Harry was not the hobgoblin or the second green goblin, the hobgoblin was Roderick Kingsley, trying to live up to Norman Osborn's legacy. Then later it was Jason Macendale. Also, there were many stand-ins, so others might get caught while the real Hobgoblin was around. Also, Harry was known as the new Green Goblin, so technically the movie is right.
We already have a whole topic devoted to this post, so I won't say anything more than go find it because all of this info has been divulged.
As for the movie. AN ATROCITY. Pure and simple. the 3 villains...
Goblin / Harry: Goblin was good, but Harry was such a cheesy bad guy.
Venom / Brock: Venom looked awesome and had cool scenes, but Brock was more annoying than I would have liked, even as Venom. (why did he have so many lines as venom...?)
Sandman: I loved the character and the way he was portrayed, but the situations they put him in were terrible. And why did he have the ability to fly?
As for the simbiote suit Spidey... I almost walked out. Instead of making him more agressive (which they did slightly) they made him emo... He combed his hair in front of him, wore black (not just the suit) and... strutted down the street like an imbicile. That was funny for the first... 3 seconds.
And am I the only one that felt that the movie should be re-titled = "The adventures of Peter Parker (with some spidey)"
All in all, too much stupid soap opera crap and not enough Spidey 1 liners and superhero struggles. I don't go to Spiderman 3 to see how MJ does in her acting career, or how close Peter Parker can get to becoming a slit-your-wrists wife beater. I go to see Super powered battles (which surprisingly weren't too bad when they stuck to fighting not talking) and maybe a little about how Peter can deal with an alter-ego.
So that's how I felt about the movie. 125 minutes of my life wasted. 15 minutes of marvel goodness.
Good... Bad... I'm the one with the gun.
Hail to the King Baby!!