Peter Parker Quotes in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)


Peter Parker Quotes:

  • Peter Parker: So, to become an Avenger, are there like trials or an interview?

    Tony Stark: You just don't do anything I would do... and definitely don't do anything I wouldn't do. There's a little gray area in there and that's where you operate.

    [reaches over Peter]

    Peter Parker: [puts arm around Tony] Oh.

    Tony Stark: That's not a hug. I'm just grabbing the door for you.

  • Tony Stark: What if somebody had died? That's on you. What if you had died? That's on me. I don't need that guilt on my conscience. I'm gonna need the suit back.

    Peter Parker: For how long?

    Tony Stark: For ever!

    Peter Parker: I'm nothing without the suit!

    Tony Stark: If you're nothing without the suit, then you shouldn't have it.

  • Peter Parker: I'm sick of Mr. Stark treating me like a kid.

    Ned Leeds: But you are a kid.

    Peter Parker: Yeah. A kid who can stop a bus with his bare hands.

  • Ned Leeds: [to Peter] Can you summon an army of spiders?

    Peter Parker: No, man!

  • Peter Parker: I've got to go.

    Michelle: Where are you going?

    [Peter stares at her]

    Michelle: What are you hiding Peter?

    [Peter still stares at her, not knowing what to say]

    Michelle: [laughs] I'm just kidding. I don't care. Bye.

  • Mr. Delmar: [In Italian] His aunt is a beautiful Italian woman!

    Peter Parker: [In Italian] How's your daughter?

  • Peter Parker: I can't make it to the Decathlon next week. I have the Stark Internship.

    Michelle: Figures. He's already bailed out on band class and chess club.

    Michelle: [Everyone looks at her] I'm not obsessed with him, I'm just super observant.

  • Peter Parker: Spider-Man is not a party trick!

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: [in a car with Tony] So, to become an Avenger, is there like trials or an interview?

    Tony Stark: Just don't do anything I WOULD do.

    [Peter nods]

    Tony Stark: And definitely don't do anything I wouldn't do.

    [Peter looks confused]

    Tony Stark: There's a little gray area in there and that's where you operate.

    Peter Parker: Oh...

    Tony Stark: Alright?

    [reaches across Peter with his arm; Peter wraps his arms around him]

    Tony Stark: That's not a hug, I'm just grabbing the door for you.

    [opens Peter's door]

    Tony Stark: All right, kid. Good luck out there.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: [about Tony] I'm just sick of him treating me like a kid all the time!

    Ned Leeds: But you are a kid!

  • [from trailer]

    Tony Stark: [after the boat incident] What if somebody had died?

    Peter Parker: I was just trying to be like you.

    Tony Stark: I wanted you to be better. I'm gonna need the suit back.

    Peter Parker: But I'm nothing without this suit!

    Tony Stark: If you're nothing without this suit, then you shouldn't have it.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: So, to become an Avenger, are there like trials, or an interview.

  • Tony Stark: Got a passport?

    Peter Parker: [chuckling] Um, no. I don't... I don't even have a driver's license.

    Tony Stark: You ever been to Germany?

    Peter Parker: No.

    Tony Stark: Oh, you'll love it.

    Peter Parker: I can't go to Germany!

    Tony Stark: Why?

    Peter Parker: I got... homework.

    Tony Stark: Alright, I'm gonna pretend you didn't say that.

  • Tony Stark: So, you're the Spiderling. Crime-fighting Spider. You're Spider-Boy?

    Peter Parker: S-Spider-Man.

    Tony Stark: Not in that onesie, you're not.

    Peter Parker: It's not a onesie.

  • Tony Stark: Why are you doing this, huh? What's your MO? I've got to know, what gets you out of that twin bed every morning?

    Peter Parker: Because... because, I've been me my whole life, and I've had these powers for six months. I read books, I build computers, and I would love to play football, but I couldn't then so I shouldn't be able to now...

    Tony Stark: Right, because you're different

    Peter Parker: Yeah, but I can't tell anybody that, so I'm not.


    Peter Parker: When you can do the things that I can, but you don't, and then the bad things happen? They happen because of you.

  • [last lines]

    May Parker: [off-screen] Who was it? Who hit you?

    Peter Parker: [fidgeting with new webshooter from Tony Stark] Some guy... so itchy man, God.

    May Parker: [off-screen] What's "some guy's" name?

    Peter Parker: Uhh, Steve!

    [webshooter emits a light; Peter is amazed]

    May Parker: [off-screen] Steve? From 12-C? With the overbite?

    Peter Parker: No, no, no, you don't know him, he's from Brooklyn.

    [Peter hides webshooter light under his arm as May enters]

    Peter Parker: [feigning pain] Ouch.

    May Parker: Well, I hope you got a few good licks in.

    [hands Peter an ice pack wrapped in a towel]

    Peter Parker: Yeah, I got quite a few in actually.

    May Parker: Okay.

    Peter Parker: His friend was huge, like HUGE!

    [presses ice pack to black eye while hiding webshooter]

    Peter Parker: That's way better, thank you.

    May Parker: Okay, tough guy.

    [leaves to exit]

    Peter Parker: Love you, May. Hey, can you shut the door?

    [May shuts Peter's door]

    Peter Parker: [Peter unveils webshooter light and shines it onto his ceiling, projecting the Spider Symbol. Peter smiles]

    Title Card reads: Spider-Man will return

  • Aunt May: What happened to your face? It's filthy.

    Peter Parker: It is?

    Aunt May: Yes!

    Peter Parker: Oh, yeah, yeah, I was cleaning the chimney.

    Aunt May: We have no chimney.

    Peter Parker: Whaaat?

  • [from trailer]

    Harry Osborn: It's been 10 years. What have you been up to?

    Peter Parker: I do some web designs.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: Everyday I wake up knowing that no matter how many lives I protect, no matter how many people call me a hero, someone even more powerful could change everything.

  • Aunt May: Hey, wait. What are you doing? What are you doing? No, I do the laundry.

    Peter Parker: I'm doing my laundry.

    Aunt May: No, I do the laundry. No, I this is my job. I've been doing your laundry since you were 6 years old.

    Peter Parker: I understand that. I'm in college now. I think it's time I took care of my own dirty underwear.

    Aunt May: Last time you did it, you turned everything blue and red, so no.

    Peter Parker: That was a mistake. Because I washing the American flag. My... Can I just please just...?

    Aunt May: No one washes a flag.

    Peter Parker: I do, and I won't anymore.

    Aunt May: This is my machine.

    Peter Parker: Fine. It's just underwear.

    Aunt May: This is laundry, my home, my machine. Back off, eat your breakfast.

    Peter Parker: All right, laundry sheriff. I'll do it later.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: I'm so sorry I'm late, I had a traffic thing.

    Gwen Stacy: Did your "traffic jam" have anything to do with, I don't know, being shot at by machine guns?

    Peter Parker: Yeah, I was implying that.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: You know what it is I love about being Spider-Man? Everything!

  • Peter Parker: Did you get my message?

    Gwen Stacy: What message?

    Peter Parker: The message right there.

    Gwen Stacy: Oh, that. That was you?

    Peter Parker: Don't do that.

    Gwen Stacy: I couldn't make it out.

    Peter Parker: I'll tell you what it says. Says, "I love you." Because I love you. And no offence, but you're wrong.

    Gwen Stacy: I'm wrong about what?

    Peter Parker: You're wrong about us being on different paths. We're not on different paths. You're my path. And you're always gonna be my path. And I know there's a million reasons why we shouldn't be together. I know that. But I'm tired of them. I'm tired of every single one of them. We've all gotta make a choice. Right? Well, I choose you. So, here's my thought. England. Both of us. I'm following you now. I'm just gonna follow you everywhere. I'm just gonna follow you the rest of my life. I mean, they got crime there in England.

    Gwen Stacy: Yeah.

    Peter Parker: They got tons of crime, it seems.

    Gwen Stacy: Tons.

