The film which is the closing of the Spider-Man trilogy directed by Jon Watts is one of the most anticipated films of 2021.
In addition, this film is also quite a thing, because it has been screened beforehand from screenings in US cinemas, which only aired the special on December 17, 2021. This film continues the adventures of Spider-Man from the previous two films. ‘Homecoming’ (2017) and ‘Far From Home’ (2019).
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ continues just as Far From home ends, after Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) reveals to the world that Spider-Man is Peter Parker (Tom Holland). After the world learns of his identity, Peter’s life becomes “chaotic”, as do the lives of everyone around him. His girlfriend, MJ (Zendaya), is a good friend of Ned (Jacob Batalon).
Desperate to get his personal life back, Peter finally turns to his fellow Avengers, Dr. Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to use his magical powers to make the world forget that he is Spider-Man.
When Strange agrees to help, Peter interrupts his spell and soon it destroys the fabric of space and time eventually bringing Spider-Man’s enemies from another universe.
Past, Present and Future
Because No Way Home is a story about moral “struggle”, where most of Spider-Man’s enemies used to be good people who because of bad luck or also because of their huge ego caused them to change to what they are today.
Interestingly, there is the fact that they entered a parallel universe, where anything could possibly happen to change their destiny and destiny. This fact bothered Peter Parker’s conscience?
Until then he must immediately decide before everything becomes more chaotic, whether he “cures” them or simply returns them back to their respective universes.
The main challenge here is the evil world of other universes and what to do with them? How those challenges are met is the best part of this film.
Jon Watts, who directed the previous two films, has finally completed a story about redemption and regret or if you look deeper, everyone deserves a second chance at a better life.
With great power comes great responsibility
Tom Holland since ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ has proven quite adept at adding to the anxiety of a teenager about the weight of responsibility he has for wielding the immense power placed upon him.
In No Way Home, he will face challenges that deepen his understanding of what he must do as a hero with all the consequences. of course, including the sacrifice of himself who is willing to lose someone he loves.
Full of Action and strong emotional impression
In the first half of the film, the narrative twists a bit. This is necessary in order to “welcome” the arrival of one after another super villains who enter this dimension, those moments indirectly slow down the story significantly.
But the next half, once No Way Home has found its rhythm, this film flows by involving so much action thrilling and sometimes punctuated with humor and at certain moments full of emotional impressions.
No Way Home is an epic ending of this trilogy of spider costumed superheroes, the plot of the story also includes refreshing surprises (especially for those who are quite familiar with Spider-Man films), exciting actions that involve sophisticated CGI and messages and impressions that are full of emotions.