The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man ★½

There’s a scene in this movie where Peter Parker goes to see Dr. Curt Connors for some help catching a giant lizard. (Connors IS the giant lizard, but Peter doesn’t know that yet because some science prodigies are also really stupid.) Connors is in a foul mood because he’s slowly becoming a 10-foot-tall hellbeast, and he tells Peter he doesn’t have time to help him with his problem. He’s got a “new project” he’s working on and he needs “to be alone.” “If you’ll excuse me,” Connors continues, “I’m afraid I’m going to have to ask you to leave.”

He holds the door of his office to let Peter out, but then Connors is the one who actually leaves. He lets Peter stay behind in his lab; he snoops around and finds the evidence that reveals Connors is the Lizard.

So, to sum up, Character A tells Character B they have to leave, then Character A leaves and lets Character B hang around.

This movie is horrible.