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Spider-Man: No Way Home
(2021)
7.00
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Plot/Story

6.50

Characters

8.00

Acting

8.00

Cinematography

6.50

Production Design

7.00

Sound

6.50

Execution

6.50

Emotional Impact

7.00

Overview: Peter Parker is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a super-hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.

Release Date: 2021-12-15

Genres: Action Adventure Science Fiction


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Compared to Far From Home, this movie is a masterpiece: there is a lot less Zendaya, the story is streamlined, and the pacing is much better. I was looking forward to seeing how they continued after such a game changing event as Spider-Man's identity being revealed, but what they did was ultimately disappointing and leaves a lot of logistical plot holes (especially the ending). The multi-verse stuff was interesting, but I wish we spent more time with the "visitors", especially since this movie kind of serves as an epilogue to the Rami and Webb series. I guess I won't spoil too much (although I feel like everyone knew all the "surprises" before the film ever even came out), but I was happy with all of their acting, even ones that I really didn't care for the first time around. I did like that since this movie had so much more to do, we didn't have to spend so much time with stupid little side stories and we got a lot less MJ than the last film. Zendaya s still easily the worst part of the movie (of the entire series, really), but she's in it a lot less, so we don't have to put up with as much of her terrible acting as before. The ending is a big issue, as it opens up a whole bunch of logistical issues and I'm sure the nest Spider-Man movie is just going to ignore them and move on. I see a lot of other reviews talking about there being a lot of twists and turns, but I found this very predictable; all of the excitement came from the action and the characters, not the actual plot. Jon Watts does a terrible job again, giving us the most boring cinematography and there is a lot of weak CGI. As a whole, this is a great super hero movie (so long as you've seen the other MCU Spider-Man films), but the film making is kind of bland.

By : Greg Mueller | Date : 5 months ago




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Did I miss something? Of the 3 incarnations of Spider-man, this was by far the weakest and most lackluster so when it did so well in the box office during the pandemic, I had high hopes until I finally saw it and couldn't understand the massive love it got, if we are to judge the movie by itself and not due to the popularity of the actors. What I liked most about the movie is how it starts of and continues right after the last one and there's that real time scenario but as for the plot and what happens, it wasn't as dynamic as the other Spidey movies and how the story progressed didn't translate as fun to me, as a viewer maybe because the scenes weren't as inspired as previous movies and as a whole, it didn't deliver the emotional punch as well as it should have because when that "punch" happened, the movie was clearly lacking for "something" to happen. The script didn't allow me to feel that excited throughout the movie maybe because the bad guys didn't seem as menacing as they did in their original incarnation? And SPOILER ALERT: with 3 Spideys, surely the good guys will win??! And yes, the ending was bittersweet and I bet a lot of teenagers thought this is the saddest ending ever. Please. I've seen much better bittersweet endings delivered in a movie and this wasn't even in the top half quartile of the bunch. I expected more but maybe I should have followed MJ's advise on this one. Ha!

By : Cockatoo 34 | Date : 4 months ago




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