The Amazing Spiderman - 7/10
After hearing all this talk about the chemistry between the leads in this, I was a little disappointed. First of all, they don't look anything like the 17 year old high schoolers they are supposed to be portraying. There's a point in the movie where Emma Stone yells at her "Dad", "I'm 17 year old!" and the entire crowd laughed. She's definitely a hard 17.
All that being said, the movie was enjoyable overall. I'm not the biggest spidey fan in the world (much more of a Batman guy) and I think that primarily stems from the villains he goes up against. In the end, I felt that the entire confrontation arc between the two was very formulaic.
They also tried way too hard to create this air of mystery around Peter's parents and his past, only to deliver absolutely nothing on both fronts in the entire film.
If you're a spiderman fan, you'll probably enjoy it regardless but if you went expecting a vivid re-imagining of the spiderman mythos, you'll probably be disappointed.
I will say that Stan Lee shows up in this one when you're just starting to wonder if he's going to show up at all, and his scene is perfect.
Also stay through the credits, there is a teaser...
We need wins, and that's all we need. I don't give a damn about anyone on this roster over wins. I'd trade Ware, Lee and Dez if it meant more wins.