Top 10 Best Spider-Man Movies
Honestly, Spider-Man 2 was a masterpiece. Whilst the original will always be my favourite, Spider-Man 2 was flawless. It was deep, intriguing and kept you interested. The story focused mostly on Peter's struggle to accept the responsibilities of being a superhero, having to put the cities need's before his own, which meant disappointing his aunt, losing his job, not being with the one person he loves more than anything in the world. It's depressing, and Peter losing his powers means he can't sacrifice his own life anymore, he wants to be Peter Parker again. Regaining his powers is Peter realising that he is Spider-Man, and it's his responsibility to look after others, even if that meant he couldn't balance his own life anymore. This movie was a masterpiece. Spider-Man will never hit this high ever again unfortunately.
There are some pros and cons of Spider-Man 2
Cons: Almost everyone around Peter was dumping on him. The lady at the beginning who said she wasn't paying for the pizza. Harry who keeps bugging Peter about Spider-Man. He even slaps him in the face in front of everyone. Mary Jane who flirted with Peter despite being engaged and also not making things easier. Mr. Jameson who trashed Spider-Man and ruined his reputation making people think that Spider-Man is some sort of hideous freak. Honestly Peter was already having a hard time and everybody pushing him around only made things worse
Doc Ock was a sympathetic villain. He sacrifices him to save everyone else. He saved the day and he deserved a happy ending
Peter and M.J get together. Peter finally gets the girl. He finally gets to be happy after Always working. Even when he's tired and sad Mary Jane can make everything better
This movie is the greatest for me not because it's the "original", but because it gave us a perfect Spider-Man. Everything was perfect, the suit, the characters, everything. This suit is my 2nd favorite out of all of them, only behind The Amazing Spider-Man 2's, but not by far, & it is certainly better than Homecoming's suit because that looked like a kid's Halloween costume you could buy from target. Next up is the actors which were unbelievably stunning, Tobey Maguire was a legendary Peter Parker & pretty decent Spider-Man. Also Willem Dafoe is an amazing Green Goblin, he practically is the character. But of course the story is the best part of this film, they nailed the origin & never made us bored. This film is legendary, & nothing can top it for me.
All right lets clear things up. Original spider man movies are better because one simple little thing: they have heart. In other words. They were movies that get you inside the story and get you moved and involved with the characters emotions and experiences. In short: They make you care. The new spidey films are good but they are much like enjoyable cliched superhero movies. Really good action, cgi, cast and all BUT don't have that ingredient of the original ones, it doesn't make you care at least not that much. It's a pretty enjoyable film though don't get me wrong (Only the first amazing spiderman, second one sucked and you know it). Well that's how things are. Spiderman 2 is the best superhero movie perhaps ever. Tobey Mcguire made the best superhero performance perhaps ever. Period.
Spider-Man 2 was a little corny to me and the plot was a little out of sorts. Andrew Garfield also does a much better job of portraying Peter than Tobey Maguire.
Also the love interest, Gwen Stacy, was a lot better than Mary Jane- especially in Spider-Man 2. It just seemed to me that MJ only wanted to fall in love with someone who would go to her play! What the hell is up with that?
The villain, Lizard, is one of the best villains of Spider-Man to be seen on-screen to date.
Fantastic acting, fantastic plot, and fantastic character development. My favorite Spider-Man movie.
The Amazing Spider-Man series is without a doubt the best cinematic production of this Marvel superhero. I mean, come on--Andrew Garfield's skills as an actor seem far more superior to Tom Holland or Toby Maguire, no contest. The depth of his character, the dynamics--Homecoming could never compete with that, ever.
Between Tom and Toby, Holland marginally surpasses Toby Maguire. Although Tom, in Homecoming, sounded irritatingly young and squeaky in his portrayal, Toby was just... ugh. Pathetic.
Spider-Man 2 was awesome, but Homecoming is the best. They made the Vulture intimidating (and to top it all off, he's played by Michael Keaton, an actor who knows a thing or two about playing characters with wings), the Shockers were awesome, and so was Tinkerer. Basically, Homecoming was a much, MUCH better version of TAS2 and Spider-Man 3 with the multiple villains thing.
