Is Andrew Garfield’s acting bad?


Throughout the years of movies being made, acting is by far the most important thing to have in a movie as it directs if the movie will be perfect or just plain and boring. One big thing that has been tossed around by many is Andrew Garfield’s part in “The Amazing Spider-Man” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” was flawed and not the best. A main thing many fight about is if the acting was bad or if the script was bad.  As one that sides with the scripting being the downfall of both Amazing Spider-Mans, I will show reasons that Andrew Garfield is a both hilarious and great actor by the two little things I know he was in.

“The Social Network” was a 2010 movie that starred actors like Justin Timberlake, Jesse Eisenberg, Andrew Garfield, and many others. This movie was a huge success and had tremendous acting throughout it all. “The Social Network” was mainly about Mark Zuckerberg’s great success with Facebook, yet later on faces problems due to taking people’s information. The movie shows many emotions as Andrew starred as Mark Zuckerberg’s best friend during all of it. I will admit, I never got to see all of the movie which was the last 20 minutes of the movie, however it was great for the parts I saw. Andrew definitely rocked his part, making a greater success for the movie itself.

I may be crossing some lines but at this point, everyone has talked about it. Both Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield made an entrance in the new spider-man movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” They didn’t get as much screen time, maybe stretching around 20 to 25 minutes for them, but every second they were shown was truly hilarious and heart touching. I will try my best to keep away from any more spoilers, but Andrew couldn’t have done better with his part, as they gave him a great redemption arc for his character completely. I believe that every actor did their part great in the new hit movie, and that Andrew was one to show it wasn’t the acting that was bad in “The Amazing Spider-Man,” but the script that everyone should be mad at.