Film Review: Spider-Man No Way Home and the story of Tom Holland

The fans' wait for the conclusion of the Spider-Man trilogy, which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, aka the Tom Holland era, has clearly paid off.
Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best Spider-Man work that has ever appeared on the big screen, it's not even an exaggeration if I consider this sequel to be one of the best Marvel films.

The story of Spider-Man: No Way Home no longer only revolves around the selfishness of teenage boys who become superheroes like most Spider-Man stories, or just showing off action and fantasy full of CGI and awe.

Spider-Man: No Way Home tries to be more mature with a story about inner struggles with choices in life, dealing with past fears and future worries, learning to let go, and appreciating what you have in the present.

And of course, a legendary quote from the Spider-Man film is the essence of this film: with great power comes great responsibility.

Maturity in No Way Home can be seen not only the problems brought, but also how the development of Peter Parker's character. Peter, starring Tom Holland, clearly shows a painful maturation process

Weergaven: 5

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