Okay, dear readers, it’s time. I can’t believe it but I’m about to talk spoilers for one of the most anticipated movies of all time, Spider-Man: No Way Home. (Thankfully this movie lived up to the hype.)
In this post, I’m going to break down the spoiler-filled moments in this film and I’m going to analyze how they affected this film and potentially the future.
Like I said before, MAJOR SPOILERS AHEAD! So…continue reading at your own risk…unless you’ve already seen it of course. Lol. Enjoy!
If you’ve been following my blog you know that I’ve been VERY optimistic of No Way Home‘s chances of being a good movie. Well, those worries are gone because the film has opened to a staggering 97% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes with 73 reviews. No, this isn’t another shocking Eternals flub (which I still don’t think deserves a Rotten score by the way) but instead a relieving reassurance that Marvel Studios knows what they’re doing.
I’ve got my tickets for Friday night in IMAX and I’m more excited than ever for this film. LET’S GOOOO!
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a tremendous day.
Spider-Man fans, hear me out. I know the excitement you’re feeling right now. I know you’re counting down the days until December 17 and each new day brings new waves of butterflies or rushes of extreme excitement. Trust me, I get it because I felt the same way about The Rise of Skywalker.
And then the reviews came out and they weren’t pretty. In fact, they were really bad but I still didn’t want to believe. I told myself, “It’s just the critics. They’re not real Star Wars fans.” And then I watched the film, despised it with all my being, and since then I’ve made myself never get blindly excited for anything ever again.
I understand the hype for No Way Home and there’s a part of me that thinks this could be one of the best MCU movie ever made. But I’m seeing these new TV spots with these terrible shots of unfinished CGI and well, the film looks bad. Literally.
I wish I wasn’t so pessimistic about this movie but I have a feeling No Way Home isn’t going to live up to the hype. I hope I’m wrong.
What do you think? Are you worried about No Way Home too?
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day.
Well, it’s here folks. The official trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home is here and no, [redacted] and [redacted] are not in it! Yay! We’ve got to have some sort of a surprise in this movie and boy are we in for a wild ride. That’s for sure. Here it is.
Okay, so I’ve said this before and I’m going to say it again. I have never been a Spider-Man fan. It was the MCU’s remastering of the character that got me invested in Peter Parker. Then Spider-Verse happened and my mind was blown. Miles Morales became my favorite Spidey character and the film subsequently became my favorite Spider-Man film.
I’m saying this to give you context on why this trailer did not have me beaming with excitement or absolutely losing my mind. I get it. It’s confirmed five of the Sinister Six, it’s got a bunch of cool moments that fans of the Spider-Man film will notice, and the ending was definitely a nice, chillbump-inducing tease to give us an idea of what’s to come and why this film is being nicknamed “Spider-Man: Endgame.”
Unfortunately, I just have a bad feeling about this.
Well, it’s the day that we finally, officially get the next and probably final trailer of Spider-Man: No Way Home and I’m kind of excited to see it. I mean, I’m not counting down the seconds but I am interested to see if it’ll live up to the hype.
I sure do hope it does love up to everyone’s expectations because if it doesn’t there’s going to be so much backlash from these Spidey fans on my Twitter timeline and honestly, I don’t feel like hearing it.
Are you excited for the trailer? Let me know in v the comments below.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a lovely day.