‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ is a generational conclusion

[Spoiler Alert] Being one of the most anticipated films in recent years, Marvel Studios and Sony’s “Spider-Man: No Way Home” (NWH) proves to be a near perfect Spider-Man movie. The film was released in theaters on December 17, 2021.

So many people around the world have heard and know the line “With great power comes great responsibility,” and many people around the world had their minds blown on December 17, 2021.
The final chapter of Tom Holland’s iteration for Spider-Man did not disappoint the fans and amazed the critics, currently standing at 93% critics score and 98% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes.
This is the last warning before major spoilers from the movie. You have been warned.
The movie’s ambitions to bring back beloved classic villains and heroes from previous Spider-Man films paid off greatly.
Getting to see both Andrew Garfield’s and Tobey Maguire’s Spider-Man’s again were so nostalgic and exhilarating.
The villains too were completely amazing.
Willem Dafoe’s Green Goblin completely stole the show and every scene he was in made you just want the camera to focus on him (until all three Spider-Man’s were bantering with each other).
The smaller parts of the story shined brightly as well. The trio of Peter, his friend Ned Leads and Michelle Jones “MJ” Watson, played by Jacob Batalon and Zendaya respectively, have perfect chemistry, and fans can’t help but love when they all interact with each other.
The movie was a culmination of all three Spider-Man’s and all three generations of viewers.
For years fans have had the argument of who the best Spider-Man is.
While some say, Maguire, mostly because of his nostalgia, some say he is the best Peter Parker.
A lot of people say Holland, only because he is the most recent and exciting because he can interact with the Avengers.
And some, but not a lot, say Andrew Garfield because of him being himself; his quick-witted charisma and his chemistry with Emma Stone, playing Gwen Stacey.
In this most recent movie, however, fans were able to put their opinions aside and got to watch the perfect Spider-Man movie, even though each iteration has its own flaws, and watched three perfect Spider-Men swings on the Statue of Liberty.
By the end of the movie, the characters from previous movies returned home and Holland’s Peter Parker was erased from everybody’s memories in his world.
He is now alone, which is sad, yet optimistic.
He is becoming the perfect Spider-Man.
He’s becoming the Spider-Man everybody will say is their favorite because he is beginning to fully grow into the character of an arrogant, little rude, loner of a superhero that looks out for the little guy.
After the release of this movie, many other rumors came out that Garfield’s Spider-Man will return in his own sequel.
It’s rumored that Garfield’s Spider-Man might return and face up against Tom Hardy’s Venom and Jared Leto’s Morbius in Sony’s own Spider-Man universe.
Many fans want more of Garfield’s interaction after his appearance in “No Way Home” and his short-lived but powerful character arc, redeeming himself after letting his lover, Gwen Stacey die.
The after-credits scene of this movie returns back to Hardy’s Eddie Brock in Mexico talking to a bartender, trying to figure out where he is and how he got there before being transported back into his universe.
Before the camera cuts to black, a single piece of Brock’s symbiote, Venom, was left behind in Holland’s world, on the bar counter, setting up Holland’s Spider-Man gaining the Venom symbiote in future installments.
This could lead to a new Eddie Brock/Venom in the Marvel Cinematic Universe played by a new actor now that Tom Hardy’s has returned to his universe, leading to the end of his trilogy.
NWH stands for more than just a superhero blockbuster.
It represents so many fans’ childhoods and maybe some of their introductions into the world of Marvel Comics and superheroes as a whole.
Spider-Man represents the best of everybody and this story conveyed that.
This movie deserves its praise and then some.
It’s a solid 10/10 as a fan and a 9.5/10 as a critic.
It could’ve been perfect if the CGI wasn’t as dodgy at some moments, but that can be easily overlooked.
That, or have Miles Morales show up in the after-credits scene.