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MPAA Rated PG-13 for stylized action violence

Sex & Nudity

  • Two kissing scenes. The second one is very passionate with some moans and gasps.
  • In the final battle scene, a woman's clothes get torn and her legs and upper thighs are shown, panties are briefly seen.
  • A woman's nipples are shown trough her wet clothes. It's brief and less noticeable than in the first film.
  • There is a very brief scene showing a woman wearing a top that shows a small part of her abdomen.
  • Mary Jane and her boyfriend kiss in front of the theater.
  • Mary Jane and Peter Parker kiss passionately in his apartment.
  • Mary Jane's cleavage can be seen when she is in her wedding dress.
  • In the opening credits, one of the illustrations shows Mary Jane and Spider-Man kiss.

Violence & Gore

  • Peter Parker sees a student his age being beaten half to death by two thugs. After a conflicted moment, he decides not to intervene and walks the other way.
  • Peter is flung against a wall by Doc Ock. Bricks. wood and other debris fall all over him.
  • Spider-Man is fighting with two criminals.
  • Destruction of cars are featured and people sometimes escaping in order to evade from getting hurt.
  • Doctor Octopus' tentacles attack doctors in an operating room after the doctors tried to cut them off. While the scene is quite violent and even scary, there is no blood or gore in this scene.
  • Doctor Octopus is using his tentacles to destroy a taxi cab, we can possibly guess that the driver is dead.
  • Doc Ock is using money bags to beat Spider-Man.
  • Doc Ock is using his tentacles in an attempt to crush Spidey's head.
  • Spidey is using tables to defeat the villain.
  • The train fight is very intense; we can see Spidey's suit getting ripped over his body.
  • Spidey's body is pretty sliced so we can see some blood.
  • Doc Ock is beating the train driver, nearly kills him.
  • The final fight between Doc Ock and Spidey is very intense, much more than the train fight.
  • Doc Ock strangles Peter.


  • Very mild language
  • 4 uses of crap

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Doc Ock smokes a cigar in one scene. J. Jonah Jameson also smoke a cigar.
  • Harry can be seen drinking some liquor. He appears drunk.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The Green Goblin's Ghost appears at the end and encourages Harry to kill Peter. This scene is very dark and intense.
  • The film's overall tone is rather somber and depressing.
  • Most upbeat in the trilogy
  • There is a scene where Doc Ock's mechanical arms attack doctors in a surgery room after the doctors try and cut them off to save Dr. Octavius. This is the darkest scene in the entire film and has the feel of a horror movie.
  • Doc Ock is might be very scary sometimes.
  • There is a scene in which Doc Ock is crawling over a wall of an office building, there is a jump scare.
  • The train fight is very intense.
  • The final battle between Spiderman and Doc Ock is much more intense than the train fight.


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Violence & Gore

  • Doc ok sacrifices himself to save New York he accepts his death and its very sad but he will return in no way home

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Doc Ock's death is intense.

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