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In his decades of movie history, Spider-Man has consistently shown that he has what it takes to be a hero, finding strength both within himself and those around him. As such, several characters have delivered truly heroic lines throughout Spider-Man’s twenty-year cinematic history.
“Eventually they will hate you.”
Norman Osborn (Willem Dafoe) Spiderman
Norman: “Despite everything you’ve done for them, they will eventually hate you.”
Although Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin was anything but a helpful influence on Peter Parker’s life in the original Spiderman film, many of his quotes influenced the future career of the young superhero. One of those quotes warned Spider-Man that he would always be seen as an enemy of the common man.
Norman may have intended to sway Peter into villainy with this line, but instead it only made Peter more determined to prove his heroism. Despite the bad press he received, he made sure the public knew they could always trust him; that he would always be there for them, even if they didn’t want him to be. This was certainly what made him such an incredible hero and what made this a movie that still very much holds up 20 years later.
“Come on Spider-Man!”
Peter Parker (Tom Holland), spider-man: homecoming
At the climax of spider-man: homecoming, Tom Holland’s rookie hero is forced to take on Michael Keaton’s Vulture without his fancy Starktech suit. After finding himself crushed under the rubble, Peter declares himself Spider-Man, finding the strength to break free and pursue the escaping supervillain.
This scene culminates in a line where Tom Holland finally turns into Spider-Man. This moment perfectly mirrors a similar comic book scene that has often been pointed to as the moment Peter Parker became Spider-Man, setting up a parallel heroic arc between the MCU and comic book versions of the character.
“The more people I try to save, the more enemies I will make.”
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) The incredible Spider-Man 2
Of the three main live-action versions of Spider-Man, Andrew Garfield often had the toughest tests, especially in The incredible Spider-Man 2. Despite trying to be the hero that New York City needs, Peter comments that it only seems to make things worse, both for the city and for himself.
Spider-Man is such an iconic character because of his never-ending drive to always do the right thing, no matter the consequences. Saving people often means Spider-Man will only gather new enemies for himself. Yet he continues to protect innocent lives because he knows it’s the right thing to do.
“We can always choose to do the right thing.”
Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) spider man 3
Despite largely negative reviews from fans and critics, spider man 3 it still contained little nuggets of heroic wisdom. As Peter struggles with the temptations of the Venom symbiote, he finally learns a valuable lesson about doing the right thing, putting his philosophical findings into words at the end of the film.
Peter’s well-pronounced words are an echo of what his Aunt May had said to him earlier in the film. Having learned a valuable lesson from Harry Osborn’s redemption and death, Peter forgives the Sandman for killing his uncle, refusing to follow the same path that led to Eddie Brock’s death.
“It’s what we do.”
Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) Spider-Man: No Way Home
After his triumphant return in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Peter Parker’s versions of Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield attempt to guide the MCU variant after it suffers a tremendous loss. When Peter 1 thanks them for his help, Maguire’s Peter simply replies, “It’s what we do.”
One of Tobey Maguire’s best quotes as Spider-Man, this simple line had been very meaningful. Fans can parse the meaning behind Spider-Man’s various acts of heroism but, in the end, it comes down to the fact that being a hero is simply what he does.
“It’s an act of faith.”
Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse united variants of the eponymous superhero long before no way home I would do the same. In the animated film, Jake Johnson’s Peter B. Parker has some invaluable words of wisdom for Miles Morales, who is just beginning his superhero career.
These words serve to motivate Miles Morales to finally accept his new role as his world’s Spider-Man, teaching him that he will never fully become the superhero he was meant to be if he continues to doubt himself. Instead, Miles jumps with faith, knowing that he will always get up if he falls.
“You know, I guess one person can make a difference.”
Stan Lee, spider man 3
Spider-Man creator and Marvel icon Stan Lee is known for his numerous cameos in Marvel movies. However, his brief appearance in Spiderman 3 it may be his most significant cameo of all time, as he simply declares that “one person can make a difference.”
Stan Lee may have only had one line in the entire movie, but it’s still one of the most memorable. His statement asserts that all it takes is one person to change the world, pushing Peter further on his journey of choosing to be the hero he was always meant to be, despite having lost his way.
“We have to be firm…”
Aunt May (Rosemary Harris) spider man 2
May: “I believe there is a hero in all of us… who keeps us honest… gives us strength… makes us noble… and ultimately allows us to die with pride, although sometimes we have to be firm and give up to what we want most, even our dreams.
Aunt May has always been one of Spider-Man’s most loyal mentors. When Peter stops being Spider-Man in spider man 2May delivers an emotional speech, concluding that to do the right thing, true heroes will give up their greatest dreams.
May’s speech turns out to be one of the most moving scenes of any Spiderman film to date, as Peter’s wise aunt hints that she has known all along about her nephew’s identity as Spider-Man. She pushes him to once again claim the title from him to inspire the people of New York City once again.
“Anyone can wear the mask. You could wear the mask.”
Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Shameik Moore’s Miles Morales is not just one of In the Spider-Verse most memorable characters, he is also one of the most inspiring. When he finally adopts the Spider-Man mantle and mask at the end of the film, he declares that “anyone can wear the mask.”
Part of what makes Spider-Man so accessible to fans of all backgrounds is the idea that anyone could be behind his mask, ourselves included. In the Spider-Verse becomes the first film to address this fantasy, confirming that anyone can have what it takes to be Spider-Man, as long as they never give up and maintain a healthy sense of responsibility.
“With great power comes great responsibility”
Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson), Spiderman
In Spider-Man lore, Uncle Ben is most famous for his tragic death, which is indirectly the fault of his beloved nephew. In the original by Sam Raimi Spiderman In the film, Peter and Ben’s last conversation includes an iconic line from the comics, as the elderly uncle declares that “with great power comes great responsibility.”
No line, quote, or catchphrase could truly compare to the one that started it all. Originally written by Stan Lee in Spider-Man’s first appearance in 1962, this line has followed the character throughout his sixty years of adventures and has become synonymous with his heroic journey.
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