Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Peter Parker is unmasked and no longer able to separate his normal life from the high-stakes of being a super-hero. When he asks for help from Doctor Strange the stakes become even more dangerous, forcing him to discover what it truly means to be Spider-Man.

  • Released: 2021-12-15
  • Runtime: 148 minutes
  • Genre: Action, Adventure
  • Stars: Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Favreau, Jacob Batalon, Marisa Tomei, Alfred Molina, Jamie Foxx, Willem Dafoe, Tony Revolori, Angourie Rice, Martin Starr, Hannibal Buress, J.B. Smoove, J.K. Simmons, Benedict Wong, Paula Newsome, Harry Holland, Arian Moayed, Jay Karales, Thomas Haden Church, Rhys Ifans, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Thomas Haden Church, Rhys Ifans, Tobey Maguire, Rhys Ifans, Thomas Haden Church, Rhys Ifans, Michael Le, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, Rhys Ifans, Thomas Haden Church, Charlie Cox, Tom Hardy, Haroon Kahn, Emily Lue-Fong, Rudy Eisenzopf, Ben VanderMey, Gary Weeks, Gregory Konow, Tom Hardy, Jay Karales, Cristo Fern├índez, Jake Gyllenhaal, Mary Rivera, Kathleen Cardoso, Jonathan Sam, Andrew Dunlap, Zany Dunlap, B. Clutch Dunlap, Minnah Dunlap, Carol Anne Dines, Anisa Nyell Johnson, Willie Burton, Mallory Hoff, Greg Clarkson, Regina Ting Chen, Robert Mitchel Owenby, Glenn Keogh, Paris Benjamin, Jwaundace Candece, Taylor St. Clair, Gabriella Cila, Darnell Appling, Rolando Fernandez, Edward Force, Michael Le, Dean Meminger, Frederick A. Brown, Clay Savage, Jay Karales, Jake Gyllenhaal, Luke Aitchison, Tarek al Halabi, McDaniel Austin, Gloria Bishop, Stephen Branson, Kyle Bryde, Tommy Campbell, Riley Cliett, Jay Karales, Emily Fong, Jay Karales, John Barnes, Nicholas Hammond, Gina Aponte
  • Director: Jon Watts
  • simpsonellie - 2 July 2024
    In a word, amazing!!!!!!!
    In other words, it's the kind of experience that you have to see to believe!!!!

    Packed with action, emotion, and surprises, Spider-Man No Way Home is franchise fan service at it's finest...

    Spider-Man No Way Home honestly reached my skyscraper high expectations, which is an impressive achievement itself.

    A true celebration of decades of Spider-Man love, this is a film for the fans and clearly made by fans too.

    Now I hardly get overly emotional over films, but this one had me in my feelings by the end of it... The fact that all three Spider-Men that I grew up watching were all in the same film is extremely cool!!!!!!

    I am glad that I was able to experience that in the same room with so many other people!!!!!!

    It's definitely a moment I will never forget!

    My screening was almost packed and for the first time ever, people actually cheered!!!!!!!

    I'm from the UK and that is NOT a common thing like it is in the US... Not everyone cheered unfortunately but it was enough for me to realise just how important these characters mean to some people...including me!!!!!!!

    As soon as Andrew Garfield came through that portal, people went crazy!!!!!!!!!!

    Spider-Man No Way Home is absolutely breathtaking!!!!!!

    Believe the hype and go and experience this once in a lifetime cinematic experience!!!!!!!

    Spider-Man No Way Home delivers on everything that I wanted to see and so much more too!!!!!

    This is honestly one of my favourite films of all time!

    It might even be my favourite Spider-Man film too... Tom Holland really gives it his all in this film to be honest!

    He gives by far his most emotional performance yet as the famous Web-head!

    By the end of the film he really does become that iconic Spider-Man that we all know and love... I love how the film goes back to the traditional Spider-Man; living by himself, listening to police radios, designing his own suit by hand and then eventually swinging around New York.

    Now that is Spider-Man!!!!!!

    I find it incredibly interesting how after 5 years of seeing Tom Holland's Spider-Man, we haven't really seen his origin story? Until now that is...

    Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are absolutely terrific in this film to be honest!!!!!!

    Although I absolutely adore Tom Holland as Spider-Man, it was Maguire and Garfield that I was looking forward to seeing the most... I honestly had my fingers crossed throughout; hoping they would appear...and then they did!

    I honestly couldn't believe my eyes to be honest!!!!!!!!

    Seeing the pair of them together onscreen after all of these years is truly extraordinary to be honest?

    I never thought in a million years, I would see either of them again in this role to be honest?!

    It's truly incredible how Marvel and Sony managed to bring them back and keep it all a big secret for literally two years!!!!!!!

    I can't believe I am alive in a time where I get to see three generations of Spider-Man onscreen!!!!

    All three of them are amazing in their own ways to be honest.

    But Tobey Maguire will always be my Spider-Man, because he is the reason why I absolutely love and adore Spider-Man!!!!!!!

    But you could really tell how much both of them wanted to be in this film, especially Garfield... Garfield is sensational in this film to be honest.

    He really surprised me actually!!!!

    I honestly forgot how great he is as this character?!

    Seeing all three of them working together, joking around, learning about each other put a MASSIVE smile on my face!!!!!!!
  • wedass - 28 April 2024
    Mere fan service
    The story feels too much in the face. Each character's decision at the start of the movie doesn't feel compelling. Doesn't Spider-Man have Edith? Can't he just use Edith to resolve the privacy matter, or at least do some damage control? Also, the smart Spider-Man somehow doesn't know he could call the college admission to appeal? It's just not convincing enough that he cares about his friends, and he's so immature that he always look for the easy way out. The movie spent first arc going through he lost his privacy, and now he needs to go ask Dr strange to make the whole world forget. Seriously, over privacy? And why didn't dr strange be more upfront with the danger of the spell? Everyone seems to forget that they have better things to do. Everything is just a build up to introduce multiverse. Very overhyped for a okay movie.