Marvel Reviews: Part 25

Spoiler-free review of Spider-Man: No Way Home



Spider-Man: No Way Home

Today I will be doing a spoiler-free review of Spider-Man: No Way Home. I absolutely love this movie and definitely think it is in the top 5 MCU movies of all time or right outside of the 5. The main reason I think this movie is so special is mostly because of Tom Holland’s acting as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. Also, Spider-Man has to make tough decisions in this movie that he never had to make before that will definitely affect his life as Peter. MJ and Ned are in this movie again just like the last two and again have great chemistry with Peter and each other and have another good performance. At this point, I don’t think this is a spoiler anymore, however, it might be for those who haven’t seen it. Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield reprise their roles as Spider-Man and it was absolutely phenomenal. They were amazing in this movie and all three of the Spider-Men were amazing together because they all had great chemistry with one another. 


The main villain in this movie was Green Goblin played by the legendary Willem Dafoe. There were some side villains that were very good too but I won’t get into them. Green Goblin was amazing as well in this movie with just a great acting performance and really making you hate his character. The action sequences were also great, especially one in Aunt May’s apartment and the end fighting scene. The cinematography was pretty good, as it had its down moments but for the most part, was good. As I’ve said I can’t praise the performances enough from these actors as they were all phenomenal. The plot was pretty good and everything made sense but there were some holes here and there. The ending was also great and really makes you feel for the Peter Parker side of our hero. 


I always rate the marvel movies and I rate them based on 10 things in the movie. Those things are: action, acting, cinematography, pacing, score, characters, ending, plot, protagonist, and antagonist. I rate all of those pieces 1-10 and then after that, I add up the scores of all 10 of them and get a total score out of 100. I gave this movie a 91/100, and again there is nothing wrong with this movie at all. There is just some small things that brought the plot score down a bit for me and the spotty cinematography at times.