Spider-Man and Harley Quinn

I was watching a Tobey Maguire Spider-Man film. He went to a prison. Outside there was a guard, who he Webbed down. He then snuck inside and stealthily took down the guard.

Inside the prison, lots of prisoners were out in the main room with others behind bars and in cages. They all started to attack him, but he jumped up onto the roof of one of the cage blocks and avoided them. He beat a load of them up and then shouted “Where is Harry Osborne?”

He found his friend and stood over him, assessing Harry’s injuries and saying “What happened to you?”

There was then a bit where Harley Quinn was inside an office building. She went into the toilets and found a security guard with a bomb strapped to him. He said something in a muffled voice about how she needed to die.

She flipped over a wall and ran out just before the bomb went off, avoiding the small blast. She saw Joker heading towards her, so she slipped back inside and hid behind the door. When he opened it and came inside, she jumped over the door and slipped out behind him. She then hid behind a column while he walked back out laughing and out through the office and left. She went back into the toilets and waited for a moment until a Lego Stargirl in a black and white version of her outfit showed up. Stargirl managed to extend her staff and said “Come on, let’s get you out of here.” She jumped out the window and Harley hopped onto the staff and they flew off.

There was also a bit where a young J Jonah Jameson was dressed as Spider-Man and on a team with Tobey’s Spider-Man and a couple of others. One of them referred to themselves as “the god squad” which someone in the audience told me was a reference to when Jameson teamed up with Spidey in the comics in a group with a similar name.

I woke up and went back to sleep, and the next part of the dream was actually really sad.

I was at home and went into mom’s room to find Max and Halle were there. We had a little play and then I went into my bedroom. There was a knock on the door and I opened it to see Grandad on his knees, I helped him up and asked him if he was okay. He said “Not doing too great, which is grandad speak for put your arm around me.”

I translated this as he wanted a hug, so I helped him in my room and gave him a big hug. I then sat us both down on my bed and just sat there hugging him. I could sense that he wasn’t well and it felt like these were his final moments.

I woke up crying.