    Peter Parker: They got, uh, Jack the Ripper.

    [Gwen laughs]

    Peter Parker: What? They haven't caught Jack the Ripper yet. You didn't know that?

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: I like to think Spider-Man gives people hope.

  • [from trailer]

    Harry Osborn: You're gonna wanna see this.

    [shows Peter OsCorp records]

    Harry Osborn: OsCorp had you under surveillance.

    Peter Parker: Why?

    Harry Osborn: Isn't that the question of the day?

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: I made a choice; this is my path.

  • Peter Parker: This is the maintenance closet, Gwen. This is most cliched hiding place you could've chosen. This is the stupidest hiding place.

    Gwen Stacy: I'm sorry, I didn't take us to the Bahamas of hiding places.

  • Harry Osborn: Peter Parker. It's like seeing a ghost.

    Peter Parker: Hey, Harry.

    Harry Osborn: Random. What, ten years?

    Peter Parker: It's eight. But you're close.

    Harry Osborn: What's up?

    Peter Parker: I saw the news, man. I heard about your dad and I wanted to come and... Just wanted to come and see you. Check to see how you were doing.

    Harry Osborn: I'm with some people. I'm in a... I'm in a meeting.

    Peter Parker: Sorry, I don't wanna intrude. I know it's been a long time. I kind of know exactly what you're going through right now. And you were so there for me when my parents... Well, that's why I'm here for you.

    Harry Osborn: Thank you.

    Peter Parker: It's good to see you, man. It's good to see you. I'm sorry about your dad.

    [turns to leave]

    Harry Osborn: You got your braces off.

    [Peter turns back to him again]

    Harry Osborn: Now there's nothing to distract from your unibrow.

    [they start to laugh]

    Peter Parker: There he is. There he is! You still blow-dry your hair every morning?

    Harry Osborn: Well, you know, one of my manservants holds the hair dryer. But I work the comb, okay? So at least I'm not completely helpless.

    Peter Parker: You're stupid.

    [they hug]

  • Peter Parker: [to Gwen] Nothing is what I thought it was.

  • Peter Parker: You're wrong about us being on different paths. We're not on different paths, you're my path and you're always gonna be my path. And I know there's a million reasons why we shouldn't be together, I know that. But I'm tired of them, I'm tired of every single one of them, you know I gotta make a choose, Gwen, I choose you.

  • Gwen Stacy: There was an accident in the genomics lab, and they're covering it up. And I found out. That guy from Times Square last night? I met him. He was an electrical engineer in the building. And he loved Spider-Man, by the way. He was, like, a fanatic.

    Peter Parker: I didn't get love vibes. I got more of a "want to kill me with his electricity" vibe.

    Gwen Stacy: That's actually kind of what it's like to love you.

  • Peter Parker: [to Gwen] You're wrong about us being on different paths, we're not on different paths. You're my path. And you're always gonna be my path.

  • Peter Parker: [Electro beats down Spider-Man to "Itsy Bitsy Spider"] I hate this song!

  • Aunt May: [about graduating high school] I know the first thing your Uncle Ben would say.

    Peter Parker: Yeah, I know too. "You better hurry up, party's over. You gotta get a job."

    Aunt May: Alright, the second thing he would say: "Don't just follow the path, make your own trail."

    Peter Parker: Ralph Waldo Emerson.

    Aunt May: No.

    Peter Parker: What do you mean, no?

    Aunt May: Ben told me he made it up!

  • Aunt May: You know, it's so funny I've been trying to clean up around here to be more organized and putting some of Ben's stuff in boxes, and it's so funny, the heavier the box gets the lighter I feel.

    Peter Parker: You're throwing his stuff away?

    Aunt May: No, god no, I couldn't do that it's part of me, I'm just finding a better place for it. I'm going to take one last look, and I'm going to put it where it belongs.

  • Harry Osborn: [watches Peter skip a rock in the water] Dude. Nice arm.

    Peter Parker: It's just the wrist. It's just all in the wrist, buddy.

  • Peter Parker: Who was that?

    Aunt May: Harvey.

    Peter Parker: Doing a double shift, huh?

    Aunt May: Sometimes. Got nothing else to do. I like the girls. I miss Ben. Gives me a little extra in the cookie jar.

    Peter Parker: Well, I sold another couple of photos to the Bugle, so that ought to help.

    Aunt May: Yeah, it would really help if that guy would pay you a fair wage.

    Peter Parker: Oh, Jameson pays me a fair wage. If it was 1961, he pays me a fair wage.

  • [last lines]

    Peter Parker: There's no place like home!

  • Peter Parker: I'm so naked in here.

  • Peter Parker: [returning an earlier conversation, interrupted when he had to save the city] England? Really?

    Gwen Stacy: Good talk.

  • Peter Parker: You're wrong about us being on different paths. We're not on different paths, you're my path and you're always gonna be my path. And I know there's a million reasons why we shouldn't be together, I know that. But I'm tired of them, I'm tired of every single one of them, you know I gotta make a choice, Gwen, I choose you.

  • [last lines]

    Peter Parker: [voiceover] Whatever life holds in store for me, I will never forget these words: "With great power comes great responsibility." This is my gift, my curse. Who am I? I'm Spider-man.

  • Peter Parker: You don't trust anyone, that's your problem.

    J. Jonah Jameson: I trust my barber.

  • Mary Jane: Has he mentioned me?

    Peter Parker: Yeah.

    Mary Jane: What'd he say?

    Peter Parker: Uh... I said... he asked me what I thought about you.

    Mary Jane: And what did you say?

    Peter Parker: I said... uh... Spider-Man, I said uh... The great thing about MJ is... when you look in her eyes and she's looking back in yours... everything... feels... not quite normal. Because you feel stronger and weaker at the same time. You feel excited and at the same time, terrified. The truth is... you don't know what you feel except you know what kind of man you want to be. It's as if you've reached the unreachable and you weren't ready for it."

    Mary Jane: You said that?

    Peter Parker: Well, something like that.

    Peter Parker: [Harry walks in while they're holding hands] Hi...

  • [first lines]

    Peter Parker: [voiceover] Who am I? You sure you want to know? The story of my life is not for the faint of heart. If somebody said it was a happy little tale... if somebody told you I was just your average ordinary guy, not a care in the world... somebody lied.

  • Peter Parker: Not everyone is meant to make a difference. But for me, the choice to lead an ordinary life is no longer an option.

  • Wrestling Promoter: [after Peter lets an armed man escape with a bag full of cash] You coulda taken that guy apart! Now he's gonna get away with *my* money!

    Peter Parker: I missed the part where that's my problem.

  • Peter Parker: Can I do anything for you?

    Aunt May: You do too much - college, a job, all this time with me... You're not Superman, you know.

  • Peter Parker: I want you to know, that I will always be there for you; I will always be there to take care of you. I promise you that. I will always be your friend.

    Mary Jane: Only a friend, Peter Parker?

    Peter Parker: That's all I have to give...

  • [talking about Uncle Ben]

    Peter Parker: I can't help thinking about... the last thing I said to him. He tried to tell me something important, and I threw it in his face.

    Aunt May: You loved him. And he loved you. He never doubted the man you'd grow into; how you were meant for great things. You won't disappoint him.

  • Ring Announcer: [on the microphone, announcing to the audience as he walks backwards up the ramp to where Peter is standing behind the curtain] Will the next victim please enter the arena at this time! If he can withstand just three minutes in the cage with "Bonesaw" McGraw, the sum of three-thousand dollars will be paid to...

    [gets off the microphone and asks Peter]

    Ring Announcer: What's your name, kid?

    Peter Parker: The Human Spider.

    Ring Announcer: The Human Spider? That's it? That's the best you've got?

    Peter Parker: Yeah.

    Ring Announcer: Oh, that sucks.

    [gets back on the microphone]

    Ring Announcer: The sum of three-thousand dollars will be paid to... the terrifying... the deadly... the amazing Spider-Man!

