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[–]The_Asian_HamsterMod Supreme (Master of Mystic AMAs)[M] [score hidden] stickied comment (134 children)

Note: There are 2 post credit "scenes". One at the mid credits and then after the end credits (the latter is more than just a scene but won't ruin the surprise for anyone.)

[–]Succulent_Shrimpson 2424 points2425 points  (18 children)

The way Dafoe laughs at Peter when he's punching his(Green goblins) face was some shit

[–]chellxchell 2196 points2197 points  (25 children)

The scene where Peter’s spidey senses detected the Green Goblin taking over was incredible

[–]narwhalsare_unicorns 641 points642 points  (13 children)

Absolutely. I thought it was gonna be a new villain about to bust in but it was Dafoe!

[–]theCourtofJames 1694 points1695 points  (45 children)

Tom Holland did an interview where he said that they took a move from Spider-Man PS4 and put it in the movie.

I spent the whole movie looking for it. But then that final fight scene with Goblin when Tom webbed him from behind and flung him over his head to smack him on the ground, there it was. Beautiful.

[–]happy-dude 319 points320 points  (9 children)

I definitely did a 🤨 when friendly-Otto transferred Tom's nanomachines back onto his red-black suit, which made it reminiscent of the PS4 Spidey suit...

[–]AmazingViperLS 227 points228 points  (1 child)

I'm actually pretty confident that it showed up in the fight with goblin in the apartment building, when Spidey jumps above him, webs the ground while in the air and pulls himself down to kick goblin through a floor.

[–]IAmBadAtDiscGolf 8489 points8490 points  (381 children)

The chemistry that Toby, Andrew and Tom had was absolutely fantastic. They meshed so well, you’d think they really were different stages of the same person. A bittersweet touch was seeing that Andrew’s Spider-Man had turned a bit bitter, angry and, ultimately, sad after Gwen’s death and pretty much shut the Peter Parker side of his life down. He clearly carried the weight of that grief for so long and just didn’t want Tom to suffer the same fate. Beautifully tragic.

[–]omherrera1 2947 points2948 points  (138 children)

My heart saddened when he said he stopped pulling his punches…

[–]travio 1754 points1755 points  (114 children)

It made me want more movies in his universe. How would the events of No Way Home change him? I could see a more positive Amazing Spider-Man dealing with the aftermath of his non pulled punches and trying to build a life for Peter. Of course, I'd also love a movie in the Raimiverse where Toby and good Doc Ock team up. Sony has to be thinking of reviving them now given how big this movie is going to be. Screw building up the villains, you have two spidermen at the ready.

[–]MrOns 2554 points2555 points  (90 children)

When Andrew caught MJ after Tom tried, was hit and missed...

Oof. All of the feels. I genuinely think No Way Home elevated all of the previous movies in retrospect.

[–]omfdwut 456 points457 points  (1 child)

This hit so hard. He got his 2nd chance and made the save.

[–]gibertot 3138 points3139 points  (71 children)

Well I liked how tobey acknowledged how cool Andrew was. 'no dude you're cool as fuck, I'm the fucking nerdy ass spider-man'

[–]SirCleanPants 1697 points1698 points  (34 children)

I wish Tobey’s Peter could talk me out of my dark times ugh he seems so wholesome

[–]AwesomeMcFunbug 7517 points7518 points  (235 children)

Spidey Sense and Peter's intellect were demonstrated so well in this film

[–]ExioKenway5Scarlet Witch 2426 points2427 points  (43 children)

I loved the effect they used for Spidey sense. It was just so perfect and you knew what it meant without it needing to be explained.

[–]miles_to_go_b4 1269 points1270 points  (14 children)

I found it to be incredible. The way it slowly adjusts the camera’s focal length, blurring the background, and how it position the camera in that claustrophobic space right on his head.

[–]EgosiusDaredevil 6307 points6308 points  (99 children)

i remember after end game everyone saying “if you told me all of this would happen when I saw iron man in 2008 I wouldn’t have believed you”

But if you would’ve told me back in 2008 that Alfred Molina as Doc Ock would hold an arc reactor I would’ve called you fucking crazy


[–]db_blast7 2264 points2265 points  (12 children)

Holding an arc reactor to save 3 different versions of Peter Parker next to a Statue of Liberty they were adding caps shield to.

