Spiderman: No Way Home | Movie Review
Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson(“MJ” to her friends) are the two young people at the centre of the Spiderman: No way home movie. Their secret romance is fraught with peril from the start. MJ’s father, a cop (Campbell Scott), is a jerk who disapproves of Peter because he’s a nerd; Peter’s best friend, Harry Osborne (James Franco), is a perpetually angry rich kid who wants to beat Spidey up for being a showoff.
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Tobey Maguire plays Peter Parker, a high-school senior with preternaturally good looks and an indecisive personality. He’s still trying to decide whether to go to college or get a job when his Uncle Ben (Cliff Robertson) gets shot by an escaped convict whom Peter has failed to stop because he was distracted by the thoughts of MJ.
My Personal take on the Spiderman: No way home movie
What I like about Spiderman no way home is that it’s nothing like you’ve ever seen before. It’s got great special effects, the music is really good, and the storyline is on point too. There are some really funny scenes to keep you cracking up. It’s obvious that this movie was made for Spiderman fans because it might not make sense to people who have never seen Spiderman or any of the previous movies. The acting is pretty good and they even have Kirsten Dunst in there from the first Spiderman movie.
No Way Home is the best and also most delightful Spiderman film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far. It’s not simply the multiverse viewpoint that elevates the film to the status of the very first live-action Spider-verse film. The tale is fantastic, and Tom Holland’s Peter Parker’s denouement makes perfect sense.
Why the movie is a hit for me
Spiderman: No Way Home is one of those films where you don’t have to think too hard to enjoy it. Simply relax and enjoy it, since there are enough special effects and action moments to keep you entertained. If you’re unfamiliar with other Spider-Man films, it may be a little perplexing at first, but once you get into it, it’s not difficult to follow up. The special effects in this film were fantastic. It was fun to watch Spiderman combat his foes while flying about on his webs. You’ll want to see Spiderman: Far From Home on the big screen because it’s well worth the additional money.
My favourite scene was when MJ fell and Andrew’s Spider-Man rescued her; it was very touching and caused tears to my eyes because we all know he couldn’t save Gwen, but he had to save Tom’s MJ. And you could see him tear up, which added to the specialness of the event. That was one of the best parts of the movie, and I can’t stop thinking about it.
No Way Home provides a much-needed soft reboot for Sony, Marvel, and the general audience, setting the foundation for the next phase of MCU Spider-Man adventures. The movie, on the other hand, is not without defects.
The Spider gimmick in these films is starting to wear out. They continue to treat Peter Parker as if he were a child, and Holland, who is ultra buff and grown-up, is increasingly out of place. This may not be to everyone’s taste.
But when you think about it that’s the whole point of Spiderman right. Let me know what you all think in the comment section.