Best Spider-Man movie?

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Poll Best Spider-Man movie? (29 votes)

Spider-Man 17%
Spider-Man 2 55%
Spider-Man 3 3%
The Amazing Spider-Man 10%
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 14%

YOUR FAVORITE SPIDER-MAN MOVIE? WHY?

SHOULD SPIDER-MAN JOIN AVENGERS OR NOT?

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#1 AFBrat77
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Spider-Man should NEVER join The Avengers.....he has always been a lone wolf at heart, though short term team-ups (ala the Marvel Team-Up comics) would be ok.

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#2 mojoreb
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Hope to see TASM 2

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#3  Edited By ferrari2001
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1) Spiderman is a member of the Avengers. Read any avengers comic and he always shows up at some point as a member of the team. 2) he can't show up in the Avengers on screen because Marvel Studios does not own the rights to put Spiderman into a movie.

As to which Spiderman film I enjoyed the most... TASM 2 followed closely by Spiderman 2.

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#4 ShepardCommandr
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Spiderman 2 by a LONG shot

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#5 BluRayHiDef
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Spider-Man 2 (2004) is the best Spider-Man film by far. It's also among the top three best superhero films, in my opinion.

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#6  Edited By mattykovax
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Amazing spiderman so far(have not seen 2) its closer to the source material.

As for the avengers beyond the fact they are different studios no because it does not match up. People say spidey is a member in the comics but that is new modern he was not or just reserve from the beginning until after the 2000's so considering the movies are early timeline I say no even if the properties were at the same company.

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#7 Master_Live
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Spider-Man 2.

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#8 turtlethetaffer
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Spiderman 2. There is simply no contest. spiderman 1 was good, Spiderman 2 was just awesome Spiderman 3 was okay (nowhere near as good as the first two) and Amazing Spiderman was mediocre. Haven't seen AS2.

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#9 uninspiredcup
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Yep, Spiderman 2.

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#10  Edited By one_plum
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As can be expected, SM2 will win by a landslide.

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#11 AFBrat77
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@ferrari2001 said:

1) Spiderman is a member of the Avengers. Read any avengers comic and he always shows up at some point as a member of the team. 2) he can't show up in the Avengers on screen because Marvel Studios does not own the rights to put Spiderman into a movie.

As to which Spiderman film I enjoyed the most... TASM 2 followed closely by Spiderman 2.

I'm old school, Spidey nowadays in comics means very little, back in the 60's and 70's no way Spiderman is an Avenger, and that is how it should be.

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#12 indzman
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@ShepardCommandr said:

Spiderman 2 by a LONG shot

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#13 benleslie5  Moderator
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Spiderman 2

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#14 mattykovax
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@AFBrat77 said:

@ferrari2001 said:

1) Spiderman is a member of the Avengers. Read any avengers comic and he always shows up at some point as a member of the team. 2) he can't show up in the Avengers on screen because Marvel Studios does not own the rights to put Spiderman into a movie.

As to which Spiderman film I enjoyed the most... TASM 2 followed closely by Spiderman 2.

I'm old school, Spidey nowadays in comics means very little, back in the 60's and 70's no way Spiderman is an Avenger, and that is how it should be.

Or the 80's or the 90's for that matter unless in the 90's you count he became a RESERVE member which really meant jackshit anyway.

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#15  Edited By ferrari2001
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@mattykovax said:

@AFBrat77 said:

@ferrari2001 said:

1) Spiderman is a member of the Avengers. Read any avengers comic and he always shows up at some point as a member of the team. 2) he can't show up in the Avengers on screen because Marvel Studios does not own the rights to put Spiderman into a movie.

As to which Spiderman film I enjoyed the most... TASM 2 followed closely by Spiderman 2.

I'm old school, Spidey nowadays in comics means very little, back in the 60's and 70's no way Spiderman is an Avenger, and that is how it should be.

Or the 80's or the 90's for that matter unless in the 90's you count he became a RESERVE member which really meant jackshit anyway.

Well he did try to join the Avengers in the 70's but they asked him to subdue the hulk in order to join. He eventually thought they were against him and denied their offer to join the Avengers. So it's not like he didn't try to join the avengers early on.

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#16  Edited By mattykovax
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@ferrari2001:

or the fantastic four for that matter. My big debate is while things are modernized they are still at the beginning of the respective timelines. Of course I also bristle at the thought of the Netflix marvel series culminating with a defenders series because while it may be currently accurate a true defenders origin would be Dr strange, Hulk, and Namor.

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#17 ferrari2001
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@mattykovax said:

@ferrari2001:

or the fantastic four for that matter. My big debate is while things are modernized they are still at the beginning of the respective timelines. Of course I also bristle at the thought of the Netflix marvel series culminating with a defenders series because while it may be currently accurate a true defenders origin would be Dr strange, Hulk, and Namor.

I try to separate Marvel Studio's iteration of the current comic book heroes from the actual novels or comic book. It's clear that Marvel has taken the characters and some basic story elements but that's about it. They have almost nothing to do with any established story or timelines, so basically Marvel has free rain to create any stories or scenarios that they wish without being tied down to a specific source material. I expect them to drift farther and farther from any actual established story elements as their universe grows.

