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'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Is The Second Highest-Rated Spidey Movie Ever

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'Spider-Man: No Way Home' Is The Second Highest-Rated Spidey Movie Ever

Spider-Man: No Way Home is a hit! While there was never any doubt that Tom Holland's third solo outing as the webhead would ever be anything other than a box office smash, there were concerns that it might not be a very good movie.

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We need only look at past Spidey films like Spider-Man 3 and The Amazing Spider-Man 2 to see that stuffing a superhero adventure with too many villains can ruin it. No Way Home has the most villains ever seen in one Spider-Man movie, so you can't blame fans for being a little nervous.

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Fortunately, the film is genuinely fantastic. In my own review for GAMINGbible, I called No Way Home a "triumphant and heartbreaking finale" that has "more than enough heart, humour, and pathos to balance out the more bombastic punch-the-air comic book moments with genuine, grounded drama".

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I'm not alone in this assessment either. Fans and critics everywhere are hailing the latest Spidey flick as one of the best ever. At the time of writing, No Way Home is the second highest-rated Spider-Man movie on reviews aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes with an impressive score of 94%.

It's second only to the incredible Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse, which... well, there's no arguing with that, is there? 2019's animated epic has a well-deserved 97%, while Spider-Man 2 settles into third place with 93%.

The lowest-rated Spider-Man movie, surprising nobody, is The Amazing Spider-Man 2, with a sloppy 52% rating making it the worst-reviewed Spidey outing by a huge distance.

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Still, that hasn't stopped fans from campaigning to bring Andrew Garfield back for The Amazing Spider-Man 3. Let's hope Marvel and Sony hear our cries and give the fans want they want: Much more Peter Three.

Featured Image Credit: Sony

Topics: Marvel, Sony, Spider Man

Ewan Moore
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