Allow me to explain my points.>>94158019
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I have been a Spidey fan for as long as I can remember, I grew up with the 90s animated series. I read comics here and there but really got hooked when 'Ultimate Spider-Man' came out.
That was 'muh Spider-Man' for me. Though I did come to love the storylines and various ways Peter was utilised in 616, but Ult Peter was my Peter.
Now as for the Raimi films, loved them. You can see if you're a fan of Golden/Silver Age Spidey, that those films (with the exception of 3) are an outright love letter to that era and beautifully done.
My favourite though was ASM2, as that was more based on the modern UIt Spidey and the one I read as a teen so of course I loved it. I even loved ASM1 but could see the flaws, though ASM2 gave us the perfect suit, and the perfect Spidey, and Garfield really upped his game when it came to Peter. As this exchange:>"I was cleaning the chimney.">"We don't have a chimney...">"Whaaaaaat?"
Just reminded me of the comic "Okay Peter, trust your instincts..." "Peter? Are you there?" "INSTINCTS BAD!"
As well as the fact that he tried to talk down Electro first and throughout the film WAS the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man.
In Homecoming? We have a Peter who carries none of the responsibilities, has no real weight upon him and everything about him was created by Tony Stark.>Tony is his idol.>Tony gave him the suit.>Tony saves him constantly throughout the movie.>Tony even gives him the 'Friendly Neighbourhood Spiderman' mantle.>Amazing scene that was reminiscent of 'Spider-Man 2', no wait, Peter still fails and Tony saves the day as of course he does.
Peter was literally pathetic throughout the entire film, and not even dorky charming (like Maguire's Peter) just pathetic, he was not one ounce of what Spider-Man should be.