I saw this in IMAX for my 10th birthday with a bunch of my friends and that rocked. Might've went to Rainfortest Cafe too, it was the mall that Paul Blart patrols in his film.
Didn't realize it was critically maligned until I was older. Anyways, I feel like given The Current State of Movies™, I really appreciate Raimi's thing. The sincerity is great, the campiness works, it's a movie that isn't embarrassed of itself in the same way MCU movies can feel (although I do like the Holland films, they're enjoyable enough for me).
Sandman effects look really cool. Goo-pilled Peter is pretty funny.