Spider-Man: No Way Home

2021, Comedy/Action, 2h 28m

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A bigger, bolder Spider-Man sequel, No Way Home expands the franchise's scope and stakes without losing sight of its humor and heart. Read critic reviews

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Packed with action, emotion, and surprises, Spider-Man: No Way Home is franchise fan service at its finest. Read audience reviews

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For the first time in the cinematic history of Spider-Man, our friendly neighborhood hero's identity is revealed, bringing his Super Hero responsibilities into conflict with his normal life and putting those he cares about most at risk. When he enlists Doctor Strange's help to restore his secret, the spell tears a hole in their world, releasing the most powerful villains who've ever fought a Spider-Man in any universe. Now, Peter will have to overcome his greatest challenge yet, which will not only forever alter his own future but the future of the Multiverse.

Cast & Crew

Tom Holland
Peter Parker, Spider-Man
Jon Favreau
Happy Hogan
Jamie Foxx
Max Dillon, Electro
Willem Dafoe
Norman Osborn, Green Goblin
Alfred Molina
Dr. Otto Octavius, Doc Ock
Tony Revolori
Flash Thompson
Marisa Tomei
May Parker
Martin Starr
Mr. Harrington
Jon Watts
Director
Chris McKenna
Screenwriter
Erik Sommers
Screenwriter
Louis D'Esposito
Executive Producer
Victoria Alonso
Executive Producer
JoAnn Perritano
Executive Producer
Rachel O'Connor
Executive Producer
Avi Arad
Executive Producer
Matthew Tolmach
Executive Producer
Mauro Fiore
Cinematographer
Jeffrey Ford
Film Editor
Michael Giacchino
Original Music
Darren Gilford
Production Design
Samantha Avila
Art Director
Sanja Milkovic Hays
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Critic Reviews for Spider-Man: No Way Home

Audience Reviews for Spider-Man: No Way Home

  • Feb 07, 2022
    Quite a bit better than Far From Home, but the plot can get confusing and the running time is too padded and could of been shorter. The effects and the big twist are interesting and worth the price of admission. I like Tom Holland in this role and I hope he gets more movies. A above average Marvel Film. 02-06-2022
    Christopher O Super Reviewer
  • Jan 31, 2022
    It is the most profitable movie in nearly three years and one of the best reviewed Marvel films of all-time, but does Spider-Man: No Way Home live up to the hype? In many ways it absolutely does, but in some other ways it does fall a bit short. The film starts where Far From Home leaves off, with Spider-Man thought to be a killer and his name exposed to the world. This creates a hell of a problem for Peter Parker (Tom Holland), so he goes to visit Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to see if he can help. Strange creates a spell to help, but accidentally opens a portal to the multiverse, allowing villains and fellow Spider-Men to make their way through into their universe. As a Science Fiction geek I love the whole idea of multiple universes, but as a film reviewer, I can't ignore the glaring plot hole here. Why did only Spider-Men and Spider-Man villains come through the portal? I also loved the fact that Andrew Garfield and Toby Macguire came back and played a part in the film, however it seemed like they were having a bit too much fun with their roles, and not taking it very seriously. Most of their dialogue was jokes and instead of fellow superheroes from another dimension, they really came across as more of a gay couple than anything else. Finally, where was Miles Morales? ...and don't give me any of this he was a cartoon shit! This was a perfect opportunity for Disney/Marvel to address the lack of cultural diversity among their superhero franchise and they didn't do it. That being said, this was every Spider-Man fans dream. This film not only appeals to fans of Marvel, but to Science Fiction fans as well. The whole multiverse angle was ingenious and will tie directly into the next Doctor Strange movie. It was also a blast from the past and brought back great childhood memories to see the other actors who portrayed Spider-Man in those roles one more time. As always Tom Holland was spectacular, the writing was clever and good for a few laughs, and uncharacteristic of most Marvel films, even the ending was unexpected. Despite the obvious plot holes, I really enjoyed this film and I think you will too.
    Todd S Super Reviewer
  • Jan 23, 2022
    It truly is a triumph . . . of scheduling. Look, I get that seeing the "Spider-verse" concept in live action is undeniably enticing but even while I was enjoying some of the scenes I found the more cynical parts of my brain bothered by the way the MCU is deliberately consuming all previous and, in the case of the Maguire trilogy, much better Marvel movies.
    Alec B Super Reviewer
  • Jan 16, 2022
    This movie did not surpass my expectations, but it did reach them. It reached my skyscraper high expectations, which is almost more impressive. A celebration of decades of Spider-Man love, it's a film for the fans. The film works not only as a third movie in the Tom Holland franchise, but as a beautiful conclusion to the Maguire and Garfield series that never got a proper sendoff. There's so much I love about this movie. How characters get their proper conclusion, how we finally get to see them in a MCU movie where we normally wouldn't, seeing the banter between characters we'd never see otherwise, the high-stakes emotions that feel damn well earned after three movies, it's absolutely spectacular.
    Michael M Super Reviewer

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