In this section, the film reveals the relationship between Richard Parker - the father of Peter and Oscorp research group that published the secret he had done for Oscorp which had made Peter’s family being chased. Harry Osborn - a longtime friend of Peter decided to pursue the ambition to change the world, became the most powerful enemy who Spider-Man had to face with.
'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' will certainly make a bazillion dollars, but after you sit through it - all 142 minutes of it - it's very hard to work up a compelling reason that it needed to exist, aside from the aforementioned bazillion dollars.
The studios and the producers have to split the difference -- between excellence and adequacy, between darkness and light, between seriousness and fun. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 might have been split too far. It doesn't taste like anything.
About the best thing one can say about this fiasco is that Webb has taken only two films to reach the same exhausted, exhausting endpoint that Raimi required three to achieve. It's progress, of a sort.