    [the audience cheers]

  • Flash Thompson: Think you're pretty funny, don't you, freak?

    Mary Jane: Flash, it was just an accident!

    Flash Thompson: My fist breaking your teeth, that's the accident.

    Mary Jane: C'mon, Flash, stop!

    Peter Parker: I don't want to fight you, Flash.

    Flash Thompson: I wouldn't want to fight me, neither.

  • [in Aunt May's hospital room]

    Aunt May: Go home dear, you look awful.

    Peter Parker: And you look beautiful...

  • Mary Jane: I wanna... act. On stage.

    Peter Parker: Really? Well that's perfect. You were awesome in all the school plays.

    Mary Jane: Really?

    Peter Parker: Yeah. I cried like a baby when you played Cinderella.

    Mary Jane: Peter, that was first grade.

    Peter Parker: Well, even so...

  • Peter Parker: Spider-Man wasn't trying to attack the city, he was trying to save it. That's slander.

    J. Jonah Jameson: It is not. I resent that. Slander is spoken. In print, it's libel.

  • [in Aunt May's hospital room]

    Peter Parker: [relating to M.J. what he supposedly said to Spider-man] I said, um, Spider-man, I said, uh, the great thing about M.J. is when you look in her eyes, and she's looking back in yours, everything feels not quite normal, because you feel stronger, and weaker at the same time. You feel excited, and at the same time, terrified. The truth is you don't know what you feel, except you know what kind of man you want to be. It's as if you've reached the unreachable, and you weren't ready for it.

    Mary Jane: You said that?

    Peter Parker: Oh, something like that...

  • [On the morning after Peter gets bitten]

    Aunt May: Feeling better this morning? Any change?

    Peter Parker: Change? Yep. BIG change.

  • [after Mary Jane's audition]

    Mary Jane: So you just came by?

    Peter Parker: I was in the neighborhood...

  • Peter Parker: A hundred bucks? The ad said three thousand.

    Wrestling Promoter: Well, check it again, web head. The ad said three grand, for three minutes, and you pinned him in two. For that I give you a hundred, and you're lucky to get that.

    Peter Parker: I need that money.

    Wrestling Promoter: I missed the part where that's my problem.

  • Mary Jane: You know, you're taller than you look.

    Peter Parker: I hunch.

    Mary Jane: Don't.

  • [Peter is going to take a picture of Mary Jane]

    Mary Jane: Don't make me look ugly.

    Peter Parker: That's impossible.

  • Mary Jane: What do you see coming for you?

    Peter Parker: I don't know. Whatever it is, it's something I never felt before.

    Mary Jane: And... what for me?

    Peter Parker: For you? You're gonna light up Broadway.

  • Norman Osborn: I've been like a father to you, be a son to me now.

    Peter Parker: I have a father, his name was Ben Parker.

  • Peter Parker: Hey, it's me again!

    Mary Jane: Hey!

    Peter Parker: How was your audition?

    Mary Jane: How'd you know?

    Peter Parker: The hotline. Your mom, told my aunt, told me.

    Mary Jane: So you just came by?

    Peter Parker: I was in the neighborhood, needed to see a friendly face. I took three buses and a cab to *get* in the neighborhood, but... So how'd it go?

    Mary Jane: [wryly] Oh. They said I needed acting lessons. A *soap opera* told me I needed acting lessons.

    Peter Parker: Lemme buy you a cheeseburger. The sky's the limit, up to seven dollars... and eighty-four cents.

    Mary Jane: [laughs] I'd like a cheeseburger. Oh, but I'm going out to dinner with Harry.


    Mary Jane: Come with us.

    Peter Parker: No thanks. How's it going with...

    [Mary Jane looks down]

    Peter Parker: Never mind, it's none of my business.

    Mary Jane: It's not? Why so interested?

    Peter Parker: I'm not.

    Mary Jane: You're not?

    Peter Parker: Well... Why would I be?

    Mary Jane: [playfully] I dunno. Why would you be?

    Peter Parker: [smiles, not knowing what to say] I dunno.

    Mary Jane: Sorry you won't come with us. I better run, Tiger.

  • [in Aunt May's hospital room, talking about Mary Jane]

    Peter Parker: Well, Harry's in love with her. She's still his girl.

    Aunt May: Isn't that up to her?

    Peter Parker: She doesn't really know who I am.

    Aunt May: Because you won't let her. You're so mysterious all the time. Tell me, would it be so dangerous to let Mary Jane know how much you care? Everybody else KNOWS...

  • Miss Brant: Welcome to the Daily Bugle.

    Peter Parker: Thanks. I'm Peter Parker. I'm a photographer.

    Miss Brant: Yes, I can see that.

  • Uncle Ben: I don't mean to lecture and I don't mean to preach. And I know I'm not your father...

    Peter Parker: Then stop pretending to be!

  • Peter Parker: Some spiders change colors to blend into their environment. It's a defense mechanism.

    Harry Osborn: Peter, what possibly makes you think I would want to know that?

    Peter Parker: Who wouldn't?

  • Peter Parker: [from trailer] Who am I? Are you sure you want to know? If someone told you I was just your average ordinary guy without a care in the world, somebody lied. Truth is it wasn't always like this. There was a time when life was a lot less complicated.

  • [as Peter Parker confronts the carjacker who just murdered Uncle Ben]

    Carjacker: Don't hurt me, just give me a chance, just give me a chance...

    Peter Parker: What about my uncle? Did you give *him* a chance?


    Peter Parker: Did you? Answer me!

  • J. Jonah Jameson: [describing a headline] "Spider-Man, Hero or Menace? Exclusive Daily Bugle Photos".

    Peter Parker: Menace? He was protecting that armored truck...

    J. Jonah Jameson: Tell you what Atticus, you take the pictures, I'll make up the headlines! Ok? Is that ok with you?

    Peter Parker: Yes sir.

    J. Jonah Jameson: Goody.

  • Peter Parker: Can I take your picture for the school paper?

    Mary Jane: Sure.

  • Uncle Ben: Peter, look. You're changing. I know. I went through exactly the same thing at your age.

    Peter Parker: No. Not exactly.

  • Peter Parker: No matter what I do, no matter how hard I try, the ones I love will always be the ones who pay.

  • [returning for Thanksgiving dinner]

    Peter Parker: Sorry I'm late, it's a jungle out there; I had to beat an old lady with a stick to get these cranberries.

  • Aunt May: You know, you were about six years old when Mary Jane's family moved in next door. And when she got out of the car, and you saw her for the first time, you grabbed me and you said, "Aunt May, Aunt May, is that an angel?"

    Peter Parker: Gee, did I really say that?

  • Harry Osborn: Peter, I'd like to introduce you to my father, Norman Osborn.

    Peter Parker: It's an honor to meet you, Sir.

  • Aunt May: Peter, are you alright?

    Peter Parker: I'm fine.

  • Aunt May: You won't have a bite?

    Peter Parker: No thanks. Had a bite.

  • Peter Parker: You know Harry... doesn't live on a little place I like to call Earth.

  • Peter Parker: How was your audition?

    Mary Jane: How did you know?

    Peter Parker: Hotline... your mom, told my aunt, told me...

  • Peter Parker: Let me buy you a cheese-burger - sky's the limit, up to seven dollars and eighty-four cents.

  • Peter Parker: I can't... tell you... everything; I mean, there's so much to tell...

  • Peter Parker: Mr. Osborn!

    Norman Osborn: Peter! Thank God for you!

    Peter Parker: You killed those people on that balcony.

    Norman Osborn: The Goblin killed them! I had nothing to do with it!

    Peter Parker: You tried to kill Aunt May. You tried to kill Mary Jane.

    Norman Osborn: But not you.

  • Harry Osborn: Where do you go all the time?

    Peter Parker: Around...

  • Peter Parker: [talking to M.J] I was in the neighborhood. I needed to see a friendly face. I took two buses and a cab to get in the neighborhood, but...

