Spider-Man 3

Revealing mistake: When Sandman is in the truck of sand and the cop climbs up to catch him, you can see the edge of a platform uncovered. The platform is clearly there so the cop could walk without sinking - he stops right where the platform ends.

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Revealing mistake: When Harry and Spidey fly to save MJ from Venom, Harry's face gets replaced by very obvious CGI.

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Revealing mistake: Despite the fact that the earlier movies establish that Peter's spider powers give him perfect vision, in numerous scenes throughout this movie (nearly every close up) Tobey Maguire's contact lenses are easily visible.

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Revealing mistake: When Venom knocks Spidey off the cab, he then jumps on Spidey's chest. During that moment, Eddie's face is an obvious, cheap CGI (slow motion can help but isn't essential).

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Revealing mistake: When Spidey is placing the tubes around Venom, his face is obvious CGI except for some shots of him shouting. Here, a real face (twice as big as it should) has been pasted on the CGI body, looking quite ridiculous.

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Mary Jane Watson: What's happened to you?
Peter Parker: I don't know. But I have to stop it.

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Mistakes

During the fight scene with Sandman in the armor car, the Terminal Tower can be seen in the background, which is a landmark in Cleveland, Ohio (where the scene was shot), not in New York city.

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Trivia

Stan Lee, the creator of Spider-Man, makes a cameo appearance when Peter Parker is reading about Spider-Man getting the key to the city. He is the man that walks up and talks to him.

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