After the perfection that was Body Talk in 2010, Robyn does what only Robyn could, take a sharp left turn.
The former 90s pop sensation has made many twists in her music since gradually penetrating the alternative pop music scene over the last decade. She’s won the respect that few former teen pop stars – JT included – could ever dream of, and by now, she has little left to prove.
Such freedom is probably how she could pull off following the trilogy of EPs that made up the Body Talk era with another EP, a collaborative effort with Norwegian electronic duo Röyksopp called Do It Again.
The second instalment of the new Amazing Spider-Man series has a lot to live up. After only ten years since the last sequel to a Spider-Man origin story, this one has a duty to justify whether it was worth it to reboot the series in the first place.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has a lot going on. In this film, Andrew Garfield, who stars as the web-slinging hero, is slightly older, maybe wiser but has contributed to bettering the safety of Manhattan through vigilantism. He’s also graduating college along with girlfriend Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), as Peter Parker of course. In amidst all this, Peter is still trying to make sense of his parents’ abandonment when he was a child; has reached out to his childhood best friend Harry Orborn (Dane DeHaan) after his own father (Chris Cooper) passes away; and is battling the token bad guy.