Spider-Man: No Way Home, no spoiler review

Spider-Man: No Way Home, no spoiler review


Spider-Man: No Way Home has finally arrived in cinemas and fans around the world will be able to have answers to the questions that have moved the social networks and pages dedicated to Marvel wall climbers in recent months: in addition to the villains we have seen in the trailers, who else will come from the various rifts in the Multiverse? And above all, will there be other Spider-Man as the rumors say? And if so, how many Spider-Man will there be? The Pop Culture editorial team has decided that you will not have the answer to these questions in these pages, but we will give you our impressions on the film with the utmost respect so as not to spoilers of any kind so as not to ruin the viewing experience for anyone, because believe it Spider-Man: No Way Home offers many emotions.

Spider-Man: No Way Home, no spoiler review

At the end of Spider-Man: Far from Home, Mysterio revealed to the world that Spider-Man's secret identity was actually Peter Parker, unleashing a storm in the life of the boy who suddenly finds himself the most famous person in the world, with all that goes with it: public opinion is divided in two between those who consider him a hero, and those who despise him and blame him for the death of Quentin Beck alias Mysterio. To fuel the hatred for the young hero, there is the Daily Bugle by J.J. Jameson with his smear campaign will also make Peter's loved ones and family suffer the negative consequences of this situation.

Peter Parker just has to ask for help from Doctor Strange, who thanks to his powers will make sure to erase the identity of Spider-Man from the memory of the whole world, but this would also affect MJ, Ned, Aunt May even the Avengers who would no longer have any memory of Peter Parker; so while Strange is performing his spell, Peter continues to ask for variations and exceptions that after a while will affect the effects of the spell causing a totally damaging result to the backbone of reality.

And in fact shortly after the boundaries of the Multiverse open up and old acquaintances from other worlds make their entrance into that of Peter Parker, who this time will have to solve the problem relying only on the help of MJ and Ned. Will Spider-Man be able to face Doc Ock, Electro, the Sandman, Lizard and the fearsome Green Goblin?

To respect our choice to avoid any kind of Spoiler we won't tell you more, there have already been too many leaks and theories about this film, but we assure you that the emotions and the twists will not be lacking. If you want to pass the wait, you can watch the first minute of the film that was put online by Sony.

Spider-Man: No Way Home: good and bad

Rich cast that of Spider-Man: No Way Home that in addition to the canons Tom Holland, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau and Marisa Tomei sees the addition of Benedict Cumberbatch who plays again the role of Doctor Strange, and of all the villains taken from the versions of Spider-Man by Sam Raimi and Mark Webb starring Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield: Willem Dafoe (Green Goblin ), Alfred Molina (Doctor Octopus), Jamie Foxx (Electro), Thomas Haden Church (Sandman) and Rhys Ifans (Lizard). Tom Holland, now perfectly at ease in the different versions of the Spider-Man costume, has been able to interpret very well this change of course towards the maturity of his Peter Parker, who convinces and who in this film has the opportunity to act much more face to face. discovery. The feeling with MJ (Zendaya) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) is clearly visible, they have fun, and entertain the viewer.

The interpretations of the villains are also excellent: it was a pleasure to see Alfred Molina with the mechanical tentacles of Doctor Otto Octavius, and also an Electro finally worthy of the name and no longer the result of the bad writing of the second chapter of The Amazing Spider-Man that not even Jamie Foxx was able to save. But the real show is Willem Dafoe who gets back on his glider and manages to terrify again with his version of the Goblin, Spider-Man's most iconic enemy, as if not a day had passed since 2002.

As for the previous chapters of the saga, directed by Spider-Man: No Way Hom and we find once again Jon Watts and the script by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers: this tried and tested team has managed to create over the three films, a complete path that has given the opportunity to develop well the various characters that have evolved over the course of the various events.

The tone of the film has also evolved, and so from the first, more light-hearted film which represented the return home of Spider-Man in the MCU, we arrive at Spider-Man: No Way Home in which lightness gives way to sacrifice, to the realization that there is not always someone to help us when we have a problem. But the effects of good writing are also a great balance between action and entertainment, and several scenes loaded with pathos and drama.

Jon Watts' action scenes are beautiful, dynamic and best express the concept of cinecomics, that is to create that suspension of reality that you had as a child by reading the paper adventures of our heroes, and the spins and stunts of Spider-Man are a joy for the eyes. The duration of the film is 150 minutes, and as has become routine, do not leave the hall until the end of the credits.

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Time has passed leaving deep scars in Peter and in the Marvel Universe, the same Universe in which Spider-Man up until now has always been led by the hand by someone who made the decisions at the his place. Spider-Man the Spider-Child must become Spider-Man and will have to make vital decisions for his future without relying on any mentor. But this growth and these decisions also bring with them the sacrifices and deprivations necessary to protect the people he loves from the consequences of wearing the mask of the hero.

Spider-Man: No Way Home is a decidedly film darker than the first two chapters of the trilogy played by Tom Holland, and manages to be without being heavy and also giving funny situations with the intelligent use of jokes and self-quotes. So we can only appreciate the work done over the years by the Sony Pictures staff and Marvel Studios: the circle is complete and looking back we can see that everything has served to get exactly here, the end of a cycle, but also the birth. something new yet familiar, and that's a good thing given the recent news of Tom Holland's contract termination for three more films dedicated to the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man!

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