Plot hole: The whole premise of the movie is that due to a botched spell, people who happen to know that "Peter Parker is Spider-Man" are pulled inside this universe. It's a bit of a stretch already that amongst those people is...Peter Parker himself, twice over, but let's say it makes sense. The problem is that Jamie Foxx's Electro does not meet this condition; he never found out. You could say it's a retcon or it's a different universe from the original movie's, but even this cop-out explanation is negated by the movie itself when Max Dillon makes a joke that shows that he didn't know Spidey's identity or even race.
1/10. Who thought this was a good idea? Nothing more than corporate greed. I'm sick of the MCU and its need to connect all the movies together. Tom Holland does the wussiest take on Spider-Man I've ever seen. Both Tobey MacGuire and Andrew Garfield seem embarrassed to be seen in this schlock fest. Between Holland, Zendaya, and Jacob Batalon, this is worst trio I've ever seen. They'll soon be doing nothing but junk once this franchise is done just like the key trios of Star Wars, Scream, and Harry Potter for the most part. The villains are wasted with the ludicrous idea of "curing"them.
Green Goblin: Poor Peter... too weak to send me home to die.
Peter Parker: No. I just wanna kill you myself.
Green Goblin: Attaboy!
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