‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ (2021) Review

'Spider-Man: No Way Home' (2021) Review: Peter Problems The last 2 years have been tension filled for cinemas, and cinema lovers. We’ve all watched with bated breath to see the theatres we spent so many summers in weather the storm of stagnant business. Films have been sold on their ability to deliver a once in a lifetime cinema experience. Titans have battled, Bond came back, and somehow, the Matrix will be resurrected. Now as the year comes to a close, your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man has returned to give audiences a reason to go back to the cinemas.Yet the film’s reunion isn’t quite as romantic. ‘Spider-Man No Way Home’ sees Peter Parker facing the demons of his past. Well, sort of. Demons of Peter Parker, just not the one played so nervously by Tom Holland. How they get there is a mix of Doctor Strange magic, and Peter Parker idiocy. Willem Dafoe, Alfred Molina, and Jamie Foxx are among the most frequent familiar faces, yet there’s a slight disconnect. It’s fun to see their characters played once again by their original actors, but they can sometimes feel out of place.The characters shine when the movie plays to their strengths. Green Goblin and Doctor Octopus have some of the film’s most tender moments, carrying with them the sincerity of their original roles. Dafoe and Molina are the scene stealers in the movie, with a special mention to Dafoe for bringing back the terror he…

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