The Amazing Spider-Man 2
April 1, 2020
(The Channel Awesome logo is displayed. Then we cold-open on a shot of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 poster)
Announcer (Malcolm): The review for the worst Spider-Man movie ever made...has been cancelled. (The word "CANCELLED" appears on the screen in red) I'm sure you understand. (The image fades to black) Please enjoy this replacement as your feature presentation.
(To the opening theme for The Room, we are treated to a shot of the Golden Gate Bridge. Then the screen cuts to black as the title The Room is displayed, followed by the phrase "Now on DVD". Suddenly, the camera pulls away from the screen, revealing that it's on a spaceship, a la Toonami. Then we cut to TOM, the Toonami host, sitting in his seat)
TOM (voiced by Malcolm): Oh, hi, NC fans. We got the results of the test back. You definitely have April Fools. While a few things will be different for the time being, it's business as usual with a new Nostalgia Critic every week. So, sit back, relax, and enjoy the end of Spider-Month. I love this job.
(The "Spider-Month" title is displayed on one of T.O.M.'s screens. Then the Spider-Month title sequence plays, set, as always, to the tune of the old Spider-Man cartoon show of the '60s)
NC (vo; singing):
- ♫ Thank God we're done with Spider-Month ♫
- ♫ Doing this song has really sucked ass ♫
- ♫ Did we ever rhyme it once? ♫
- ♫ Nope, just own it, and be a dunce ♫
(A shot of Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian is shown before cutting back to NC in the Spider-Man costume)
- ♫ Oh, fuck! Let's never do this agaaaain! ♫
(The word "Spider-Month" is displayed, ending the title sequence)
NC: Hello, I'm the Nostalgia Critic. I remember it so–
(Suddenly, the image freezes and distorts. The wall turns a different shade of color (more yellowish))
NC: The hell just happened?!
(Cut through static to Doctor "Olivia Octavius" Octopus (played by Tamara), who takes off her goggles and cackles)
Doc Ock: I've done it!
NC: Doc Ock?
Doc Ock: I've crossed dimensions to finally get my revenge on Spider-Man!
NC: Well...that's not cool. You messed up my location! (gestures to wall behind him with thumb) Do you know how crazy people get if that backdrop changes?!
Doc Ock: Silence!
NC: (hanging head) Okay...
Doc Ock: According to my calculations, Spider-Man should be in the corner of your office right...now.
(NC looks over toward the corner of his office, only to find nothing)
NC: Ha! Wrong there, Doc Schlock!
Doc Ock: Oh, wait, he's just a hint over.
(NC again looks over toward the corner of his office. This time, Spider-Man presumably played by Rob Walker is in fact sitting there)
NC: Oh, yeah, that checks out.
Doc Ock: Perfect! Torture him with all your might!
NC: Dude! I'm not doing that! I've a review to film and get in the way!
Doc Ock: Yeah! Just do your review exactly as planned!
NC: (confused) What? Wh-Why would that torture him?
Doc Ock: Because I can never capture the actual Spider-Man, so I just made a humanized version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
NC: (even more confused) What? He's the humanized version of Amazing Spider-Man 2?
Spider-Man: (Malcolm, presumably) We're gonna have so many sequels, this will be the best start to a cinematic universe yet.
NC: Oh, now I get it. Hats off, this is very evil.
Doc Ock: I know. Just review the film normally, and I'll finally have my revenge on Spider-Man.
NC: You mean the humanized version of The Amazing Spider-Man 2?
Doc Ock: That's fifteen syllables. Spi...der...Man... That's three. So much easier.
NC: I didn't think of it that way. I'm sorry.
Doc Ock: I accept your apology.
NC: After that, (gestures toward wall behind him with thumb) can you put my universe back the way it was?
Doc Ock: (cackles) We'll see what happens.
NC: Oh, right, we'll (makes "finger quotes") "see what happens".
(Doc Ock's screen cuts off through static)
Spider-Man: So I'm a big hit, right? Everybody loves me?
NC: Sit down.
Spider-Man: I am sitting down.
NC: Sit down in a more depressing way. (Spider-Man puts his hand to his cheek) That'll do.
