Spider-Man No Way Home (2021) Full Movie


Our friendly neighborhood hero's identity is revealed for the first time in Spider-cinematic Man's history, bringing his Super Hero obligations into conflict with his daily life and putting people he loves about most at peril. When he enlists the help of Doctor Strange to restore his secret, the spell creates a hole in their reality, unleashing the most formidable enemies who have ever faced a Spider-Man in any realm. Now Peter must face his most difficult challenge yet, one that will irrevocably affect not only his own but the Multiverse's future.



Doctor Strange's characterisation: clumsy or clever arc?

We already know something strange is going on with Benedict Cumberbatch's eccentric wizard, and our spider-senses are tingling even more by the time No Way Home's credits roll. Strange, no longer Sorcerer Supreme after a five-year absence, appears bored and rash, gladly accepting Parker's wild idea that he cast a perilous spell to restore Spider-secret Man's identity. It all goes horribly wrong, and the MCU is invaded by supervillains and heroes from parallel dimensions (AKA the five Sony-owned films from 2002 to 2014, previous to the studio signing a deal with Marvel).

Perhaps Strange, like Tony Stark in Age of Ultron, is going through a narcissistic period. But it's hard to believe that such a trusted, allegedly intelligent member of the Avengers would make such a terrible mistake. Maybe it was only a story device to build up the upcoming Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, with the former Sorcerer Supreme now a rogue agent being hunted down by former allies. At the very least, Strange's character arc looks like an episode of Countryfile compared to Tony Stark's.

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