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After watching this movie, and in a theater no less, all I can say was “not again”. Most of the scenes with Peter and Gwen were of being cheesy to each other. While it is not supposed to be a bad thing since it is essential to the movie for the both of them being a couple, I think it was just too much.
Movie watchers want fights! It seems every Spiderman movie now goes like this:
- Spiderman swings
- A short fight erupts
- Cheezy moments
- Introduction to villain(s) backstory
- More Cheezy moments
- Finale fight
If there was no Harry Osbourne here, this movie would have been a disaster. His character made it interesting. And Electro? Pfffttt.
Heck, I even thought Rhino would be a good fight against him seeing as how I already was disappointed upon finding out the Rhino suit was like an exo-armor battle suit or something and not seeing any fight scenes against Spiderman at all.
The first Amazing Spiderman was understandable to have some dragging moments since it was the first anyway. But sequels? No …
Captain America: The Winder Soldier had a way better pacing than this one overall.
If you ask me, I felt I did not get my money’s worth on this one. Sure, the fights were okay but overall I was not really satisfied at all.
If not for the Green Goblin, really, this movie would have really sucked. Spiderman VS Green Goblin, while short as the fight was, was the best in that movie.