Spider-Man: No Way Home Movie Review

Spider-Man: No Way Home Movie Review

DISCLAIMER: This review includes NO SPOILERS!

“With great power comes great responsibility.”

Spider-Man: No Way Home. One word, wow.

The web slinger is BACK with the latest installment of the “Spider-Man” movie franchise. 

What’s not to love about Spider-Man? He’s funny, quick witted and just so easy to love! In our opinion, he’s one of the greatest superheroes of all time.

Now we don’t want to be the people who spoil the movie for those who are yet to see it so we’ve made a conscious effort to make sure we don’t spoil TOO much and give anything away. We simply wanted to give our views on the new movie and basically just tell you how INCREDIBLE it is. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home was everything we could’ve hoped for and more! It surpassed our expectations and had us leaving the cinema wanting more (if that’s even possible?!).

Combining lots of web-slinging action, nostalgia and some VERY emotional moments, this movie has it all.

In case you have no clue what the new Spider-Man movie is about, No Way Home picks up right after the very end of Spider-Man: Far From Home when Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) reveals Spider-Man’s identity to the world in a last-ditch attempt to frame him for Mysterio’s own crimes. With Spider-Man’s identity now revealed, Peter goes to Doctor Strange for help. When a spell goes wrong, some familiar faces from other worlds start to appear, forcing Peter to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.

Going into a movie that is two and a half hours long, you expect that there will be some moments where your eyes will start to wonder and you may have time to run to the toilet, BUT in this movie there wasn’t a moment where we felt bored at all. Our eyes were glued to the screen for the whole 2 hours and 28 minutes and a toilet break was out of the question.

This movie is funny, exciting and a nostalgia-fuelled trip through Spider-Man cinema that will surprise fans and if you cry at movies, get ready to cry at this one too. 

If you are a huge Marvel fan like us, then you will most likely love the relationship between Tony Stark and Spider-Man (R.I.P. Tony Stark). 

Now if we are comparing father-like figures, then Dr. Strange is a very different father figure to Peter than Tony Stark was. Although I’m sure you will agree with us when we say that they are both brilliant and very impatient men. 

Also, this movie will have you laughing to crying in a matter of minutes. Spider-Man: No Way Home is one of, if not the darkest and funniest MCU Spider-Man movie to date. 

For the first time in cinematic history, Spider-Man is unmasked and is no longer able to separate his normal life from being a Superhero. Can you believe it?! 

No Way Home is the perfect end to Tom Holland’s Homecoming trilogy. However, we really hope this movie is not the last time we see Tom Holland as Spider-Man. Don’t tell the others BUT Tom Holland is our favourite Spider-Man!

Critics have labelled the new Spider-Man movie as “the best Marvel movie of all time” and we would 100% agree. Our minds were blown, tears were shed and our jaws dropped multiple times.

It’s such a powerful movie and we guarantee that this movie will continue to break records and rightly deserved. 

If you’re going to the cinema at any point over the next few weeks, please go and see Spider-Man: No Way Home on the big screen. Trust me, you will not be disappointed. It deserves all the love and is most definitely worth all the hype. Oh, and FYI stick around for the post-credits scenes. You won’t regret it. If you’re a super fan of the Marvel franchise, then you know this already.

And now, Spider-Man: No Way Home is officially the second - highest opening weekend of all time, beating out Avengers: Infinity War! Amazing.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is out in cinemas now.

Who is your favourite Spider-Man?  Are you Team Tom Holland or are you more of a Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield fan?

Let us know in the comments below!

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