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Gave this a low 3 out of 10 because basically this new spiderman is just 'baby ironman's junior high school days'. It wasn't a terrible movie, but it's blatantly aimed at junior high/high school kids... which was weird because the theatre I was in on Fridsy evening was mainly mid twenties and up... The story was OK and with this being the third spidermen reboot since 2000, I guess they couldn't really have done another 'boy gets bitten by spider, boys uncle gets killed, boy becomes good spiderman' movie, but I wish they had just made stand alone spiderman. Not 'baby spiderman meets father figure Avengers member Ironman'
I think this movie was made to appeal to the 50 percent or so of children in America being raised in a single parent household... great for them, but not so much for 35 year old, Toby maguire spiderman fan me.
So overall s disappointing movie, not terrible, just far, far, far from great.
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