(The title for the movie is shown, followed by snippets of it)
NC (vo): After the respectable success of Amazing Spider-Man, it seemed like Sony had a reboot that could possibly get some traction. So, what did they do? (Shots of titles of movie universes are superimposed: Dark Universe, Ghost Corps, DC Universe) What every idiot studio at the time did: they tried creating a cinematic universe! 2014's Amazing Spider-Man 2 was supposed to be the start of several spin-off movies, as well as at least two more sequels. This meant they didn't need those pesky writers who combined social stress and psychological pain with epically fantastic elements. That's not what Spider-Man is, stupid! No, no, bring in the dicks who did (Shots of the following appears off to the side...) the Transformer films, Legend of Zorro, and nailed their own cinematic universe with The Mummy! And let me tell ya, this feels like a script from the dicks who did the Transformer films, The Legend of Zorro, and Dark Universe's part one of one! While Spider-Man 3 certainly did a lot of wrong, it at least felt contained in the same universe as the other two. This one feels like five different styles from five different movies, and none of them I want to see have a cinematic universe. So, how could a more gritty and down-to-earth Spider-Man go to the only Spider-Man movie to get (An image of this movie's score on Rotten Tomatoes is displayed: 51%) a "rotten" score on Rotten Tomatoes?
Spider-Man: (to NC, clutching at his own head) The only one to get a "rotten" score?
NC: Yeah, but that's just from people who like movies.
Spider-Man: That doesn't help.
NC: Okay, it's from people who hate movies.
Spider-Man: That's somehow worse.
NC: Okay, just shut up, do as I say, and we'll get through this, all right?
Spider-Man: Hey, that's what we were told everyday on set.
NC: (looking back into camera) Let's wrap up Spider-Month with The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
NC (vo): The film opens with Peter's parents leaving him with his aunt and uncle after their house is broken into.
NC: (looking at his script) Oh, sorry, that was the first movie. Let me try this again. (clears throat)
NC (vo): The film opens with Peter's parents leaving him with his aunt and uncle after their house is broken into.
NC: (scratching neck) Yeah, we kind of already know this. Next, you're gonna remind us that they died in a plane crash.
(They do indeed, as when Richard and Mary Parker (Campbell Scott and Embeth Davidtz) are on their way home in a private jet, an assassin hijacks the plane and tries to kill them. They fight him off, only, in the struggle, for the plane to crash and kill them)
NC: You have 80 million subplots in this; we don't need a...
(As the scene replays, the Spider-Man cartoon title is shown in the corner)
NC (vo; announcer voice): ..."Previously on Spider-Man..."! (normal) I mean, didn't it go without saying that they were murdered and didn't die in an accident?
NC: Although, given their response time, maybe it was just incompetence.
Richard: (to Mary) We'll be all right, okay? Will you listen to me?
(Suddenly, he is attacked from behind by the hijacker)
NC (vo; as Richard): Nice warning, honey. A "Behind you!" would have been nice.
(As they struggle over the computer containing a video message about the Parkers' disappearance, the assailant loses his grip on the computer and flies out of the plane to his doom. Then, as the plane continues plummeting out of control, Richard turns on the computer and uploads the video)
NC (vo; as Richard): Ha-ha, too late! The shitty script's uploaded! They're gonna make a movie out of this turd!
(There is one last shot of the plummeting plane)
NC (vo): After that wasted seven minutes, which doesn't sound too bad, but trust me, you'll wish they used it more wisely, we see Spider-Man, played again by Andrew Garfield, giving some pretty kick-ass swinging scenes.
(As he swings through the city (from an unusual upward shot up his stomach for some reason), Spider-Man whoops with delight)
NC: I'm glad we finally hold on those shots long enough, as it's the closest I've ever felt in any of these movies to feeling like I'm swinging in the air.
NC (vo): They're really well done and deserve a lot of attention. The film also appears to be more colorful and lively compared to the last one, with a new, good-looking spider suit, plenty of bright imagery, and a pretty fun action sequence stopping the Rhino, played by a completely wasted Paul Giamatti...
NC: (shaking head) No, not just underutilized, (makes a drinking motion) I think he was legit wasted!
(A montage of Rhino's scenes is shown)
Rhino: Say hello to Aleksei Sytsevich! / (covered in spider webs) This is not end, Spider! / I AM THE RHINO! / HAHAHAHAHAHA!
(Cut to a brief clip of Sideways)
Miles Raymond (Giamatti): There was a tasting last night, yes.
(Cut back to Amazing Spider-Man 2)
NC (vo): ...who's robbing precious cargo.
Spider-Man: (clinging to the truck door and peering in through the window) Hey, my name is Spider-Man. You can call me "Web-Head", you can call me "Amazing".
