Spider-Man: Far From Home is the best-received Spider-Man movie and Marvel Cinematic Universe movie by audiences on Rotten Tomatoes.
Far From Home carries a 97% user score after 20,710 ratings, topping Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (93%, 16,983 ratings), Spider-Man: Homecoming (88%, 106,222 ratings), Spider-Man 2 (82%, 1.1 million ratings) and The Amazing Spider Man (77%, 815,000 ratings).
2007’s Spider-Man 3 is worst-received at 51% from 2.2m ratings, below Spider Man (67%, 34.2m ratings) and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (64%, 221,702 ratings).
In terms of reception from critics, Best Animated Picture Oscar winner Spider Verse is best received at 97%, trailed by Spider-Man 2 (93%), Homecoming and Far From Home (tied at 92%), and Spider-Man (90%). In sixth place is Amazing Spider-Man (72%), just ahead of Spider-Man 3(63%) and Amazing Spider-Man 2 (52%).
According to critics, Amazing Spider-Man 2 is the worst Spider-Man movie; among moviegoers, that designation goes to Spider-Man 3.
Though its score is expected to fluctuate as Far From Home is just days into its worldwide release, the overseas-set Spidey currently stands as the best-received MCU movie by audiences: its 97% tops Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Guardians of the Galaxy (tied at 92%), as well as Iron Man, The Avengers, Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame (all at 91%).
Following are Captain America: Civil War (89%), Spider-Man: Homecoming (88%), Thor: Ragnarok(87%), Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (87%), Ant-Man (86%), Doctor Strange (86%) and Avengers: Age of Ultron (83%).
Sub ‘80s scores include Black Panther (79%), Iron Man 3 (78%), Thor, Thor: The Dark World and Ant-Man and the Wasp (tied at 76%), Captain America: The First Avenger (74%), Iron Man 2 (72%) and The Incredible Hulk (70%).
The only Marvel Studios movie with a “rotten” audience score is Captain Marvel (55%), famously targeted in a review bomb that ultimately inspired changes on the Rotten Tomatoes website; now only verified ticket purchasers can affect audience ratings.