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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Movie Bible Study for Teens
With great power comes great responsibility.
Spider-Man currently holds the Guinness Book of World Records award for the largest single-day box-office earnings ($43.6 million for its first Saturday opening) and is currently the fifth highest-grossing film in U.S. history ($403.7 million), which paved the way for an even more critically acclaimed sequel, Spider-Man 2.
This study will look at both Spider-Man movies, explore what it means to be a hero, note how choices shape our character, and examine the responsibilities that come with the gift of power.
Discussing the Scenes
--What Makes a Hero: There's a hero in all of us.
(John 16:33; Hebrews 11:1 40)
--The Ability to Choose Whom We Become: We are whom we choose to be. Now, choose!
(Matthew 22:34 20; Romans 6:11 14; 12:1 2; Galatians 5:1; Philippians 4:8 9)
--Power and Responsibility: With great power comes great responsibility.
(Luke 8:40 48; 12:48; Acts 3:1 10; Romans 12:1 2; Ephesians 2:4 5; 2 Timothy 1:6 7)
As the Credits Roll
Spider-Man (Sony Pictures, 2002) and Spider-Man 2 (Sony Pictures, 2004)
Both films are MPAA-rated PG-13 for stylized violence and action. (Note, both films use profane language, and though the violence may be stylized, some characters die mercilessly.)
Photo © Copyright Sony Pictures
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