(The Rhino tries to punch Spider-Man, who dodges out of the way, then hangs his head down in front of the window again, upside-down this time, to continue)
Spider-Man: Not a taker?
NC: (shrugs) While this is a legit funny moment, let's cut to all the lives he could have saved...
NC (vo): ...if he wasn't doing his "Comedy Store" routine.
(The number 1 appears in the corner as the truck crashes through several parked cars down the street. The number rapidly climbs with each crash, ending in a police car pile-up as the number reaches 14, after the words "FUCK IT!!!")
NC (vo): One-liners are fine, but save people first!
(Amid the people running around, one man, Max Dillon (played by Jamie Foxx), stands in the middle of the street, looking confused as he holds rolls of blueprints under his arm)
Spider-Man: (swinging in) Heads up, watch out!
(He pulls Max out of harm's way, but he accidentally drops his plans in the process)
NC (vo): Eh, not that one.
NC: You can put him back.
Spider-Man: (giving Max the once-over) You all right?
Max: (hushed) You're Spider-Man.
NC (vo): This is Max Dillon, played by Jamie Foxx. He's a nobody. I'm aware of this because he verbally clarifies he's a nobody.
Max: I'm a nobody.
Spider-Man: You're a somebody.
NC: Well, that villain's set up; let's go to another subplot...
NC (vo): Disappointing ghost memes!
(As Spider-Man clings to the bumper of a police car while talking on a cell phone, this car is being passed by another police car. One of the policemen in this car, who looks like George Stacy, played by Denis Leary, looks out and stares at Spider-Man, who stares back. The following words appear around this policeman: "DISAPPROVING LEARY – APPROVES OF TOM HOLLAND". Then we cut to Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) at her high school graduation. She is discreetly trying to call Peter on her cell phone)
NC (vo): That's not the only distraction. We have Gwen Stacy, played again by Emma Stone, in the strange montage, giving a graduation speech about bad foreshadowing.
(As Spider-Man battles the Rhino in the truck, we hear Gwen's graduation speech in the background)
Gwen: I know we all think that we're immortal. What makes life valuable is that it ends. So don't waste it living someone else's life.
NC: (as Gwen) I guess what I'm saying is, (points off-screen) that burial site over there looks really nice. Back to me being alive...
Gwen: 'Cause even if we fall short...
(A shot of the movie later on is shown)
NC (vo): Act two soon...
Gwen: ...what better way is there to live?
NC (vo): Spider-Man stops the Rhino or...whatever he's doing to him here.
(Spider-Man is webbing up Rhino's arms so he can't move them and shoots a web at his pants, dropping them, revealing his boxers underneath)
Rhino: (struggling to break free) This is not end!
NC: You know...
(The Rhino is shown again, along with an image of the Joker. The Rhino's gnashing teeth is placed on the Joker image upside-down, making a sinister grin)
NC (vo): ...his frown flipped is a perfect Joker smile.
NC: All joy will dim when he leaves acting.
(Peter, in his gown and graduation cap, runs out into the ceremony on the stage with Gwen)
NC (vo): And he makes it just in time for graduation. Aunt May, played again by Sally Field, congratulates Peter, but the guy known for giving long-winded rants has kept silent again with his disapproving look.
(George Stacy is shown again, along with the message: "I MISSED HACKSAW RIDGE ON PURPOSE". Peter looks back at him suspiciously)
NC: I feel like every look Garfield gives in this movie...
NC (vo): ...is his first reaction to (The man is shown, but with Tobey Maguire's head edited on) a Tobey Maguire meme.
NC: Okay, I promise that's the last Maguire meme joke. No, I don't.
NC (vo): We get the classic "will they, won't they" stuff between Peter and Gwen, which, if this was the other films, I would hate, but these two not only talk honestly about what they're going through so they can figure out their problems like smart people...
Gwen: It's my father, isn't it?
Peter: I promised him that I would keep away from you. How can I do this? What does make me?
NC: ...but they also have legit chemistry. Maybe because...
NC (vo): ...they were dating in real life when this was being filmed. Also, Marc Webb did romances before doing these movies, so it kind of makes sense that these would be done well...even if they do kind of distract from essential movie plot points.
Peter: I can't lose you, too.
Gwen: If it's because you can't lose me, we can't be together.
NC (vo; as Peter): Hey, remember Uncle Ben? Maybe I should find his killer. Nah!
