CJ’s Spider-Man Opinions

CJ Smith, Staff Writer

In my opinion, I believe Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best Spider-Man film yet. Not only did it offer what most Marvel fans wanted, which was a movie featuring every Spider-man, but we also got to see most of Spider-Man villains come back.

Next on my list is Spider-Man 3 because we got to see our first fight with Venom and Spider-Man. It was also interesting to see Spider-Man fuse with Venom, causing Peter Parker to act differently than he usually would.

After that, it would have to be Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse This movie features my personal favorite Spider-Man, also known as Miles Morales. I like to call this an alternate version of how No Way Home could have ended up. Not only did we get the origin story of Miles, but we also got multiple Spider-Men along with some of Spider-Man’s most dangerous villains.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is next on my list because we got somewhat of an origin story for a new actor/version for Spider-Man. We also got to see how Iron Man had to do with helping Spider-Man become who he is.

Spider-Man (2002) would be next because it’s a classic and I love how an old movie like this can have still some of the coolest effects I’ve ever seen.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is next on my list because it showcased the aftermath of Tony Stark’s death, showing how Spider-Man slowly adjusted to life after the events of Avengers: End Game.

Spider-Man 2 would be next because we got to see the classic fight between Doc Ock and Spider-Man. I found it emotional because Spider-Man had to put an end to his villain, even though he wanted to invent just like Doc Ock wanted to.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is second to last on my list only because although I loved the Andrew Garfield version of Spider-Man, the movie was overhyped and featured a poor version of Electro.

Last on my list is The Amazing Spider-Man.I honestly didn’t like this Spider-Man movie mainly because of the pacing. Moreover, I prefer the Toby Maguire version of the origins of Spider-Man. I didn’t get as emotional with the movie like I did with the other films.