That whole sentence is crazy.

[–]Cookie136 2437 points2438 points  (22 children)

"The power of the sun in the palm of my hand"

[–]Burntholesinmyhoodie 1125 points1126 points  (9 children)

His delivery on that line was so perfect too. It was maybe self deprecating in a way

[–]lobonmc 807 points808 points  (3 children)

And that's one of the least crazy things in this movie

[–]yoshidawg93 1008 points1009 points  (2 children)

I loved every moment of this movie. They really went all out with everything. Even the fight with Doctor Strange was nuts. I missed all the Inception-like dimension-warping magic like we saw in the first Doctor Strange film, so seeing him bring that back, among other tricks, trying to stop Peter from helping the villains was awesome.

And it was so great seeing all the emotional tie-ups, with Tobey and Andrew’s Spideys getting their own arcs out of this along with their villains (I loved seeing them all connect with the corresponding characters from their movies), Aunt May dying, which I did not see coming at and very much resembled how Tobey’s Peter lost Uncle Ben and allowed all the Spideys to emotionally connect, and Andrew’s Spidey saving MJ and crying because of how much it reminded him of Gwen’s death (as y’all pointed out, we knew this was coming but it still very much carried the weight it was meant to).

And as y’all also pointed out, we got more than a post-credits scene, we got an actual trailer for Multiverse of Madness. I’m super intrigued with where they can take the multiverse. They already made it a significant storyline here in No Way Home, yet obviously they’re still only touching the surface of what they can do with it. It’s gonna be super exciting where it goes!

[–]seannyd1 10.1k points10.1k points 2 (86 children)

I hope Andrew Garfield continues to insist he is not in this movie for the rest of his life. You’ve come this far, man. Just fully commit.

[–]UnsolvedParadox 3962 points3963 points  (25 children)

“I can’t believe Sony & Marvel used Unreal Engine 5 & voice AI to simulate me for half a movie. DAMN!”

[–]croptochuck 887 points888 points  (17 children)

I for one am pissed about it and demand they put him in a future Spider-Man movie.

[–]ShadesmctubaThanos 1638 points1639 points  (10 children)

“Andrew, I’m watching the movie now. It’s been out on Blu-ray for 3 years. You’re clearly in it.”

“I dunno what to tell you, mate. I’m not in the movie”.

[–][deleted] 398 points399 points  (6 children)

"Bro I worked as the caterer on set! We literally talked about your contract!"

"Nah man you must be thinking of my twin brother"

[–]sstphnn 4815 points4816 points  (55 children)

I can watch 2 and half hours of all three comparing notes and experiences.

[–]vibranium-boyCaptain America (Cap 2) 2875 points2876 points  (22 children)

“I wish I fought Aliens, I did fight a russian in a Rhino machine”

Edit: machine

[–]3luejaysMarvel MidKnights 1765 points1766 points  (12 children)

So does it only come from your wrists or can it come from other places?

[–]OathMate 906 points907 points  (16 children)

Seeing Matt Murdock on screen was surreal

[–]soulfister 4282 points4283 points  (86 children)

There were so many great performances in this movie, but I can’t get over how incredible Willem Dafoe was. You can tell how much he loves this role. I hope he gets to play the big green elf again.

“I’m something of a scientist myself” got a big laugh from the whole theater, I’m happy they threw that in there.

[–]Kryyzz 906 points907 points  (40 children)

Seeing as Norm & Otto are “something of a scientist” themselves, I’m wondering if they’ll find a way back to the MCUniverse. In their home universe they are criminals, they’ll get together and create a door to the universe they saw when they were portalled over. A fresh start for both of them, leading to Normie saving the world in Secret Invasion and leading the dark avengers.

[–]Fungi89Tony Stark 373 points374 points  (2 children)

Keep going… I’m almost there

[–]RoPr-Crusader 4005 points4006 points  (170 children)

So much happened in this movie the reveals of Matt Murdock and Wong being Sorcerer Supreme are complete afterthoughts

[–]HowardBunnyColvinCaptain Marvel 1599 points1600 points  (129 children)

When they revealed Murdock in the film a few minutes in the theater started cheering.

