Let me begin by asking you; what makes Spider-Man so great? Is it his powers? His tragic backstory? or could it be his dilemma of having a dual identity? Maybe it’s the fact that it seems like he’s always targeted by a ruthless media circus accusing him of being a monster? Peter Parker’s teenage predicaments are so irresistible that each of the “Spider-Man” movies can’t help but try to tackle it in some way, by putting a twist on that familiar origin story. This film is no exception, and I’m going on record to state that this is the best Spider‑Man film yet.
Truth be told there’s a lot riding on “Spider-Man: No Way Home”; it’s meant to bridge the gap between the Marvel and Sony Spider-universes, while introducing a novel concept (the multiverse) which is the next phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It also follows up on the whopping cliffhanger from “Far From Home,” in which Spider-Man’s secret identity was revealed to the entire world. All I have to say is that this film miraculously succeeds at delivering everything in a meaningful way and keeps you on the edge of your seat cheering the whole 120+ minutes.
With everything going on in the world, to have a film as entertaining as this is a godsend. This is a must-see film, Nothing else needs to be said.