@spideyivydaredevilfan26: He had a very elitist view of Spider-Man that romanticized everything Bronze Age and deemed everything else as worthless, hence why he hated Venom and intentionally sabotaged the character in Spider-Man 3
“I don’t even want to comment on Venom, because I know he’s a great character and all the fans love him. I never want to say anything bad about a much-beloved character because usually it turns out that I’m the one that doesn’t understand what makes it great.” - Sam Raimi
"Also, I find it laughable how anyone could say that his Green Goblin was accurate. Raimi tried to do this weird thing where Norman was sometimes really sympathetic and tragic and then sometimes a misogynistic, sadistic monster and it didn't work at all. Had NO basis in the comics."
Norman Osborne is one of the most inconsistently defined Spider-Man villains. His personality always changed from one thing to another. At some point, he is a lovable father. At other point, he's an awful father. In 616 universe, he killed Gwen because he wanted to hurt Harry's friends because of how much he loved him. In 1610, he once said to Peter that he will kill Harry if Peter will tell him the truth about Norman. So yes, it does HAVE basis in the comics. In fact, when he first appeared, there wasn't even any Norman Osborne persona and it was only Goblin and his alter ego came later.