This is the third part of a trilogy that covers the most amazing storyline ever in the Spider-Man universe. The narrative is so well developed that it's a wonder why the movie didn't get a sequel.
The plot of this movie is essentially an installment of the "The Amazing Spider-Man" comic book series. But it was written by Marc Webb and directed by Sam Raimi, the same pair who made the original Spider-Man movie. In this movie, Spider-Man becomes an Avenger who protects the Earth from various threats.
We don't really know the story of the film from beginning to end. That's because the movie doesn't have a beginning and an end, as it really doesn't make sense on that level anyway.
So what's a clear step forward for the Spider-Man franchise? It's a perfect opportunity to expand the story and tie in with the other movies, even if it means separating a bit from them. In fact, this story seems to involve the same cast that appear in the "Other Superheroes" movies. As well as other characters like Venom, a new villain, and Captain Stacy (Zack Galifianakis).
How did it happen that Spider-Man came across the street to meet Jason Statham? A car accident. He goes to get help, but only a few people turn up.
But there's no need to jump to the conclusion that this was just a dream of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) - he soon learns that another Spider-Man is on the loose. He also finds out that his best friend is in a bad shape. He becomes convinced that they need to find out who is responsible for the strange incident.
The remaining parts of the series are very well done. Webb and Raimi really capture the spirit of Spider-Man movies by combining the traditional Superhero action with some impressive special effects. Many people who watched the first film got into it because of the awesome visuals and effects.
The character of Scarlet Spider (Jacob Batalon) also seemed like a clever way to combine both Spider-Man movies and the recently announced "Venom" movie. The movie takes place two years after the events of the first Spider-Man, and there are a lot of scenes that could be directly interwoven into the Marvel Studios movies.