Hi, Epicboy21 again. THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN is less-than-perfect, though EMMA STONE manages to save her screen-time up. So, the basic yada-yada - Spider-Man has feisty (easily angered, willing to stand up), love interest Gwen Stacy (played by the gorgeous Emma Stone), in which Peter Parker, her boyfriend (Andrew Garfield) finds this suitcase, a mysterious one, and finds mysterious photos in it. Meanwhile, he goes up to the lab and gets bitten by the spiders; this misses a whole lot. I'll list the numerous problems in this movie:
i. Animal violence - three-legged mice and a mouse eating another mouse through meat.
ii. Not enough Emma Stone - I wish there was more for her.
iii. I wish it was longer - it was addicting.
iv. Violence not impactful enough. - Violence does include a;
bloody shooting, a mugging, a robbery, and, fist-fights, etc., etc., etc.
v. They missed out the boxing scene altogether.
vi. Not enough development for Curt Connors.
vii. They cut the swinging scene short.
viii. The lab scenes were too short.
ix. They missed out the hallucinations scene.
x. They messed it up a little bit.
For SEX/NUDITY, there's forceful kissing, a woman accidentally stripped to bra and undies, and, revealing suits, too.
For VIOLENCE/GORE, there's a well-known mugging involving a stabbing, mice eating other mice, three-legged-mice, fist-fights, and, bloody wounds. PLUS, THERE'S A SEVERED TAIL THAT GROWS BACK.
For PROFANITY, there's an F-word pun (mother Hubbard) that can be easily missed or not. There's also "a--".
SCARINESS involves a scary monster called the Lizard-Man, and the train sequence, the mugging, the final fight, the hiding scenes, are pretty intense, too. DRUGS involves a gassing of lots of police officers; THEMES include MURDER, REVENGE, GENETIC ENGINEERING and SCIENCE EXPERIMENTING. Thankyou for reading this.