You know, I think both the Raimi films and MCU films are largely similar in that they are entirely dependent on their villains.
Maguire looks like shit, his acting is shit, MJ is a bitch, and Harry is an emo loser. HOWEVER, Dafoe and Molina do fucking wonders as Norman and Otto. They're absolutely perfect in their roles. When you get to the third movie, the only character who is somewhat enjoyable is Sandman, mainly for the scene of him directly after his accident.
In the MCU, the overreliance on MCU connections (Stark, references to other movies, Fury, SHIELD, etc.) largely restrict Peter from being his own character. Keaton is a fantastic villain as Toomes, and the scene of him driving Peter and Liz to Homecoming is amazing. Gyllenhaal's Beck is great, especially when you view his shoddy acting in the first half of the movie as him deliberately making Quentin Beck a dogshit actor, since he's a tech/VFX master, not an actor. Also, the illusion sequence in Berlin is breathtaking.
Overall, in both the Raimi and MCU films, these movies are completely carried by performances by veteran actors as tremendous villains. The rest? Pretty bad, honestly.