Spider-Man No Way Home: The More Fun Stuff (2022) — Worth a Watch?

Spiderman: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff (2022) came out on Friday 2nd December. So, we’re here to give you the lowdown on what’s what in the...
The More Fun Stuff

Spiderman: No Way Home – The More Fun Stuff (2022) came out on Friday 2nd December. So, we’re here to give you the lowdown on what’s what in the new edition. We’ll let you know whether it’s worth another visit to the cinema . . .

**NO MAJOR SPOILERS** FOR THOSE YET TO SEE THIS EDITION OF THE MOVIE

What’s New?

We don’t want to spoil things, if you’re planning to see the new cut of the latest Spidey movie. But of course, we’re here to give you the lowdown. There’s a more nuanced story arc for Peter Parker (Tom Holland) the original cut of Spiderman: No Way Home (2021, which we reviewed. Specifically, the added scenes of the film’s central character at high school, following his being “outed” as Spiderman make this possible. The story feels much more emotional due to these scenes. It was hard to remember exactly what wasn’t there, first time around, but this was most notable.

More Fun?

There’s a scene that sees Spidey (Tom Holland) going about his “friendly neighbourhood spiderman” business, which was a nice addition. We don’t want to say which scene (because spoilers), but if you do want to know, this Games Radar feature breaks down all added scenes. It’s fair to say that there’s even more fun stuff that adds to the fun of what is already a super fun film. Of all the MCU spidey movies so far, this is definitely the most fun film yet.

Worth it?

If you’re a fan of Spiderman, this is most definitely the film for you. The movie was definitely huge with Spidey fans anyway. This extended edition is even more so. It’s unlikely there’ll be another MCU movie quite like this, that bring so many elements together again. Perhaps that’s why this edition was released. You won’t be disappointed with it.

 

 

 

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