This is the seventy version of Spiderman since 2002. Having seen them all and giving each of them positive ratings from B to A-, it was easy to expect an exciting well performed action filled sequel. No Way Home doesn’t disappoint it is well crafted, acted and is filled with seasoned quality performers like J. K. Simmons.
Peter Parker (Tom Holland) asks Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) to cast a spell so people will forget he is Spider-Man. Despite warnings the spell is damaged. Simply stated the spell allows undesirable characters like Octavius (Alfred Molina) are free to return to Earth along with others from every part of the multiverse who know Peter Parker is Spider-Man.
Emotions are revealed relative to May Parker (Marisa Tomei) and in the climax beyond the spectacular action near the Statue of Liberty, concern is established for three challengers: Dr. Otto Octavius (Molina), Norman Osborn (Willem Dafoe), and Max Dillon (Jamie Foxx).
With a major surprise that will have the audience cheering, and finding Parker near the end, in a situation that is quite like “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” it all comes together.
Spider-Man: No Way Home will perform very well at the box office, because of a loyal audience and a quality production.