“Spider-Man: No Return Home” Loses Rank of Top-Rated Hero Movie

“Spider-Man: No Return Home” opened with an incredible 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and won the post of highest rated hero movie… At least for a day.

Unfortunately, the sequel’s score fell to 95%, so the podium got the animation “Spider-Man Into the Spiderverse,” with its 97% approval rating.

Regardless, ‘No Back Home’ still tops the live-action versions of Webhead, followed by ‘Spider-Man 2’ (93%) and ‘Spider-Man: Back to Home’ (92%). .

According to reporters, the film not only meets the expectations of fans, it is also considered the best of all hero films ever made, all thanks to the great performance of Tom Holland and the big cast.

Among the comments, it was said that the sequel delivers the best script fans could expect from a Webhead movie, with plenty of action, humor and adventure, but also moments of great emotion.

Additionally, the feature has been described as the Best MCU Trilogy and is a nice tribute to the hero’s 20 years of film adaptations.

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Discover the reviews:

“Quickly balancing an impressive array of entertainment, the offspring of Sony and Marvel’s latest partnership seem poised to do what only Spider can do, which is to get huge numbers of fans to their website. – CNN.

“Director Jon Watts returns to the ‘Spider-Man’ universe and turns that difficult premise into an ever-entertaining superhero storyline, tying together two decades of loose ends in the process.” – Variety.

“This movie does what the best movies always do: they thrill and shiver and make you want to cheer on like you’re in a crowded stadium.” – Deadline.

“The best of the MCU trilogy is ‘Spider-Man’! The movie is absolutely grounded, emotionally heavy, and it’s Holland’s best performance as Spider-Man! Full of big surprises and emotions! – JVS Media.

“A film that you will want to watch again, easily. “Spider-Man: No Return Home” is a journey I never wanted to complete. It’s just wonderful that something as ambitious as this movie has come out. – Insider.

“The film is sure to remind audiences why our neighborhood friend Spider-Man remains one of Marvel’s greatest heroes, and that is in large part due to Tom Holland’s performance as Peter Parker.” – CBR.

“Quite simply the best ‘Spider-Man’ movie in the MCU to date.” – The daily beast.

Recalling that the sequence is already showing in national cinemas.

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Directed again by Jon Watts, the cast includes Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, JK Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr and Jacob Batalon.

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