Anas Itani’s review published on Letterboxd:
It's safe to say that I've fallen in love with Spider-Man all over again. I've seen 7 Spidey movies this year. This one alone I've watched 3 times! And with No Way Home coming out in literally 10 days (wait, what!) I had to revisit Tobey's dimension one last time to get all the feels ready for the big showdown. They better include Tobey's musical score when he comes swinging for the first time. I know it's not a competition but I will always favor this trilogy over any other Spider-Man movie, no matter how great that movie actually is. And it's not only because of nostalgia, but I genuinely believe that Raimi is the best director to ever portray a comic book/superhero film. His films are filled with heart and love and all the emotions you'd wanna feel in a movie. I said it before in one of my reviews, but a big reason why Raimi's Spider-Man movies work so well is his excellently written villains; villains derived from a 'good' background and faced with 'human conflict' the entire time. Not only driven by their immoral beliefs. I find myself relating to Spider-Man with each viewing, and I love Raimi for that. I don't get that with the other two. I hope that changes in ten days. What a time to be a Spider-Man fan.