Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021 Film) Review

Spider-Man: No Way Home movie poster Tobey Maguire Andrew Garfield

Spider-Man has been my favorite superhero since I was a little boy. I’ve watched all of the movies and most of the other media featuring our favorite wall crawler. Far From Home ended so epically that fans had so many theories about what was going to happen. And when the trailer came out, most kind of connected the dots.

Daily Bugle exposes Spider-Man Peter Parker identity Spider-Man: No Way Home

Taking place immediately after Far From Home, Peter Parker and MJ see J. Jonah Jameson use footage from Mysterio to out Peter Parker as Spider-Man. Despite being a Avenger, it goes off horribly for Peter. As Mysterio framed him for murder and other crimes.

Dr strange uses spell for Peter Parker Spider-Man: No Way Home

After it starts to negatively effect him and his friends, he begs Dr. Strange to turn back the clock. Except he doesn’t have the Time Stone anymore. Instead he does a spell that would make everyone forget Peter Parker is Spider-Man. At the last minute, Peter messes with Dr. Strange too much and the spell is ruined.

Green Goblin Spider-Man: No Way Home William Dafoe

Little do either of them know, but the multiverse has been opened. Every person who knows Peter Parker is Spider-Man comes to their universe. Most of them are pretty bad guys that we’ve seen before. Can one Spider-Man defeat all of these “ghosts” from the past?

Electro returns Jaime foxx Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home is definitely a movie I wanted to see ASAP. I kinda knew the gist of things because rumors were very strong and logical. But it is a fantastic movie. A lot of fan service, but a dream for any Spider-Man fan. The ending also teases something I really want to see get done right in a sequel.

Score: A-

Published by Adam (Neko Random)

Nerdy guy who loves video games, movies, history, tv, and trivia.

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