In case you wonder, your super hero Spider-Man is also a human being and has his very own emotion just like you and me. We all also know that his greatest battle is not only his the notorious bandits that threaten New York city but within himself for the struggle between the ordinary obligations of Peter Parker and the extraordinary responsibilities of Spider-Man. This time, with the emergence of Electro (Jamie Foxx) being one of his formidable villains and his old friend, Harry Osborn (Dane DeHaan) returns from OsCorp, the face off begins.
Andrew Garfield plays the Amazing-Spider-Man for the second time and with Director Marc Webb imposed a dollops of romance b highlighting a more human superhero but suppose the CG action come first to satisfy the Marvel fans in a higher visionary level. Garfield seemingly tried very hard by adding his character role play to form a closer relationship with his audiences to become their real neighborhood friend cum superhero whereas Tobey Maguire had done it quite naturally and well received by the audience. Nevertheless, the screenplay is the actual killer of this sequel despite the secret mission of Robert Parker is finally revealed. There are so many repetition and the CG action are rather dull. In most action packed films, the bad guys characters catches the most attention but Electro's character was rather being a little too simplify. DeHaan's Harry Osborn role's performance was rather outstanding.
Indeed, it is not easy to keep the amazing coming as the former successful box office do threaten to determine what's next. Especially the same tricks with more or less the same material except the amazing New York city skyline visual becoming the most watchable scenes among other draggy dull continuation. Paul Giamatti's villainous "The Rhino" creation was rather clumsy and unattractive. The ending teaser by introducing the next villain is always the highlights for such genre but yet Webb didn't give his best by creating an anticipation for his audiences to stay put. The golden opportunity unfavorably well-missed to a shame.
Rating : 2.5/5