You may remember Andrew Garfield in the movie The Social Network, but this role is a whole different ballgame.

Can he maintain the image that is required for a Spider-man character/Peter Parker, after all there are to be two more follow-ups to The Amazing Spider-man that was released on July 3rd,2012.

The movie itself has a bit of a different look, new actors, plenty of groove and a lot of action yet pretty much the same story line. Guy gets bit by spider, gets super powers, turns into super hero, meets girl, fights bad guy etc...

I was quite taken by the cast in the film which stars Martin Sheen, Sally Field, Denis Leary,and the eye-candy actress herself Emma Stone ( I might add she will be gracing the August Issue of Vogue Magazine in the UK) who accepted the challenge of the role with real-life co-star boyfriend Andrew Garfield.

I wondered before watching the film, what else can you do with Spider-Man except replace the actor who plays the role of the illustrious super hero? Must say I was quite pleased with the film and look forward to the next installment.

Maybe a little off from the Marvel comic book, but hey, it's making a killing at the box office.

You may or may not know at the end of the credits of the Marvel Comic Super hero movies there is an extra scene which should lead you toward the next movie of the sequence. This movie was no different and did just that, it left us hanging.

Brett Martin, movie critic and my younger brother who is a long-time member of the BFCA (Broadcast Film Critics Association). He has interviewed nearly every A-list movie star in the past 10 years. I have linked his name for other reviews for your viewing enjoyment. Here's his take on The Amazing Spider-Man.