This is my little review of The Amazing Spider-Man movie:
I saw it yesterday and I'm a pretty confused.
As a movie it is really good but as a Spidey movie I'm not satisfied.
There were parts of the story that didn't like me completely, besides they extended too much in the Peter Parker story. Of course that interests me but as a Spider-Man fan what I mostly want to see is the action scenes and the actor in the suit.
I was almost an hour waiting to see those scenes and the suit to show up. About that, they didn't show how Peter created it, something that was shown in the first movie.
I watched it in 3D and there were amazing scenes, like the moments you felt you were spider-man, and the takes of New York city were amazing. The action scenes (when they show up) were too fast and I couldn't see all the moves clearly, and there were too many techonological things for being Spidey.
About the villain, I didn't like it. If there's something I really like about de first three movies are how real the villains are (except Venom, but that is another topic). I saw the lizard not natural, I was expecting another thing, maybe somehting a little more real.
Another thing I didn't like was the fact that (almost) everybody knew who Spider-Man is. He told to the girlfriend, he showed his face to his father-in-law.
The no inclusion of J.Jonah Jameson was like Harry Potter whithout Dumbledore.
For me, the primal difference with the trilogy is the naturalness. The first three movies took me to the Spidey's world, I even thought everything was real. That didn't happend with The Amazing Spider-Man.
I didn't expect to see another today movie, I wanted to see Spider-Man.