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* TeeteringOnTheEdge: t the end of the iconic subway fight scene, Peter places himself at the front of the train and uses his webbing in order to slow the train down. He just ''barely'' manages it, with the front of the train almost going over.

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* TeeteringOnTheEdge: t At the end of the iconic subway fight scene, Peter places himself at the front of the train and uses his webbing in order to slow the train down. He just ''barely'' manages it, with the front of the train almost going over.

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* TeeteringOnTheEdge: t the end of the iconic subway fight scene, Peter places himself at the front of the train and uses his webbing in order to slow the train down. He just ''barely'' manages it, with the front of the train almost going over.


* MadeOfIron: Considering his lack of super-strength, Dr. Octavius survives quite a pummeling in all of his fight scenes with Spider-Man. In addition to the blows from Spidey's super-powered fists, he also gets smashed against a taxi hard enough to dent it and falls 20 stories onto an 'L' train car, all with no injuries.

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* MadeOfIron: Considering his lack of super-strength, Dr. Octavius survives quite a pummeling in all of his fight scenes with Spider-Man. This is a ''perfectly normal human being'' outside the metal arms! In addition to the blows from Spidey's super-powered fists, he also gets smashed against a taxi hard enough to dent it and falls 20 stories onto an 'L' train car, all with no injuries.


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**Similarly, whenever Peter's powers give out, it usually means he's unable [[HowDoIShotWeb to shot web]], leaving him to plummet from downtown building rooftop heights and smash face first into cars and pavement over and over and over. You'd think if the webs aren't working, neither would the SuperStrength and SuperToughness. He should be ''ultra''-dead.


** Apparently when Peter was a young boy, he distrusted his Aunt May after his mother died. But in the reconciliation scene, he begins to wonder if May knows his secret. In that same scene, because he moves a desk with ease, that's what prompts him to try and jump the gap between two buildings, thinking his powers have returned. He doesn't fall on a car, though.

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** Apparently when Peter was a young boy, he distrusted his Aunt May after his mother died. But in the reconciliation scene, he begins to wonder if May knows his secret. In that same scene, because he moves a desk with ease, that's what prompts him to try and jump the gap between two buildings, thinking his powers have returned. He doesn't fall on a car, though.



* AlmostKiss: Between Peter and Mary Jane at the coffee shop, until Doc Ock cockblocks by throwing a car through the window, then kidnapping Mary Jane.



* DamselOutOfDistress: Aunt May, of all people! When she is captured by Octavius in the building wall fight, she makes sure he knows that she's not going down without a fight by smashing the end of her umbrella into his face. Sure, NeverMessWithGranny, indeed.

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* DamselOutOfDistress: Aunt May, of all people! When May starts as a DamselInDistress when she is captured by Octavius in the building wall fight, fight. But then, seeing Octavius preparing to skewer her nephew with a blade in one of his tentacles, she makes sure he knows that she's not going down without a fight by smashing the end of her umbrella into his face. Sure, NeverMessWithGranny, indeed.face, throwing off his aim enough for Peter to miss.



* NoodleIncident: When the garbageman brings in the Spidey suit, J. Jonah Jameson's reaction is "Don't tell me you have the head of an extraterrestrial, 'cause if you do, you're the third one this week."

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* NoodleIncident: When the garbageman brings in the Spidey suit, J. Jonah Jameson's reaction is "Don't tell me you have the head of an extraterrestrial, 'cause if you do, you're the third one guy this week."



** Peter after [[BroughtDownToNormal losing his powers]] runs into a burning building to save a child. However, without his powers, he is nowhere as heroic as he would've been. He is a lot weaker, needs more than one push to break down a door and nearly dies due to suffocation and breathing in soot (The [[ZigzaggedTrope trope gets slightly zigzagged]] as, the kid helps him get back up when he nearly falls to his death at one point). Once he is out, he is in very bad shape and hooked to an oxygen mask and coughing. One of the firefighters congratulates him for his bravery, only to find out that at least one more person was still trapped in one of the higher floors, who couldn't make it out. Despite Peter's HeroicWillpower, without his ''actual'' super powers, he couldn't save everyone.
* RealityIsUnrealistic: The reason the scene in which Jameson parades around in the Spider-Suit was taken out. It turns out that J.K. Simmons actually was [[HeroicBuild athletic]] enough to fit the suit without it looking silly.
* ReCut: An extended cut of the film, titled ''Spider-Man 2.1'', was released in 2007. The cut contains 8 minutes of extra scenes, as well as some alternate takes of scenes that were in the theatrical cut (such as the elevator scene, a scene of J. Jonah Jameson romping around on his desk in the Spider-Man suit, and some extra footage added to the bank and train fights).

