The list is getting longer and now I get to add Spider-Man: No Way Home to the MCU’s ranks. I can’t believe I just wrote that. Wow, we’re finally here in the No Way Home era. So fun! Okay, enjoy!
31. The Incredible Hulk
Eternals isn’t the worst MCU film. This is. It’s so bad, it’s not on Disney+.
It’s got one of the best-acted scenes in the franchise between Tom Hiddleston and Anthony Hopkins when Loki’s birthright is revealed but…that’s the only great thing about this movie.
29. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
There’s too much hollering, the jokes aren’t as funny, Ego is an okay villain, Yondu’s death is corny, and Gamora gets sidetracked for this story a bit. The only thing that keeps me coming back is how gorgeous this movie is.
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Okay, I know this is a bit late but I’ve been freaking out for the last two hours because No Way Home actually does manage to live up to the hype. It literally checks all of the boxes whether you’re a diehard Spider-Man fan or a simple MCU enthusiast (I’m the latter) this movie does not disappoint.
It’s funny, it feels like a real journey for Peter Parker, and it made me cry quite a bit more than I wanted to. Be ready to have tissues on hand.
I have so much to discuss, so many theories to throw out there, but for now I’ll tell you this; Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best live-action Spidey movie by a mile. There’s literally nothing wrong with it and that’s hard to say for any movie.
Great job, Marvel Studios. I’m giving this movie 97 out of 100 and 4.5 out of 5 stars. And the only reason why I’m not giving this movie a perfect score is the fact that I don’t want to see it a second time in theaters. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it was a phenomenal achievement of a film and a marvel (no pun intended) to watch in a packed, very enthusiastic theater.
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