Spider-Man is 60 years old today, so we thought it was worth honoring him to rank the entire Spider-Man from the best to the worst.
It was the biggest box office of 2021, but how does No Way Home rate it as an independent film? We list all the Spider-Man films, from the 20th anniversary OG Tobey Maguire films to the Spider-Man verse and subsequent films.
There’s no reward for guessing what’s last on our list, but scroll down to see where we put No Way Home in our rankings. Then decide whether you agree with us or not.
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The previous, better Sam Raimi Spider-Man 3, a strange parody of Spider-Man movies, was widely criticized during the broadcast, and rightly so.
But over the years, partly because of the meme warehouse that developed after him, he became kinder. No movie – perhaps the Lord of the Rings or the prequel trilogy of Star Wars – has been responsible for as many GIFs and memes as Spider-Man 3. In this sense, looking at it again is a new, unique experience. When it first appeared, it was swollen and strange. In 2021, there is incredible fun.
– Mark Serrels
Where to look: Spider-Man 3 can be rented or purchased on Amazon Prime Video. After a week of free trial, it is available on Starz, which costs $ 8.99 per month.
At the first meeting, I looked at Venoma and immediately fell asleep halfway through. In the middle of a noisy, crowded cinema. I apologize to the fans of the toothed symbiote.
– Steph Panecasio
Where to look: Venom can be rented or purchased on Amazon Prime Video or broadcast via FuboTV, which costs $ 64.99 per month.
9. Poison: Let there be a massacre (2021)
Rarely is a sequel superior to the original, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage does it anyway. It’s more funny than a mile, the movement is much improved, and the overall story is significantly more engaging. Moreover, this film actually completes the story of origin that began in the first film, when our protagonist finally decides to become a “deadly protector” anti-hero Venom. If you liked the first movie, you will love this sequel. If you haven’t sold the original Venom at all, you’ll love this movie even more.
– Russell Holly
Where to look: “Let There Be Carnage” opens in the United States on October 1 and will be shown in cinemas in the UK on October 15, while Australia will have to wait until November 25.
8. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
The astonishing Spider-Man Peter’s efforts to establish himself as a rough spider man who still thinks a little about the moral compass failed in this sequel.
Peter was the most talkative and confident Spider iteration, dragging Peter into his drama, restoring their friendship when he was still a conscious teenager (not surprisingly, Harry was confused when Peter approached his door) and blowing up a poor man. with electricity. Not to mention the increasingly awkward scenes with Aunt May.
Swollen and chaotic like Maguire’s Spider-Man 3. He will give you nightmares about the Green Goblin, and not for the right reasons.
– Cennifer Bisset
Where to look: The Amazing Spider-Man 2 can be rented or purchased from Amazon Prime Video.
7. Spider-Man: Away from Home (2019)
In a post-blip world, this Spider-Man movie generally does a great job of getting back to the basics of what I love about movies. The romance and awkwardness between Peter and MJ makes the film feel really nostalgic, even though the rest of the film is sometimes more flashy than the content.
The effects are impressive, the wrapping is beautiful, and Jake Gyllenhaal is a charismatic addition to the franchise – but what interests us most are Peter and his friends. That’s why these films are developing! Yes, he swings and has crazy spider skills, but he is also a high school kid who is madly in love with his best friend. When I saw him doing it as well as as a villain controlling an element that seeks to destroy the world, and mourns the death of his mentor? I’m here for that.
– Steph Panecasio
Where to look o: Spider-Man: Away from Home can be rented or purchased from Amazon Prime Video, as well as broadcast via FuboTV, which costs $ 64.99 per month.
6. The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
I’m here to tell you that the rap of this film is quite a mid-level film, well, just a little fair.
(500) Mark Webb, who duly directed the summer days, made the first third of the film feel like a small independent film. Peter looks at Gwen from the other side of the class. ‘Til Kingdom Come, originally written by Coldplay, will play on a skateboarding scene with Johnny Cash.
Then Peter’s Spider-Man movements actually reflect the movements of a skateboard, but also look more like a spider than his colleagues. Andrew Garfield’s stuttering, jazz hands and a common favorite. Surprisingly sexy naked chest scene.