(Instead, we cut to Max Dillon standing in front of a small mirror in his room, full of Spider-Man paraphernalia, as he tries to shave himself)
NC (vo; as Peter): Let's do this Edward Nygma thing instead.
Max: Spidey! Is someone celebrating a birthday today? That's why you're here. You remember my birthday.
NC: (as Jamie Foxx) I'd like to thank the Academy for forgetting about this performance.
NC (vo): Yyyeah, Jamie Foxx is a great actor and comedian, but this film highlights neither of those. He's just every obsessed geek character you've seen in a million movies. Nothing about him stands out because there's not enough time to give him anything that stands out.
Max: (to Gwen) You know, Spider-Man saved my life one time. He said he needed me.
NC (vo; as Gwen): I gotta tell Peter not to save everyone. Sometimes, if a truck is heading towards them, let nature take its course. (normal) We're introduced to Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn – because we're a half-hour in and we still don't have all our main players yet – who's visiting his father Norman, played by Chris Cooper, because he heard Giamatti was embarrassingly sidelined, so he figured he'd get in on the action, too.
Norman: (lying in a hospital bed) Retroviral Hypodysplasia. This is not how I imagined I would die.
NC: Yeah, did they ever find a cure for Green Goblin-itis?
NC (vo): Funny how he [Norman]'s only in this film a minute, and I already wish he was the one flying around on a glider instead of this pipsqueak [Harry]. But to his credit, Dane DeHaan is one of those actors who both gets worse and better the more you watch him.
NC: He's another of those actors that nobody really talks like...
(A montage of clips of DeHaan as Harry is shown)
Harry: What was Dad thinking? / I don't know how. / That is the Osborn way. / And I don't know why. / Fairy Godmother. / I need his blood. / ...Hi.
NC (vo): He's a hybrid of (Images of the following are shown...) Leonardo DiCaprio, Keanu Reeves, and every Culkin child [Macaulay, Kieran and Rory] known to man. I kind of love him the more I watch him.
Harry: (ragingly) YOU'RE A FRAUD, SPIDER-MAN!
(He knocks over a table in anger, while Spidey overhears him from a safe distance)
NC (vo): It gets even better when Peter consuls Harry after his father dies. Yeah, didn't you know? They're like the oldest of friends, even though he was never mentioned in the first film! He was so in the dark about this Oscorp place, even though he knew the son of the owner of it!
NC: (waving dismissively) D'ah, he just forgot about it! It's like living in Chicago, but never visiting (image of the following appears in the corner...) the Sears Tower, and it's a person. (The tower is replaced by a man wearing sunglasses)
NC (vo): And it gets even better: just watch these two together. DeHaans' acting style is so different from Garfield's that they have extreme chemistry and no chemistry at the same time. It's kind of fascinating.
Harry: And in Europe, you know? I went to Europe.
Peter: I saw you.
Harry: You got a lady?
Peter: That's a question.
Harry: What's her name? Who is she?
Peter: It's complicated.
Harry: Yeah, I don't do complicated.
NC: Honestly, it's like Sam Raimi came in just to direct his scenes alone.
(Laughing, Harry slides down a stair railing)
Harry: Dude, that whole model thing is so exhausting.
Peter: I know.
(Cut to a clip of Spider-Man 3)
Harry (James Franco): (to Mary Jane) You know, this is embarrassing, but I once wrote you a play in high school. (MJ giggles)
NC: It doesn't match anything else; it's always odd. (beat) But it's always entertaining.
Spider-Man: (sitting in NC's corner this whole time) So you're not that let down by the movie yet, right?
Spider-Man (vo): I mean, the romance is good, the action is cool, and even Spider-Man has some touching scenes.
(We cut to an earlier scene in the movie showing Spider-Man meeting a little boy named Jorge)
Spider-Man (in the movie): (to a little boy) This is a wind turbine. You make this? (The boy nods and spins the turbine) Good as new, right? I'll walk you home. What's your name?
NC: Yeah, I guess I did kind of forget some of the legit fun scenes in this movie.
Spider-Man: See? You don't have to focus on...
(As he speaks, we are shown the scene of Max, while working in an Oscorp laboratory, accidentally falling into a tank of genetically-engineered electric eels, causing Max to mutate into a living electric generator)
Spider-Man (vo): ...Max falling into a bunch of electric eels, getting electric powers and convenient dental work.
NC: (grinning) Oh, yeah, this dumb shit!
Spider-Man: (facepalming himself) Yeah, everyone remembers this dumb shit.
