First ‘Amazing Spider-Man’ Reviews; New Clips, TV Spots & Featurettes

Published 3 years ago by , Updated March 30th, 2013 at 7:47 am,



“Cross Species Genetics” – While touring Oscorp, Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) meets Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans) who is researching the potential of animal DNA.

“Giant Lizard” – Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) tries to convince Captain Stacy (Denis Leary) that The Lizard is in fact real.

“Take It” - Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) uses his new superpowers to show-up bully Flash Thompson (Chris Zylka) on the basketball court.



This latest TV Spot challenges you to “Be Amazed” by this new Spider-Man movie. Will you accept that challenge?



Who doesn’t love Emma Stone at this point? The starlett of Superbad, Easy A and Crazy Stupid Love takes some time to let us know about the competent, brave woman (in other words, not Mary Jane) she’ll be bringing to her character Gwen Stacy in Amazing Spider-Man.


The Amazing Spider-Man will be in theaters on July 3, 2012. Check back on that date for our official review.

Source: Sony & The Guardian UKTelegraph UKTotal Film, Standard UK  (via Rotten Tomatoes)

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  1. Wow, soo early reviews are coming in. A lot of them is looking good. The acting and script/plot is great but the most complaints I’ve been seeing on numerous sites has been the 3D. One comic site saying the 3D feels “like a rushed add-on and does nothing to add to the film”. Another one says, “the 3D only serves its purpose for 10-15 minutes within the film. The 3D effects felt wasted and it didn’t live up to its full potential”. One site in Japan calls the movie “500 seconds of 3D Spiderman”. In general it seems the overall consensus is that the movie is excellent, falls short of epic like with the likes of The Avengers, and the 3D didn’t live up to the hype.

  2. I just saw the movie and had fun watching it. It had a few off moments but as a whole it was good. It’s a fusion of the old and the new, which I thought worked well. Hopefully, it will do as well as the old Spiderman movies.

  3. I swore I seen the goblin on his flight craft behind spiderman over his left shoulder, at the end, where spidy is shooting his web in slo mo……anybody else???