Spider-Man

Your rating

Average rating

(12 votes)

Add your review

In order to be credited for your review and save all your ratings, please create a free account and log in. Premium membership is also available for just $12 a year, which removes all adverts, prioritises your submissions, and more.

10/10. My favorite superhero movie. I think it's one of the best all time up there with Superman (1978) and Batman (!989). "You'll believe a man can swing from a web." should've been their tagline, homage to Superman the movie. I found everyone to be great is movie particularly Tobey Maguire's chemistry with Willem Dafoe. You can believe these two as Spiderman and The Green Goblin. I loved every minute, my words can't describe how perfect I felt it was. See it for yourself, you'll love it. Spiderman truly kicked off the modern superhero movie craze not X-Men or Blade. Tobey Maguire shall always be the definitive Spider Man.

Rob245
Spider-Man mistake picture

Continuity mistake: When Peter shoots his web at his bedroom lamp and pulls it across the room, it smashes against the wall and breaks. But when Aunt May is talking to Peter from the door seconds later, the lamp is back on the dresser in one piece. (00:32:15)

More mistakes in Spider-Man

Peter Parker: Not everyone is meant to make a difference. But for me, the choice to lead an ordinary life is no longer an option.

More quotes from Spider-Man

Trivia: JJJ's secretary (the one who takes Peter's cheque) is Betty Brant, one of Peter's girlfriends in the comic books.

More trivia for Spider-Man

Question: How did webs come out of his wrist at the beginning in the cafeteria if he didn't do the gesture?

Answer: The gesture isn't to create the web, it's to actually shoot them. As such, if another method of drawing them forth is available, the gesture isn't needed. The fork's managed to get stuck to the exit point for his webs - we see what appears to be a small patch of a weblike substance, so presumably it's slightly sticky. Peter then pulls the fork, and in doing so is pulling the webs out from the spinnerets - so no need for the gesture in this case. When he then webs the tray on the next table, if you look closely, he's doing the correct gesture.

Tailkinker Premium member
More questions & answers from Spider-Man

Join the mailing list

Separate from membership, this is to get updates about mistakes in recent releases. Addresses are not passed on to any third party, and are used solely for direct communication from this site. You can unsubscribe at any time.

Check out the mistake & trivia books, on Kindle and in paperback.