Despite my earlier vitriol I don't and can't hate the 2nd movie entirely.
Perhaps emotion is fogging my memory, but as far as I can recall now I don't think I've ever felt a moment as powerful as the zoom out at the end of the train fight.
Most would go for the spectacle of the fight before that or the scene where the passengers carrying and defending Spider-Man after, but my meat is in the middle of that sandwich because what would usually seem like almost comedic camera work in anything else actually worked really well here. Probably because of what Spider-Man is and is capable of.
The zoom is implied to be his common sense and spider-sense kicking into high gear causing him to become hyper aware of the danger ahead. To an almost paralyzing degree in fact, but he has to act quickly anyway because if he hesitates or flees everyone behind him unaware of what's going to happen will all die.
Let me really get into this here to flesh out what I meant by what Spider-Man is and is capable of. Normally it's in the nature of something with an early warning system to simply evade danger, to escape to safety and leave everything else behind, but Peter can't be a coward despite his instincts for self-preservation reaching superhuman levels and screaming for him to do so. Not after what happened the last time, what happened to Ben.
So in the silence of a few seconds so much was said the instant he starts making efforts to keep everyone safe while endangering himself at the forefront.