  • Aunt May: [Peter breaks a lamp in his room trying to practice his web shots]

    [Behind door]

    Aunt May: Peter?

    [Peter opens door barely to hide webs in his room]

    Aunt May: What's - what's going on in there?

    Peter Parker: I'm excercising. I'm not dressed Aunt May.

    Aunt May: Well... you're acting so strangely Peter...

    Peter Parker: Ok... thanks.

  • Peter Parker: [eating meat loaf from the fridge exhausted] This beats all of the meat loafs.

    May Parker: Something is very wrong.

    Ben Parker: Yeah. Nobody likes your meat loaf.

  • Miss Ritter: Mr. Parker! Tardy again?

    Peter Parker: Sorry Miss Ritter! It won't happen again, I promise.

    Miss Ritter: Don't make promises you can't keep.

    Peter Parker: Yeah but those are the best kind.

  • Gwen Stacy: Did you get expelled?

    Peter Parker: No. No, I didn't get expelled, I got community service.

    [They smile at each other and wait around awkwardly, then Gwen turns to go]

    Peter Parker: Um so, uh, you want to, uh... I don't know.

    Gwen Stacy: Wanna what?

    Peter Parker: I don't know. Just, uh... Um... I don't know, we could, I don't know, we could uh... Or we could do something else, or we could, with no... We, like, we could...

    Gwen Stacy: [Smiling] Yeah.

    Peter Parker: Yeah?

    Gwen Stacy: Yeah, either one.

    Peter Parker: Really?

    Gwen Stacy: Sure.

    Peter Parker: Okay, all right then. Sounds good.

    Gwen Stacy: Cool.

  • Gwen Stacy: No, Dad, I do not want cocoa. Honestly, I'm 17 years old.

    George Stacy: Okay. I just thought I remembered somebody saying last week that her fantasy was to live in a chocolate house.

    Gwen Stacy: Well, that's impractical.

    [she shuts the door, then reopens it]

    Gwen Stacy: And fattening.

    [closes the door again]

    Peter Parker: Chocolate house.

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: We all have secrets: the ones we keep... and the ones that are kept from us.

  • Gwen Stacy: Where have you been?

    Peter Parker: Hi.

    Gwen Stacy: [spoiler] My father died. There was a funeral.


    Gwen Stacy: They shot off...

    [voice breaking/crying]

    Gwen Stacy: rifles and they made speeches. Two of my teacher showed up. And Fl-Flash showed up. Everyone was there but you.

    [Wipes nose]

    Peter Parker: [Wipes Gwen's cheek] I can't do this. I can't do this.


    Peter Parker: I'm sorry. I can't...

    Gwen Stacy: What are you saying?

    Peter Parker: I can't see you anymore. I can't.

    Gwen Stacy: [Begins walking away, pauses, and turns back toward Peter] He made you promise, didn't he? To stay away from me, so I'd be safe.


  • Gwen Stacy: [Peter and Gwen are kissing in her room while she cleans his wounds] Easy, Bug Boy.

    Peter Parker: [grins] What did you call me?

  • Ben Parker: You are a lot like your father. You really are, Peter, and that's a good thing. But your father by a philosophy, a principle, really. He believed that if you could do good things for other people, you had a moral obligation to do those things! That's what's at stake here. Not choice. Responsibility.

    Peter Parker: That's nice. That's great... That's all well and good. So where is he?

    Ben Parker: What?

    Peter Parker: Where is he? Where's my dad? He didn't think it was his responsibility to be here to tell me this himself?

    Ben Parker: Oh, come on, how dare you?

    Peter Parker: How dare I? How dare you?

  • Gwen Stacy: [about Peter] He's one of Midtown Science's best and brightest. He's second in his class.

    Peter Parker: Second?

    Gwen Stacy: Yeah.

    Peter Parker: You sure about that?

    Gwen Stacy: I'm pretty sure.

  • Gwen Stacy: Peter. What happened?

    Peter Parker: You should see the other guy. The other guy, in this instance, being a giant mutant lizard.

  • May Parker: What a pretty girl.

    Peter Parker: Yeah. That's what Uncle Ben said.

    May Parker: Did you ask her out?

    Peter Parker: [shakes his head]

    May Parker: Why?

    Peter Parker: Can't.

    May Parker: Why?

    Peter Parker: I'm just no good for her.

    May Parker: Peter Parker, if there's one thing are, it's good. Anyone has a problem with that can talk to me.

  • May Parker: [sees a bruised Peter] Peter. Where do you go? Who does this to you?

    Peter Parker: Please, go to sleep, Aunt May.

    May Parker: Please tell me.

    Peter Parker: Aunt May, please, please, please, go to sleep.

    May Parker: I can't sleep!

  • George Stacy: You know, recently, Dr. Connors gave Gwen a glowing college recommendation. It was beautiful. I read it, I cried. But you would have me believe that he is running around dressed up like a giant dinosaur?

    Peter Parker: Not dressing up, not a dinosaur. He has transformed himself into a giant lizard.

    George Stacy: Let me ask you a question. Do I look like the mayor of Tokyo to you?

  • Philip Stacy: Did you catch that spider guy yet?

    George Stacy: No, we didn't catch him yet. But we will. An amateur who's assaulting civilians in the dead of night. He's clumsy, he leaves clues, but he's still dangerous.

    Peter Parker: He's assault - He's assaulting people? I'm not sure. I mean, I saw that video with him and the car thief and I think most people would say he was providing a public service.

    George Stacy: Most people would be wrong. If I wanted the car thief off the street, he'd already be off the street.

    Peter Parker: So, why wasn't he, then?

  • Peter Parker: Watch out!

    [Peter catches a fly]

    May Parker: That's a fly, Peter.

  • Flash Thompson: Hey, Parker.

    Peter Parker: Not today, Flash.

    Flash Thompson: Hey, come on man, I just want to talk.

    [Peter lifts Flash and slams him against lockers, holding him there]

    Flash Thompson: It feels better right? Look, your uncle died. I'm sorry. I get it. I'm sorry.

    [Peter starts to cry and storms away]

  • Peter Parker: I got to stop him, though. I have to because I created him.

    Gwen Stacy: What do you mean?

    Peter Parker: I gave him an equation... that made all of this possible. Something my father had been working on, you know. Secretly. Now I realize why he kept it a secret. Point is, this is my responsibility. I have to fix it.

  • Peter Parker: [answering Dr. Connor's question] Cross-species genetics. Person gets Parkinson's when the brain cells that produce dopemine start to disappear. But the zebra fish has the ability to regenerate cells on command. If you could somehow give this ability to the woman you're talking about, that's that. She's... She's curing herself.

  • Miss Ritter: Peter, don't make promises you can't keep.

    Peter Parker: But those are the best kind.

  • Store Clerk: Somebody stop that guy! Hey, kid, a little help.

    Peter Parker: Not my policy.

  • Peter Parker: I've been bitten.

    Gwen Stacy: So have I.

  • Peter Parker: So you really think it's possible, cross-species genetics?

    Dr. Curt Connors: Yes. Of course. But for years, your father and I were mocked for our theories. Not just in the community at large, but also at OsCorp, as well. They called us mad scientists. And then your father bred the spiders, and everything changed. The result were beyond encouraging. They were spectacular. We were going to change the lives of millions. Including my own. Then it was over. He... He was gone. Took his research with him. And I knew without him, I... I... I was angry. So I stayed from you and your family. And for that, I'm truly sorry.

  • Dr. Curt Connors: Did you know there's rumor of a new species in New York? Beautiful but quite large.

    Peter Parker: What do you know about it? Have you seen it?

    Dr. Curt Connors: No, it's not yet classified. But it can be aggressive... if threatened.

  • Peter Parker: [after getting beaten up by Flash for not taking the picture] I'm still not taking the picture.

  • Gwen Stacy: Where you headed?

    Peter Parker: Uh... Monday. B track.

    Gwen Stacy: Oh, it's Thursday.

  • Ben Parker: I think it's the condenser tray.

