Overall, I'm a fan of the trend set by Christopher Nolan and his darker edgier approach to things. Spiderman unfortunately is not a character where this approach works, at all. I understand that with it being a reboot coming out so close to the last one finishing, they needed a different look and feel. Unfortunately, I feel Spiderman should be a mostly fun movie with the drama inserted in after. This movie is the opposite with spectacular action pieces spaced between and "fun" SQUEEZED in there periodically.
The most important flaw was that I rarely cared that much about the characters- with the exceptions being Uncle Ben and Aunt May who were better than the original and a surprising Dennis Leary. There seemed to be an invisible disconnect that other than the completely lifeless sound track & Emma Stone (very talented actress) but miscast here, I couldn't quite put my finger on why it had next to no mojo.
This movie's worth one look, a shrug and maybe a 2nd to confirm that it wasn't anything special.