@Flint Marko: I can't help but appreciate serving you a favor in making you laugh, and this laugh of J.K. Jameson is ever stunning. But I still stand by what I said now, I expect to keep thinking this way when I do watch it again sometime later, and for years to come. Andrew's Peter stole an idea card for one day, in a situation of awkwardness and messed up reaction, and he's haunted for that. Tom's Peter stole chemicals from school to make his web fluid, stole Flash's car without any awkwardness behind it, crashed it, and deserted it, but that's ok for some reason. Andrew's Peter is a cocky jerk for webbing a car thief to a wall, head up toes down, and by the ground. Peter Parker in the comics tormented thieves and muggers on multiple occasions,suspended a floor up, head down toes up. and I'm thinking of the good runs. Tom's Peter pulled a guy's head with his web and hit it hard on the top of his car, that could break the man's neck and crack his skull, but that's excused cause... Oh, and he webbed Donald Glover's hands to his car trunk and tried to scare. By definition given to Andrew's Peter this is a jerk, but he's excused. Andrew's Peter stalks Gwen for walking in school and randomly passing by her, but he took one picture. And then he was a stalker for knowing where Gwen dined with friends. Tom's Peter stared in a creepy way at Liz Allan, more than once, kept staring. That time after they got along he told her he wouldn't go to the pool cause he's busy, but he stood high and stared at her. By definition given to TASM's Peter, that is a stalker, and Tom really is creepier. Andrew's Peter is considered a jerk for the basketball scene with Flash, it's harmless fun. Tom's Peter stole Flash's car and wrecked it, yeah, I mention this again. He also skipped school, broke a couple of fences instead of leaping over them, broke some accessory lights, jumped into a pool crashing a party. By definition given to Andrew, this guy is worse, but he's excused.... So please, tell me again how funny I am, while I'm sitting here watching this movie a second time, reaffirming for me why I shouldn't change my mind about it. @ObserveCreative: I have no disrespect for Tom Holland or Henry Cavill as actors, one of them proved he can act in the right environment both in and out of the comic book movie he starred in, the other one was dealt a very bad hand in the material he was given, and the direction he was taken to.