ATTENTION! This movie review contains spoilers. If you have not watched all the Tom Holland Spider Man Movies yet, please watch them first, and then come back
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the long-awaited new edition of the Tom Holland Spider-Man Trilogy, Directed by Jon Watts, produced by Kevin Feige and Amy Pascal, and written by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. The story starts where the previous installment, Spider Man: Far From Home left off: Spider Man’s secret identity had been exposed by Mysterio, the villain of the previous movie. As Peter Parker’s life falls apart all around him, he looks to the Sorcerer Supreme to wipe everyone’s memory of Spider Man’s identity. When the spell goes wrong, it accidentally brings people from other universes that know Spider Man is Peter Parker. Will Peter Parker save the world three times in a row, or will his universe collapse into itself?
Tom Holland as Peter Parker (Spider Man)
Zendaya as M.J.
Jacob Batalon as Ned Leeds
Benedict Cumberbatch as Stephen Strange (Doctor Strange)
Marisa Tomei as Aunt May
Willem Dafoe as Norman Osborn
Toby Maguire as Spider Man
and Andrew Garfield as Spider Man
Spider Man, No Way Home is an incredible movie. The casting is incredibly done, with the characters able to move with the scenes easily and naturally. A perfect example is Aunt May’s death, which was thought of and performed perfectly. I genuinely felt sad to lose such a key character. And the special effects made spectacular scenes, like ones with Sandman and Electro, look natural and seamless. It felt like it was truly happening.
Please watch Spider Man: No Way Home yourself, to rate the movie to your own standards. Dodson Middle School does not claim this film to be theirs, all rights go to Marvel Studios