Spider-Man No Way Home movie review
Review of the movie Spider-Man: No Way Home: You get three bangs for your buck, and Tom Holland’s Peter is still as likeable and eager as ever.
Review of Spider-Man No Way Home: Peter Parker, as Spider-Man, has always lived by the motto “with great ability comes great responsibility.” But with tremendous power comes great responsibility, and if you were expecting that Spider-third Man’s outing would be when Tom Holland came to terms with that, you’re going to be disappointed. Yes, No Way Home has been all over the news and social media lately. Yes, you get three times the value for your money. The pleasure of revisiting your favourite Spider-Man films is undeniable. And, of course, Peter from Holland is still as pleasant and enthusiastic as he ever was.
Even after Cumberbatch’s Dr Strange conjures up a metaverse of various villains and numerous heroes with some franticly moving hands and not as engaged thinking, it’s unclear what all of that was about.
When Peter’s identity is disclosed to the world, a world of mobile phones, photographers, and The Daily Bugle — celebrity and ignominy – ensues. Peter’s college application was rejected by MIT, as well as the applications of his pals MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (a winsome Batalon). After his identity was disclosed, Peter is finally convinced that Dr. Strange is capable of undoing the damage and making everyone forget who he is.
Clearly, something goes awry when, at Peter’s befuddled insistence, Dr. Strange repeatedly pulls light strands out of a world-altering spell. Dr. Octopus (Alfred Molina), Green Goblin (William Dafoe), Electro (Jamie Foxx), Sandman, and the Lizard are among the enemies Spider-Man has faced in the past.
Everything seems to be going smoothly so far. However, the plot starts to go awry around this point, as it has already entered the hazardous region of several realities. To be a hero, you have to do something more than just fight baddies. It’s not just a random act of kindness. That which Peter decides to do at this moment is set to have ramifications that he doesn’t fully think through – or that the film even allows him to face.
Dr. Octopus is on his way home, thanks to Spider Manno. Dr. Octopus, played by Alfred Molina, makes a triumphant return in Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The monsters that emerge from parallel universes into our own are a lot more entertaining. Molina has the most hefty screen presence, and he gets his own delicious fight on a bridge, complete with dangling automobiles and swinging people and women. When the two actors who play two of the greatest Super-Men villains meet together, they remain wicked but now are also considerably hilarious, as Dafoe mostly snarls and gnarls.
Two other beings who enter our realm via a portal have the same experience. The screams of delight that welcome them at the theatre are a clear indication of how much they have been missed, despite the intervening years. As a member of a team, Holland, whose Spider-Man has always been simply one among many Avengers, does admirably. While the dialogue is sharp and funny, the performances by Holland, Zendaya, and Batalon are convincing as young people who are frequently out of their depth in the world of superheroes. The battles are well-staged, and the mirror dimension that Dr. Strange creates during one of these clashes is breathtaking. Math”), and the past and present are intricately intertwined.
What it indicates about the future, on the other hand, may leave you perplexed. When it comes to “everyone deserving second chances,” the movie No Way Home is a major one. We’ll probably still be Peter Parker rather than Spider-Man, though. What do you think about the film’s readiness?
- Spider-Man No Way Home movie director: Jon Watts
- Spider-Man No Way Home movie cast: Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Willem Dafoe, Marisa Tomei, J K Simmons
- Spider-Man No Way Home movie rating: 3.5 stars