However, the review is surprisingly good.
While the Outhouse will have its own review of the new Amazing Spider-Man film up shortly, British pishposh sheet (that's Brit slang for newspaper), The Telegraph, has the first review of the new film.
In the review, Robbie Collin declares the movie to be "Twilight in spandex" before declaring that the movie is the first superhero filmed geared specifically towards women. As proof, he references Andrew Garfield's enviable glutes and Emma Stone's lack of nudity or wetness. Even worse, Collin speculates that women might soon want their men to dress up as Spider-Man to satisfy twisted sexual desires caused by the film.
Despite Collin's alarming language, he does manage to give the movie four stars. So, if you don't mind shooting some web fluid at your significant other and like your superheroes mopey and lip-biting, this movie might be for you!
Source: The Telegraph
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