Spiderman far from being epic, fan service and very childish
Perhaps she is the only one in the world who thinks this but she expected much more from Spiderman No Way Home, even so she manages to save herself due to the nostalgia of old acquaintances and the fact that they have respected her aspects is something that looked great and is appreciated, but unfortunately the Tobey and Andrew's presence was a fanservice and the film did not give them their true place, the appearance and confrontation with the villains does not manage to be something memorable and has a very loose plot, resorting to the double personality of Norman Osborn to unleash the climax is something that was coming and nothing new. The sinister six of Marvel's Spider-Man or Miles Morales's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse have a good plot in several respects.
Spiderman No Way Home an ideal story for an episode of any Disney Spiderman animated series. The central argument of the entire film is based on Peter asking Dr. Strange for help so that the whole world forget that he is Spiderman then Strange's spell is corrupted by Peter's indecisions and this is how the multiverses collide in the Peter Parker reality.
Peter Parker's friend Ned Leeds is giving a lot to talk about, for some strange and seemingly convenient reason, Ned manages to open portals with Strange's ring without a drop of sweat and brings in Andrew and Tobey's Peters in the purest style of Saturdays. Night Live or it looked like an entry from a Jimmy Kimmel interview. Steven Strange almost cost his life simply for opening a portal and Ned does it in the blink of an eye, hopefully in the future they will explain a reason why he did that, I will continue with the comparison, Into the Spider-Verse by 2018 had more life and meaning when it came to putting all the versions of Spiderman together.
When we finally get to see the three Spidemans reuniting and sharing anecdotes, they are pushed into the background so as not to outshine Tom Holland's Spider-Man, one of the reasons Tobey and Andrew's dialogue was so limited for the rest. From the movie, the phrase "With great power comes great responsibility" is the only thing worth remembering besides hearing the feats that each Spidey accomplished in their respective universes.
A soundtrack that went unnoticed and did not live up to the three Spideys, the great absence of this third installment was a memorable soundtrack that accompanies the arachnids of New York, it did not turn out to be like that and they resorted to the scores of both installments previous ones and is that something that differentiates Spiderman from the rest of Marvel superheroes is its soundtrack.
An ending that leaves us more questions than answers, Where did the villains end up? Did they go back to their original timeline? Will there be sequels to the collapse of the multiverse? What happened to the two Spidermen after disappearing as nothing? Hopefully there will be more appearances of the three Spiderman and that each one has its true screen time..