Ben Parker : All the things that you've been thinking about, Peter... make me sad.
Peter Parker : Can't you understand? I'm in love with Mary Jane.
Ben Parker : You know I understand. But I thought you'd learned the meaning of responsibility.
Peter Parker : You don't know how it feels.
Ben Parker : Peter, all the times we've talked of honesty, fairness, justice, out of those times I counted on you to have the courage to take those dreams out into the world.
Peter Parker : I can't live your dreams anymore. I want a life of my own.
Ben Parker : You've been given a gift, Peter. With great power, comes great responsibility.
Ben Parker : Take my hand, son.
Peter Parker : No, Uncle Ben. I'm just Peter Parker. I'm Spider-Man... no more. No more.
Peter Parker : No more.
Dr. Davis : You say you can't sleep. Heart break? Bad Dreams?
Peter Parker : There is one dream where in my dream, I'm Spider-Man. But I'm losing my powers. I'm climbing a wall but I keep falling.
Dr. Davis : Oh. So you're Spider-Man...
Peter Parker : In my dream... Actually, it's not even my dream, it's a friend of mine's dream.
Dr. Davis : Oh. Somebody else's dream. What about this friend? Why does he climb these walls? What does he think of himself?
Peter Parker : That's the problem, he doesn't know what to think.
Dr. Davis : Kind of makes you mad not to know who you are? Your soul disappears, nothing is bad as uncertainty. Listen, maybe you're not supposed to be Spider-Man climbing those walls? That's why you keep falling. You'll always have a choice Peter.
Peter Parker : I have a choice.