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“Spider-Man: Homecoming” features some of the best Marvel movie villains in both the Spider-Man and MCU movies to date. Here is TheWrap’s rankings from the worst to the best.

  • 12. Rhino
    Paul Giamatti’s overdone silly accent + mech suit take on this classic bad guy is the worst Spider villain in what may be the worst “Spider-Man” film. Thanks, but Rhino thanks.

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  • 11. Venom
    Long before making his third “Spider-Man” film, Sam Raimi was on the record as not liking this character at all. Sony forced him to include Venom (played by Topher Grace) anyway, which might be why it turned out so bad. 

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  • 10. Electro
    Jamie Foxx’s forgettable portrayal of Max Dillon/Electro in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” was equal parts terrible cgi, terrible performance, and all cheese. 

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  • 9. The Lizard
    “The Amazing Spider-Man”‘s Curt Connors/The Lizard was equal parts bad cgi, bad character design, and a bad take on one of Spidey’s most iconic enemies. What a waste of Rhys Ifans.

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  • 8. Sandman
    Thomas Haden Church was still hot off his “Sideways” career rejuvenation when he played Flint Marko/Sandman in “Spider-Man 3.” He’s pretty good… too bad the movie isn’t.

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  • 7. The Tinkerer
    Michael Chernus played the first-ever movie version of The Tinkerer, seen in “Spider-Man: Homecoming” as one of the Vulture’s inner circle. He’s the guy who reverse-engineered alien tech and created the Vulture crew’s gadgets.

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  • 6. Harry Osbourne/GreenGoblin
    Perhaps one of the only saving graces from “The Amazing Spider-Man” duology is Dane Dehaan’s Harry Osbourne, who had a much better arc than his predecessor.

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  • 5. The Shocker
    “Fargo” star Bokeem Woodbine’s grounded portrayal of this “Spider-Man: Homecoming” is an MCU standout.

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  • 4. Harry Osbourne (James Franco)
    James Franco’s version of Harry Osborn appears in all three Sam Raimi-directed “Spider-Man” movies. He went from being Spidey’s best bud to one of the bad guys.

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  • 3. Green Goblin
    Willem Dafoe gives an great performance as Norman Osbourne/The Green Goblin in the first “Spider-Man,” though the character gets an uneven and incomplete arc, keeping it out of the top 2.

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  • 2. The Vulture
    Michael Keaton’s performance as Adrian Toomes/The Vulture is not only a fun meta-joke about his Oscar-nominated role in “Birdman,” it also finally solved the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s so-called villain problem.

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  • 1. Doctor Octopus
    Alfred Molina portrayal of Otto Octavius in “Spider-Man 2” remains the gold standard by which all Marvel movie villains are judged by.

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    “Spider-Man: Homecoming” features some of the best Marvel movie villains in both the Spider-Man and MCU movies to date. Here is TheWrap’s rankings from the worst to the best.

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