The Amazing Spider-Man 2
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Peter Parker: You want me to come down there so you can kill me?
Aleksei Sytsevich: Yeah!
Peter Parker: OK, I'll be right there.

Cab driver: It's Spider-Man!
Gwen Stacy: Stop the cab.
Cab driver: Lady, I ain't even moving!

Peter Parker: Everyday I wake up knowing that no matter how many lives I protect, no matter how many people call me a hero, someone even more powerful could change everything.

Electro: It's my birthday, now it's time for me to light my candle!

Norman Osborn: I don't expect forgiveness from you, anymore. I don't believe in miracles. How could you possibly understand that your childhood had to be sacrificed for something greater. Not just for me, for you! Have your hands started to twitch yet? When you lay awake, you feel it coming? Hiding under your skin. Waiting to show itself. To show who you really are.

Norman Osborn: This is not how I've imagined how I die, looking at my son, seeing a stranger, you have so much potential Harry, such fierce intelligence and you're throwing it all away!

Harry Osborn: What is all this stuff?
Donald Menken: The future.

Green Goblin: Heh... Peter! When you said Spider-Man said no, you meant you said NO!

Aunt May: I once told you that secrets have a cost. The truth does too.

Electro: Soon, everyone in the city will know how it feels to live in a world without power, a world without mercy, a world without Spider-Man!

Peter Parker: You know what it is I love about being Spider-Man? Everything!

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Trivia: Spoiler alert! The way Gwen Stacy dies in the movie is almost exactly the way she does in the comics. The differences are that in the movie, she falls through a clock tower instead of off a bridge, and she hits her head on the ground as it snaps back, instead of just her head snapping back in mid air. She's even wearing the same outfit as she does in the comics.

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Question: The is something that I didn't understand in the movie. Spiderman killed Electro, which is something completely out of character. What was Marc Webb thinking?

Answer: Peter didn't set out to kill Electro, but he has to stop him somehow. Overloading him is pretty much all Peter has to work with in terms of stopping Electro's rampage. He doesn't know what effect it will have on his opponent, but he hopes that it will serve to stop him in his tracks, which it does. Had Peter set out with the specific intention of killing Max, that would indeed have been wildly out of character, but he didn't - he simply did what he had to do to stop him. It's unlikely that Max is actually dead anyway; it's well known that Sony intend to bring the Sinister Six into play in upcoming movies and Electro has been a key member of most incarnations of that team, making it highly likely that he'll be back.

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