: : What are the odds? Mary Jane Mary Jane : That's impossible. As he walks away from the fight, trying to get the sand out of all the nooks and crannies, he says, “Where do all these guys come from?” It’s a good question. Peter Parker: I was in the neighborhood... Spider-Man: Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man. Mary Jane: There's fourteen. Peter Parker Leave Spider-Man alone! New Yorker on Bridge I wouldn't want to fight me, neither. Mary Jane You said that? He lifts the last thug up, then drops him to the ground. : : Harry Osborn Hotline... your mom, told my aunt, told me... Mary Jane I was in the neighborhood, needed to see a friendly face. [Spider-Man successfully lowers Mary Jane and the tram car onto the barge boat. He’s eternally unfulfilled with his double life as Spider-Man and isn’t sure how to feel about it. Peter Parker : | This is a powerful quote, because it feeds into the struggle that makes Spider-Man such a tragic and relatable character: he loves people, and to protect them, he has to keep his distance from them, because he loves them so much. You feel excited, and at the same time, terrified. Spider-Man: You have a knack for getting in trouble. Peter Parker: [smiles, not knowing what to say] I dunno. You were awesome in all the school plays. But our relationship is the greatest trap of all. As a scientist, all he wants is to be remembered for his achievements. It's as if you've reached the unreachable and you weren't ready for it.". Mary Jane: Thanks for sticking up for me, Harry. Can I take your picture for the school paper? : : : Mary Jane Peter Parker Hold on! : Can you believe that? : : Just think of the widow warbler and the wren. They said I needed acting lessons. Hey! : Marisa Tomei makes a fine Aunt May, but no one can beat Rosemary Harris’ delivery of this touching monologue, which indirectly convinces Peter to take back up the Spider-Man mantle: “Too few characters out there, flying around like that, saving old girls like me. As Mary Jane asks Peter what he told Spider-Man about her, he just drops all the lies and speaks from the heart: “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. : I love you... don't go... please... My heart's racing.