Rule some parts of this movie. Only her comedy he was not so nervous and compelled. I wish there were not so many sad deaths. Garfield is rated low and I’m glad he has another chance through his Marvel Cinematic Multiverse.
– Cennifer Bisset
Where to look: The Amazing Spider-Man can be rented or purchased on Amazon Prime Video, as well as broadcast on Starz, which costs $ 8.99 a month.
As someone who was terrified of spiders, I continued to watch it for the longest time, but it’s worth watching, despite some points where arachnophobia bites me. From the big theatrical depiction of Green Goblin to some really touching moments (Uncle Ben, I’m looking at you), everything was a journey from beginning to end.
Of course, I’m angry at some of the memes when I look at it now, but it’s a really great starting point with some impressive gestures and enough humor for a superhero movie. Sam Raimi seriously balanced stupidity – more modern superhero movies should be inspired. Not all solemn faces and fists! In general, it is worth it only for the performances of JK Simmons and Willem Dafoe.
– Steph Panecasio
Where to look: Spider-Man can be rented or purchased from Amazon Prime Video, as well as broadcast on Starz, which costs $ 8.99 a month.
4. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
It’s hard to get excited for another reboot. But when Spider-Man returned home, which brought Spider-Man to MCU, it was clear that it would be worth it. Bypassing the character’s outdated origins, the franchise provided a new feel that better served Peter Parker’s development and provided a stronger foundation for its continuation.
Peter, MJ, Ned and the rest of the crew are designed for convincing high school students – strange and still new to the world. Just as anger is built into a spider-man’s DNA with those spider-like sensations, Tom Holland introduced Peter Parker, who is lighter and almost irritating.
– Erin Carson
Where to look o: Spider-Man: Homecoming can be rented or purchased from Amazon Prime Video, as well as broadcast via FuboTV, which costs $ 64.99 per month.
3. Spider-Man: No way home (2021)
And that’s it. After all the fuss, the record-breaking trailer, the rumors of the returning villains – Spider-Man: No way home doesn’t top the list, but let’s just say it’s super, super satisfying. Basically, the culmination of two decades of Spider-Man films, he manages to serve fans, bring together a very clean plot (if you don’t pay attention and you don’t know anything about Spider-Man in general) and Tom Dutch’s Peter Parker. The mature, interesting, intricate terrain deserves to be seen as his next capture as Tony Stark. Oh, and he has his own version of Spider-Man, which refers to the Spider-Man memun. The winner.
– Cennifer Bisset
Pizza time. The second live-action Spidey adventure uses the speed set in the first film and sends Peter Parker on an incredible journey that matches the classic Spider-Man No More comic story line.
He also brags about the killer villain in Alfred Molina’s Dr. Octopus. The scene in the operating room is the classic Sam Raimi, and years later it remains completely cold-blooded. His fight with Spidey on the train is also a visual joy – I firmly felt that winning the Road to Home would bring him back.
Tie’s video game was also great. He captured the joy of a web swing around Manhattan to an unequal extent until the 2018 PS4 game.
– Sean Kin
Where to look: Spider-Man 2 is available for rent on Amazon Prime Video, as well as on Starz, which costs $ 8.99 a month.
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1. Spider-Man: Enter the verse Spider (2018)
Into the Spider-Verse is so good that we have two introductions on this topic.
Into the Spider-Verse is not the best Spider-Man film ever made, but the best superhero film ever made.
Fast firing rate, visual flourishing, razor-free scenario, perfect characterization. The Spider-Verse avoids the tropics and creates such a dense world of details that it gives numerous awards, numerous views. It is unforgettable at first glance, as well as at first glance. The perfect movie.
– Mark Serrels
Mark Serrels is absolutely right. However, “Inside the Spider-Man” is more than just the best superhero film – it is a cartoon that offers us something completely different from any other animated animation, experimenting with visual aesthetics, variable frame rates and innovative methods. market. This Spider-Man saves us from the ordinaryness of another cartoon.
It doesn’t hurt to be the only Spider-Man film that is brave enough to allow Peter Parker to grow and advance. Miles Morales forever.
– Sean Buckley
Where to look: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse can be rented or purchased from Amazon Prime Video.
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