All the male leads of the Spider-Man series - Tobey Mcguire, Andrew Garfield, and Tom Holland - have thrilled fans with their sterling performances and some high-octane action sequences. Spider-Man has probably been the most relatable superhero. Beginning with Sam Raimi's 2002 'Spider-Man,' fans have been treated to several Spider-Man productions. Given how amazing each film of the Spider-Man franchise has been, you should watch them all anyway. Let’s have a look at all of Spider-Man’s big-screen adventures, ranked from best to worst!
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Ranked: All Spider-Man Movies Ranked

Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021)
19
4
Spider-Man: No Way Home
PG-13
19
4

Peter Parker’s life turns upside down after his identity as Spider-Man is revealed. He soon approaches Doctor Strange for help, hoping that he can help him out of his situation. However, the spell goes horribly wrong, shattering the multiverse, which brings in supervillains from other universes. This forces Peter on a journey that helps him to realize what being a superhero really is about.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)
19
3
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
PG
19
3

Set in the Spider-Verse, a group of multiple universes, the story focuses on Miles Morales, a New York teen. Bitten by a radioactive spider, he now gains spider-like abilities similar to Spider-Man. Shortly after that he discovers a "Super-Collider" built by supervillain Kingpin and must now join with other Spider men and women from other dimensions to save his city. 

Director:
Rodney Rothman, Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti
Spider-Man (2002)
18
7
Spider-Man
PG-13
18
7

Brilliant but socially awkward high school student Peter Parker gets bitten by a radioactive spider on a field trip and gains spider-like abilities and super strength. Following a family tragedy, he learns to use his superpowers only for good, as he faces an evil millionaire to save his aunt, May, and his crush, Mary Jane Watson.

Director:
Awards:
MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Female Performance, MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Kiss
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
16
6
Spider-Man 2
PG-13
16
6

Despite desperate attempts to balance his life as crime-fighting neighborhood hero Spider-Man, Peter Parker's grades are falling, he loses his jobs regularly, and his love interest is engaged to someone else. Dejected, he gives up his alter ego, but eccentric scientist Dr. Otto Octavius, now tentacled villain Doctor Octopus, holds him responsible for a botched nuclear experiment.

Director:
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
17
4
Spider-Man: Homecoming
PG-13
17
4

Returning to his neighborhood after fighting alongside the Avengers, Peter Parker resumes his studies as well as crime-fighting, but after his recklessness endangers public life, his mentor, Tony Stark, confiscates his high-tech suit. However, Peter has a lead on the mysterious supervillain Vulture, who has access to powerful Chitauri technology, and must pursue him on his own.

Director:
Jon Watts
Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019)
12
3
Spider-Man: Far from Home
PG-13
12
3

Peter Parker has to step up and handle an unexpected mission when Nick Fury interrupts his European vacation. The world is threatened by massive monstrous creatures, each symbolising the four elements—fire, Earth, water and air—and Spider-Man has to don his suit, far from home, team up with Mysterio, and stop the evil forces from destroying everything.

Director:
Jon Watts
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
16
6
The Amazing Spider-Man
PG-13
16
6

In this reboot of the superhero series, teenager Peter Parker discovers information about his father's cross-species genetics research. While investigating Oscorp, where his father worked with scientist Dr. Curt Connors, he is bitten by a genetically-altered spider and gains spider-like powers. As the Spider-Man, he must evaluate his relationship with his crush, Gwen Stacy, and confront Connors' alter-ego, The Lizard.

Director:
Marc Webb
The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014)
10
9
The Amazing Spider-Man 2
PG-13
10
9

Peter Parker is busy fighting petty criminals and despite his feelings for Gwen Stacy, decides to end their relationship to keep his promise to her late father. His friend Harry inherits his father's company, Oscorp, as well as a genetic disease that eventually turns him into the Green Goblin, while the mysterious Electro emerges to threaten the city.

Director:
Marc Webb
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
14
8
Spider-Man 3
PG-13
14
8

Just as Peter Parker seems to have achieved a balance between school, love life, and his vigilante alter-ego, a new threat arises when his suit turns black, enhancing his powers and amplifying the dark side of his character. He also has to tackle his old-friend-turned-sworn-enemy, Harry Osborn, and bring to justice uncle Ben's real killer, the Sandman.

Director:
Spider-Man (0)
5
4
Spider-Man
5
4

After being bitten by a genetically altered spider, Peter Parker’s life changes as he gains superhuman powers. He is able to shoot webs out of his wrists, and also develops quick reflexes along with superhuman speed and strength. After his uncle is killed, he adopts a masked identity and begins to fight crime and injustice in New York, and eventually faces a supervillain named Green Goblin.