NC (vo): Max comes back to life from being electrocuted in an experiment, which, tone-wise, matches perfectly with this next scene...
(As Max stumbles through the lab, causing lights to blow out at every step, we cut to Peter standing out by the water as his cell phone rings)
NC: It's like a TV monster movie went to commercial for a dating app!
(The scene of Max stumbling through the lab is replayed as the TNT logo appears in the corner)
Announcer (voiced by Malcolm): We'll return to the TNT Movie right after this.
(We then fade through black to Peter on the water with his cell phone while gentle piano music plays in the background)
Peter (voiced by Doug): I did not think I could meet anyone. But then, Web Together introduced me to a girl I could really fall for. Well, she fell for me, but I'm getting too technical.
Gwen: My laugh is off the table?
Peter: That laugh is off the table. You gotta figure out a more annoying laugh. (Gwen laughs obnoxiously) Still adorable.
NC: Yeah, all right. Even though I praise the hell out of these two, let's talk about some of their legit problems.
NC (vo): You see, everything in the movie is always moving twenty things forward. So when you have a romance where they just kind of chat about random stuff, completely different from everything else in the film, you do start to feel like a third wheel watching them.
(Gwen rubs her nose and Peter does the same as his, in imitation of her)
Peter: No more of this little nose rub that you do.
Gwen: This? (rubs her nose again)
Peter: Don't think I haven't noticed.
Gwen: What am I supposed to do? (rubs her nose again) It's allergy season.
Peter: You're just spitting in the face of my ground rules. I'm out.
(NC is seen sitting in the back seat of a car, presumably watching the movie there, as his eyes are looking upward, as if toward a screen hanging from the ceiling)
NC: Oh, God, just bang already!
(We then get a look at what happened to Max Dillon, who now has glowing blue skin with electricity flowing from his body. He stands around in the middle of Times Square)
NC (vo): Max is transformed into Electro, who I have to say looks (An image of the comic version of Electro is shown off to the side) nothing like the comic, but does look pretty damn cool.
(Several police cars pull up and surround Electro. The policemen throw gas canisters on the ground toward him, landing on sewer gratings as they do)
Policeman: On the ground!
Electro: (seeing the gas canisters roll his way) No, stop! Don't do that!
(As the gases waft out, it comes in contact with his electricity and cause the canisters to spin around wildly)
NC (vo; as policeman): Get down on the ground into the gas! Why is that so hard to understand?
(Electro looks up to see that all of the screens of Times Square have changed to show him. He is stunned)
NC: Even his reason for being evil is very basic bitch-motivated.
Crowd: (chanting) Spi-dey! Spi-dey! Spi-dey!
(Electro looks up at one building to see some of the screens replace his image with that of Spider-Man)
Electro: You're so selfish...
(Cut to a clip of NC's review of the live-action Kim Possible movie)
Kim (Aiyanna Wade): (whiny voice) I want the attention! (jumping up and down) I...WANT...THE...ATTENTION!! (bawls)
(Cut back to the movie as Spider-Man arrives on the scene)
NC (vo): Spider-Man tries to talk him down before fighting him. Again, I really feel like Garfield nailed the comedic but still caring elements that made Spider-Man such a great hero. (The truck collision is shown in the corner) Minus that count. And even though this line makes no sense, I still get a laugh out of it.
Spider-Man: What's your name again?
Electro: How could you forget me?
Spider-Man: I know it, don't tell me.
Electro: It's Max.
Spider-Man: Is it Max?
NC: Again, I don't know what way that was intended to be funny, but it is funny.
NC (vo): We get another inventive and colorful action sequence as Spider-Man knocks Electro out and his ratings go up. What the hell does that mean?!
Spider-Man: (sitting in the corner) It means this movie isn't as bad as you're saying. (NC crosses his arms) Sure, there's a few hiccups here and there, but every Spider-Man movie has that. I'm gonna be okay!
(Suddenly, the screen is cut off by static again as Doc Ock again hijacks the video)
Doc Ock: ...is he destroyed yet! (becomes upset to see Spidey alive) Hey! His soul doesn't look demolished!
NC: It's okay, it's okay. We're only halfway through the movie.
Doc Ock: Oh, you're only halfway through. Got it. You scared me for a second. Carry on.
(Doc Ock's screen cuts off through static)
Spider-Man: Dude, things get better halfway?
NC: It's a complicated question.
Spider-Man: Well, that gives me hope.
NC: But with a simple answer: no, it does not.
