Yes, make believe, but the biggest thrill to most that got into comics, like Amazing Spider-Man, is that thought that "what if?!" If the kid DID get bit by the spider and DID get these powers and DID invent the webshooters. It all came together, and obviously it's make believe, but if you make the web shooters organic then he should develop glands and shoot them near his butt. If not, you are changing what would happen, if it even COULD happen. And that is as silly to me as making Superman fly, because he just flys. That's all well and good for Supes, but Spider-Man, Marvel, was grounded in a "possible" reality. I want to believe that "reality" when I'm experiencing the character. Now Nolan and the Dark Knight series grounded and took Batman into a possible reality, not fantasy, and that seems to be the grandest way to take the comic book character on screen from the pages. Same would work for Spider-Man, and I betcha it works wonders. This movie will blow away the Raimi movies, because the Raimi movies just seemed like Donner Superman movies with a webbed mask. Fantasy come to life. I want to see Comic Book character superhero come to "life." And that means making it plausible in a world similar to ours.