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Errors in geography
A part of the movie features the Cleveland Trust Rotunda in the background where one can easily read "Cleveland Trust" inscribed on the Romanesque structure, although the movie is supposed to be set in New York city. Two other unique Cleveland landmarks are also briefly visible - Terminal Tower, and the marquee entrance to Playhouse Square Center.
(at around 33 mins) Captain Stacy is shown wearing a variety of medals above his shield (badge). The green bar with gold stars, and the plain green bar should be worn at the TOP of his shield, above all the other bars, (not halfway down), as they represent the Medal of Honor and the Combat Cross. (The NYPD's Highest and Second-Highest awards).
The newspaper review of Mary Jane's performance was nonsense. While she does have a weak voice - one with which in real life she never would have gotten the part - it still would have filled the house. For decades musicals have been using concealed wireless mics, which she definitely would have worn.
Incorrectly regarded as goofs
(at around 1h 4 mins) The first time the Symbiote covers Peter's Spider Man suit and "copies" it, Peter isn't wearing the spider man mask, however the symbiote copies the mask exactly, as if Peter were wearing it. However, considering the symbiote affects his mind and amplifies his emotions, it's possible the symbiote copied the suit from Peter's memory.
(at around 1h 35 mins) When Peter takes Gwen to the jazz club and they sit at the table, you can clearly see Willem Dafoe (who died as Norman Osborn in Spider-Man (2002)) sitting and enjoying himself as an extra at the table behind them. This use of major cast members doubling as extras is a habit of director Sam Raimi, which recalls his first low-budget movies.
Eddie Brock is the new guy trying to get a job at the Bugle, but in Spider-Man (2002), Jameson and Robertson talk about a photographer named Eddie who already works for the Bugle. However, they never said Eddie Brock, so "reintroducing" the character does not break continuity.