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Peter (Andrew Garfield) discovers a message from his deceased father in a secret laboratory.

The web-slingin’ wall-crawler hits the screens once again in this follow-up to Marc Webb’s 2012 reboot of the series. Andrew Garfield returns as Peter Parker, who squares off against the villainous Electro, played by Jamie Foxx. As the film opens, we find Richard (Campbell Scott) and Mary Parker (Embeth Davitz) stealing away with some crucial Oscorp files while leaving young Peter in the care of Aunt May (Sally Field) and Uncle Ben. Flash forward about a decade, and Peter (Garfield) is swinging into action as Spider-Man; having successfully thwarted the hijacking of an Oscorp truck by notorious Russian criminal Aleksei Sytsevich (Paul Giamatti), Peter ditches the costume just in time to meet up with Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone) at their high school graduation. Despite his deep love for Emma, however, Peter remains haunted by his promise to her late father not to get emotionally involved with her for fear that she could be targeted by Spider-Man’s enemies. Meanwhile, young Harry Osborne (Dane DeHaan) inherits OsCorp and a deadly retrovirus from his father Norman (Chris Cooper), and brilliant but timid OsCorp scientist Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx) gets infused with a powerful dose of electricity while attempting to fix a faulty power circuit in the lab. Upon regaining consciousness, Max discovers that he has the power to harness electrical currents – the higher the voltage the more powerful he becomes. When a battle with Max in Times Square shorts out Spidey’s web-shooters, Peter goes to work on developing a more reliable model of his signature weapon while Harry grows convinced that Spider-Man’s blood is the key to his survival. Later, villainous OsCorp chairman Donald Menken (Colm Feore) steals the company out right out from under Harry, driving the vengeful youth to break Max — now Electro — out of the heavily-guarded Ravencroft Institute for a two-pronged attack on Menken and Spider-Man. The stage for that battle is set when New York City goes dark just as Peter declares his love to Gwen, plunging the wise-cracking web-slinger into a fight that could forever alter the course of his life.

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Cast: Dane DeHaan, Andrew Garfield
Director: Marc Webb
Producers: Avi Arad, Alex Kurtzman, Matthew Tolmach, Roberto Orci, Beatriz Sequeira
Screenwriters: Alex Kurtzman, Stan Lee, Steve Ditko, Roberto Orci, James Vanderbilt

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46 Replies to “The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) – Peter's Father Scene (3/10) | Movieclips”

  1. Please answer : It said that without out Richard Parker they couldn’t continue the research why is that ?

  2. Too bad we ain't going to find out what the rest of the story is :/ TASM and TASM 2 best spiderman movies out there!

  3. Imagine if Peter's Father NEVER worked as OsCorp. He would have mutated like harry does from taking it lmao

  4. This was honestly the worst scene and in my opinion the reason this duology failed. This scene said that only peter Parker could become Spider-Man, the whole point of Spider-Man is that anyone can become him which was the message of Spider-Man into the Spider Verse

  5. So no one is gonna say that it's heartwarming that his father actually loved him with all of his heart?

  6. I wonder if Howard stark knew Richard Parker, and if Tony Stark Knows what happened to peters parents

  7. I could Just leave my Mom for ever…

    “People will say I’m a Monster”
    But I have my reasons Why
    Besides my World is Dark enough, to do “Duty” instead of following my Feelings!!

  8. I don’t wanna blame Richard Parker but,

    Because of the decision from Richard, Peter had to suffer just because he Didn’t had his Family in his life, because he didn’t had a good Childhood and he didn’t Know Who he Was….

  9. So that means if Norman wanted to make a spider army with humans all he needs is peter.
    I think the foreign was hydra.
    Did it ever explain why Norman was watching peter?

  10. This is the one plot line I don't like in this movie. In itsv they say anyone can war the mask, peter was the kid who happened to get bit. I don't like how only peter could be spider man

  11. 1:30 Never saw this before, but the man next to Kafka is wearing The bodysuit that Electro has later in the movie. Doesn’t really explain why he’s wearing it, but shows it didn’t come from nowhere

  12. To the people who hate this movie because of all the multiple plot points, just think about this: it makes sense to have these in the movie because that’s who Spider-Man is, a stressed teen who has so much going on in his life to worry about. And everything comes together at the end, just not a happy way, and this movie teaches us that there are so much happening in our lives but we have to chose which comes first.

  13. I've always thought this was a shocking reveal. The fact that Peter's father implanted his own DNA into the spiders means that Peter was the only one who was compatible to harness their powers. You could say it's an unbelievable coincidence or that Peter was always destined to be Spider-Man. That's meaningful.

  14. 2:32 That was Young Peter Parker (Max Charles) who was calling to his dad while he was playing Hide & Seek but then he found out his dad's stuff was a mess.

    That part was in the 1st movie that came out in 2012 was The Amazing Spider-Man.

  15. While watching Into the Spiderverse at the theater, and the spider crawls on Miles in the subway, for a brief moment, I wondered if the spider came from Richard’s laboratory but knew how obscure and convoluted that would be.

  16. damn i don't know why i was surprised at the "daad? dad!" at the end. it really ties in with the first movie's start, i know it's obvious, but it's cool.

  17. I am not a fan of The Whole thing that Peter was meant to be Spider-Man. The point of Spider-Man is that anyone could be Spider-Man

  18. 😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😥😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  19. There you have it folks. Peter never became something bad because peter has the same blood and DNA as his father.

  20. In TASM 1+2 I could really feel the conection between characters, there was a feeling, it was alive. Thats why he's The Amazing Sipder-Man

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