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** Peter after [[BroughtDownToNormal losing his powers]] runs into a burning building to save a child. However, without his powers, he is nowhere as heroic as he would've been. He is a lot weaker, needs more than one push to break down a door and nearly dies due to suffocation and breathing in soot (The [[ZigzaggedTrope trope gets slightly zigzagged]] as, the kid helps him get back up when he nearly falls to his death at one point). Once he is out, he is in very bad shape and hooked to an oxygen mask and coughing. One of the firefighters congratulates him for his bravery, only to find out be then told by another colleague that at least one more person was still trapped in one of the higher floors, who couldn't make it out. Despite Peter's HeroicWillpower, without his ''actual'' super powers, he couldn't save everyone.
* RealityIsUnrealistic: The reason the scene in which Jameson parades around in the Spider-Suit was initially taken out. It turns out that J.K. Simmons actually was [[HeroicBuild athletic]] enough to fit the suit without it looking silly.
silly, which is why it was restored in the extended cut.
* ReCut: [[https://www.movie-censorship.com/report.php?ID=3864 An extended cut of the film, film]], titled ''Spider-Man 2.1'', was released in 2007. The cut contains 8 minutes of extra scenes, as well as some alternate takes of scenes that were in the theatrical cut (such as the elevator scene, a the scene of J. Jonah Jameson romping around on his desk in the Spider-Man suit, an additional scene of Mary Jane that explains why she's marrying John, and some extra footage added to the bank and train fights).


** Harry wonders if Quest, Oscorp's biggest rival, hired Spider-Man to discredit his company.
** Hoffman is the ad manager for the ''Daily Bugle''. This is why Jameson is always asking him to patent names for super villains invented by the Bugle. The third film more firmly established this on-camera.
** Betty Brant ensures the garbageman is paid more for the Spidey suit than Jameson was willing to shell out. In a scene omitted from the film but restored in the extended cut, the night staff at the ''Bugle'' say that Jameson wears the suit, striking mock heroic poses when he thinks no-one's watching. He even walks onto his desk, sticking paper clips to a lamp like it were webbing. Also, the DA's office want the suit to verify it's the real thing, but Jameson won't hear of it.

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** Harry wonders if Quest, Quest Aerospace, Oscorp's biggest rival, hired Spider-Man to discredit his company.
** Hoffman is revealed to be the ad manager for the ''Daily Bugle''. This Bugle'', which is why the reason Jameson is always asking him to patent names for super villains invented by the Bugle.supervillains. The third film more firmly established this on-camera.
** Betty Brant ensures the garbageman is paid more for the Spidey suit than Jameson was willing to shell out. In a scene omitted from the film but restored in the extended cut, the night staff at the ''Bugle'' say that Jameson wears the suit, striking mock heroic poses when he thinks no-one's watching. He even walks onto his desk, sticking paper clips to a lamp like it were webbing. Also, the DA's District Attorney's office want the suit to verify it's the real thing, but Jameson won't hear of it.



** Part of what fuels Harry's depression is the scientists who witnessed the failed fusion experiment were thinking of suing Harry, because it was funded by Oscorp's money. It also bothers him to see MJ with another man, just like Peter.

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** Part of what fuels Harry's depression is the scientists who witnessed the failed fusion experiment were thinking of suing Harry, because it was funded by Oscorp's money. It also bothers him to see MJ Mary Jane with another man, just like Peter.



* BadVibrations: Octavius generally makes his presence known by loud thuds from his tentacles long before he shows himself.

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* BadVibrations: Octavius generally makes his Octavius's presence known is usually announced by the loud thuds from of his tentacles long before he shows himself.