Spider-Man: (hanging his head) Ohh...
(On that note, we go to a commercial break. Upon return, the movie resumes as Peter sits in his room and sees an image of Gwen on his phone)
NC (vo): So not only does Peter discover Gwen is moving away to England...
(A yellow arrow is shown pointing to Gwen's image, along with the letters "WTF?" and an image of Frank Cross, Bill Murray's character in the movie Scrooged)
NC (vo): ...and he becomes obsessed with finding out what happened to his parents again, while also looking for Uncle Ben's killer... Wait, still nothing! ...but Harry discovers he's dying of the same disease as his father. This dialogue just...flows.
Peter: (talking to Harry on his cell phone) You all right?
Harry: Not really, Pete. I'm dying. But I think you can help save my life.
NC: He said that like he ran out of Fritos!
NC (vo; as Harry): I'm out. Pick some up. And I'm dying. But don't forget Fritos. I love Fritos. And I'm dying. But Fritos. And I'm dying. (normal) Harry says he thinks Spider-Man's blood can cure him, as he can self-heal. Is that why he was getting cough medicine earlier?
(An earlier scene is shown of Spider-Man at a convenience store. He has webbed up someone else, presumably a robber and then starts to buy some cough medicine, but accidentally sneezes in the direction of the cashier. Then we cut to Peter and Harry at Oscorp)
Harry: You know him?
(Harry shows Peter a copy of the newspaper with Spidey on it, which clearly shows that it was photographed by Peter Parker)
Harry: You took his picture.
NC: Oh, right, that's still a thing. They literally text us...
(A shot of Peter's computer is shown, with an email from J.J. Jameson on it)
NC (vo): ...J. Jonah Jameson's cameo.
NC: (sarcastically) I can't believe I forgot!
NC (vo): Gwen discovers they're trying to keep Max's connection to Oscorp a secret and hides from security trying to track her down.
(Gwen and Peter hide in the maintenance closet)
Peter: This is the maintenance closet. This is the most cliched hiding place.
Gwen: (overlapping) Oh, I'm sorry...
Peter: (overlapping) This is the stupidest hiding place.
Gwen: ...I didn't take us to the Bahamas of hiding places.
(Again, NC sits in the back of the car, listlessly watching the movie)
NC: (sarcastically) I'm so glad I introduced you two.
NC (vo): Peter provides a pretty funny diversion for Gwen to escape, and we see where they're keeping Max.
(To the tune of "The Blue Danube", Max as Electro is brought out by one of Oscorp's scientists, Dr. Kafka (played by Marton Csokas))
NC (vo; as Mr. Freeze): What killed the dinosaurs? The Ice Age!
(As we cut back to NC, the poster for Batman & Robin pops up in the corner)
NC: Actually, are you sure we're not in that movie right now?
Dr. Kafka: I'm here to study you, to understand what you are...
NC (vo): See, here's the thing: this whole German mad scientist torturing Dr. Nightcrawler Manhattan here, I'd be fine with in a Spider-Man movie...
NC: ...IF the whole movie was like this.
NC (vo): You want to go for the crazy Guillermo del Toro–Terry Gilliam thing? Have at it! But this doesn't match with (Scene of Peter and Gwen's date is shown) this doesn't match with (The Parkers' plane crashing is shown) this. And each one is bringing a full script's worth of content to the table. Even when a scene does take its time, you're so jolted by the fast pace of everything else, you can't get comfortable with it, meaning you're less likely to let a scene sit with you.
(Cut to a scene with Peter talking to Aunt May)
NC (vo): Like this one, for example, when he's talking to Aunt May.
May (Sally Field): The truth is, your parents left you here on our doorstep. Your Uncle Ben and I...
NC (vo; as Peter): Uncle who?
NC: (as Peter) Oh, yeah. (shakes fist) I will find his killer! Or...not.
May: I was the one – Me! – who has to take nursing classes with 22-year-old kids so I can pay for you to go to college. (covers her face in her hands) And I don't even know how to do this...
NC (vo): This emotional moment seems like a good time to work in that spy stuff again.
May: Two government men came to see us. The genetics research that your father was doing with Norman Osborn was very valuable.
NC (vo): See what I mean? These just don't go!
(Cut to a clip of The Godfather)
NC (vo): It's like in Godfather if he [Vito Corleone] was like, (as Vito) "Look how they massacred my boy. By the way, the secret government information that spies might be asking you about, don't ever let them find the microchip. My boy!"