This is the behind the scenes documentary that comes with The Amazing Spider-Man; it’s a solid hour and forty minutes which is, not to put to fine a point on it, way too long. The journey from making Spider-Man 4 in the Raimi series to deciding to do a reboot is an interesting bit. There’s a lengthy bit that focuses on the stunt-performers on the film and how they did some of the web-swinging stunts and it’s kind of amazing to see just how much they did with real stuntmen. But the film spends a solid, and incredibly dull, twenty minutes at the end just waxing rhapsodic about the enduring appeal of Spider-Man. You know, I know that; that’s why I have the Blu-Ray of this movie. I was hoping for more footage from, hmm, behind the scenes? In my “behind the scenes” documentary. Well, whatever. 1 ½ stars.
tl;dr – best bits of this behind the scenes documentary focus on the stunt performers; but it’s ultimately too talky and too long with not enough good behind the scenes footage. 1 ½ stars.