Continuity mistake: During the battle with Green Goblin, when Gwen Stacy is falling through the clock tower, there are dozens of gears and other pieces of various sizes falling with her. However, when she lands, only a few small gears and pieces land alongside her - all the other debris that were falling have seemingly vanished. (02:01:20)
9.1/10.While this one does seem crammed with villains it's still solid.It does a decent job with Electro as Jamie Foxx is pretty decent here as is Paul Giamatti as The Rhino.The one that stood out was Dane DeHaan as Harry Osborn/The Green Goblin.He's never called that but it's obvious.The suit was pretty good along with the way he gets it.Andrew Garfield still delivers here, seems quite focused as Spider-Man.The main problem, I felt, was Emma Stone.She seemed to be phoning it in as if bored.Gwen is now possessive of Peter like she was in the comics which always bothered me.I felt they shouldn't have done this as we know what happens in these movies with that kind of attitude.Her death scene seemed just like the comics only as least we see her look of sadness whereas in the comic she was unconscious.The sequel may not have been as good as its predecessor it's far from being bad or terrible.
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