Before Spider-Man Far From Home, all Spider-Man films ranked


A common man who is protecting his family? The size of Venom is probably the first thing one notices while reading comics involving the character. The bite gave him powers of a humanoid spider and a muscular body. Advertising

Spider-Man 3

This film was the live-action debut of Venom, one of Spidey’s best villains (if not *the* best) and it was so underwhelming that it felt like a PG 13 version of the massive, hulking comic-book Venom. Popular Photos

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Spider-Man 2

The one nearly perfect film on Spider-Man, Spider-Man 2 surprisingly managed to better its predecessor. Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus was a sympathetic bad guy who went crazy after he lost everything. His teeth were like a baby shark’s instead of the usual otherworldy set of huge canines and his size was the same as Spider-Man. Due to his boyish face and higher voice, Holland really did look and sound 15. Garfield played the role in the the character’s trademark cocky way, uttering one-liners while fighting baddies, but also displaying sensitivity. His take felt fresh and different from both Maguire and Garfield. It is not a co-incidence that MCU’s Spider-Man skipped the character’s origin story altogether. It would have felt redundant. He is just an everyman with a little alien technology at his disposal. The action scenes and CGI still hold well after all these years (it won the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects). Peter Parker in this film felt more like his comic-book counterpart. The film still does not feel dated after 17 years of its release. Spider-Man: Homecoming

Tom Holland’s brief appearance as Spidey in Captain America: Civil War was a revelation. Every single frame appears like it is handcrafted, every scene whether it is action-packed or sombre, has distinctive touches that make the visual experience unique. The action scenes are some of the best you will ever see — animation or otherwise. It is visually stunning. The story is funny, heartfelt, poignant, and still the classic Spider-Man story. Whatever the faults of Tom Hardy’s Venom, the look of the character was on point. The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man was quite lovable and comic-accurate, but the second film was woefully overstuffed, with no less than three villains. The film feels earnest and innocent. As it is often said in an Indian political context, “Never underestimate a common man”. He is much bigger than a human. The Amazing Spider-Man

Quite a decent film, especially considering how soon it came after Tobey Maguire’s trilogy. 0
Comment(s) The film also boasted of one of MCU’s best villains, Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes or Vulture. Adrian Toomes is an ordinary person. Who wouldn’t? He could also swing through the powers of web that, unlike in comics, came from his own wrist and not from a gadget. Peter Parker leaves for a European vacation with his friends and comes face-to-face with Elementals and Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio, who has come from another dimension. He turns to crime to support his team and family. Advertising

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s release is around the corner. He is not an evil sorcerer, a cackling demon, or an all-powerful alien with world-conquering designs. Like all the best superhero movies, the villain was solid. It was because Spider-Man had done it so well. Spider-Man 3 was also ridiculed for other stuff. The film was pretty dark, but also extremely funny. Andrew Garfield’s web slinger was arguably more accurate to the lore than Maguire’s was. Special mention
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

While this film is not live-action, but it is simply the best Spider-Man film ever made. Nothing could be deadlier. It is the sequel to 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming. Before watching the movie, let’s rank all the previous live-action Spider-Man films. Peter in one scene is partially controlled by the symbiote and capers playfully on the street and also suddenly remembers he knows how to play a piano. An origin story of one of most loved superheroes, Spider-Man had Tobey Maguire’s Peter Parker being bitten by a genetically engineered spider. It also had the perfect balance of humour and darkness. The film continues the adventures of Tom Holland’s wall-crawler after the world-altering events of Avengers: Endgame. Spider-Man

The film that kicked off the modern age of superhero movies with their computer-aided visual effects. It didn’t help that the plot was a mess too and despite some impressive set pieces, the film felt flat.