Spider-Man homecoming is the best Spider-Man movie, because we actually have some one who looks like a teenager playing the character. It also has a scene at the end which I will not spoil, that shows the true esccense of Spider-Man. We also have a great supporting cast, a terrifying villain and a third act that actually builds upon the first two acts. What can I say this is the best Spider-Man movie and we've been waiting good one for 13 years
The only reason this movie is not that high on the list is because it is new so not much people got to vote for it before. I think this a great spiderman movie. The cast is great, the story is great and everything about this movie is great. I love it so much.
Very misunderstand and underrated, this film had more heart, mature themes and complex story themes than any of the mcu films. Plus the music is so good (Harry wink) and the action scenes are some of the most creative I have seen in cinema. CGI and graphics for the most part hold up very well, particularly sandman and the symbiote effects. Brother and I love this movie, gave us a lot of happiness together, love it and forever will. 10/10 for me and equal along with the other two Raimi films. Tobey is Spiderman to me, and I don't think that will change in live action.
This is the second best out of all of them. This movie needs to stop getting so much dislikes. I know that this film has maybe one or two unnessary scenes like Emo Peter Parker and the jazz club scene but blame don't Sam Raimi, blame Sony/Columbia. They did not want to do Sam Raimi's idea. They wanted to do they're way. But still this movie is still pretty good. This is a LOT better than The Amazing Spider-Man and The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
It's the best. Probably the first movie to show the true characteristics of comic book spiderman - the humour, the tone and the animation style is a tribute to original marvel comics. It's what a spiderman movie should be...
Clearly a better version of Miles. This is legit the best spiderman movie ever made, love the unique animation and story and one of the things besides the action that made this movie awesome was its comedy. Damn this movie was amazing
It's the best-reviewed Spider-Man movie of all time, sitting with a 97% on Rotten Tomatoes. Spider-Man 2, better start brushing your throne off for the new number 1 Spider-Man movie of them all.
Worst spidey film yet. It's cheesy, it's so off limit, and it's a movie that throws so many things in one film. It doesn't explain what the main point it. It's about so many things: Peter and Gwen's romantic problems (I actually knew that Gwen was gonna die like in the comics, but sadly it was too early to kill her), Harry's suffering after the death of Norman Osborn (his Goblin Costume looks disgusting), Electro's bad luck (Jamie Foxx is not a good decision to play electro), and some random things about The Sinister Six project. And the deleted scene had Norman Osborn's head in a tank and Mr. Fierce aka The Gentleman replied "Wake up my old friend." It's a grim scene that Sony took that off just for random reasons. Oh! And Felicia Hardy was just there. Very random. Also, I was disappointed that Rhino didn't have that much screentime. I did expect Rhino to get his big screen debut. But we just got a short screentime Rhino, who has a somewhat robot design that's nothing to the comics. Costume sucks anyways. If there's good things I can say about this film, at least the costume for Spider-Man looks decent. But that's really about it. One last note, the music is a total ripoff to a Star Wars game called: The Force Unleashed. That's dumb too. And finally, I'm not a fan of Andrew Garfield's performance as Peter Parker/Spider-Man.
Bottom line, bad film. I give it a 1/10. Sorry fans.
I know this is never out yet. But let me put my excitements why this will be great. First of all: It's taking place after the Infinity War events. Spider-Man will come back after Thanos' defeat by Captain Marvel. Second: Spider-Man is going on a few trips from New York with a few Avengers for their new mission. Third: Spider-Man will have a few problems and suffer after the death of his mentor, Iron Man (it's probably just rumors), or maybe having a horrible backstory of his Uncle Ben being killed by someone he doesn't know who. And finally the best is yet to come: The Villain they're bringing to the screen is Mysterio. He's the villain we've all been waiting for. Mysterio deserves to be on the screen. Every Spidey fans would love to see how Mysterio can look on the big screen. Jake Gyllenhaal's role as Quentin Beck will be so great for how he will become the master of illusions. This will be great. So yeah! I'm really excited.
Spider-Man No Way Home is the best Spider-Man movie of all time, shouldn't even be a debate at this point! Easily number 1!
Has anyone seen this so much wow and twists. But it does let you know the cinematic universe is expanding.
It's a mix of what we love from Spider-Man in one movie in a way so it works! How can you not love this movie?
Is it a great movie no but it is not bad Nicholas Hammond is pretty good as Peter Parker and you can tell all of the actors are having fun. This film is just a good time not the best but not bad and I would only recommend this to someone that really loves Spider man
We do not speak of this film.