Meh. I'll take Tobey Mcguire anyday over Andrew Ulimate Spider-Man Garfield.
Not me, I'm psyched about Andrew Garfield and double-psyched about pulling the story from the vibe of Ultimate Spider-Man instead of the original, sillier flavor. I thought Tobey was fine but the third movie left such a bad taste in my (and everyone's) mouth there's no way they could've brought him back.The other thing that makes me think Raimi's take on things needed mothballing is when I recall a specific line delivery of Kirsten Dunst's at the end of the first movie. She says "I kept thinking, I hope I make it through this, so I can see Peter Parker's face one more time." I'm a longtime defender of Kirsten Dunst but that line is the worst.My one concern about Amazing (aside from how often I'll check my watch during the origin story, but that discussion's pretty much played out), is whether this director can pull off an action scene properly. The trailers look good but that isn't very difficult to do.
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