All 14 Sony Spider-Man and Spider-Verse movies ranked from worst to best

Sony's Spider-Verse films have brought many wins but just as many losses. There have been 14 movies so far that featured characters from the Spider-Man franchise, but which is the best of the group?

Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Courtesy of Sony Pictures. ©2021 CTMG. All Rights Reserved. MARVEL and all related character names: © & ™ 2021 MARVEL
Spider-Man from Columbia Pictures' SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Courtesy of Sony Pictures. ©2021 CTMG. All Rights Reserved. MARVEL and all related character names: © & ™ 2021 MARVEL /
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Electro, Sandman and Lizard from SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME. Courtesy of Sony Pictures. ©2021 CTMG. All Rights Reserved. MARVEL and all related character names: © & ™ 2021 MARVEL /

2. Spider-Man: No Way Home

This was a film nearly 20 years in the making and is truly the pinnacle of live-action Spider-Man movies.

For the first time ever in Spider-Man's cinematic history, his identity is revealed to the world, turning his world upside down and putting those he loves in serious danger. Hoping to put the genie back in the bottle, Peter turns to Doctor Strange for help in making the world forget is secret; however, the spell does not go according to plan and ends up tearing a hole in the multiverse.

This paves the way for the ultimate crossover adventure as Sony's three live-action Spider-Men come together for the first time to face villains from the many films in the Spider-Verse franchise. It's like a family reunion for fans, with beloved faces from different Spider-Man universes coming together -- characters we never thought we'd get the chance to see ever again on the big screen, let alone together side by side.

The strength of the movie lies in the sheer joy that came from seeing these characters interact together and the clever nods to past films. I'm still not over Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man saving MJ in what was arguably one of the film's greatest callbacks and Garfield's performance in the scene was perfection, the emotion on his face speaking volumes.

The conversations between the different Spider-Men as well as the villains from the unique worlds added depth and humor, making it not just a superhero epic but a heartfelt celebration of Spider-Man's enduring legacy.