    Peter Parker: No, too much water for the condenser tray or the heat exchange tubing. This has got to be the fill line.

    Ben Parker: That's the only thing that makes any sense...

  • Gwen Stacy: How did you get out there?

    Peter Parker: Uh, the fire escape. Your doorman's intimidating.

    Gwen Stacy: It's 20 stories.

  • Peter Parker: [as Flash is hazing another student] Put him down, Eugene!

  • Peter Parker: So this is your room.

    Gwen Stacy: Yes, this is my room.

    Peter Parker: Books... Shoes...

  • Dr. Curt Connors: I'm sure you're a very nice young man, but this is a home. Make an appointment with my office.

    Peter Parker: Dr Connors? I'm Richard Parker's son.

    Dr. Curt Connors: Peter?

  • [first lines]

    Peter Parker: Five, four, three, two, one... Ready or not, here I come.

  • [last lines]

    Peter Parker: Whatever comes our way, whatever battle we have raging inside us, we always have a choice. My friend Harry taught me that. He chose to be the best of himself. It's the choices that make us who we are, and we can always choose to do what's right.

  • Harry Osborn: You gonna kill me like you killed me father?

    Peter Parker: I'm done trying to convince you.

    Harry Osborn: You took him from me. He loved me.

    Peter Parker: No. He despised you. You were an embarrassment to him.


    Peter Parker: Look at little Goblin Junior. Gonna cry?

  • Flint Marko: [looks down at the crowd below] I didn't want this. But I had no choice...

    Peter Parker: We always have a choice. You had a choice when you killed my uncle.

    Flint Marko: My daughter was dying, I needed money.

    [flashback: Flint knocks on the car window with a gun]

    Flint Marko: I was scared. I told your uncle all I wanted was the car. He said to me "Why don't you just put down the gun and go home?" I realise now he was just trying to help me.

    [Uncle Ben tells Flint to put down the gun and go home, just when Flint's partner exits a nearby building with the money]

    Flint Marko: Then I saw my partner running over with the cash... and the gun was in my hand...

    [he shakes Flint's arm - causing him to shoot Uncle Ben. Flint realizes this]

    Flint Marko: I did a terrible thing to you, I spent a lot of nights wishing I could take it back.

    [Flint's partner drives off with the car, but Flint stays by Uncle Ben's side]

    Flint Marko: [to Peter] I'm not asking you to forgive me. I just want you to understand.

    Peter Parker: I've done terrible things too.

    Flint Marko: I didn't choose to be this. The only thing left of me now... is my daughter.

    Peter Parker: [after a pause] I forgive you.

  • Peter Parker: Flint Marko. The man who killed Uncle Ben, he was killed last night.

    Aunt May: Oh, my. What happened?

    Peter Parker: Spider-Man killed him.

    Aunt May: Spider-Man? I don't understand, Spider-Man doesn't kill people. What happened?

    Peter Parker: I, uh... He... he was... I thought that - That you'd feel... He deserved it, didn't he?

    Aunt May: I don't think it's for us to say whether a person deserves to live or die.

    Peter Parker: But, Aunt May, he killed Uncle Ben.

    Aunt May: Uncle Ben meant the world to us. But he wouldn't want us living one second with revenge in our hearts. It's like a poison. It can - It can take you over. Before you know it, turn us into something ugly.

  • Peter Parker: [coming down to Harry's side along with Mary Jane] Hey, pal. How you doing?

    Harry Osborn: [sarcastically] Been better.

    Peter Parker: We'll get you through this.

    Harry Osborn: [shakes his head slowly] No.

    Peter Parker: I never should have hurt you... said those things.

    Harry Osborn: None of that matters, Peter. You're my friend.

    Peter Parker: Best friend.

  • Peter Parker: Eddie, the suit, you've got to take it off.

    Eddie Brock: Oh, you'd like that, wouldn't you?

    Peter Parker: I know what it feels like. It feels good. The power. Everything. But you'll lose yourself. It'll destroy you. Let it go.

    Venom: I like being bad. It makes me happy.

  • Peter Parker: Stings, doesn't it?

    Harry Osborn: I protected you in high school. Now I'm gonna kick your little ass.

    Peter Parker: Ooh.

  • Peter Parker: You're trash, Brock.

    Eddie Brock: Excuse me?

    Peter Parker: [Peter drops evidence on Eddie's desk revealing that his picture had been modified] Your picture's a fake.

    Eddie Brock: Oh, Parker, you are such a boy scout. When are you going to give a guy a break?

    Peter Parker: [Peter grabs Eddie and pushes him into his framed fake picture; Bugle workers all look at them] You want forgiveness? Get religion.

    Joseph 'Robbie' Robertson: What's going on here?

    Miss Brant: Are you guys all right?

    Eddie Brock: Yeah. No, we - We're just horsing around.

    [quietly to Peter]

    Eddie Brock: Look, I'm begging you. If you do this, I will lose everything. There's not a paper in town that will hire me.

    Peter Parker: You should've thought of that earlier.

    Joseph 'Robbie' Robertson: What are you doing, Peter?

    Peter Parker: [gives evidence to Robbie and walks away] Show this to your editor. Tell him to check his source next time.

  • [first lines]

    Peter Parker: [Narrating] It's me! Peter Parker! Your friendly neighborhood... You know. I've come a long way from becoming the boy who was bitten by a spider. Back then, nothing seemed to go right for me, and now...

    Kid in Times Square: [pointing at a giant screen in Times Square] Hey look, it's Spider-Man!

    Peter Parker: [Narrating] People really like me.

  • Aunt May: How's Mary Jane?

    Peter Parker: I don't know.

    Aunt May: I never heard from you. Did you ever propose?

    Peter Parker: You said a husband's gotta put his wife before himself.

    [puts the ring in her hand]

    Peter Parker: I'm not ready.

    Aunt May: But what happened? You seemed so sure.

    Peter Parker: Yeah. I, uh... I hurt her, Aunt May. I don't know what to do.

    Aunt May: Well, you start by doing the hardest thing: You forgive yourself. I believe in you, Peter. You're a good person. And I know you'll find a way to put it right.

    [places the ring on the TV]

    Aunt May: In time.

  • Mary Jane Watson: Who are you?

    Peter Parker: I don't know...

  • Peter Parker: I never should have hurt you. And said those things.

    Harry Osborn: None of that matters, Peter. You're my friend.

    Peter Parker: Best friend.

  • Harry Osborn: You knew this was coming, Pete!

    Peter Parker: Listen to me! I didn't kill your father! He was trying to kill me! He killed himself!

    Harry Osborn: Shut up!

  • Mr. Ditkovitch: Rent?

    Peter Parker: You'll get it later.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: It's a free country. Not a rent-free country.

    [Tries opening his room and the door handle breaks]

    Mr. Ditkovitch: [yelling]

    Peter Parker: You will get your rent when you fix this DAMN DOOR!

  • Crowd: [cheering] Kiss him! Kiss him!

    Peter Parker: Go ahead. Lay one on me.

    Gwen Stacy: Really?

    Peter Parker: Yeah. They'll love it.

    Boy at Keys to the City Ceremony: [covering eyes] Don't do it, Spidey.

    [Gwen pulls a part of Spider-Man's mask down; they kiss]

    Boy at Keys to the City Ceremony: Ew.

  • Miss Brant: Your shots are so good.

    Peter Parker: I'd love to shoot you sometime.

    Miss Brant: Peter Parker... oh, Peter...

    J. Jonah Jameson: Brant, that's not the position I hired you for!

  • Peter Parker: Harry! I need your help. I can't take them both, not by myself.

    Harry Osborn: [turns to reveal scars] You don't deserve my help.

    Peter Parker: Harry... she needs us.

    Harry Osborn: Get out.

  • Maître d': [in French accent] Name, please?

    Peter Parker: Parker, Peter.

    Maître d': [looks through reservation book] Ahh, there we are... table for two, Pecker...

    Peter Parker: Parker...

