Sony has released so much footage of THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN that one guy has cut it all together to make a mini-movie.
How many clips are too many clips? Probably when you can construct a TWENTY-FIVE MINUTE MINI-MOVIE from them. That's what Vimeo user SleepySkunk has done. He has taken all of the legally, publically available footage from The Amazing Spider-Man and edited it together linearly into a short film that essentially gives you the entire movie.
Sony has already taken this offline once today. I don't know how that's possible, since the video is made up of legally available materials, but I imagine they'll do it again. The marketing on this movie has been... something else, and this short film seems to really hammer home just how lost the studio has been. They've released almost A QUARTER OF THE MOVIE as marketing.
By the way, Sony invited me to a screening of The Amazing Spider-Man that happens well after the embargo lifts. Luckily we have freelancers who have seen the movie, and we will have a review for you tomorrow/Wednesday. It ain't good.