Little did I realize that half of Spiderman is set in high school, American high school no less. So that brought up some relatability problems. I will say that if you're American you may have no problem watching this movie. ...I will also say that in comparison to this movie, I was able to relate to Abraham Lincoln hunting down vampires.
Half way through the movie I pretty much gave up and got my phone out to chat with my brother, I think it's best if I just post that conversation to give you a fuller appreciation of what I was going through...
me: am in Spiderman
me: its driving me bananas
Paul: how is dis possible
Paul: what do u see
3:43 PM me: A man in a lab coat Hahhahah
me: I'll tell u how bad it is
id rather be watching saved by the bell with a spider next to me
3:44 PM Paul: hahahahahaha
3:47 PM me: Cheesy lines and faces galore
3:48 PM I'd rather watch 56 hours of spongebob, 1 ep repeated over and over
3:49 PM me: hahhahaRight now spiderboy is having dinner with his girlfriends parents
3:56 PM me: Want a pic?
3:57 PM me: Ko hold on
looks like dennis leary
oh wait is it
me: it is!
3:59 PM ill take another when spiderboy is on
4:03 PM me: Dennis Learys nose looks big on the big screen
If I may
4:04 PM me: hahah
hes a webmaster
4:08 PM hhahahahha he is!
Paul: for further information please contact the webmaster.
What's that Spiderman poem?
peter parker picked a pep of pickled peppers
4:13 PM This movie could use a black guyThat about sums it up for me.
I give this movie 3/10
(If you like white American teenagers in high school acting cheesy and listening to Coldplay then you may give this movie a higher rating)