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#18 helwa1988
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Spider-Man 2 of course. It is a no brainer. But I'm surprised to see amazing Spider-Man 2 has more vote than Spider-Man. Am2 was extremely bad it was worse than am1. Possibly even worse than Spider-Man 3

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#19 mattykovax
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@ferrari2001 said:

@mattykovax said:

@ferrari2001:

or the fantastic four for that matter. My big debate is while things are modernized they are still at the beginning of the respective timelines. Of course I also bristle at the thought of the Netflix marvel series culminating with a defenders series because while it may be currently accurate a true defenders origin would be Dr strange, Hulk, and Namor.

I try to separate Marvel Studio's iteration of the current comic book heroes from the actual novels or comic book. It's clear that Marvel has taken the characters and some basic story elements but that's about it. They have almost nothing to do with any established story or timelines, so basically Marvel has free rain to create any stories or scenarios that they wish without being tied down to a specific source material. I expect them to drift farther and farther from any actual established story elements as their universe grows.

Yeah I agree. I know I say one thing because the thread asks for my opinion ,and my opinion will always be shaped by my childhood, but I try to temper that by realizing I am no longer a child and these things need to be passed on and while I can still enjoy them I have no patent on them and they will change for the the people they are currently truly aimed at.

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#20 AFBrat77
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@ferrari2001 said:

@mattykovax said:

@AFBrat77 said:

@ferrari2001 said:

1) Spiderman is a member of the Avengers. Read any avengers comic and he always shows up at some point as a member of the team. 2) he can't show up in the Avengers on screen because Marvel Studios does not own the rights to put Spiderman into a movie.

As to which Spiderman film I enjoyed the most... TASM 2 followed closely by Spiderman 2.

I'm old school, Spidey nowadays in comics means very little, back in the 60's and 70's no way Spiderman is an Avenger, and that is how it should be.

Or the 80's or the 90's for that matter unless in the 90's you count he became a RESERVE member which really meant jackshit anyway.

Well he did try to join the Avengers in the 70's but they asked him to subdue the hulk in order to join. He eventually thought they were against him and denied their offer to join the Avengers. So it's not like he didn't try to join the avengers early on.

Case in point. Teams are not his thing, he's a bit of a loner except maybe short term (see Marvel Team-Up comics). I believe he tried to join the FF before as well, though he and Johnny Storm tended to be rivals in the day.

Spider-man in The Avengers? Nah. That was probably an issue where The Avengers sales were low and they needed a boost. I kind of remember that. I also seem to remember Spidey joining a super-team in "What If?" comics line. But just not for Parker.

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#21 Legend002
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Original Spidey is still king.

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I enjoyed the first two spiderman films.

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#23  Edited By Netret0120
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Spiderman 2. No contest.

The character development was great. The pacing was wonderful. That train fight was just toooooo awesome:-P

A hero is only as good as his villain and Doc Ock was superb. He was likeable and i felt for him because he truly believed he was making the world a better place but ended up becoming a victim of his own creations.

Just a magnificent superhero film.

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#24 aGuerillaUnit
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I rewatched Spiderman 2 and 3 a couple days ago. I agree SPIDERMAN 2 IS TOP 10 BEST MOVIES OF ALL TIME, it seriously is, the pacing, actors, action scenes, everything is perfect.

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#25 Behardy24
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@FreedomFreeLife@AFBrat77: Spider Man can't join the Avengers movie wise because Sony Pictures owns the rights in making Spider Man movies. And of course Disney and Marvel Movies own the Avengers movie rights, so I doubt we will ever see a crossover. Spider Man is also the biggest money maker for Sony Pictures so they would never lead it over to Disney.

Exact same reason we will never see a X-men crossover with the Avengers. (Fox owns X-men movies)

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#26  Edited By Behardy24
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I remember my dad and me real liking Spider-Man 2, so I'll give my vote to that.

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#27 FreedomFreeLife
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Why they REBOOT Spider-Man, when everything was so good??? I mean each new Spider-Man movie is even more hater and earns less money. They should have let Raimi make Spider-Man 4.

Raimi wanted 3D, world biggest movie make. He said he can make Spider-Man 4 even better than Spider-Man 2 but Sony said: "No raimi, you do what we want or else no movie"

Raimi directed Spider-Man 1 and 2, Sony directed Spider-Man 3. Sam Raimi wanted to direct Spider-Man 4, to make best Spider-Man movie ever, but Sony did not want that, and wanted to make his own movie. So, Raimi had no controll and he left. Sony was happy and reboot this.

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#28  Edited By deactivated-5b797108c254e
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@FreedomFreeLife: If they hadn't rebooted spider-man and had continued with the old cast I would have stopped watching after 3 (Was all I could stand of that horrible no chemistry cast). Loved both reboot movies, especially the second one.

There's no accounting for taste =P

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#29 FreedomFreeLife
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@FreedomFreeLife: If they hadn't rebooted spider-man and had continued with the old cast I would have stopped watching after 3 (Was all I could stand of that horrible no chemistry cast). Loved both reboot movies, especially the second one.

There's no accounting for taste =P

I like reboot too but like 80% people say that chemistry was best in Raimi version, and Webb version is too fake, worst acting, worst score, worst villains and worst movie ever... So many people are saying that... no idea WHY

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#30  Edited By deactivated-5b797108c254e
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@FreedomFreeLife: Everybody has different tastes; that's what makes it interesting =) Although I seem to go against the majority on big movies and shows; I normally like the stuff not many people watch and not enjoy the shows everybody else seems to love. And it doesn't bother me for the most part; I don't need validations on my tastes but it does suck when my favourite shows get canned after 1 season because they're not popular and the stuff I can't watch goes on for 10+ seasons...