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Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

A New Era For Spider-Man

Since 2002 Marvel’s hit superhero Spider-man has graced screens all over the globe. Securing a special place in everyone’s hearts spanning across generations. Becoming eternally known as the friendly neighborhood wall crawler who stands up to any bully and will always strive to do the right thing.

Debuting through an origin created from comic books (Stan Lee, Steve Ditko) then animated tv shows to several blockbuster movie series being developed about the character. With the likes of Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and Tom Holland all taking up the titular mantle.

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MJ (Left) and Spider-Man (Right) Pictured Above in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Image Via Sony


Now with 2022 looming around the corner, the MCU has delivered it’s last and latest blockbuster of the year in Spider-Man: No Way Home. The follow-up to Spider-Man:Homecoming (2016) and Spider-Man:Far From Home (2019). With significant rumors circulating the production and debut of the film, anticipation grew to its highest in years amongst various theatrical releases since the beginning of the pandemic. 

The Highest Stakes Yet

The movie brings a sense of enlightenment , hopefulness and joy into your viewing. Yet also slowly elevates feelings of suspense, despair and shock to its maximum. Carrying along the foundation of the film you have the spectacular performances by Tom Holland (Spider-Man), Marisa Tomei (Aunt May), Zendaya (MJ), Jacob Batalon (Ned Leeds) and Benedict Cumberbatch (Dr.Strange).

Showcasing incredible battles and hardships for our youthful avenger Peter Parker (Tom Holland) to juggle constantly. And each moment delivering a unique experience that may entice you to start gripping your popcorn tightly. Not only does the movie carefully consider various developments along his tenure as the hero in the MCU but it passionately shows his ever-growing vulnerability in this newest instalment.

Spider-Man (Tom Holland) Pictured Above in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Image Via Sony

Discovering what it truly means to be Spider-Man is highlighted throughout Peter’s journey in the film. During which he endures countless schemes and plots developed by nostalgic villains such as Doc Ock (Alfred Molina), Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) and Electro (Jamie Foxx).

Including jaw-dropping setpieces and a lush soundtrack to follow truly establishes an immersive euphoria throughout the film. While also displaying multiple tear jerking moments that have stemmed from the stellar writing by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. Cements this latest outing for our neighborhood hero as one of the most daring Spider-man movies ever created.

Receiving extremely high praise from fans and critics around the world.  The movie also effortlessly climbed to a $1 billion dollar box office status, where the last movie to reach $1 billion at the box office worldwide was Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, which was released back in December 2019 Pre-COVID.


The Path Ahead For The Wall-Crawler

While keeping all the key factors in play that genuinely symbolize the superhero. New ideas and more creative aspects that were once held as mere dreams have culminated into the latest MCU flick. Solidifying Tom Holland‘s Spider-man MCU trilogy to be one of the best amongst the other hero-filled heavyweights of the box office.

Spider-Man (Left) and Dr.Strange (Right) Pictured Above in Spider-Man: No Way Home, Image Via Sony

Spider-Man fans rejoice being treated to not only No Way Home in 2021. But a sequel to the dynamicly animated Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018) has been announced for next year. Confirming the wall crawler has a lot more content in store for us on the horizon.

If you are looking for a action packed, suspense-filled, passionate tale, gather up some family or friends. Take a trip to your local movie theater, grab some popcorn and check out Spider-Man: No Way Home.

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