Spider-Man: No Way Home – What Did You Think?!
Warning: the comment section of this post will have spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home!
Director Jon Watts has described his third MCU film as “Spider-Man: Endgame.” And he wasn’t joking. But now that Spider-Man: No Way Home is tearing up the box office, we want to know what the Superhero Hype community thinks about it! This post is a place for all of you to leave your own reviews, thoughts, or anything else you want to say about the new Spider-Man sequel.
Normally, these talkback posts just skim over the film so you can start talking about it amongst yourselves. But this time, I’m going to tell you what I thought about it. Because Spider-Man is everything to me. I can remember reading comics since I was six years old, and Spidey’s comics were there with me from the beginning. I can’t claim to have read every Spider-Man comic ever created. But I’ve read most of them. I’ve also watched all of the Spider-Man TV shows and films, and played every video game from Spider-Man on the Atari 2600 to Spider-Man: Miles Morales. And Spider-Man is important to Superhero Hype itself. This site used to be Spider-Man Hype, and it wouldn’t exist without the Sam Raimi trilogy.
So take all of that into account when I say that this movie was everything I hoped for and needed from a Spider-Man film. It was Amazing, Spectacular, and Sensational.
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From top to bottom, all of the returning actors were terrific, especially those from the previous Spider-Man films. But the two biggest returns were the most surprising of all. I assumed that if they were actually in the movie, it would only be for the final battle. Instead, they both have a significant presence in the story and a major impact on the development of Tom Holland’s Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Additionally, this film pulled off an incredible feat by giving both of those two some emotionally gripping scenes.
Regardless, the film never lost track of Holland’s Peter as the main character. Before our eyes, we get to see him go from a boy to a Spider-Man. I enjoyed both of the previous MCU Spider-Man films, but I’ve never been more excited about Spidey’s next Marvel Studios adventure than I am now. I haven’t felt like this since the original Spider-Man and Spider-Man 2. This was by far the best live-action Spider-Man movie since 2004. And it was worth the wait.
Now, it’s your turn to talk. So make sure to leave your Spider-Man: No Way Home reviews in the comment section below!
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