* BigNo: Octavius lets out a particularly narmful out when he sees the murder and destruction his tentacles have wreaked while he was unconscious, [[spoiler:and then lets another one out as he is dragged underwater with his overloading fusion machine. The second one manages to be fairly tragic, as he had just made his HeelFaceTurn and his last comment was a pledge not to die a monster, with his "NO!" reaffirming this as he sacrifices his life.]]

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* BigNo: Octavius lets out a particularly narmful out when he sees the murder and destruction his tentacles have wreaked while he was unconscious, [[spoiler:and then lets another one out as he is dragged underwater with his overloading fusion machine. The second one manages to be fairly tragic, as he had just made his HeelFaceTurn and his last comment was a pledge not to die a monster, with his "NO!" reaffirming this as he sacrifices his life.]]



* BondOneLiner: To make a temporary escape from Spidey, Octavius uses one of his tentacles to open up the train's throttle to maximum speed, then rips it out and tosses the handle to Spidey.

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* BondOneLiner: To make a temporary escape from Spidey, Octavius uses one of his tentacles to open up the train's throttle to maximum speed, then rips it out so the motorman can't apply the brakes and tosses the handle to Spidey.



* CallBack: In the first film, Spider-Man attempts to save a woman from a burning building, but it turns out to be Green Goblin wrapped in a blanket and shrieking in falsetto. In this film, Peter - temporarily powerless - braves another burning building to save a child who is wrapped in a blanket, which happens to be green. Get it?

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* CallBack: In the first film, Spider-Man attempts to save a woman from a burning building, but it turns out to be the Green Goblin wrapped in a blanket sets an apartment building on fire, and after Spider-Man rescues a baby, he is lured back in by the Green Goblin shrieking in falsetto. In this film, Peter - temporarily powerless - braves another burning building to save a child who is wrapped in a blanket, which happens to be green. Get it?



* CasualDangerDialog: In the final scene, [[spoiler:where Peter is unmasked and rushes to save MJ from a falling object.]]

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* CasualDangerDialog: In the final scene, [[spoiler:where climax, [[spoiler:as Peter is unmasked and rushes to save MJ from a falling object.]]



** JJJ is ''finally'' convinced that Spider-Man is a hero and was really fighting for the good guys this entire time... up until Spidey takes back his superhero suit from JJJ's office, causing him to accuse Spider-Man of being a thief, [[RuleOfFunny which is funny]], given that Jonah ''scammed the goddamn suit'' off the guy who found it.

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** JJJ is ''finally'' convinced that Spider-Man is a hero and was really fighting for the good guys this entire time... up until Spidey takes back his superhero suit from JJJ's office, causing him to accuse Spider-Man of being a thief, thief. [[RuleOfFunny which is funny]], Weird]], given that Jonah ''scammed the goddamn suit'' off the guy who found it.



* DoubleTake: JJJ does one when he yells "HOFFMAN!", only for Hoffman to pop up right next him.

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* DoubleTake: JJJ does one when he yells "HOFFMAN!", only for Hoffman to pop up appear out of thin air right next to him.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Octavius manages to get Spider-Man weakened enough that the citizens attempt to pull a GoThroughMe to protect the latter. Instead of simply slaughtering or harming them, he affably opts to push them out of his way to focus on Spider-Man instead. Granted, this is right after Doc-Ock nearly got everyone on said train killed in the first place, but having to do the deed personally was likely not something he wanted to do.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Octavius manages to get Spider-Man weakened enough that the citizens train passengers attempt to pull a GoThroughMe to protect the latter. Instead of simply slaughtering or harming them, he affably opts to push them out of his way to focus on Spider-Man instead. Granted, this is right after Doc-Ock nearly got everyone on said train killed in the first place, but having to do the deed personally was likely not something he wanted to do.



* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Averted, with the death of Mrs. Octavius. Jagged glass flew at her at incredible speeds, and yet Otto found an intact, wholly recognizable body. On the other hand, while the exact fate of the last nurse Doc Ock dragged under the table is not shown, one has a feeling she isn't screaming in fear of being knocked out.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Averted, with the death of Mrs. Octavius. Jagged glass flew flies at her at incredible speeds, and yet Otto found an intact, wholly recognizable body. On the other hand, while the exact fate of the last nurse Doc Ock dragged under the table is not shown, one has a feeling she isn't screaming in fear of being knocked out.



