Anyone else annoyed how the one main gripe of this film is that its too soon of a reboot? All these reviewers on Rotten Tomatoes who hated the movie had the same, Deja Vu it was done ten years ago mentality and I see these reviews as empty words.
You knew it was going to be a reboot. You want them to continue on the same storyline with a new cast, new director, and new vision for how Spidey's story goes? Given it was 20 some odd years after the original films but lets ask
Returns how that venture went.
Rumor had it that Sam Raimi couldn't get his vision for Spiderman 4 out in time for the July 4th weekend of this year so Sony went with the reboot and new people instead. I commend Marc Webb and the entire crew for getting something like this out in that amount of time. I think it was time for Raimi to move on anyways. I really don't think Spiderman 4 would've masked 3, in all honesty, especially with supposedly Morbius as one of the main villains. Unless you did Carnage, it had no shot imo. Its like if they tried to make movies after X3, after you've killed major characters that never died in the ways they did in the comics, you've destroyed that franchise, and its time to restart.
Instead of griping about the speed of the reboot why don't you tell me more intricate details about the movie. The cast, the action scenes, the tone, the emotions, ya know everything else that goes into a movie. It's a one trick pony show from a reviewer that focuses on one innate point like Matt Cassel does on Dewayne Bowe. Get over it and do your job.