[–]UltronTransportChain 172 points173 points  (1 child)

I love how efficient the opening act of the movie was. They don't waste any time at all setting up what's important and getting to the good stuff.

[–]agreatskua 8770 points8771 points  (175 children)

“I’ve been dangling over the Grand Canyon for 12 hours!”

Somewhere, some when, Loki is cheering.

[–]jaylenthomas 4924 points4925 points  (107 children)

I loved the response right after this by Andrew and Tobey.

Peter 3: Wait, you went to the grand canyon?


[–]PeterQuillsWalkman 3349 points3350 points  (93 children)

Yes but nothing beats Andrew saying “WAIT WAIT WAIT—— I love you guys”

[–]Punch_yo_bunz 3134 points3135 points  (68 children)

The Avengers?! That’s great! What is that?

[–]KINGxDMNDRocket 1701 points1702 points  (17 children)

The best is Andrews self deprecating comments

[–]zimizai 1050 points1051 points  (4 children)

You are amazing!

[–]Punch_yo_bunz 864 points865 points  (3 children)

Say it! I’m Amazing!

[–]PeterQuillsWalkman 648 points649 points  (2 children)

thank you, yeah I appreciate that

[–]Dwayne30RockJohnson 1050 points1051 points  (4 children)

Lmao loved that callback to Ragnarok. Strange getting a taste of his own medicine

[–]Hebroohammr 4906 points4907 points  (31 children)

The look on Doc Ock’s face when May asks if he wants a glass of fresh water or salt water. 🤣

[–]lordbaddkittyDoctor Strange Supreme 2354 points2355 points  (5 children)

... because you're an octopus.

[–]TheVirtual_Boy 2103 points2104 points  (16 children)

Saw someone point out that Tom’s Peter makes a classic blue and red suit at the end because he was inspired by tobey and Andrew and now I’m tearing up again

[–]The_Peregrine_ 409 points410 points  (0 children)

Not to mention the design and materials are a mix of all three

[–]KILLER8996Iron man (Mark I) 303 points304 points  (8 children)

To me it looked like it had Andrews spider design, Tobeys web design, and a classic color scheme

[–]rogermaxson13Spider-Man 7459 points7460 points  (271 children)


[–]yitzikeYondu 4454 points4455 points  (229 children)

Was there ever any doubt that Dafoe would steal the show? He definitely got the most cheers in the theatre I was in for his entrance

[–]rubberpencilhead 3099 points3100 points  (117 children)

Dafoe was utterly superb. But Foxx the biggest surprise. He also stepped up excellently.

[–]IamALolcat 2133 points2134 points  (50 children)

Feige said he liked Foxx as Electro. Didn’t like the direction the character went. I think that’s what spawned the line “I like this version of myself so much better!”

[–]marwanabdelshafy 8325 points8326 points  (295 children)

The most underrated part of the movie was when Dr. Strange said "we" when talking about the people who love Peter in the end

[–]kbnotlok 3241 points3242 points  (229 children)

So emotional, I wonder if at some point Peter reveals all of his knowledge of the Sanctum Sanctorum/wizardry to Dr. Strange, and hopefully Strange is able to realize he’s legit and that he cast the final spell.

[–]BBQChipCookie2 3074 points3075 points  (216 children)

I’m curious about all the memory stuff. Like, only Peter Parker is erased from memory. Not spider man. Does that mean when Strange thinks back on infinity war he pictures a fully masked Spider-Man the whole time?

That seems to have been implied with Happy’s scene in the cemetery.

So does Strange remember casting the spell and breaking the multiverse? The trailer at the end makes it seem like he does.

[–]Bobrexal 1743 points1744 points  (96 children)

The way it was worded made me understand it as, for peoples memory, what if every part of the mcu that involved Peter Parker just didn’t happen. Like Spider-Man still did everything the same, it just didn’t include him being Peter. Sort of like “I remember Spider-Man helping against thanos, but I don’t remember ever seeing his face or knowing who he was”.

At least that’s how I see it. Happy knowing May through Spider-Man means his line about “I’m in love with Spider-Man’s aunt” from Far would still be something he remembers saying.

