‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ released in the United States at some theaters yesterday and officially launches today. I’m going to start of by saying that is is good and if you like Spider-Man and Sony villains you are going to want to go.
When we went the theater was packed and we had some very enthusiastic fans watching the film, which sincerely made it even more exciting and fun. Normally I find that kind of thing annoying, but the sheer joy and excitement from fans in real time was worth it.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is a rollercoaster of action and emotion.
It did correct the one issue that a lot of fans had with the MCU Spider-Man–Peter Parker being Iron Man Jr. I’m not going to spoil anything for you other than to say they found a way to resolve that for the fans and it was done very well.
I would go and see it again, that’s how much I enjoyed it. It seems I’m not the only one. Rotten Tomatoes has the critical score sitting at 95% with 220 reviews, and the initial audience score is at 99% with over 5,000 verified audience reviews. Of course it hasn’t even been a day yet and that can fluctuate. But it is a strong start to a highly anticipated film.
There is a mid-credit and post-credit scene in this film, however the post-credit scene is basically a commercial for the next film. I won’t say more than that so we don’t spoil anything for you. But you will want to stay for both scenes.
How he got the black suit in there too and it’s so clever and funny how. Such a relatable thing.
I want to say so much more, but I truly do not want to spoil anything for those who haven’t seen it yet. You won’t be disappointed.
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