* ICallHerVera: Creator/AlfredMolina gave pet names for the four mechanical tentacles. Harry and Larry were the bottom two, Moe was the top right one and Flo was the top left one.
* IgnoredEpiphany: Jameson was about to admit that he was wrong about Spider-Man after the latter's absence. When [[HesBack Spider-Man gets his Powers back]], [[LastSecondWordSwap he changes his speech in mid-sentance]], [[StatusQuoIsGod going back to his usual demeanor.]]
--> '''J. Jonah Jameson:''' Spider-Man...was a hero. I just couldn't see it. He was a...[looks to see that Spider-Man has stolen back the suit]...A THIEF! A CRIMINAL! He stole my suit! He's a menace to the entire city! I want the wall-crawling arachnid PROSECUTED! I want him strung up by his web! [[SkywardScream I WANT SPIDER-MAN!!!]]

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* ICallHerVera: Creator/AlfredMolina gave pet names for the four mechanical tentacles. Harry and Larry were are the bottom two, Moe was the top right one and Flo was the top left one.
* IgnoredEpiphany: Jameson was is about to admit that he was wrong about Spider-Man after the latter's absence. When [[HesBack Spider-Man gets his Powers powers back]], [[LastSecondWordSwap he changes his speech in mid-sentance]], [[StatusQuoIsGod going back to his usual demeanor.]]
--> '''J. Jonah Jameson:''' Spider-Man...was a hero. I just couldn't see it. He was a...[looks to see that Spider-Man has stolen back the suit]...A THIEF! '''THIEF!''' A CRIMINAL! He stole my suit! He's a menace to the entire city! I want the wall-crawling arachnid PROSECUTED! I want him strung up by his web! [[SkywardScream I WANT SPIDER-MAN!!!]]



** Aside from parts of the '''1''' train north of 116th street, all subway lines in Manhattan are buried underground[[note]]There used to be elevated lines, but these were all buried or demolished by the 1950s[[/note]].

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** Aside from parts of the '''1''' train north of 116th street, all subway lines in Manhattan are buried underground[[note]]There used to be elevated lines, but these were all buried or demolished by the 1950s[[/note]]. There are miles of elevated tracks in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Queens, but those tend to be way less scenic.



** There are no New York City Subway cars in active service that have blinker doors. All cars on the active fleet have sliding doors. Even if there were blinker door cars, they'd have to be paired with a set of cars that have sliding doors to maintain ADA compliance.
** For the record, the sequence itself was actually shot on the Chicago [[UsefulNotes/ChicagoL 'L' system]], using a train of (now-retired) 2200 series cars.

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** There are no New York City Subway cars in active service that have blinker doors. All [[http://www.chicago-l.org/multimedia/Spiderman2/images/Spiderman2-2200s01.jpg fold-in doors]], when [[http://www.nycsubway.org/perl/show?98544 New York City Subway cars on the active fleet that are currently used in revenue service]] have sliding doors. Even if there were blinker door cars, they'd have to be paired with a set of cars that have sliding doors to maintain ADA compliance.
** For the record, the sequence itself This whole scene was actually shot filmed on the Chicago [[UsefulNotes/ChicagoL UsefulNotes/ChicagoL, and at one point, station signs for one of the Loop 'L' system]], using a train of (now-retired) 2200 series cars.stations can be seen that weren't covered up for filming.



* NeverMessWithGranny: Aunt May, especially when she has an umbrella.

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* NeverMessWithGranny: Aunt May, especially when she has an umbrella.May uses her umbrella to break Octavius's glasses and get him to drop her.



** A nice group example of the snared up police car, seconds before "...it's a ''web''!!"

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** A nice group example of the snared up when a police car, car goes airborne, flying at a crowd of defenseless pedestrians, and then...it stops mid-flight. It takes a few seconds before for the group to realize "...it's a ''web''!!"



* ReCut: An extended cut of the film, titled ''Spider-Man 2.1'', was released in 2007. The cut contains 8 minutes of extra scenes, as well as some alternate takes of scenes that were in the theatrical cut (such as the elevator scene, a scene of J. Jonah Jameson romping around on his desk in the Spider-Man suit, or some extra footage in the train fight).

