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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Review: Tom Holland Cleans Out the Cobwebs of Sprawling Franchise With Multiverse Super-Battle

SPOILER ALERT: The following review contains spoilers. What do you call the opposite of a reboot? The “system overload” of Spider-Man movies, Sony’s ninth (and almost certainly not last) feature-length riff on the friendly neighborhood superhero, “Spider-Man: No Way Home” seeks to connect Tom Holland’s spin on the web-slinger with the previous live-action versions of the character by first reassembling a rogue’s gallery of all the villains Peter Parker has vanquished to date. Returning director Jon Watts — whose bright, slightly dorky touch lends a welcome continuity to this latest trilogy — wrangles the unwieldy premise into a consistently entertaining superhero...
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Movie review: 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' sells characters short

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Tom Holland never really got his own Spider-Man movie. Spider-Man: Homecoming was so in the shadow of Iron Man. Aside from Robert Downey, Jr.'s role in that film, Spider-Man was still using all of Tony Stark's technology. Far From Home was the closest to a standalone, but it still heavily dealt with the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame.
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Daily Beast

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Is the MCU’s Best Spidey Movie by a Mile

Marvel’s multiverse is a concept that, creatively and strategically, allows for endless reinvention and massive proliferation, both of which are the guiding principles behind Spider-Man: No Way Home, a gargantuan sequel (in theaters Dec. 17) that sets the franchise on an alternate-realities course by expanding to include not only its own characters but also those from Sony’s earlier web-slinging series. Chief among that cast are Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe) and Doc Ock (Alfred Molina) and Electro (Jamie Foxx)—oh my!—yet there are many more surprising faces populating this would-be blockbuster, some of them wearing arachnid-y masks. The past and the present smash together in Jon Watts’ tentpole, begetting a future of infinite Frankensteinian superhero remixes and do-overs—and resulting, in the here and now, in the finest wall-crawling MCU effort to date.
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IGN

Spider-Man: No Way Home Review

This is a spoiler-free review of Spider-Man: No Way Home, which will hit theaters Dec 17th 2021. Once-in-a-lifetime films are pipe dreams for most studios, yet, here’s Marvel showing off the fact that they have us all in the palm of their hands yet again. Spider-Man: No Way Home is somehow a perfect harmony of a Saturday morning cartoon and the deep drama that we’ve come to expect from these epics. You’ll find no spoilers here, but the film will remind you repeatedly that there are a whole lot of reasons that Sony and Marvel kept the details of this one as close to the vest as possible.
CNET

Spider-Man: No Way Home review -- An impossible triumph

If you thought this was going to be the biggest Spider-Man movie ever, you might be right. With at least five villains, rumors of returning Spider-Men, a record-breaking trailer and the concept of the multiverse opening it all up, Spider-Man: No Way Home plays just about every trump card it has to claim the title of next Avengers: Endgame.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’: Film Review

The heroes who went clobberin’ through the pages of Marvel Comics in the 1980s were still relative kids when the mythology over at rival publisher DC started creaking under its own weight. Superman and Batman had started fighting crime in the late ’30s, for Pete’s sake, and the many iterations of their stories, not to mention those of less revered characters, had piled up in confusing or contradictory ways. The solution was a series called Crisis on Infinite Earths, envisioning a collision of alternate realities in which some characters died, others had their stories straightened out, and many (though far...
IGN

Spider-Man: No Way Home Originally Planned To Keep Its Multiverse Crossover a Secret

Tom Holland has said that Spider-Man: No Way Home was originally going to throw fans a curveball, keeping the multiverse a secret to be revealed during the movie. During an interview with Yahoo! Movies UK, the Spider-Man: No Way Home star revealed that the multiverse was originally kept quiet in the film’s marketing.

Is Donovan Mitchell in the new ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ movie?

Two years ago, Utah Jazz All-Star guard Donovan Mitchell — nicknamed Spida — appeared in a commercial promoting the movie “Spider-Man: Far From Home.”. Now, there’s reason to believe that he appears in the latest Spider-Man movie, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which is set to be released on Friday.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Star Tom Holland Would Love to Work With Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield ‘One Day’

Once again, Tom Holland denies that Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield are in Spider-Man: No Way Home. And if fans can avoid spoilers online before seeing the Marvel Cinematic Universe film in theaters, then they are either going to be very disappointed that the two former Spidey actors aren’t in the movie or very excited because they are. Either way, though, Holland dreams of working with Maguire and Garfield in the future.
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