“Spider-Man: The Way Home” Is the Second Most Highly Rated Spidey Movie.
Spider-Man is a smash! Although there was no doubt that Tom Holland’s third solo appearance as the webhead would be a huge box office hit, there were some concerns that it might not be a good movie.
To see how stuffed-stuffed superhero films can lead to disaster, we need only look back at previous Spidey movies like Spider-Man3 and The Amazing Spider-Man2. No Way home has the most villains seen in one Spider-Man film. Fans can’t help but be nervous.
The film is truly unique. I reviewed No way home for GAMINGbible and called it a “triumphant, heartbreaking finale that has more than enough heart, humor, and passion to balance the more punch-the-air moments of comic books with real, grounded drama.”
This assessment is not my only one. The latest Spidey movie is being hailed by critics and fans alike as one of their best. No way home is the highest-rated Spider-Man movie, according to reviews aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, with a remarkable score of 94%.
It is second only to the fantastic Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse. The animated epic of 2019 has 97%, while Spider-Man2 is third with 93%.
The Amazing Spider-Man II is the lowest-rated Spider-Man movie. It received a poor 52% rating, making it by far the worst-reviewed Spidey film.
Fans are still campaigning to have Andrew Garfield return for The Amazing Spider-Man 3. Let’s pray Marvel and Sonyhear us out and give our fans what they want: More Peter Three.