Spider-Man No Way Home…the review


Giada Moralejo

The long-awaited Spider-Man came out on Dec. 17; read more below.


Stan Lee created the Spider-Man universe. It started with the comics that took the world by storm. Then in 2002, Toby Maguire was the first person to bring Spider-Man to life on the big screen. In the end, Maguire created three movies before passing the torch over to Andrew Garfield in 2012. Garfield was known as the Amazing Spider-Man but only got two films in the end and gave the role of Spider-Man to the current Spider-Man, Tom Holland. 

On Dec. 17, the long-awaited Spider-Man No Way Home was released. People worldwide were excited and nervous for the movie that would bring all three universes together. This movie was more amazing than I could have imagined. 

It was known going into the movie that it would have villains from the other universe, but as for the heroes themselves, it was all just an idea, but the reaction in the theater of the devoted fans when they came in was unbelievable. 


The movie is fast-paced and exciting all the way through.

— Giada Moralejo

The movie is fast-paced and exciting all the way through. It takes place just moments after the last Tom Holland Spider-Man movie, in which Peter Parker’s identity is revealed and his world is flipped upside down. 

Spider-Man goes to Dr. Strange, a character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), for help which changes the whole course of the movie. Most of the villains from the past Spider-Man movies get trapped in a universe slightly different from their own. 

The movie is every Spider-Man fan’s dream; it is action-packed and funny. There were so many callbacks to the past films that many fans grew up with. Lines like “I’m something of a scientist myself” one of the most famous lines said by the Green Goblin, played by Willem Dafoe. You get to know the characters you already love even more. 

With a rotten tomato score of 94% and making over 600 million in its first weekend is no secret that this movie has been taken well. Such an action-based movie would be the best seen on the big screen; see it before it is out of theaters. 

This poll has ended.

Have you watched "Spider-Man No Way Home?"


Sorry, there was an error loading this poll.