It's the movie to see this Fourth of July weekend: The Amazing Spider-Man. And while the latest installment of this superhero franchise delivers a few memorable moments – mostly thanks to stars Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, plus the directorial effots of Marc Webb – Rolling Stone's Peter Travers says that there isn't much to distinguish it from the Tobey Maguire-led trilogy that ended just five years ago.
Peter Travers: 'The Amazing Spider-Man' Is Fun, But Do We Really Need It?
Re-boot shines at times, but very similar to last Spidey franchise
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