I've stuck up for this a bit, but yes, the fact we are going to spend another 40 minutes+ on his origin is incredibly frustrating.
While there weren't oneliners per se, to say that there wasn't any humor in Raimi's films is something that gets repeated and makes me wonder if I've been watching different films than everyone else. Or maybe I'm just an easy sell, and am fine with Spidey cracking two or three jokes while the rest of the time is filled out with humor at Peter Parker's expense. Especially in Spider-Man 2; the guy just can't win, even when he's tying his shoes. It's heightened, it's tongue-in-cheek, and it totally WORKS. I sometimes feel that fans want him to be Deadpool sans guns, but then, they're probably the same fans who think Carnage was a good idea.
Spider-Man isn't Deadpool, but he does wise-crack a lot, just in a less irreverent way. There is humor in the Raimi films, but a lot of it is more slapsticky and campy (not anywhere near as bad as the 'humor' in the Transformers films, but it is a similar approach) than dialogue based. That wasn't helped by the fact that Maguire isn't funny.