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Spider-Man: No Way Home (Bonus Content)

8.32 h 28 min2021X-RayHDRUHD12
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Jon Watts
Tom HollandZendayaBenedict Cumberbatch
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Jacob BatalonJon FavreauJamie FoxxWillem DafoeAlfred MolinaBenedict WongTony RevoloriMarisa TomeiAndrew GarfieldTobey MaguireAngourie RiceArian MoayedPaula NewsomeHannibal BuressMartin StarrJB Smoove
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4.6 out of 5 stars

30063 global ratings

  1. 74% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 16% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 6% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 2% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 2% of reviews have 1 stars
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bytesizeReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 March 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
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I thought this was a great film. The best of the current Spider-Man films as far as I'm concerned. I deliberately knew nothing about this film before I watched it (apart from it having Doctor Strange in it), and I wasn't disappointed at any point. Having Doctor Strange in it was a big bonus, as I've been a Doctor Strange fan in comics and film every since he first appeared in print (I am that old to remember the original comic outing!). I thought having the previous Spider-Men (Spider-Mans) and the original actors in it was very creative and a big pleasant surprise. I would have liked to seen more of their interactions. This will be one of my more popular Marvel films to rewatch.

Can't wait to see what happens next in the MCU!
5 people found this helpful
S.DReviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 March 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Best of the 3 Tom Holland outings as Spidey, solid 4.5 stars
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Really enjoyed, well worth the money.

Can't really say too much without spoiling the film for those yet to watch, so I'll end the review here.
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rob wReviewed in the United Kingdom on 31 March 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Three Is The Magic Number
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What I have liked about the current Spiderman films has been the comedy they have embraced the comic potential of a teenage superhero and his intrusive friends. This film is probably the funniest with Benedict Cumberbatch's tetchy Doctor Strange, Marisa Tomei's Aunt May and in particular Alfred Molina returning to the role of Doc Oc.
The film starts where the last film finished with Peter Parker unveiled as a villain by J.K. Simmons J. Jonah Jameson in an effort to undo this he gets Doctor Strange to cast a spell to make the world forget his identity unfortunately he interferes with the spell inadvertently opening gateways to the multiverse hence the return of old villains such as Doc Oc, The Sandman and best of all Willem Dafoe as the fantastically malevolent Green Goblin. Then there are the returning Spidermen with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield with jokes about bad backs [Maguire notoriously suffered a bad back playing the role] and of course the confusion for friends and villains with 3 Peter Parkers. So this is a film that could have been over complicated but isn't because to a certain extent it embraces it's absurdity and it does have spectacular set pieces Doc Oc destroying a freeway and the final statue of liberty climax. So spectacular and fun to watch and if it is Tom Hollands last Spiderman film then it is a fitting climax.
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steven williamsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 20 March 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Awesome, the ultimate Spiderman movie
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This film continues exactly where the last one left off, as Peter Parker's identity is revealed to the public his problems are just beginning.
I won't say too much as I don't want to drop any spoilers but rest assured that that this is the best of the Spiderman movies and I can see why it smashed the box office...
I'd highly recommend it to anyone but it's a must for Marvel fans.
3 people found this helpful
SiReviewed in the United Kingdom on 03 May 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Spiderman Yet?
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Good movie no spoilers - The story is good and very well executed. The bring back of old spiderman is well explained, and all the actors who are in are extremely good in all of their performances.
Sony has done what Marvel has clearly lost recently (2020 - onwards) which is to achieve a great story and play to the fans of these movies. There is lots of homage to the back history of this franchise and yet they have done a good job of bringing it all together. I have to admit I was not going to purchase this but reviews made me think it would not be a bad idea. I loved Spiderman growing up and this is a good film that does not lose what Spiderman is about, and the loneliness that he has due to loss.
I have to say that I enjoyed the movie and will likely watch it again and again. It has a good story, there is lots of action if that is what you like, and it does what all good movies do get you invested. In recent times I have begun to think that new movies have lost entertainment, but instead, have gone with delivering some political messages, and your writers have no talent. There never seems to be a middle just a beginning lots of action and an end with some messages on diversity in between.
Sony has hit a home run with this one, it's a good story and you go on a journey with the character's arc. The story is there and the entertainment value is great. I would reccomend a watch.
Philip J. NoonanReviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 April 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Surely this can’t keep happening?
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I’m an old man now. I got a letter from Stan Lee when I was 11 thanking me for a story I’d written about Daredevil. As a kid, Superheroes and Villains made sense of a changing world where I started to see news and realised evil was real.
I never dreamt the Superheroes would one day become real. ( as in, not cartoons, humans on screen)
I thought they’d peaked with the Avengers finale. Why bother? You’re never going to top that.
Yet here we are, with my very least favourite hero, Spider-Man. In what could arguably be one of the very best Marvel films. I’m sure others will spoil it if you don’t know the storyline, but I’m not going to ruin it.
A few faces you may recognise as familiar join this story, and boy did they make this incredible, amazing. ( in joke) .
If I could, I’d offer anyone who read this a money back guarantee. If you don’t like it? I’ll pay the £5 you spent.
The flip side is, if YOU like it, you send me a pound.
I’ll be a millionaire before you hit a thousand…. really is THAT good.
DaveReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 May 2022
3.0 out of 5 stars
No lessons learned
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I really enjoyed Spider-Man: No Way Home, Marvel's input into these movies are the difference between them (which are really good) to Venom and Morbius (which are really not). However, when a powerful friendly neighbourhood wizard who you clearly respect show deference to (calling Sir frequently) asks you to do something/not do something then you should listen to him. I understand that the movie would have been a hell of a lot shorter but I feel Peter's decision making could have been shown a lot better especially since (thanks to the blip) even though he's 17 he should have the emotional maturity of a 12 year old... though in saying that, what age would that have made him in Civil War?! Tony Stark's legacy is child endangerment?! Problematic, can see why they skipped passed it as the Marvel continuity/timeline they pride themselves on makes little sense when you look at Peter.
John in BrightonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 March 2022
3.0 out of 5 stars
Saved by the final third…..
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I might have been pushed to a 3.5 but after all the hype and amazing box office I was left wondering what all the hype was about.
As a whole piece this is the weaker of the last 3 with Holland in the lead whom overall is still the best Spider-Man.
I found the first two thirds slightly underwhelming and even a little boring though hand it to Defoe and Molina for handling their roles well.
The final 3rd offered what Marvel does best - drama (in a big action sense), tragedy, loss and finally hope.
Credit also for Garfield & Maguire as Spideys past coming back into our lives.
I usually find Holland extremely watchable and didn’t reinvest in his Spidey until….. well until that moment.
There is no getting away from the slickness of Marvel productions but maybe they are starting to need something more, more real, less glossy though I doubt we’ll get that from the upcoming Dr Strange (growing up one of my favourite supers).
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