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“It's a real movie, full-blooded and smart, with qualities even for those who have no idea who Stan Lee is. It's a superhero movie for people who don't go to superhero movies, and for those who do, it's the one they've been yearning for.” – Roger Ebert How many superhero movies are relevant? Not to the needs of comic book fans, but to the general public? How many superhero films capture the times of the age of its debut? Films like The Dark Knight capitalize on psychological thrills and moral conundrum. Features like Watchmen find themselves firmly rooted in a fictionalized and terrifying past. Movies like the X-Men franchise speak, in allusions, to social themes. And while all of those films bring something new and fresh to the genre, ultimately, each falls short of a particular relevance by the time the credits roll. Spider-Man 2 is an elevated picture. While providing »

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