Spider-Man: No Way Home: Finally, the most hyped-up movie of 2021 has been released, and was it worth all the wait? At this point, they could have just made all three spider-man stand in front of the screen, and we would have loved it.
But did all three Spider-Man make an appearance in the movie? Don’t worry; we won’t tell you that and ruin your surprise. Spider-Man: No Way Home was pre-released yesterday in UK and today in India.
And it was a fantastic ride for sure. It was more than impressive; in the end, it was emotional. Finally, Spiderman is the flag bearer of MCU, the way it was always supposed to be. So, without wasting many ties, let’s get on with the review of Spiderman: No Way Home.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review, Plot, Release Date and Cast
Spiderman: No Way Home: Plot
Don’t worry; we won’t reveal anything that will spoil the movie experience. Just the basic plotlines that have already been announced.
The movie starts right after the end of Far From Home. Spiderman’s identity is revealed, and he is now the prime suspect for the murder of Mysterio. Now Peter knows only one way to get out of this.
And he contacts Dr.Strange to get him out of this debacle. But Peter interferes with the spell, which leads to the opening of the Multiverse and new villains and hopefully new heroes.
You have to watch the movie for the plot to know the different stories as it will be a spoiler. As far as I know, the movie’s plot is kind of perfect. In the end, this is what the fans wanted. The insertion of the Multiverse in MCU has been a talking point for a very long time, and this might have been the best way to do it.
Spider-Man: Now Way Home: Positives
The second half of the movie is just otherworldly. After the first 20 minutes, the intensity starts building up and does not stop until the end. And it is just incredible. You don’t want to miss any single scene because everything is necessary.
So keep your loo breaks and food break at the time of intermission only, because once the movie starts, you are not going to leave your seats.
I mean, every day, isn’t this the main factor of No Way Home? All the old villains are coming together to hit us with that wave of nostalgia. I know nostalgia should not be a primary factor of the movie, as it is just fan service.
But when you think about MCU, it has always been like that, and it worked here as well. Every time an old-timer will come you will feel excited and thrilled. And it is such a beautiful feeling.
I liked the way they progressed the story amidst all the chaos. And they went not only the Spiderman arc but also the whole MCU story was affected, and that is a good thing.
So, just a heads up, you have a lot to be excited about the future of MCU. So, if you were thinking of leaving MCU after the Endgame, this is your cue to pick it up again because it will be fascinating.
Spider-Man: No Way Home: Negatives
VFX has been dodgy for the whole of phase 4, and it is nothing new. And Spiderman VFX was not deficient in any sense. But they were dodgy in some scenes, and I don’t know how that is possible.
The VFX were not as bad as Black Widow, but they were not even close to the level of previous Marvel movies. I hope they will improve as Phase 4 progress because they need it.
Spider-Man: No Way Home: Is It Worth It?
I mean, it is worth it. It is one of the best comic book movies of all time. Is it the best Spider-Man movie of all time? I will leave that up to you to decide. But as a superhero movie fan, you owe it to yourself to watch this at least once on the giant screen.