New Delhi: Over twenty years since Tobey Maguire originally wore the red and blue costume, we’ve had eight live action Spider-Man films, making Peter Parker among the most productive superheroes around. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man is going to turn 20 next year.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is a film intended to do a lot of things. It’s going to be the third movie under Jon Watts-directed MCU set of three Spider-Man films, finishing up a storyline for Tom Holland’s incarnation of Peter Parker. It’s a sequel to Spider-Man: Far From Home. It’s the continuation of the all comprehensive Marvel Cinematic Universe and it’s going to be the “phase four” story arc. In simple words, it’s a tribute to the 20 years of Spider-Man movies.
The story starts with Parker’s identity being uncovered. He goes to his fellow Avenger Doctor Strange and requests his assistance. Yet, things don’t go as planned. The spell cracks the multiverse and brings out the villains from Sony’s past five Spider-Man movies in the past twenty years: Green Goblin, Doc Ock, Sandman, Lizard and Electro.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is a great film. In addition to a superhero film, it is likewise the best in the genre and basically a superb piece of Hollywood Christmas film. It is an engaging film setting and movie producer Jon Watts has given a tough competition to other productive filmmakers. To top everything, Tom Holland plays the superhero flawlessly. He brings out the perfect measure of feelings and emotions in the middle of the meta-moments in the film.