Paw Print Shorts: Spider-Man No Way Home introduces the Spider-Verse

After watching this film you will most definitely not want to go home. 

Released on Dec. 17, the most anticipated film of the year not only blew the minds of huge Marvel fans but ultimately impacted fans comparable to Avengers Endgame. Spider-Man: No Way Home showcases not only highlights the in-depth story of the superhero-verse but also *SPOILER ALERT* serves as a grand reunion of all the best characters from Spider-Man movies in the last two decades. Of course, this includes past Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire, along with master-class villains, such as William Dafoe’s Green Goblin and Alfred Molina’s Doc Ock. 

However, Spider-Man: No Way Home is not just any Marvel movie. It is a movie made directly for the fans. From the show-stopping reveal of fan-favorites to reboots of classic villains like Green Goblin, the movie gave fans everything they could have asked for and more.

But, while having amazing characters is great, nothing can top the emotional impact a film can give to a fan. Spider-Man: No Way Home not only shows the amazing action scenes of all three Spider-Man but also shows them connect on a deeper level in the face of the internal conflict of Tom Holland’s Spider-Man. Seeing the three versions of Spider-Man interact like this is very heartwarming because both of them know the way that Tom was feeling at that moment, especially Andrew Garfield. But Garfield’s version of Spider-Man did redeem himself when he saved MJ, something he wasn’t able to do in his own metaverse. 

By the end of the film, Tom Holland’s Spider-Man is no longer just Iron Boy Jr. He is Spider-Man—his own hero.

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