When a cocky industrialist's efforts to raise an ancient Chinese temple leads him to be seriously wounded and captured by enemy forces, he must use his ideas for a revolutionary power armor in order to fight back as a superhero.
A break-in and murder at a New York City museum sparks an investigation by Interpol Agent Nathan Nelson. When he finds an ancient artifact at the crime scene, Nelson takes it home to ... See full summary »
Spider-Man meets some of his greatest foes and rediscovers his own identity
A lot of these modern type made for video animated movies with super heroes are of inferior quality, as many of you probably already know, but not so with this movie. My almost five year old son just absolutely loves it.
As an introduction to Spider-Man's abilities, enemies and past this movie is quite perfect. These things nimbly unravel within the main plot, as Spider-Man begins to lose himself because of a strange gas that Dr. Octopus exposes him to which makes him forget who he is. Doc Ock's plan is to convince Spidey that they are both villains.
Luckily for Spider-Man one of his greatest fans, a young girl, decides to help him rediscover who he really is. Because of this, the viewer will also learn about the origin of this super hero as he himself reminisces about his past.
I recommend this movie for every parent who feels that their boys or girls are still too young to see the live action movies just yet.
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