It was perhaps inevitable that with the popularity of superhero movies prior to now few years, a comedy spoofing the superhero style would be made. Oddly, whereas author/director Craig Mazin had a variety of superhero motion pictures to get inspiration from, for essentially the most part his story is just a comedian look at the first “Spider Man” film. Mazin does execute the film with a superb swift tempo (there’s seldom a lull), and with the relentless bombardment of gags, it is inevitable that a minimum of a few are funny. Whereas there are some real laughs right here, for probably the most half I didn’t chuckle that a lot. There are too many scenes of people being hit and knocked about, which will get tiresome pretty fast. Plenty of gags also really feel like they have been dreamed up and written down before a whole lot of thought was given to them – thought that may have determined that they weren’t funny gags. Additionally, the amount of scatological gags suggests that Mazin was fairly determined and couldn’t consider more gags concerning superheroes. Not the worst spoof movie that is been made, however it is a giant disappointment.