Spider-Man: No Way Home, review without spoilers. The maturity of a dream

Spider-Man: No Way Home is the biggest phenomenon of the year in the world of cinema, that halo of light that will trigger a massive return to theaters by fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Some rooms that in 2019 were triumphant with that Avengers: Endgame turned into an event. And here we are now, ready to relate our sensations without resorting to spoiling the plot, digesting a movie that tells you about second chances. A dream come true that is, above all, a great peter parker movie. Tom Holland is already a true Spider-Man.

Lose, accept and understand the responsibility of that mask

Completing a superhero trilogy, whether or not it is the end, involves making decisions, conveying to the viewer that time does not pass in vain and, above all, give cohesion to everything that has happened before to understand what is happening now. It seems that jon watts He wanted to stick to that condition, that of defining a charismatic actor, unmistakable for his charisma, but who needed to know Peter Parker. In Spider-Man: Homecoming and Spider-Man: No Way Home, we had two notable but somewhat fuzzy stories. A young teenager immersed in a comedy in which fun was taken for granted. This third part divides its structure into three major acts, with the first of them as a touchstone to talk to us about that context and go into action with barely seconds to catch our breath.

This is where the shell breaks, after a really agile, fast first thirty minutes, which close Far From Home and make you read between the lines that this film does not seek to repeat the superhero formula of works like Captain America: Civil War, in which we also had a great meeting of characters divided into factions. Here the action doesn’t overlap the plot, rather No Way Home is a story of resolution and assimilation; a tribute to the figure of Peter Parker with more tears than smiles.

For the first time in a movie wall-crawler, his identity has been revealed to the world, with the risks that this implies for his loved ones and for himself. The desire to reverse the situation is the leitmotiv of all the footage; the key lies in how it gets there and the consequences it has. Every big change involves a sacrifice.

“I haven’t had so much fun and excitement at the movies in a long time”

Along with Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2, we are facing the film that best builds the character, that reflects on the loss and makes the protagonist understand that with great power comes great responsibility. Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers convince with the script, which after that first act gives the feeling of wanting to get into too much trouble. To such an extent that you come to think that it will be impossible to close everything successfully in just two more hours. But he gets it. He achieves this by using moments from the second third to delight with conversations that only those who have seen the previous installments will be able to interpret. And here we can read.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Because the multiverse is another way of referring to open a blank book ready to gather all kinds of stories, surprises and revelations that both Holland (Peter Parker) and Zendaya (MJ) and Jacob Batalon (Ned) take place in the first person at the same time as the viewer. Especially noteworthy is the figure of the American artist, much more involved in the role than in previous regular performances. Not in vain, the one who wins the most is Holland, completely converted into Peter Parker. At the end of the credits you have that special taste in your mouth to believe that he is now a canonical Spider-Man. One that has given joy to Sony – in every way – and that will continue to nurture the Marvel Cinematic Universe convinced of his destiny, that he is none other than to protect. Entering adulthood is something that he does not learn alone, but rather understands and assumes it based on blows, setbacks and lessons respecting the style of comics. And that was very important.

A good idea that delivers what it promises

Spider-Man: No Way Home is a cinematic event for much more than just being able to see Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, Lizard, Electro and Sandman back on screen, believe us. Jon Watts has distanced himself from previous tapes and leaves unforgettable scenes for the memory; especially about 40 final minutes that pass like a sigh. Actually, the movie flies by. It is not perfect, with motivations that drive the first two thirds of the plot that may not be convincing, but luckily everything is located properly and the story is given coherence.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

The arrival of so many characters to the Disney Universe responds to those villains who knew the identity of wall-crawler in other universes. Only them. Imagine the number of plot conflicts that collide at once. Some died, some didn’t. So why is everyone here? The elegance with which all these clashes are resolved is logical, as far as it goes; although there is no time to delve into each of them as much as they deserve.

Uniting the past with the present to glimpse the future

Also, the declared comic tone of previous films of the Spidey the UCM says goodbye here to that tone at the end of the first act. From that moment you enter a wheel of terribly dramatic eventscomplicated to assimilate, only that again well built and supported by those skills that have always characterized Spider-Man. We will only say that we liked Holland’s new record, which shows that in addition to being charismatic he is a good actor. Needless to say, how much Alfred Molina and Willem Dafoe add up, although we have to accept that having so many Sinisters in the casting implies dividing their minutes of footage on screen.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

There are moments in the film that you have to live in the first person, on the big screen; to really go back ten, fifteen or twenty years ago. The editing, the sound direction and the staging are surely the best of this stage of Spider-Man in the cinema. The biggest drawback we found is that this meeting of great villains could have been structured differently, that this same story could have been told in a little more depth; perhaps having streamlined that second section a bit to better attend to the phenomenal last third. In addition, the impact would have been greater if fewer things had been revealed in the trailers. In the end, there are many surprises, but others cease to be surprises due to circumstances.


Spider-Man: No Way Home is an essential film for the fan, surely one of the best in the history of the character. Without a doubt, the most balanced, resounding and round of Tom Holland in this cinematographic universe. We all had the desire to be encouraged to return to the cinema; here we have a compelling reason to sit in the chair, let ourselves go and get emotional with the countless moments of pure tribute to the figure of Peter Parker. Because he is truly that boy from Queens, destined to protect and get into trouble, the real protagonist. The final conclusion is clear: a film has arrived that will leave its mark on the Marvel universe; but above all it’s a great Spider-Man movie.

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