Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

Sunny

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Spider-Man: No Way Home has the lighthearted wit of a cartoon and the esoteric drama of a blockbuster. There aren't any spoilers in this review, but the movie will keep reminding you why Marvel and Sony are so tight-lipped about revealing more details until the movie's release.

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While we can't get into the plot, there's still a lot of interesting things to say about it, because Spider-Man: No Way Home is a really good movie. The outstanding performance of the all-star cast played a key role. The MCU's films are star-studded, and many of the world's best-known actors have played key roles in Marvel. However, I don’t know if it’s because of the epidemic or because of the lack of the foreshadowing of other MCU movies, the performance in this film feels different. Willem Dafoe did a great job playing his own character, Norman Osborn, but his reprisal of the Green Goblin is one of the most important things in Marvel movie history. His character, like the other villains in the Dutch version of the Spider-Man universe, has a deeper character than in previous Spider-Man movies.


The success of Spider-Man: Homeless is that the film revolves around Dafoe and others' excellent performances -- Alfred Molina as Doctor Octopus and Jamie Foxx as Dr. Electric Man is just as wonderful. In the laughter and tears, the audience felt a visceral empathy, which was not only rare in early MCU movies, but also lacked in previous "Spider-Man" movies. It's not that there is something wrong with the creators or actors of those films, it's more of a feeling that comes from the period in which those films were made, and the expectations of the audience at that time. Early live-action superhero movies focused more on action and explosions, with less intricate emotional impact. The emotional scenes of "Spider-Man: Homeless Heroes" are intertwined in the plot, which will not appear too deliberate and didactic, but truly demonstrate Spider-Man's creed: "With great power comes great responsibility."

The appearance of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) in this film further highlights the age gap between Peter and the other Avengers, and is more like Spider-Man. Under Tony Stark's various high-tech, Peter Parker is still a child who has to face many young people's daily chores, such as college entrance examination or something.

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It was Tony Stark who had the most exciting long-term impact on Spider-Man: No Way Home. In other universes, Peter's direct contact with Iron Man came after Spider-Man became famous. This little brat from Queens doesn't need a billionaire to invent props on his own. It's obviously different in this Spider-Man story, but now that it's been a while since Stark passed away, Spider-Man has finally regained control of himself. Once in danger, he used mathematics to escape.

This film draws many advantages and content from the MCU, and also adds to the MCU to pave the way for more possibilities. While it's exciting to watch from this angle, Spider-Man: No Way Home isn't without its flaws. When people talk about superhero fatigue, they usually don't mean fatigue in the literal sense of a superhero in a uniform, but fatigue in some of the common plot settings in similar movies. MCU movies have more or less managed to avoid similar clichés over the years, but this one still features some of its deadliest clichés: The One Hero. For a variety of reasons and choices made by Spider-Man next door, this is the situation that will surely be resolved in future movies. But at the moment, it seems that such a setting really makes people feel tired.

Other minor flaws in this film are also common in Marvel movies. There are places where the CGI is too hard, and the dialogues are too exaggerated and funny. But these hilarious moments were also what we expected. The comparison of Spider-Man: No Way Home to the cartoons above is a lovely metaphor indeed. There's all sorts of ailments about high school Peter Parker; there's all sorts of hilarious moments about a guy who swirls spiderwebs around New York City to fight criminals.

In addition to these small faults, Spider-Man: No Way Home is extremely large in size. Those worried that this film is all villains stacked up to end the series can rest assured. Much of what's in this new film will surprise you as you walk out of theaters and look forward to seeing Peter and his friends again.

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Summarize
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the latest film in the MCU to meet all the good qualities. Its impact on the entire cinematic universe, and its own emotional power, is well deserved. An excellent performance from an all-star cast, combined with a cartoon-like tone, and a variety of explosive action scenes that are indispensable in the Marvel Universe. While there are some clichéd superhero plots in the film, everything else is sure to please fans.
 

munro69

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Easily the best Spider-Man film ever made so far. No Way Home is a near perfect culmination of the three generations of spider man and even takes inspiration from the PS4 game at moments , this movie exceeds all expectations with its emotional range and action sequences and gives new meaning to this Spider-Man trilogy and gives Holland the true mantel of Spider-Man.
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Popo

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Easily the best Spider-Man film ever made so far. No Way Home is a near perfect culmination of the three generations of spider man and even takes inspiration from the PS4 game at moments , this movie exceeds all expectations with its emotional range and action sequences and gives new meaning to this Spider-Man trilogy and gives Holland the true mantel of Spider-Man.
Yes, I also like this one the best for Spider-Man, it's almost exactly what I've come to expect from it!
 
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