Comparative Essay On Spiderman

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The film posters released in conjunction with Spiderman and The Amazing Spiderman will be compared using filmic techniques, filmic evolution as well as Spiderman and The Amazing Spiderman as a whole. Complex craft and intricate plots as seen in Spiderman and The Amazing Spiderman are possible due to motion picture development, driven by technological evolution. Numerous filmmaking methods are developed due to technological evolution. The film posters for Spiderman depict a costume with raised silver webbing, and an overall scaly, stiff look. Audiences of The Amazing Spiderman, receive a sleek, modern red costume, utilising contrasting blues and silver web shooters. The costumes pattern, closely matches the Oscorp building, showing filmmaker’s ability to link the plot to a visual aspect in the film. However, the costumes seen in Spiderman and The Amazing Spiderman both appeal to the ideal in Superhero movies of ‘Truth and Justice the American way’. Nevertheless; the costume Peter Parker dons displays the advancement in technological style. Gwen Stacy is featured on The Amazing Spiderman film posters, reinforcing the idea that this Superhero film has realised the importance of an intelligent female…show more content…
Spiderman film posters have an orange undertone in order for the blue and red costume to be prominent called opposing concepts. This marketing style of the film poster uses the opposing concepts in colour, to also highlight the opposing concepts of good and evil within the film itself. Regardless of that, The Amazing Spiderman uses consistency in the film posters, by introducing dark shades of red and blue, moving away from opposing concepts. This is an evolutionary step with regards to the approach to the reboot of Spiderman as The Amazing Spiderman film poster focuses on Peter Parker’s inner battle while the Peter Parker in Spiderman blindly accepts his

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