SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME – A Review by Hollywood Hernandez

SPIDER-MAN: NO WAY HOME – A Review by Hollywood Hernandez

Spider-Man: No Way Home does a great job of capturing the Spider-Man magic of previous Spider-Man movies. No Way Home focuses more on Peter Parker, the high school kid who is reluctant to receive the fame of being a superhero and more interested in focusing his attention on his girlfriend MJ. But the world needs his saving, so he ends up going back to the superhero role. 

The script is excellent, perhaps because it’s written by the previous script-writers of Spider-Man Homecoming, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, so basically, the movie picks up right where it left off. The team delivers a really creative script that moves between different universes bringing in a slew of villains from previous movies and even a few good guys, but I can’t reveal them because that would spoil the movie for you. 

The villains who appear in the movie are Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) Doc Oc (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx), and Sandman (Thomas Hayden Church). Spider-Man has to battle all of the bad guys and send them back to their own universe to save the world.

Zendaya is MJ, Peter Parker’s girlfriend and she brings a real sense of humor to the role. The two have great chemistry together along with Peter’s best friend, Flash.

The movie comes together well with plenty of action, friendship, and love. Spider-Man: No Way Home takes the Marvel Universe to a new level. It’s a very entertaining film that will keep you enthralled for the entire 2 hours plus movie. I loved it. 

It’s rated PG-13 and I rate it a JUMBO on my “Hollywood Popcorn Scale”. 

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