an origins movie that wonders what it really means to be Spider-Man



Marvel is responsible for doing a lot of good and bad things in its Cinematic Universe, including the series. It was best to build a Huge and interconnected universe that has spread throughout the Infinity Saga and that he found his climax with Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame. Since then, efforts have focused on stop and start running again. And maybe the time for running is over with Spider-Man: No Way Home. Next, I’m going to tell you what I think about the latest Spider-Man installment and why I think it’s a turning point.


Spider-Man: No Way Home review, a movie that lives up to the character

Everything indicated that Spider-Man: No Way Home was going to be an outstanding movie and it didn’t disappoint. It’s not the definitive work that many fans have pointed out, but there’s no question that It’s exceptional and marks a before and after for Peter Parker in a way that’s hard to match.

Generally speaking, the two-and-a-half-hour film is a very well oiled machine that has been running for a long time. Unlike Homecoming and Far From Home, No Way Home takes advantage of the character’s momentum since Endgame to catapult himself to the highest point Spider-Man has ever achieved. We are before best Spider-Man movie to date (but not too far removed from Spider-Man: A New Universe).

The special effects and action grow steadily (for the better) throughout the film, no matter how badly I crush Spider-Man. There is no rest for the Spidey. There is never and We finally saw Tom Holland’s Peter Parker taken to the darkest extreme Disney allowed. And what good is a little more darkness! The contrast to the times when the friendship and love with MJ (Zendaya), Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Ned (Jacob Batalon) shines brighter, would have been much more intense.

Once No Way Home starts, you can’t stop searching. No time to blink because every scene and dialogue is designed to draw a little more of you to the screen. I have too many fingers on my hand to count the moments when I felt a lack of rhythm or moments that were too numerous. There is certainly too forced jokes Yes sweet moments with a tablespoon or two of sugar remaining. Nothing that lasts too long to get you out of the experience.

The “mission impossible” of this review is tell you how beautiful Spider-Man: No Way Home is without revealing anything about the plot. The pace of the film, the performances, the action, the photography, the soundtrack… Everything is nice and perfectly suited to make it work so amazing. Having said that, I move on to the most important: What is Spider-Man: No Way Home?

A story of origins: “with great power comes great responsibility”

There’s a good chance you’ll throw your hands at your head for what I’m about to say whether you’ve seen Spider-Man: No Way Home or not. To me, this movie is an origin story, origins simmering since Captain America: Civil War. And yes, there is a lot of influence from the Infinity Saga in this movie. And it was reasonable to think that Avengers: Endgame was Peter Parker’s “dramatic moment” to become his true version of Spider-Man, but no.

The story of Spider-Man: No Way Home is the Tom Holland’s Spider-Man Baptism by Fire, everything Tony Stark knew would come and what he had worked so hard to protect since he saw in Peter Parker a worthy successor of all his legacy. Tony is gone and since then Peter stumbled and barely saved the day, but luck doesn’t last forever.

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