The highest-grossing movie of Spider-Man is Spider-Man: No Way Home was released worldwide on December 17, 2021, and made its fans go crazy about how nostalgic it was. It was the sequel to Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: Homecoming of 2017 and Spider-Man: Far From Home of 2019, where our Spider-Man had to fight villains from the multiverse. When Dr. Octopus greeted Peter by saying ‘Hello Peter’ in Spider-Man: No Way Home’s trailer, the social media was flooded with memes. Spider-Man: No Way Home is worthy of a positive review.
Spider-Man: No Way is again making the headlines as LetOTT Global has shared the news of its release on OTT platforms on June 13, 2022. This was shared on its official Twitter handle. Spider-Man: No Way Home took its fans on a roller coaster ride of emotions and nostalgia, which reminded them of every previous version of this movie. In this article, we will review the much-awaited Spider-Man: No Way Home and get insights into this reunion kinda movie from the Spider-Man series.
About Spider-Man: No Way Home
Spider-Man: No Way Home is an American superhero movie based on the Marvel character Spider-Man. It is the 27th film in the MCU series, which stars Tom Holland as Spider-Man and Zendaya as his girlfriend. Columbia Pictures and Marvel Studios co-produced No way home. Sony Pictures are its distributor.
Spider-Man: No Way Home became the biggest hit of 2021 after its release on December 17. It was the movie with the highest opening in India, earning Rs 138.55 crore in Gross Box Office Collection. This film is the highest-grossing Spider-Man movie and the highest-grossing film released during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even a pandemic couldn’t stop Spidey’s fans from showering their love on him. The official Twitter handle of LetOTT announced the release dates of no way home on OTT platforms. It can be streamed on Netflix from June 13, 2022.
The Cast and The Plot
In the last movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home of 2019, the real identity of our superhero as Peter Parker (Tom Holland ), gets revealed that not just threatens him but also his near and dear ones. He is charged with Quentin Beck’s murder, for which he is interrogated along with his girlfriend MJ Watson (Zendaya), Ned Leeds (Jacob Batalon), and Aunt May (Marisa Tomei). His life becomes miserable and humiliating because of negative publicity. He approaches Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) for help. He wants people to forget his real identity so he can lead a life prior to his secret being out.
Dr. Strange agrees to help him, but his spell goes wrong, creating a multiverse portal to open. It pulls in the villains- Doctor Octopus (Alfred Molina), Electro (Jamie Foxx ), Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe), and Eddie Brock as Venom– of Spider-Man, who once again creates chaos in spidey’s life.
Spider-Man wants to cure his villains before sending them to their respective universes but they betray him. He even loses his aunt May. Meanwhile, MJ and Ned summon the two other Peter Parkers in their universe, naming them Peter-Two (Tobey Maguire) and Peter-Three( Andrew Garfield). They help Peter-one of this universe sending everyone back to their spaces after curing them.
After all the chaos is over, Peter Parker is ready to resume his duty and follow what his aunt told him while dying “with great power, there must also come great responsibility”.
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review
Being a sequel movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home is a treat for its fans who have watched the previous movies. They could relate to every detail of the film. Only a few could know what Green Goblin meant when he said, “You know, I’m something of a scientist myself.” But for the new viewers, this movie will be entertaining with high-class realistic VFX and CGI, powerful dialogues, brilliant acting, apt music, and intelligent plots and twists.
The emotional flashbacks and nostalgia will make you travel through all the movies made on Spider-Man so far. Its villains are the same but grown-up casts who are, as charged as their previous appearances. Doctor Strange has made a small yet powerful appearance in this movie. Tom Holland as Peter Parker has become a Spider-Man, compared to his boyish roles before. He faces some of his hardest challenges in this film. But he manages to stand out on his own among the highly experienced and well-loved other Peter Parkers.
Overall from our review, the Spider-Man: No Way Home has served something as best as the Avengers: Endgame (2019).