Review – Amazing Spiderman Family Discussion Guide


I don’t know about you all but one of my favorite superheroes has always been Spiderman. You can imagine when I was given the opportunity to review the new family discussion guide that goes with the film, you can bet I was all over it! I’m looking forward to the new film which hits theaters this May. Check this out.

Wow. Looks like a ton of action packed into one film. The family discussion guide is a great way to ask leading questions to other members of the family and get their thoughts around things like power, time, life, choices and destiny. There are short introductions followed by 3-6 questions around each topic. Great stuff. Here’s more:

Family Discussion Guide
The discussion guide for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is a great resource for families to discuss a range of important themes that include the relationship between personal choices and destiny, living a life that counts, sacrificing yourself in service to others, and the nature of power. This guide will help parents start (or continue) conversations with their children that will inspire them to think outside themselves and challenge them to live lives that matter. The conversations that will result from using this guide will reveal that even the most explosive summer blockbuster can leave lasting, positive impacts on its young viewers.

About Spiderman 
We’ve always known that Spider-Man’s most important battle has been within himself: the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker and the extraordinary responsibilities of Spider-Man. But in The Amazing Spider-Man 2™, Peter Parker finds that a greater conflict lies ahead.

Check out Spiderman in theaters this May!

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