Is “Spider-Man: No Way Home” the Best Spider-Man Film Ever Made?

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” reminds us of everything good about humanity, and encourages us to take the opportunities we get to prove ourselves worthy.

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Cynthia Guanga, Staff Writer

Let me just start by saying what a relief it is that the movie, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” which everyone has been dying to see, is out now. The directors did a wonderful job giving Spider-Man fans true satisfaction. Personally, I believe this is the finest Spider-Man film ever made. It really works in every way and isn’t limited to just a superhero film, but they offer so much passion and character and storyline development for several characters, which may be difficult to pull off.
Tom Holland’s performance was on point delivering the sound of a kid rather than an adult, radiating the sweet and timid energy for the Peter Parker we all love. Holland did an excellent job showing Peter Parker’s sympathy and pure heart for the villains and changing their characters for the better good while sacrificing the whole entire universe just for the sake of their lives.
The film has Benedict Cumberbatch reprise his role as the mystical Doctor Strange, but not in the way that die-hard Sherlock fans might have hoped. Instead, he takes a break from most of the sequences, making his presence feel desirable rather than oppressive. Classic villains such as Doc Ock, Green Goblin, Electro, Lizard, and Sandman succeed in their roles. They don’t drag the story out to the point of boredom, and their presence isn’t diminished.
Seeing Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield again brought a lot of nostalgia to kids like me who grew up seeing the different Spider-Men. It genuinely felt unreal to see all of them at once. The way Maguire’s and Garfield’s Peter Parkers interacted with their original villains brought satisfaction and excitement to the audience. I won’t give anything away, but there is an incredible scene with MJ (Zendaya) that was so good, I keep replaying it in my head. When Andrew swooped in to save her, there were so many cheers and “awwws” all around, I’ve never seen an audience go so crazy (even compared to Endgame/Infinity War). It was truly magnificent.
All the twists and surprises left fans screaming, crying, laughing, and enjoying this thrilling movie. “Spider-Man: No Way Home” reminds us of everything good about humanity, and encourages us to take the opportunities we get to prove ourselves worthy. This film was such a gift, and while I sincerely hope and need Andrew to make his return in the long-awaited #TASM3, I will be eternally grateful for the experience this film provided me.