Spider Man No Way Home Review
Cast: Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Jamie Fox and others
Director: Jon Watts
Spider Man No Way Home is finally here, swinging your way with a mind-blowing, adventurous spectacle that will astonish you.
The film picks up from the prequel’s post-credit scene. Peter (Tom Holland) is taken aback as he is revealed to the world, and he is also accused of murdering the illusionist baddie Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). The authorities are investigating him for ‘killing’ Mysterio, as the people of Queens develop their opinions.
Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau), Peter’s best buddy Ned (Jacob Batalon), and his girlfriend MJ (Zendaya) are among Peter’s close friends who are scrutinised. Peter, Ned, and MJ may even be turned down for admission to MIT. As a result, Peter enlists the services of Dr Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to undo everything that Mysterio has done and to make everyone forget that Peter is Spider-Man. However, things do not go as planned, exposing the multiverse, where worlds clash and Peter encounters some unexpected guests (read Baddies) from several realms.
You’ll hoot for Dr. Ock (Otto Octavious, played by Alfred Molina) as soon as he makes a dramatic entrance on the bridge in a brilliantly choreographed action scene. We see terrifying Norman Osborn aka Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) with his menacing chuckle a few moments after the fight, and the show has just just begun. It’s fantastic to watch famous villains from the past (Spider-Man 1-2, 2002-2004). Peter quickly realises that he has unintentionally opened the portals to other realms. He and Strange make the decision to track down additional guests and return them to their reality. Parker meets Lizard (Dr Curtis Conners, Rhys Ifans), Electro (Max Dhillon, Jamie Fox), and Sandman on this journey (Flint Marko, Thomas Haden Church).
After consulting with his aunt, Peter decides to cure the baddies and return them, but things quickly become tricky.
Zendaya’s portrayal of MJ is humorous and endearing, and her “being disappointed” attitude is endearing on screen. Jacob as Ned continues to make you laugh throughout the film, but he will also make you cry at the conclusion. Green Goblin (Willem) is one among the villains who gets a lot of screen time. In the first ‘Spider-Man’ (2002), he was terrifying, and he still is. His sinister grin and terrifying laughter shock you just as much as they did 19 years ago. Alfred Molina performs a fantastic job, and he even manages to make you chuckle a few times because to his incredible acting abilities. Jamie Fox also has a bigger part in this film than he did in the previous one (‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’). While Sandman and Lizard were great in their own area, seeing them on-screen brings back memories.
Spider Man No Way Home Review Conclusion :
The plot is straightforward, yet it is presented in a perplexing manner. Every moviegoer will enjoy the struggle between Spider-Man and Doctor Strange, or the climatic showdown.