“Spider-man: No Way Home” Review

“Spider-man: No Way Home” Review

Melanie Roloff

On Dec. 16, Marvel’s new movie “Spider-man: No Way Home” was released in theaters to complete Tom Holland’s Spider-man trilogy. Fans everywhere are elated by the execution of the movie. The scripts, plot, character development, cinematography and acting were all done very well.

The movie starts out with the entire world finding out Spider-man’s identity as Peter Parker, and then turning on him. This causes him, his girlfriend, and his best friend to not get into their dream college, only because they associate with Peter Parker. Parker feels guilty and consults the wizard Dr. Strange to see if he can do anything about it. They agree to make a spell where everyone forgets that Peter Parker is Spider-man. This spell backfires when Parker tries to change it, causing villains from other universes to start popping into Parker’s world.

Parker insists he tries to “cure” the villains instead of sending them back home to die. Along the way, we see some familiar faces and we see Parker being forced to mature, with help from his aunt telling him that “with great power must also come great responsibility.”

Overall, I was blown away by this movie. I was laughing, crying, screaming and clapping along with the whole theater for the majority of the time.