The Ultimate Boon.
According to the theory, the ultimate boon is an achievement of the goal of the quest. It is what the person went on the journey to get. All the previous steps serve to prepare and purify the person for this step, since in many myths the boon is something superior like the elixir of life itself, or a plant that supplies immortality, or the Holy Grail. This step was precisely followed and executed by the director. Peter successfully devices the lizard's plans and manages to defuse them. Peter eventually disperses an antidote cloud that restored the victims to normal. By doing this, peter not only displays his physical abilities that he acquired but also shows his intellectual capabilities. This means that the hero uses his natural god gifted abilities as well as his super powers to defeat the villain. This concept rather develops the theory as it not only follows it but also adds to it. The director not only portrays the super heroes acquired abilities but also those of his own. This differentiates Spiderman from the rest of the super hero movies as peter was not provided with his greatest strength but was born with it. Peter's intelligence and his ingenious scheme to discharge the villain allowed him to achieve his ultimate goal or the ultimate boon. Another difference between the movie and theory was that throughout the movie peter seemed rather confused and puzzled. Unlike the theory, peter was not observed of the challenges ahead and his goal remained opaque right till the climax. Initially, the hero set out in revenge to find the person that killed his uncle and bring him to justice. Apparently, Peter's final goal was revenge. But as his journey progressed he was placed in a path of another dimension that was to lead him to his ultimate boon.
Narrative element: We see Character Development in Peter’s character changed from immature and unexperienced young Peter to brave and responsible individual and this change in him is significant to the Ultimate boon because now his character traits implies that he acknowledges that it’s his responsibility to save his town and if his character did not change he wouldn’t have been able to complete the quest.
Rescue from without
According to the monomyth, Just as the hero may need guides and assistants to set out on the quest, oftentimes he or she must have powerful guides and rescuers to bring them back to everyday life, especially if the person has been wounded or weakened by the experience. Director generally followed this plot line. Two characters were set up to help peter achieve 'the ultimate boon'. Gwen, one of those characters, helped Peter throughout his journey. She supplied Peter with the moral support to survive his journey. By supporting Peter despite her father's strict disapproval of Spiderman, Gwen took the role of a pulley at equilibrium. In other...