Mike Thorn’s review published on Letterboxd:
My favorite entry in Raimi's trilogy. It's such an ambitious picture, a genre-crossing deconstruction of masculinities and power dynamics imbedded in superhero mythologies. It moves away from its predecessor's Freudian qualities, instead focusing on the Jungian shadow of Spider-Man's core conflict. It also expands on the first film's postmodern 1950s sensibility, drawing on the grammar of big-budget musicals and atomic paranoia pictures. It's as massive narratively as it is visually, weaving an amazing amount of arcs around its central drama. One of the most exuberant and aesthetically exciting epics to emerge from 21st century mainstream Hollywood.