My Review On Spiderman: No Way Home
As MCU introduced spiderman to the Avengers from Civil War, I am not the only one who was unsatisfied with spiderman’s character played by Tom Holland. But That’s not the case now, Now, personally, I found this movie as the biggest masterpiece ever created. With at least five villains, rumors of returning Spider-Men, a record-breaking trailer and the concept of the multiverse opening it all up, Spider-Man: No Way Home plays just about every trump card it has to claim the title of the next Avengers: Endgame.
Firstly, Let’s see the fan’s review of this movie.
When Spiderman into Spider-Verse movie came out, watching that movie really touched my heart. Somehow I find satisfaction, a complete satisfaction. And similarly, this movie has those keys to touch. Well, if you haven’t watched this movie yet, then go and watch it now. [SPOILER ALERT]
There was a scene when his aunt dies, he goes to a lonely place and just waits there. I know you may not find that a huge thing but that’s what Peter Parker is. I have been following Spiderman from Kid and in all the movies that are the character of Peter Parker, a lonely man. Who has about no one to talk to and share. Really this movie puts some weight on Peter Parker’s character and pulls him from a Spider Kid to Spiderman.
If you are just watching this movie without any previous Spiderman movies, well you may not find this movie as interesting as we do. Just make sure you've seen all the previous Spider-Man movies. No Way Home manages a surprisingly tidy plot if you understand where each player comes from. Watch Spider-Man's back catalog and you'll be in the know as to why the people at the back of the theater are cheering at any given moment.