Diego Crespo’s review published on Letterboxd:
"We always have a choice."
All things considered, Spider-Man 3 isn’t too shabby. It’s the first movie with the webhead that feels bent by corporate overlords, but it’s not broken. It’s more frustrating than terrible, constantly short-changing interesting ideas and characters. After the calm, nuanced emotional triumph of the first two movies, Spider-Man 3 still feels like a Spider-Man movie. Just not a very good one, but it does its damnedest, hopping around and trying to be better. It’s not a bad movie, just one caught in a bad situation. Doesn’t that sound familiar?