Brace yourself for witnessing the peak days of Marvel Cinematic Universe since Spider-Man: No Way Home is already on its way to making a mark in the history of superhero culture. Most of us thought Avengers Endgame was the end of an era but little did we know that it would mark the beginning of a new reign. I have watched the film and was completely awestruck at how it was light years ahead of my expectations. The film awakened the unpredictable ‘Peter Parker’ within me who is ready to do anything for the people I care for. Then again, “With great powers come great responsibilities,” so I can’t spoil this amazing film for you guys. Here, we have brought you a spoiler-free review of Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Yes, you read it right. I kept this article as spoiler-free as possible. Marvel has always been a prodigy in tying-up complicated storylines together, and Spider: No Way Home took that legacy to a whole new dimension. Thus, even the slightest spoiler can ruin a lot. If you are indecisive about whether to watch it or not, this article will definitely convince you to go and watch the film in theatres.
Tom Holland’s Performance as Spider-Man
Do you know why Spiderman is miles ahead when it comes to popularity? It’s because Peter Parker is the flawed and hyper-active teenager that all of us once were (or still are). His unpredictable ways of making things right often result in a huge mess. That’s exactly how Tom Holland is; there are countless times when he spilled spoilers in live interviews. Isn’t it a typical Peter Parker thing to do? Thus, once again, proving why I think Tom Holland is perfect for the role.
Coming to Tom Holland’s performance in No Way Home, it’s flawless as ever. Unlike any of his previous standalone films, Now Way Home has way more emotional moments that require some serious acting skills. Tom Holland nailed down his role despite the film having some of the most iconic scenes that fans have been waiting for years.
Now, it’s really hard for me to talk about the story without spoiling anything. No Way Home is Kevin Feige’s effort of putting together the canvas called Spider-Man in a way Stan Lee must have visioned. Be assured that the film comprises everything that you dreamt of watching on the silver screens. Some of the scenes and dialogues are directly taken from original comics, thereby making the film nothing less than a nostalgic piece of art.
Well, too many things happened in the film, and yet it didn’t feel oddly paced for a second. No Way Home will continue the story right after Mysterio reveals Peter Parker’s identity as Spider-Man. Now, our friendly superhero needed something very special to make the world forget about him, so he went to the Sorcerer Supreme for help. That’s all you need to know for not feeling clueless in the first few minutes. Be sure to binge all the Spider-Man movies before stepping into the theatres for the best experience.
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Cinematography and CGI
Cinematography and CGI have always been something that Marvel has prioritized for years. Unlike Endgame or Infinity War, Spider-Man No Way Home didn’t have many otherworldly or space scenes. Yet, there were moments that required picture-perfect animation, especially Spider-Man’s fight with Dr. Strange in the mirror dimension. Oh, wait, just pretend that you didn’t read the last line. Frankly speaking, the trailer and teaser videos were more than enough to assure us quality camerawork and animation.
From the Iconic Avengers Assemble music to the most recent Loki theme, Marvel is always well known for its engaging music. The music of No Way Home may get a bit repetitive at times, but it managed to bring pace to the movie. Even as I am typing this blog, it’s the Spider-Man No Way Home theme that’s humming in my mind in loops. Just what you expect from famous American music composer Michael Giacchino.
Did I Like The Film? Spider-Man No Way Home Spoiler-Free Review
Yes, it goes without saying that I loved the film. I think there are millions of others all around the world who share the same opinion. It’s a film you just can’t hate. I will give you an advice; please try to drink enough water before going to watch the film. It doesn’t matter how calm and composed a person you are; nothing can stop you from screaming aloud till your throat goes dry. The film has really been an emotional rollercoaster, confirming and rejecting the fan theories I had as a kid.
Can Non-Marvel Fans Watch The Film?
Yes, even if you haven’t seen all the marvel films, you will enjoy Spider-Man: No Way Home. I am pretty sure that you have seen at least one Spider-Man movie in your life, and that’s enough reason for it. Although the film is like a finale of decades of building up, you won’t find much difficulty following the film. The director ensured that someone wouldn’t miss out on this film just because they hadn’t followed MCU. This film is something huge for the Spider-Man cultists, and it’s worth exploring the reason behind this craze. That’s all we had for a review of Spider-Man: No Way Home. We will come up with more theory articles revolving around the film shortly.
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