I’ve been a huge Spider-Man fan since I was young, from the comics, cartoons, and toys, I was hooked on the Web-Head and wanted more of his adventures, so the movies are always a true delight for me. Yes, I know that Spider-Man 2 is great, that first one is truly memorable for me even if it is cheesy, and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 really did try, but the rest are usually seen as some of the worst comic book films have to offer. I’m honestly one more Spider-Man 3 argument away from going full emo Parker myself though. Even the bad ones captured my attention. I went into each of these films with a certain level of excitement, fueled by nostalgia and by the countless pages I had read of a hero that will always be one of my favorites—even post-One More Day—but I tried so hard not to get my hopes up for this new one. Then his role in Captain America: Civil Warhappened and some successful trailers made my hop rise. I was stoked to see a new breath potentially given to the Wall-Crawler and ready for one more great adventure.