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* ReCut: An extended cut of the film, titled ''Spider-Man 2.1'', was released in 2007. The cut contains 8 minutes of extra scenes, as well as some alternate takes of scenes that were in the theatrical cut (such as the elevator scene, a scene of J. Jonah Jameson romping around on his desk in the Spider-Man suit, or and some extra footage in added to the bank and train fight).fights).



* RooftopConfrontation: Subverted. A fight between Spider-Man and Octavius begins on the roof of a building, but they end up chasing each other all over the city.
* RunawayBride: MJ leaves a ''note'' to let the groom know he's been abandoned at the altar.

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* RooftopConfrontation: Subverted. A fight between Spider-Man and Octavius begins on the roof of a building, but they end up chasing each other all over the city.
then turns into a battle atop a train.
* RunawayBride: MJ leaves a ''note'' to let the groom JJJ's son know he's been abandoned at the altar.



** If any irony, the entire train fight is a case of UsefulNotes/{{Chicago}} doubling, as the scene was filmed on Chicago's 'L' system: the only elevated tracks in the Manhattan portion of the subway are parts of the '''1''' train in Upper Manhattan. Furthermore, [[http://www.chicago-l.org/multimedia/Spiderman2/images/Spiderman2-2200s01.jpg the trains have fold-in doors]], when [[http://www.nycsubway.org/perl/show?98544 New York City Subway cars that are currently used in revenue service]] have sliding doors.


* AdultFear: One of the worst nightmares for any parent occurs in the burning building scene, where a girl no older than seven is trapped in a wardrobe, surrounded by raging fire and seemingly no way of getting out. Worse, we see a few shots of her worrying parents as they stand outside helplessly. Luckily [[BadassBystander Peter was around]], ran inside at great risk to his own life and managed to get her out.



* InfantImmortality: Played straight. Upon hearing a child is trapped on the second floor of a burning building, Peter immediately rushes in and gets her out. After the fire is put out, one of the firefighters commends Peter for his courage.



* MoodWhiplash: The [[TearJerker extremely touching scene on the train]] where the passengers discover Spider-Man is just a kid is suddenly interrupted by Doc Ock busting in and [[LargeHam yelling "HE'S MINE!"]]

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* MoodWhiplash: Peter manages to save a little girl from inside a burning building, much to the relief of the girl's parents. After the fire is extinguished in the next scene, Peter hears from one of the firemen that someone else was trapped on the building's fourth floor and wasn't as lucky.
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The [[TearJerker extremely touching scene on the train]] where the passengers discover Spider-Man is just a kid is suddenly interrupted by Doc Ock busting in and [[LargeHam yelling "HE'S MINE!"]]

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** Peter after [[BroughtDownToNormal losing his powers]] runs into a burning building to save a child. However, without his powers, he is nowhere as heroic as he would've been. He is a lot weaker, needs more than one push to break down a door and nearly dies due to suffocation and breathing in soot (The [[ZigzaggedTrope trope gets slightly zigzagged]] as, the kid helps him get back up when he nearly falls to his death at one point). Once he is out, he is in very bad shape and hooked to an oxygen mask and coughing. One of the firefighters congratulates him for his bravery, only to find out that at least one more person was still trapped in one of the higher floors, who couldn't make it out. Despite Peter's HeroicWillpower, without his ''actual'' super powers, he couldn't save everyone.


** Mary-Jane met John Jameson at Enrique's, the diner she worked at in the first film. A trucker pinched her bottom and she dumped a plate of spaghetti in his lap. When Enrique demanded she apologize, she was thinking of caving in when John stepped in. His car battery had died, and he was waiting for a tow-truck. He pretended to be an FBI agent causing Enrique to back down, and MJ quit her job. They started seeing each other not long after.
** Mary-Jane's parents have split up since the first film. Apparently Mr. Watson has changed slightly since the divorce.

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** Mary-Jane Mary Jane met John Jameson at Enrique's, the diner she worked at in the first film. A trucker pinched her bottom and she dumped a plate of spaghetti in his lap. When Enrique demanded she apologize, she was thinking of caving in when John stepped in. His car battery had died, and he was waiting for a tow-truck. He pretended to be an FBI agent causing Enrique to back down, and MJ quit her job. They started seeing each other not long after.
** Mary-Jane's Mary Jane's parents have split up since the first film. Apparently Mr. Watson has changed slightly since the divorce.



