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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2315289 - MORBIUS
Dr. Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) in Columbia Pictures' MORBIUS. © 2021 CTMG, Inc. All Rights Reserved.**ALL IMAGES ARE PROPERTY OF SONY PICTURES ENTERTAINMENT INC. FOR PROMOTIONAL USE ONLY. SALE, DUPLICATION OR TRANSFER OF THIS MATERIAL IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED.** /

14. Morbius

Morbius tells the origin story of biochemist Michael Morbius who sets out on a quest to find a cure for the rare blood disease that is quickly killing him. In his search for a cure, Morbius inadvertently infects himself with a form of vampirism.

Before Morbius even hit theaters, there was a lack of excitement about the film maybe because it starred Jared Leto who had previously let us down in the DC Universe when he took on the role of the Joker. Sadly, Morbius was not exactly a redeeming role for Leto who perhaps should walk away from the superhero genre by now.

The movie's biggest issue is its pacing. It's all over the place. One minute, we're getting some half-baked origin story, and the next, we're thrown into some action sequence that feels totally disconnected. It's like they're trying to cram too much into one movie without giving anything the attention it deserves.

Overall, Morbius just feels like a missed opportunity. With Marvel setting the bar so high, this movie falls painfully short and showcases how Sony has still not yet managed to master the art of bringing a lesser-known hero to the big screen in a successful standalone feature.