After Two Viewings of Spiderman: NO Way Home, there is still so much to process, and breakdown it is hard to keep track. This film is a love letter to The Spiderman IP, over the last 20 years and is the culmination of almost every live-action film to date. It is hard to fathom that one film could tie a ribbon on 3 Franchises.
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From the moment the movie starts, to the minutes the lights come on, this film is an emotional roller-coaster full of treats, surprises, and Easter eggs for the future of these characters.
What Impressed me the most with Spiderman: No Way Home. The way they told the perfect Peter Parker story. All while maintaining focus on Tom Hollands character, and the trials and tribulations of being a superhero as well as trying to live a normal life. What happens when those two worlds start to collide at a rapid pace.
All of this, and were not even into the story yet, We haven’t even scratched the surface. The central issue in this film. The fact that there are villains from other universes in the MCU, and they get here purely by mistake. We see most of this via the trailers and promotional material for the film, so don’t worry, no spoilers.
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What I found really fascinating about No Way Home, is the films ability to change tones on a dime. About halfway through the movie, the film goes from a light/fluffy marvel comedy, to a dark and dramatic action thriller. I was very impressed with Marvel and Sony, and the cinematic quality of this movie.
In closing, I firmly believe that this is by FAR, the best theatrical released film this year, only competing with the Dune, and Zack Snyder’s Justice League for the best movie of the year. I Highly advise that you see this in theaters. The scale and quality of this movie will need to be seen on the biggest and largest format possible.
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