- 10 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (51%)
- 9 Spider-Man 3 (63%)
- 8 The Amazing Spider-Man (71%)
- 7 Spider-Man (90%)
- 6 Spider-Man: Far From Home (90%)
- 5 Spider-Man: Homecoming (92%)
- 4 Spider-Man 2 (93%)
- 3 Spider-Man: No Way Home (93%)
- 2 Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse (96%)
- 1 Spider-Man: Prequel to the Spider-Verse (97%)
with a lot Spider Man Movies and multiple iterations of Peter Parker, viewers have been debating who is truly superior Spider-Man and which movie is the best. Each Spider-Man counterpart has its positive elements, whether in how the character is written and introduced, the actions they take, or how the film’s narrative creates a solid foundation for the character. But Rotten Tomatoes has its own take on which is best Spider Man movie, and has the potential to end the discussions people have had for good ever since Sony and Marvel insist on making new movies frequently.
Tobey Maguire was the first to make a name for himself as Spider-Man, as his film was the first to raise a generation of kids. Toby’s Peter Parker was a sweet, reasonably quiet teenager who graduated from high school and continued his education while doubling as a superhero. When the trilogy ended, Andrew Garfield picked up the mantle with a different version of Peter Parker’s origin story, which focused more on Peter’s interest in science than his photography skills.
Tom Holland was next in line to play Spider-Man, joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe as the hot-headed, charismatic teen eager to help save the day. A few years after Tom Holland entered the picture, Sony released Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse With Miles Morales at the helm, take charge of the next Spider-Man.
10 The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (51%)
The amazing spider-man 2 It has the worst reputation ever Spider Man film. While the film as a whole may be sub-par, the ending is one factor that makes it known as a reasonably difficult movie to watch. Gwen Stacy’s death at the film’s conclusion means acknowledging how Peter’s actions up to that point reached a difficult crossroads, which doesn’t help the movie. Without a third movie, Peter Parker was left devastated by her death, and it wasn’t until Andrew Garfield showed up Spider-Man: No way home that his counterpart Peter Parker offered him a chance at redemption.
9 Spider-Man 3 (63%)
Peter Parker is perhaps best remembered for Peter Parker’s dark clothes and his awkward strutting down the sidewalk, Spider-Man 3 It doesn’t add much to the trilogy. Peter and MJ’s relationship doesn’t get any more positive. Peter lets Spider-Man’s fame get to his head, and Mary Jane’s lack of character development doesn’t get any better than the previous two films here to justify the issues the two have. The villains don’t take the thrilling menace that follows the Green Goblin and Doc Ock, and are left to a reasonably dull conclusion.
8 The Amazing Spider-Man (71%)
Andrew Garfield’s first appearance as Spider-Man is better than its sequel, but even the first movie was below par compared to what came before and after. While Peter Parker has a sarcastic and silly attitude, the movie itself is rather boring, relying on science and a skater boy’s backstory to make the movie feel different from his Tobey Maguire counterpart. Having Peter fall for Gwen Stacy instead of MJ introduces some variety to the story. However, Peter’s discovery of his powers and the villains he encounters are never memorable enough to give the movie the life it needs.
7 Spider-Man (90%)
Tobey Maguire’s first portrayal of Spider-Man is a solid first movie. Peter Parker is a sweet but shy guy, hopelessly in love with the girl next door. Bullied and laughed at all over the school, Peter Parker is the perfect example of someone who understands the value of having powers. His discovery of his abilities provides insight into how he learned to control himself, while showing how he trains to use them to help others. His origin story, spurred on by Uncle Ben’s death, helps plunge Peter into the emotional turmoil that helps anchor the film in his attempt to follow Ben’s last piece of advice.
6 Spider-Man: Far From Home (90%)
Spider-Man: Far From Home is the perfect blend of an action movie and a love story, as Peter tries to salvage the day, deal with his lingering grief over Tony Stark’s death, and figure out the perfect time to tell MJ he likes her. The MCU’s extensive background definitely plays into the movie, as the villains depend on Tony Stark’s behavior towards them. But it’s also a wildly ambitious movie, constantly playing with the questioning of reality versus fantasy, that Mysterio can create fake monsters with real consequences.
5 Spider-Man: Homecoming (92%)
Tom Holland’s first Spider-Man movie isn’t the first time MCU viewers have seen it, as the character has already been introduced in Captain America: Civil War. but, Spider-Man: Homecoming It is based on the charismatic and enthusiastic Peter Parker, who is ready to join the Avengers, even if Tony Stark does not allow him to participate in large-scale adventures. Peter’s desire to prove himself mixes with a desire to solve the mystery of the men with dangerous weapons and stop them before they harm the innocent.
4 Spider-Man 2 (93%)
Perhaps one of the best examples of a superhero sequel, Spider-Man 2 It expands on everything the original had to offer while introducing a powerful new villain. Peter’s relationship with MJ is complicated, and he is having problems with his best friend, Harry, because he wants to kill Spider-Man for killing his father. All the while, Peter’s identity crisis and try-it-all cause him to temporarily lose access to his powers. Spider-Man 2 is a huge story of Peter trying to distinguish between his identity as Peter and his work as Spider-Man.
3 Spider-Man: No Way Home (93%)
Spider-Man: No way home is an emotional rollercoaster of Tom Holland’s Peter Parker. His secret is revealed to the world, Peter faces the repercussions of everyone he thinks is the villain in Mysterio’s story, and his visit to Doctor Strange only makes everything worse. Peter constantly deals with some sort of emotional situation throughout the movie. but Spider Man: No going home It’s also a big movie for his counterparts Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield when all three are united.
All three Peter Parker’s had a sense of closure or redemption from their respective installments, and this was the kind of event that was thrilling to witness for the first time. The ending is also much different than any previous movie, because Peter’s decision to save the world means giving up the life he’s leading.
2 Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse (96%)
Following in the footsteps of its predecessor, the animated sequel knows it needs to do justice to Miles’ role as Spider-Man. Luckily , Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse It does not disappoint in animation style, action, or narrative. The film’s epilogue states that there will be another film coming to address the film’s problems and bring the story to an end.
1 Spider-Man: Prequel to the Spider-Verse (97%)
Unmatched Spider Man film, Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse It introduces Miles Morales as the new Spider-Man, rather than another origin story for Peter Parker. When Peter Parker dies in battle, Miles Morales, the new spider-bitten kid on the block, steps up to fill his shoes. Fortunately, the new hero is not alone. When the portal wreaks havoc, Miles encounters several other versions of Spider-Man, including Peter B Parker and Spider-Gwen, who help teach Miles how best to capture the spirit and fighting style of Spider-Man.