>>104038146>The fight scenes were bad.
Literally the best fight scenes in any Spider-Man movie. Name one that's better. Then rewatch it and realize that you were wrong because it aged like milk.>The story was bad.
The story is the only one where Peter's actions and motives and development drive the plot, instead of him just being bounced around by villains and disasters for 90 minutes. It's the only story where he has agency, and therefore the only one that was about HIM.>Peter's character arc was bad.
His character arc is compelling and makes perfect sense. It's the first film where he even HAS a full character arc; the closest we get elsewhere is "I'M NOT SPIDER-MAN OH WAIT NOW I AM" in Spider-Man 2.
It's also the first time we actually get Peter Parker, instead of mopey monotone dindu MacGuire or boyband chad Garfield.>Spider-Man acted like a menace and endangered people's lives the entire movie.
No, he didn't. He interrupted criminals armed with dangerous alien weapons. He could have done it better, and more carefully, but it was still the heroic thing to do, and learning that ties into his character arc.
...plus, what kind of casual are you if you think Spider-Man never fucks up and makes things worse, or just gets blamed for it? That's like 50% of his daily schedule.>Peter has one of the most exciting superhero power sets and they managed to make the action dreadfully boring.
In Homecoming I can remember the ATM fight, the car chase, the ship rescue, and the plane battle.
In Raimi's stuff, I can remember the wrestler fight and the final Goblin fight in 1 and the train fight/rescue with Ock in 2. I got nothing from 3.
The Sony movies... I remember the "small knives" mugger fight for quips. That's it.>Why do people like this film?
Because it's good, and you're an idiot.