    Maître d': [in French accent] That is what I said, Pecker!

  • Harry Osborn: [after topping his drink with an olive, Harry realizes that Peter is standing behind him] Would you like a drink? I'm sorry. What was I thinking? Bad for the public image, right, Mr. Key-to-the-City?

    Peter Parker: [referring to Mary Jane] What did you do to her?

    Harry Osborn: [Harry takes a sip of his drink] I did what you failed to do. I was there for her. Mary Jane and I, we understand each other.

    Peter Parker: She doesn't know what you are.

    Peter Parker: Peter, she knows me very well. And when she kissed me, it was just like she used to kiss me. That taste... Strawberries.

  • [Harry, chasing Peter, throws one of his many devices at him. As it explodes and becomes a razor bat... ]

    Peter Parker: Hate those things!

  • Mary Jane Watson: Tell me again. Was I really good? I was so nervous. My knees were shaking.

    Peter Parker: Your knees were fine.

    Mary Jane Watson: The applause wasn't very loud.

    Peter Parker: Yes, it was. Well, it's the acoustics. It's all about diffusion. It keeps the sound waves from grouping. You see when the sound waves, they propogate, then it's like an...

    Mary Jane Watson: You are such a nerd.

  • Peter Parker: Hey, Mr. Ditkovitch.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: An orange?

    Peter Parker: No, thanks. Listen, I'm really sorry for what happened earlier. I shouldn't have yelled about that door. It was nothing to be angry about.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: Ah, it's no big deal. But if you feel that bad about it, you can buy me pizza some time. Today's good.

    Peter Parker: Okay.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: Problem with the phone?

    Peter Parker: No, no. I was just - Well, I was trying to figure out what to say.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: If it's a woman you're calling, then you say: "You're good woman. I'm good man..."

    Peter Parker: [confused stare]

    Mr. Ditkovitch: Hm?

    Ursula: Hi, Pete.

    Peter Parker: Hi.

    Mr. Ditkovitch: He's calling a woman.

    Ursula: Are you calling Mary Jane? I think that would be so good...

    Mr. Ditkovitch: This is none of your business. Go. Go.

    [to Peter]

    Mr. Ditkovitch: Call.

  • Mary Jane Watson: Tell me you love me?

    Peter Parker: I love you... I love you so much. I always have.

  • Jazz Club Bouncer: [to the manager] Everything okay here Paul?

    Peter Parker: [to the manager] Yeah, everything okay here Paul?

    Jazz Club Manager: Take him out of here.

    Jazz Club Bouncer: [grabbing Peter's arm] Let's go, sir.

    Peter Parker: Take your hands off me.

  • Peter Parker: We can find a way to settle this.

    Eddie Brock: You're so right. I'm thinking... humiliation. Kind of like how you humiliated me. Do you remember? Do you remember what you did to me? You made me lose my girl. Now I'm gonna make you lose yours. How's that sound, tiger?

  • Peter Parker: Now dig on this.

  • Mary Jane Watson: Do you want to push me away?

    Peter Parker: Push you away? Why would I want to push you away... I love you!

  • Joseph 'Robbie' Robertson: [examining photos] Black-suit Spider-Man! We gotta have these, Jonah.

    J. Jonah Jameson: I'll pay you the usual rate.

    Peter Parker: You want the photos, I'll take the staff job. Double the money.

  • Dr. Curt Connors: ...Don't let any of that get on you.

    Peter Parker: Why?

    Dr. Curt Connors: It has the characteristics of a symbiote, which needs to bond to a host in order to survive. And once it binds... it can be hard to UNbind.

  • Peter Parker: This suit, where'd this come from? The power, feels good... But you lose yourself to it...

  • [from trailer]

    Peter Parker: This suit, where'd this come from? The power, feels good... But you lose yourself to it...

  • [after he pulls Eddie out of symbiote, Peter grabs a pumpkin bomb and tosses it into the cage to destroy it]

    Eddie Brock: Peter! What are you doing? No!

    Peter Parker: Eddie!

    [Eddie runs back into the cage with symbiote and both are are vaporized by the explosion]

  • Peter Parker: [takes off his mask, has sand all over his face after just fighting the Sandman] Where do these guys COME from?

    [takes off a boot, tips it upside down, sand continously pours out]

  • Peter Parker: [to Eddie Brock] You want forgiveness? Get religion.

  • Peter Parker: [eating a cookie while on the phone] Mmm, these are good. You got any with nuts?

    Ursula: No, but I have some nuts, I could... make some...

    Peter Parker: Go make me some.

  • Mary Jane Watson: You know what? I'd like to sing on stage for the rest of my life... with you in the first row.

    Peter Parker: I'll be there.

  • Peter Parker: It's me, Peter Parker. Your friendly neighborhood - you know. I've come a long way since I was the boy bit by a spider. Back then nothing seemed to go right for me. Now people really like me. The city is safe and sound. Guess I had a little something to do with that. My uncle Ben would be proud. I still go to school. Top of my class. And I'm in love. With the girl of my dreams.

  • Peter Parker: This man killed my uncle, and he's still out there!

  • Peter Parker: I don't need your help.

    Mary Jane Watson: Everybody needs help sometimes, Peter. Even Spider-Man.

  • Peter Parker: Good riddance.

  • Peter Parker: [planning how he's going to propose] So, you want some champagne? How'd that get in there? Oh, don't cry.

  • Peter Parker: [walking over the bridge in Central Park] You look beautiful!

    Peter Parker: [MJ doesn't respond, Peter shows some flowers] Peonies

    Peter Parker: [looks at MJ as he can sense something is wrong with her] You okay?

    Mary Jane Watson: No! There's something I need to tell you right now, Pete!

    Peter Parker: [confused] What?

    Mary Jane Watson: 'Tis not working! You and Me!

    Peter Parker: [confused and quite shocked] What?

    Mary Jane Watson: I don't wanna see you anymore!

    Peter Parker: [still confused in despair] You kidding me, right?

    Mary Jane Watson: No! I kid not, Pete! I don't love you anymore!

    Peter Parker: What are you mean! What are you talking about?

    Mary Jane Watson: I'm all alone! I'm lonely and you aren't there for me! It's all over!

    Peter Parker: No! MJ, Please don't say that! I know I haven't been myself lately but listen! I can do better and I can change!

    Mary Jane Watson: Pete! It is not that simple!

    Peter Parker: But we love each other! I love you! If people have problems don't they sit down and talk it all through together!

    Mary Jane Watson: [covers her face]

    Peter Parker: [goes into his pocket to get the engagement ring his Aunt May gave him] MJ! I've got something to show you!

    Mary Jane Watson: What?

    Peter Parker: [shows MJ the engagement ring] Look! Do you see this ring?

    Mary Jane Watson: [gasps]

    Peter Parker: Do you realise what I've always wanted to do to you?

    Mary Jane Watson: There's someone else! I've fallen for someone else!

    [walks off]

  • [Mary Jane arrives at Peter's door, brandishing a newspaper with a review of her Broadway debut]

    Mary Jane Watson: The review.

    Peter Parker: Oh!

    Mary Jane Watson: They hated it. They hated me.

    Peter Parker: Well, they can't hate you.

    Mary Jane Watson: [quoting] The young Miss Watson is a pretty girl, easy on the eyes, but not on the ears. Her small voice didn't carry past the first row.

    Peter Parker: That's ridiculous! I was right there.

    Mary Jane Watson: You were in the first row.

    Peter Parker: Yeah, but that's - listen. You were great. That's a critic. This is something you're gonna have to get used to. Believe me, I know. Spider-Man gets attacked all the time.

    Mary Jane Watson: This isn't about you. This is about me. It's about my career.

    Peter Parker: I know, and I'm just saying, you can't let it, you can't let it bring you down. You just gotta believe in yourself and you pull yourself together. You get right back on the horse.

    Mary Jane Watson: Don't give me the horse thing! Try to understand how I feel.

