Spiderman: No Way Home is a Home Run


Billy Usher, Contributing Writer

The Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) is, without a doubt, the most successful move franchise of all time. The combination of classic storylines from the Marvel comic books and the modern creativity and graphics have been able to make many 5 star movies.

The movie Spiderman: No Way Home, released December 17, 2021, was the same thing, if not even better. It could easily take on some other great MCU films such as Endgame and Infinity War.

This movie follows Peter Parker, also known as Spiderman, as he battles villains released by a failed spell, with devastating losses.

Even for a casual and/or a new Spiderman fan, it was beyond amazing. However, for someone who had watched the Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield Spiderman franchises, this was even better.

Not only did this movie include many popular characters from these amazing movies, but it also managed to recreate many of the most iconic scenes in Spiderman history.

Between all of this, I would have to give this movie a 5 star rating, if not something better. The combination of the great graphics, great plot, great humor, character development, and nostalgia could earn it nothing lower. If there was one thing that I would take away points from this for, it would be the sad ending. However, it’s hard to name any good movies that aren’t sad at all, and it hints at ways to resolve the conflicts left over from the end of the movie.