The secret is a crucial algorithm developed years earlier, and it leads Peter to Oscorp, which was founded by Peter's father Richard and his partner Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans – pronounced Reese Ee-vans). It's while poking around Oscorp that Peter receives the fateful spider bite that irrevocably alters his existence, granting him superpowers and the ability to repay the jerks who've bullied him for years.
The key to The Amazing Spider-Man is the strong, even distinguished, cast. Garfield makes a much darker, more brooding Peter than the wide-eyed Tobey Maguire. He's essentially a vigilante out for revenge against the man who murders his Uncle Ben (Martin Sheen). Peter is also driven by guilt and years of being bullied at school. It's a potent mix, and Garfield hits all the right notes.
Welsh actor Ifans is great, creating a strangely sympathetic villain in Connors. In addition to Garfield, Stone, Sheen, and Ifans, Sally Field as Aunt May and Denis Leary as Police Captain Stacy provide enough gravitas and emotional impact to counterbalance high-wire effects and blockbuster effects. I love Martin Sheen in everything he's done, going back to a bizarre early '70s made-for-TV movie called Sweet Hostage, and it's nice to see him – and Field – on the big screen.
All in all, the familiar story did an amazing reboot which different enough to the former one. To some extent, the one made unprecedented special achievement on the former series and did a improvement to make the litte dull story more active and full of feelings. When the movie is end and light on again, you will forget the one is a reboot and amazing for the excellent story.
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