** Doc Ock tapped Peter's phone lines. That was how he knew he'd find him at a café with Mary-Jane.

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** Doc Ock tapped Peter's phone lines. That was how he knew he'd find him at a café with Mary-Jane.Mary Jane.



* LaughOfLove: Mary-Jane is laughing happily as she runs to Peter's place in her wedding dress, as she's realised that he's the one she truly loves.

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* LaughOfLove: Mary-Jane Mary Jane is laughing happily as she runs to Peter's place in her wedding dress, as she's realised realized that he's the one she truly loves.



* TheObstructiveLoveInterest: Mary-Jane, especially since a lot of material for her was cut in order to streamline the story to focus exclusively on Peter.

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* TheObstructiveLoveInterest: Mary-Jane, Mary Jane, especially since a lot of material for her was cut in order to streamline the story to focus exclusively on Peter.



* PsychoticSmirk: Harry, probably by now using his father's [[spoiler: dodgy human performance enhancers]] has a bit of one when he's briefly shown at the ceremony of Mary-Jane and John's [[spoiler: would-be]] wedding.

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* PsychoticSmirk: Harry, probably by now using his father's [[spoiler: dodgy human performance enhancers]] has a bit of one when he's briefly shown at the ceremony of Mary-Jane Mary Jane and John's [[spoiler: would-be]] wedding.


** Peter gets dismissed from Joe's Pizza due to tardiness being a ground for workplace termination.

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** Peter gets dismissed from Joe's Pizza due to tardiness being a ground for workplace termination. Plus his failure to make deliveries within the promised timeframe, which releases customers of their obligation to pay, which, in turn, costs his employer both money and further business. As both have been a recurring issue, his firing is completely justifiable.


* TheObstructiveLoveInterest: Mary-Jane.

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* TheObstructiveLoveInterest: Mary-Jane.Mary-Jane, especially since a lot of material for her was cut in order to streamline the story to focus exclusively on Peter.

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* SequelHook: [[spoiler: Now aware that Peter is Spider-Man, Harry discovers the Green Goblin's lair and his father's remaining equipment...]]

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* AdaptationalHeroism: Doc Ock is portrayed as a TragicVillain, as opposed to his more straightforwardly evil comic counterpart.


* AgelessBirthdayEpisode: Peter is thrown a surprise birthday party without any mention of his age. However, since his aunt May mentioned that [[Film/SpiderMan his uncle's murder was 2 years ago]], we can assume that Peter is 19 or 20.

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* AgelessBirthdayEpisode: Peter is thrown a surprise birthday party without any mention of his age. However, since his aunt May mentioned that [[Film/SpiderMan [[Film/SpiderMan1 his uncle's murder was 2 years ago]], we can assume that Peter is 19 or 20.


* CallBack: In the first film, Spider-Man attempts to save a woman from a burning building, but it turns out to be Green Goblin wrapped in a blanket and shrieking in falsetto. In this film, Peter - temporarily powerless - braves another burning building to save a child who is wrapped in a blanket, which happens to be green. Get it?
** There are several scenes like this that act as callbacks to the first film, and Raimi plays with these callbacks by altering the scene being referenced for dramatic irony, comedic subversion, etc.



* CallBack: In the first film, Spider-Man attempts to save a woman from a burning building, but it turns out to be Green Goblin wrapped in a blanket and shrieking in falsetto. In this film, Peter - temporarily powerless - braves another burning building to save a child who is wrapped in a blanket, which happens to be green. Get it?
** There are several call backs like this throughout the film, and Raimi plays with them by flipping the context of the scene being referenced to either establish how much things have changed since the first film or to comedically subvert your expectations.


** There are several call backs like this throughout the film, and Raimi plays with them by flipping the context to either establish how much things have changed since the first film or to comedically subvert your expectations.

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** There are several call backs like this throughout the film, and Raimi plays with them by flipping the context of the scene being referenced to either establish how much things have changed since the first film or to comedically subvert your expectations.

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