    [He's still smiling at her, but she sits down glumly]

    Mary Jane Watson: It's just, I look at these words, and it's like my father wrote them.

  • Henry Jackson: Hi, Peter!

    Peter Parker: Hey, Henry! You've grown tall.

    May Parker: You'll never guess who he wants to be... Spider-Man!

    Peter Parker: Why?

    May Parker: He knows a hero when he sees one. Too few characters out there, flying around like that, saving old girls like me. And Lord knows, kids like Henry need a hero. Courageous, self-sacrificing people. Setting examples for all of us. Everybody loves a hero. People line up for them, cheer them, scream their names. And years later, they'll tell how they stood in the rain for hours just to get a glimpse of the one who taught them how to hold on a second longer. I believe there's a hero in all of us, that keeps us honest, gives us strength, makes us noble, and finally allows us to die with pride, even though sometimes we have to be steady, and give up the thing we want the most. Even our dreams.

  • [Spider-Man is unable to stop the reactor, so he turns to the only person who can help him... ]

    Spider-Man: Doctor Octavius!

    [Doc Ock frowns puzzledy, He recognizes that voice - and as if to confirm it, Spider-Man removes his mask and reveals his identity... ]

    Peter Parker: We have to shut it down! Please tell me how!

    Doc Ock: Peter Parker...?Brilliant but lazy."

    [He chuckles at this statement made by his old friend, now seeing its irony]

    Peter Parker: Look at what's happening! We have to stop it!

    Doc Ock: I can't stop it... I WON'T!

    [He clamps a tentacle on Peter's neck and glares at him]

    Peter Parker: You once spoke to me about intelligence... you said it was a gift to be used for the greater good...

    Doc Ock: A privilege...

    Peter Parker: These things have turned you into something else... don't listen to THEM...

    Doc Ock: It was my dream...

    Peter Parker: Sometimes... to do what's right... we must be steady... and give up the things we desire the most... even our dreams.

    Doc Ock: You're right.

    [a piece of wreckage gets sucked into the machine. Outside several cars are pulled towards the vortex]

    Doc Ock: [to his arms] He's right...

    [the tentacles click and whirl, strongly disagreeing with him]

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Listen... listen to me now! Listen to ME now!

    [He finally acquires his sanity, and control over his tentacles. With a jerk, a tentacle lets go of Peter]

    Peter Parker: Now... tell me how to stop it!

    Dr. Otto Octavius: It can't be stopped. It's self-sustaining now.

    Peter Parker: THINK!

    Doc Ock: Unless... the river! Drown it!

    [Peter turns to leave, but a tentacle grips him once again... ]

    Dr. Otto Octavius: I'll do it.

    [He heads towards his Frankenstein creation, pausing for a moment to look back at Peter. Peter meets his glance, and then sensing someone, looks behind him and sees Mary Jane... ]

  • Mary Jane Watson: [standing at Peter Parker's door] Had to do what I had to do.

    Peter Parker: Mary Jane.

    Mary Jane Watson: Peter. I can't survive without you.

    Peter Parker: You shouldn't be here.

    Mary Jane Watson: I know you think we can't be together, but can't you respect me enough to let me make my own decision? I know there'll be risks but I want to face them with you. It's wrong that we should be only half alive... half of ourselves. I love you. So here I am - standing in your doorway. I have always been standing in your doorway. Isn't it about time somebody saved your life?

    Mary Jane Watson: Well, say something.

    Peter Parker: Thank you, Mary Jane Watson.

    Mary Jane Watson: [They kiss, which is interrupted by police sirens. Peter stands, conflicted on whether he should respond. Mary Jane, with an accepting smile, responds:] Go get 'em, tiger.

  • Peter Parker: Mr. Jameson, please, isn't there any of these shots you can use? I really need the money.

    J. Jonah Jameson: Awww. Miss Brant?

    Miss Brant: Yeah?

    J. Jonah Jameson: Get me a violin.

  • Harry Osborn: Now... lets see who's behind the mask

    [pulls off the mask to reveal Peter]

    Harry Osborn: [stumbles backwards] Peter? No... it can't be.

    Peter Parker: [gets up] Harry, where is she? He's got MJ!

    Harry Osborn: No... all he wanted was the tritium.

    Peter Parker: Tritium? He's making the machine again. When he does, she'll die alone with half of New York, now where is he?

    Harry Osborn: [pause] Peter... you killed my father.

    Peter Parker: There are bigger things happening here than me and you.

  • Peter Parker: [realizes he may have recovered his super-powers] I'm back! I'm back!

    Peter Parker: [falls down on a car, moans] My back. My back...

  • Rosalie Octavius: Peter, tell us about yourself. Do you have a girlfriend?

    Peter Parker: Uh, well... I don't really know.

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Well, shouldn't you know? Who would know?

    Rosalie Octavius: Leave him alone. Maybe it's a secret love.

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Love should never be a secret. If you keep something as complicated as love stored up inside, it could make you sick.

  • Peter Parker: [unmasked, holding up the collapsing wall] Hi!

    Mary Jane Watson: Hi!

    Peter Parker: This is really heavy... MJ, in case we die...

    Mary Jane Watson: You do love me...

    Peter Parker: I do.

    Mary Jane Watson: Even though you said you didn't.

    Peter Parker: [nods]

  • Ben Parker: All the things that you've been thinking about, Peter... make me sad.

    Peter Parker: Can't you understand? I'm in love with Mary Jane.

    Ben Parker: You know I understand. But I thought you'd learned the meaning of responsibility.

    Peter Parker: [sigh] You don't know how it feels.

    Ben Parker: Peter, all the times we've talked of honesty, fairness, justice, out of those times I counted on you to have the courage to take those dreams out into the world.

    Peter Parker: I can't live your dreams anymore. I want a life of my own.

    Ben Parker: You've been given a gift, Peter. With great power, comes great responsibility.

    [pauses and holds out hand]

    Ben Parker: Take my hand, son.

    Peter Parker: [pause] No, Uncle Ben. I'm just Peter Parker. I'm Spider-Man... no more. No more.

    [to himself]

    Peter Parker: No more.

  • Peter Parker: I'm responsible...

    May Parker: For what?

    Peter Parker: For what happened to Uncle Ben...

    May Parker: But, you were at the library, you were doing your homework.

    Peter Parker: He drove me to the library, but I never went in.

    May Parker: What do you mean?

    Peter Parker: [sobbing] I went someplace else, someplace where I thought I could win some money, to buy a car, because I wanted to impress Mary Jane. It happened so fast... I won the money, the guy wouldn't pay me, then he got robbed... the thief was running towards me... I could have stopped him, but I wanted to take revenge... I let him go, I let him get away. He wanted a car, he tried to take Uncle Ben's. Uncle Ben said no... and then he shot him. Uncle Ben was killed that night for being the only one who did the right thing. I held his hand when he died... I've tried to tell you so many times...

  • J. Jonah Jameson: Come here. Parker, what do you know about high society?

    Peter Parker: Oh... well, I...

    J. Jonah Jameson: Don't answer that. My society photographer got hit in the head by a polo ball. You're all I got. Big party tonight for an American hero, my son the astronaut.

    Peter Parker: [serious] Could you pay me in advance?

    [Jameson laughs hysterically for a few seconds]

    J. Jonah Jameson: You serious? What, pay you for just standing there? Tomorrow night, the planeterium, 8:00. There's the door.

  • Dr. Otto Octavius: Peter Parker! And the girlfriend!

    Peter Parker: What do you want?

    Dr. Otto Octavius: [grabs Peter with a tentacle] I want you to find your friend Spider-Man. Tell him to meet me at the Westside Tower at 3 o'clock.

    Peter Parker: But I don't know where he is.

    Dr. Otto Octavius: [takes his sunglasses off with a tentacle] Find him. Or I'll peel the flesh off her bones...

    [Tentacle snaps at Peter]

    Peter Parker: [angrily] If you lay... one finger on her...

    Dr. Otto Octavius: You'll do what?

