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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Spoiler Review: A Treat For Fans

By Kunal Sharma
December 18,2021

Warning: This Article Contains SPOILERS For Spider-Man No Way Home

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ starts right after ‘Far From Home’ (2019) left. Now everyone knows who the Spider-Man is. The initial phase of the movie shows us why Peter’s secret is crucial. Not just to him but also to his friends and loved ones. Later, Peter decided to asks Doctor Strange to change things back to the way they were before. But as the sorcerer uses his powers to make the world forget Spider-Man’s identity, Peter gets a lot more than he bargained for. And this makes the multiverse open and Peter starts receiving visitors.

Yes! Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are in the film and not just with short cameos, they actually have a satisfying story arc that takes many of the tropes from their own films. In fact, you could watch the first two Tobey Maguire films and the two Andrew Garfield movies before this one and realize there’s a cohesive story between all five of those.


All the villains who appeared in the movie also have great motives inside their story arcs that make them sympathize with all of them. But the villain who completely stole the show was Willem Defoe’s Green Goblin, who is more evil than he was during his movie from two decades ago. There are plenty of similarities between this plot and the one from ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ in terms of using characters from different universes.

But Marvel Studios made sure this was a completely different story that gets a little messy at times. Jokes are sometimes overdone and Andrew Garfield’s Spider-Man character felt a little like the butt of the joke when all three Spider-Men were compared. A small spoiler is the confirmation of Charlie Cox’s Daredevil character confirming what Kevin Feige recently said about his return to Marvel Studios.


The third Spider-Man film in the MCU isn’t afraid to step away from the visually spectacular action to develop emotional beats. This happens even during massive set pieces, and director Jon Watts uses them to focus on heavier or lighter themes in equal measure as the situation demands. Even if this comes at the cost of the film’s runtime, it works more often than not. While a couple of No Way Home’s sections may overstay their welcome, they will be generally well-received.

The bold and ambitious screenplay also redeems Jamie Foxx’s Max Dillon/ Electro. But Tom Holland’s Peter Parker faces his biggest and darkest challenges in this film, and the actor fully embraces it. Holland simultaneously elevates the rest of the cast while managing to stand out on his own.

In conclusion, this stands as the best Spider-Man live-action film of them all because they managed to combine elements from three different generations without making a mess. Although it’s easy to follow the film independently, knowledge of the previous Spider-Man films only enriches this sweeping experience. ‘No Way Home’ is undoubtedly the most crowd-pleasing Spider-Man film of all time. Kevin Feige has another blockbuster in his hands. You shouldn’t go to the theatre and see this film, you should run and see it as soon as possible.


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