanderbilt

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22 thoughts on “The Amazing Spider-Man – Taking Down the Car Thief Scene (3/10) | Movieclips

  1. In my OPINION, i didn't like this scene because spidey came off as a douche, and was prob gonna kill that man if he was uncle Ben's murderer

  2. Not to sound like a Tobey fanboy (I also like Tom Holland’s Spidey), but even though the ASM double films aren’t my cup of tea, I like this scene only because I can imagine SPIDER-GWEN doing something like this. Y’know, in her early career, when she was more into the thrills, adventure, and Internet fame of being a superhero than actually doing the right thing (this is before the “Great Responsibility” aspect was planted in her brain, and before the “Uncle Ben”-esque tragedy that befell Peter).

    This scene would play out for her point-by-point, including her joking around with the car thief instead of just leaving him for the cops, but the difference is, Andrew’s Spidey in this scene is motivated by vengeance for the death of his uncle, while Spider-Gwen (as a cruel joke) would scare the thief by threatening to “leave her eggs in [his] insides, and her ‘millions’ of ‘babies’ would burst through [his] body”, which ends up making the thief faint. Of course, she notes that she took the joke a bit too far. Then she slaps him awake and snarkingly asks him for a pen so she can leave her “Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Woman” note. Then from there, the whole “snarking at the cops” scenario would play out almost exactly the same.

    So what do you think, sounds good, right? Very comic-accurate to Spider-Gwen’s early career. Of course, I don’t see Miles doing this since he’s too nice of a character to do something as cruelly teasing as Andrew’s Spidey or Spider-Gwen, which is why I chose her than Miles.

  3. Bruh I remember watching this as a kid and this scene made me dislike Spider-man back then. I felt bad for the criminal lmao.

  4. In 1:05 and 1:14 the wording of this scene were changed because of the “The Amazing Spider-Man sneak peek teaser that came with The Amazing Spider-Man comic where he fought the lizard and the lizard ate his son.” I remember I got this teaser in Walmart when the movie was announced. At that time, I was 10 years old and I was really excited to see this teaser because I saw Spider-Man 3 in theaters when I was 5, the second one at the age of 3, and the first one at 1. and it was awesome seeing this trailer because ofc it was Spider-Man. Anyways, back to this scene: I remembered this a sneak peak trailer showed this scene and at 1:05 Spider-Man said, “Look out!” Instead of, “CROOOOTCH!” Then at 1:14 it wasn’t “IT’S SMALL KNIVES.” it was , “NO NOT A KNIFE, ANYTHING BUT KNIVES!” which imo they should’ve left these words alone instead the one we have now. It’s a small little detail from the teaser comparing to this scene. Also, the teaser included the teaser trailer for The Amazing Spider-Man Game.” Which was really cool. Still to this day, I still have the teaser trailer disc and comic

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