1. The Amazing Spider-Man second suit
There were many, many problems with The Amazing Spider-Man franchise. The second movie was too cramped, the "untold" storyline about Peter's parents led nowhere, and Sony was so focused on setting up an interconnected world of projects that it forgot to tell a memorable Spider-Man story that could stand on its own. However, there was one saving grace amidst all of the chaos, and it was Andrew Garfield's last suit.
Not only is this the best the wall-crawler has looked on the big screen in terms of special effects, but also in terms of design. The big, wide lenses give Spidey a very amiable look, making him truly seem like a friendly neighborhood hero. Furthermore, the web pattern stands out just enough to give the whole suit different textures while avoiding looking too similar to Tobey Maguire's costume. Finally, the red and blue tones are perfect as well - not too bright, but not too dark either. To put it simply; there's nothing wrong with this design at all.
The suit is just delightful to see, and it was also put to great use with the movie's opening swinging sequence. The two of them combined make for two minutes of perfect Spider-Man action that never fails to put a smile on my face.
The web-slinger is as popular as superheroes get. With such a big fanbase, it is normal for people to have opposing opinions about him and his different adaptations. However, almost everyone agrees this is the best Spidey has ever looked on the big screen, and that's saying something. Too bad the movie itself didn't have the same care and love put into it as the costume did, or maybe Andrew Garfield would still be around as the MCU's one and only Spider-Man.