At first glance, it would seem that we
identify with Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) because he is an Everyman, a
kid really, who stumbles upon great power and accepts the weighty
responsibility that comes with it. But dig a little deeper and, in fact,
there’s nothing at all about Peter Parker that’s relatable.
When we first encounter Dom Hemingway
(Jude Law), he is addressing us while being “serviced,” if you will. It
takes a moment for us to realize the nature of the “servicing” and the
location, but it becomes quite clear that Dom is full of himself and
enjoying the moment...
The Daily Show has propelled more
comics to fame than just host Jon Stewart. Steve Carell, Ed Helms,
Stephen Colbert, John Oliver (OK, a lot of white guys) and many others
sparked their careers with regular appearances on Comedy Central’s “fake
John Pogue (the director of
Quarantine 2: Terminal) tracks the
mystery surrounding a university professor (Jared Harris) and his ragtag team
of students seeking to heal a test subject beset by supernatural forces that
none of them are quite willing to believe in until it is too late.