'The Amazing Spider-Man' 4-Minute Preview

Posted 9:51 PM May 14th, 2012 by Binh Ngo
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Sony debut a 4-minute preview of The Amazing Spider-Man during the season premiere of America's Got Talent on May 14th and now, it's online for all to see. Check it out below.

This preview consisted of the assemblage of the previous trailers mixed in with a couple of new scenes, including an extended rescue scene at the beginning.

The movie still looks good, but I'm seeing a couple of red flags.

When Spider-Man is swinging around, his movements are less-than-smooth, making it obvious that's a computer creation. In this day and age, it looks a little amateurish, especially for a movie rumored to cost over $200 million. Also, in that scene where The Lizard is attacking that man inside his car on the bridge, those claws look kind of fake.

Since The Lizard is the main bad guy in the movie, he and Spider-Man will be involved in a couple of CGI battles, and judging from what I've saw, those scenes will likely break the movie's immersion.

The Amazing Spider-Man is coming to theaters July 3rd and stars Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans, and Denis Leary.

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