  • Rosalie Octavius: You need to sleep soundly tonight.

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Did Edison sleep before he turned on the light bulb? Did Marconi sleep before he turned on the radio? Did Beethoven sleep before he wrote the fifth?

    Peter Parker: Did Bernoulli sleep before he found the curves of quickest descent?

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Ahhh, Rosie, I love this boy.

  • Peter Parker: Dr. Connors. Sorry.

    Dr. Curt Connors: Where were you headed, Parker?

    Peter Parker: To your class.

    Dr. Curt Connors: My class is over. See me standing here?

    Peter Parker: I'm sorry. I'm trying. I wanna be here.

    Dr. Curt Connors: Then be here. Look at you, Peter. Your grades have been steadily declining. You're late for class. You always appear exhausted. Your paper on fusion is still overdue.

    Peter Parker: I know. I'm planning to write it on Dr. Otto Octavius.

    Dr. Curt Connors: Planning is not a major at this university. Octavius is a friend of mine. Better do your research, Parker. Get it done, or I'm failing you.

  • Peter Parker: [referring to Ock's fusion project] Now, tell me how to stop it!

    Dr. Otto Octavius: It can't be stopped. It's self-sustaining now.

    Peter Parker: Think!

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Unless... the river. Drown it!

    [a tentacle grabs Peter's arm]

    Dr. Otto Octavius: I'll do it.

  • J. Jonah Jameson: I'll give you $150.00 for all of them!

    Peter Parker: $300.00.

    J. Jonah Jameson: That's outrageous! Done. Give this to the girl.

  • Peter Parker: [Staring out of his apartment window] Am I not supposed to have what I want? What I need? What am I supposed to do?

  • Dr. Davis: You say you can't sleep. Heart break? Bad Dreams?

    Peter Parker: There is one dream where in my dream, I'm Spider-Man. But I'm losing my powers. I'm climbing a wall but I keep falling.

    Dr. Davis: Oh. So you're Spider-Man...

    Peter Parker: [interrupts Dr. Davis] In my dream... Actually, it's not even my dream, it's a friend of mine's dream.

    Dr. Davis: Oh. Somebody else's dream. What about this friend? Why does he climb these walls? What does he think of himself?

    Peter Parker: That's the problem, he doesn't know what to think.

    Dr. Davis: Kind of makes you mad not to know who you are? Your soul disappears, nothing is bad as uncertainty. Listen, maybe you're not supposed to be Spider-Man climbing those walls? That's why you keep falling. You'll always have a choice Peter.

    Peter Parker: [whispers] I have a choice.

  • Amazed Kid: [after two kids see Peter use his "spider" reflexes] How'd you do that?

    Peter Parker: Uh... Work out, plenty of rest. You know, eat your green vegetables.

    Amazed Kid: That's what my mom is always saying. I just actually never believed her.

  • Peter Parker: These things have turned you into something you're not.


    Peter Parker: Don't listen to them!

    Dr. Otto Octavius: It was my dream.

    Peter Parker: Sometimes, to do what's right, we have to be steady and give up the thing we want the most. Even our dreams.

    Dr. Otto Octavius: You're right.

    [the tentacles hiss and snap]

    Dr. Otto Octavius: He's right.

  • Peter Parker: Can I get you a drink.

    Mary Jane Watson: I'm with John, he'll get me my drink.

    Peter Parker: John...

    Mary Jane Watson: By the way, John has seen my show 5 times. Harry has seen it twice. Aunt May has seen it. My sick mother got out of bed to see it. Even my father, he came backstage to borrow cash. But my best friend who cares so much about me, can't make 8 o'clock curtain. After all these years, he's nothing to me but an empty seat.

  • Mr. Ditkovich: Rent!

    Peter Parker: Hi.

    Mr. Ditkovich: Hi? What's hi? Can I spend it?

  • Man Outside Peter's apartment: [Peter is screwing his wheel onto his bicycle, the wheel flies outside and hits someone] Hey! You punk!

    Peter Parker: Sorry!

  • Mary Jane Watson: [on the giant spider web] I think I always knew all this time who you really were.

    Peter Parker: Then you know why we can't be together. Spider-Man will always have enemies. I can't let you take that risk. I will always be Spider-Man. You and I can never be...

  • Peter Parker: [Aunt May is moving, and boxes are outside her house] Hey, where are all my comic books?

    May Parker: Oh, those dreadful things? I gave those away.

  • [Trying to motivate himself]

    Peter Parker: Strong focus on what I want.

  • Peter Parker: [sees Harry drinking] Hey, you might wanna take it easy there, buddy.

    Harry Osborn: What, it's a party... wouldn't you be drinking if you lost a bundle on some crackpot who you thought was gonna take him with you to fame and fortune? Not to mention your friend the bug.

    Peter Parker: Not tonight Harry.

    Harry Osborn: Every night! Until I find him it's 24/7.

  • Mary Jane Watson: Do you love me?

    Peter Parker: [pauses] ... No.

  • Mr. Aziz: Joe's 29-minute guarantee is a promise, man. I know to you, Parker, a promise means nothing, but to me it's serious.

    Peter Parker: It's serious to me too, Mr. Aziz.

    Mr. Aziz: You're fired.

  • Peter Parker: Would you think about it?

    Mary Jane Watson: Think about what?

    Peter Parker: Picking up where we left off.

    Mary Jane Watson: Where was that? We never got on. You can't get off if you don't get on Peter.

  • Train Conductor: [after Spider-Man attempts to slow the train with just his foot] Any more bright ideas?

    Peter Parker: I got a few. Yeah!

  • Peter Parker: Pizza time!

    Receptionist: [looks at the clock on the wall] You're late. I'm not paying for those.

  • Mary Jane Watson: [sees Peter Parker approach her] Oh... you.

    Peter Parker: Listen, I'm sorry, but there was a disturbance.

    Mary Jane Watson: I don't know you and I can't keep thinking about you. It's too painful.

    Peter Parker: I've been reading poetry lately.

    Mary Jane Watson: Whatever that means.

    Peter Parker: Day by day he gazed upon her, Day by day he sighed with passion, Day by day...

    Mary Jane Watson: [Interrupts Parker] Don't start.

  • [Peter is talking on M.J.'s answering machine]

    Peter Parker: I know you were afraid I would disappoint you.

    Mary Jane Watson: Bingo.

  • [first lines]

    Peter Parker: [narrating] She looks at me everyday. Mary Jane Watson. Oh boy! If she only knew how I felt about her. But she can never know. I made a choice once to live a life of responsibility. A life she can never be a part of. Who am I? I'm Spider-Man, given a job to do. And I'm Peter Parker, and I too have a job.

  • Peter Parker: Um, I don't have time for girls right now.

    Harry Osborn: What are you - dead?

  • Mary Jane Watson: [in Aunt May's backyard] I liked seeing you tonight, Peter.

    Peter Parker: Oh boy, yeah...

    Mary Jane Watson: Oh boy, yeah, what?

    Peter Parker: Nothing.

    Mary Jane Watson: You want to say something?

    Peter Parker: I... was... wondering if you're still in the village...

    Mary Jane Watson: You're such a mystery. Peter...

    Peter Parker: What?

    Mary Jane Watson: Happy Birthday!

  • Dr. Otto Octavius: If you want to get a woman to fall in love with you, feed her poetry.

    Peter Parker: Poetry?

    Dr. Otto Octavius: Never fails.

  • Peter Parker: [speaks to MJ through a dead phone line] I wanna tell you the truth... here it is: I'm Spider-Man. Weird, huh? Now you know why I can't be with you. If my enemies found out about you... if you got hurt, I could never forgive myself. I wish I could tell you how I feel about you...

  • Peter Parker: [consoling his Aunt who blamed herself for Uncle Ben's death] Aunt May, you don't have to punish yourself...

    May Parker: Oh, I know I shouldn't. It's just that you wanted to take the subway, and he wanted to drive you. If only I had stopped him, we'd all three of us be having tea together.

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