Spider-Man: No Way Home movie review - Aussieboyreviews


This brilliant and entertaining Spider-Man sequel delivers awesome action, but is also emotional at times. Fans and action fans will love No Way Home.


With the identity of Spider-Man now revealed, Peter Parker seeks help from Doctor Strange to cast a spell that will make everyone forget the superhero’s identity. However, he is forced to find out who he really is when the spell goes wrong and several uninvited guests enter their universe.

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Movie details

Director: Jon Watts
Cast: Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, Marisa Tomei
Writer: Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers
Release Date (Australia): 16 December 2021
Runtime: 148 minutes/2h 28m
Genre: Action, Adventure, Fantasy
Country: USA
Language: English, Tagalog


Themes (PG)

The film features several action sequences and depictions of characters using magical spells and fantasy abilities.

Violence (M)

The film includes several action sequences that feature depictions of people being punched, kicked and implicitly stabbed.

Coarse Language (PG)

The film includes uses of “ass”, “s**t”, “hell” and “damn”.

Sex (PG)

The film includes brief sexual references.

mpaa rating

PG-13 (for sequences of action/violence, some language and brief suggestive comments)

Aussie boy's thoughts

No Way Home never lets the solid 148 minutes go to waste, packing it with the blazing web-slinging action and even touching fans’ hearts with pure emotion. It’s obvious and clear that within the sustained runtime, a lot is gonna happen. And by this Spider-Man instalment’s poignant ending, you’ll realise why there’s so many spoiler reviews throughout its aftermath.

As said and without spoiling, this brilliantly designed action movie is abundantly eventful and exhilarating. It might mean there’s emotional deaths of shining characters, but it could easily mean that the action’s a lot more frequent than in the previous films or it could end tragically. Luckily, No Way Home stuck with the best outcome of the greatest Spider-Man action sequences we’ve probably ever seen in a Spider-Man instalment.

One thing that needs to be said clear about this sequel is the fact that it’s actually really emotional, and despite its bomb of majestic humour, a tear might actually slip out your eyes a few times. Tom Holland, Zendaya and the other heroes and villains only continue to get better with appealing improvements. The action is spectacularly edited and created, but there’s unforgettable heart amongst the entertaining steps it takes. Considering Far From Home was a blast and how this one is just as breathtaking, another sequel will be highly anticipated.

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