Spider-Men of all universes, unite.
Adventure / super hero movie
“Spider-Man: There’s No Way Home”
United States of America. 12 years. Directed by John Watts
Medium: Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, JK Simmons
note! This review contains some spoilers.
There’s a lot of fuss about Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Tom Holland) such as “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.
His identity has been revealed, and about 50 percent of the public see the young superhero – still 17 years old – as a dangerous and destructive force in society.
Aunt May (Marissa Tomei) has split from Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau). The press – represented by The Daily Bugles tirelessly negative Jonah Jameson (JK Simmons) – surprises the hero in the aftermath.
The worst thing is that both Spidey herself, and her boyfriend MJ (Zendaya) and his close friend Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon) from admission to MIT. The reason is all the controversy surrounding Parker.
Peter, a bona fide superhero, becomes obsessed with fashion, and turns to Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help. A stranger looks at him with grace, and casts some spell that will turn the order of things in time and space.
Purpose: to restore a world where no one knows Peter is Spider-Man. Everything is back to normal, with papers and shiny crayons. Then he goes without saying that something is wrong, and that Strange’s magic formula leads to strong and unwanted side effects. Villains from a strange and distant past are embodied in Peter Parker’s reality. So maybe the heroes of other universes aren’t far behind?
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” was supposed to premiere in Norway on December 15 last year, but The virus you know stopped it. For the patient moviegoers who managed to make it against all odds stay away spoilers In just over a month ago, it’s embarrassing to reveal more content than is absolutely necessary.
However, on the way around the porridge, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” can be said to be pursuing its own supreme principles-Think perfectly, that the basic idea is original and of a kind that could easily become too clever for his own good.
I would also say that the third Spider-Man series 3 lands admirably safely on its feet. This is because it is like its predecessors.”Spider-Man: Homecoming“(2017) and”Spider-Man: Far From Home“(2019) is exceptional relaxing superheltfilm.
Spider-Man/Parker has always been the most admired superhero, none more so than director John Watts’ trilogy with Britain’s Tom Holland in the red and blue jersey. As much as it is a tale of heroes and villains, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” is a story about a teenager who does his best to not only become a man, but Allah A man, not just an adult superhero, but an adult superhero personal pronoun.
The lesson from Aunt May – “Great strength comes with great responsibility” – lies deeply in the kind-hearted Peter, who almost turns into himself. So deep that he is convinced that even wicked people deserve a second chance, and that wicked lives are also worth saving (approx without exception). We sympathize with him and for him. When tragedy strikes, it hurts.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is as concerned with pressing our emoji buttons (hey, stiff-back spider-man chat group!) as it is with designing the action sequences. But even these are above average successful: visually beautiful (psychedelic «its origins» arcade) and surprisingly agile.
The Spider-Man movie series is a superhero movie series that looks a lot like a live-action anime, and it’s also not unimportant.
However, the heart of the series remains Peter Parker’s valiant struggle to live with himself and his powers, and the relationship of trust he has with those closest to him. Director Watts studied Steven Spielberg’s book, and learned that a fairy tale has everything to gain from a hero who is not exclusively heroic, but a fairly ordinary person who has fairly common problems when he sees himself in the mirror.
“Spider-Man” fanatics like I cried when the movie was shown in Norway (Or even more heartbreaking: I went to Sweden to see it) I’ll cry again because “Spider-Man: No Way Home” concludes with not just a bittersweet ending scene, but many more.
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