Spider-Man: No Way Home Review


!Contains minor spoilers for Spider-Man: No Way Home!


     Spider-Man: No Way Home is currently the number two movie in the world, runner-up to Scream, but it was number one for a while. It has made over $1.53 billion worldwide. Since the pandemic has hit, Spider-Man: No Way Home is the first movie to hit the $1 billion grossing title. Avengers Endgame has made a total of $2.798 billion, but Spider-Man: No Way Home is still in theaters and has yet to make more money. Will Spider-Man: No Way Home surpass Avengers Endgame overall?

Audience Reception:

     The movie has a Rotten Tomatoes score of 93%, and an audience score of 98%. One critic said that “No Way Home expands the franchise’s scope and stakes without losing sight of its humor and heart.” Critic Louisa Moore says that it “Delivers what most audiences crave: a good time at the movies.” And that it did. Many videos have been circling around of entire audiences at movie theaters jumping out of their seats in celebration during certain scenes of the movie.


     Spider-Man: No Way Home had a seemingly perfect blend of humor and tragedy. There are many heartfelt moments between the characters, and we finally got to see scenes that the Marvel fans have been waiting for. Moments between the beloved Peter Parker and mother figure Aunt May, passionate student MJ, and the mysterious wizard Doctor Strange. One of the end credit scenes also shows a sneak peek as to what the next Spider-Man movie might look like


     The movie contained some poorly concealed Spider-Man jokes that have been floating around between Spider-Man fans for a while. These jokes made the movie all the more enjoyable. Fans also loved the crossover of all the live-action Spider-Mans, and seeing them work together was thrilling. This also sparked a debate as to which actor plays the best Spider-Man, and who had the best movies. Of course, it’s impossible to come to an agreement, but the movie was amazing all the same.