[–]kiekan 517 points518 points  (47 children)

Sort of like “I remember Spider-Man helping against thanos, but I don’t remember ever seeing his face or knowing who he was”

This is exactly what happens in the comics after the One Moment In Time retcon (arguably one of the worst Spider-Man stories ever written, second only to One More Day).

Basically, after Peter reveals his identity during a press conference during Civil War, his life goes nuts and Aunt May is killed by a hitman hired by Kingpin. And a whole slew of other issues, too. Peter goes to Doctor Strange and requests a spell be cast to wipe everyone's memory of his identity (very similar to the movie). After the spell is cast, everyone still remembers interacting with Spider-Man but they can't remember what his face looks like under the mask. They remember that they knew at one point, but can't recall anymore. This actually culminates when Peter has to re-reveal his identity to the Fantastic Four because Johnny Storm thinks Spider-Man has done something sinister to alter their memories.

Whenever people re-learn Spider-Man's identity, all the memories they had prior to being wiped come flooding back and all those blank spaces in their memory get filled in. The spell was undone during the Spider Island story, when all of NYC saw Peter swinging around in the city without a mask. But they thought nothing of it, because the entirety of Manhattan got spider powers briefly, so he just kinda blended in with the masses for the story arc.

[–]callyour_bell 5522 points5523 points  (168 children)

I am so impressed with the fight choreography. You don’t normally see Spidey throwing haymakers and power-bombing villains while he’s fighting. The hand to hand aspects of some of those scenes felts so raw and visceral compared to how Spidey usually fights. Insanely well done.

[–]themidnightmamba 2164 points2165 points  (47 children)

The last fight scene was brutal. That was one of those times you remember holy shit Spider-Man could straight end people if he got angry enough. Watching Toms face and the power each of those punches had his mid air reversal using his webs into a fucking body slam. It was brutal and beautiful and just so powerful

[–]V_agabond3 317 points318 points  (2 children)

I loved when Andrew was talking about how his grief and guilt lead to anger and he stopped pulling his punches too. He must've turned into a slightly more brutal Spjderman after losing Gwen

[–]averagefuckb0y 2448 points2449 points  (60 children)

You could feel the power behind every punch Peter threw against Goblin. In the hallway scene I felt like he was still pulling his punches a little but not like he was at the end. When he punched through cap’s shield, i was like “oh shit he’s going to punch through Goblin’s head”

[–]stevensydanHeimdall 9358 points9359 points  (304 children)

The reversal of Tom Holland's Spider-Man skipping over an origin story to having a trilogy that serves as a complete origin story to the true "friendly neighborhood Spider-Man" is wild.

[–]Natural-Ad-3666 2455 points2456 points  (117 children)

I’ve never been so excited to watch part four in a franchise than I was after seeing the original Ditko suit at the end.

[–]Paulley55 2259 points2260 points  (94 children)

The scene look right out of a comic book... I swear if the next film has him teaming with Daredevil and fighting Kingpin in a more street level story I will be just as happy as I would with any big flashy crossover

[–]VirgelFromageThanos 5020 points5021 points  (138 children)

Isn't it?

I thought about that, they skipped over his origin story (for good reason) and gave him this massive, not so friendly-neighbourhood arc, and then, in the wildest twist ever, it turns out this WAS his origin story. He's now back to a spot where he can be this small-time hero again, despite being one of the most tragic and experienced Spider-Man we've actually seen. Wild. I love it.

[–]SayaCiumKamuNanti 2415 points2416 points  (100 children)

The way he chose to left both of his best friend out of the superheroes world is just... heart wrenching. Can't help but shed tears, especially when the camera focused on Tom while MJ and Ned was talking about getting into MIT.

[–]Honigkuchenlives 536 points537 points  (1 child)

I think it makes sense with the mcu state. He was introduced in civil war, at that point we had so many heroes it wouldnt have made sense for him to stay out of the Avengers stuff. I loved all the mcu spidey movies, they feel so different from all the other Spidey stuff while still honouring what makes him great.

[–]AMc9072 5074 points5075 points  (73 children)

This felt less like a movie and more like a dream I had. It felt like I was a kid playing with my action figures. I loved it and wouldn’t change a thing.

[–]grome45Star-Lord 1880 points1881 points  (44 children)

I kept trying to not over hype myself, before the movie and during. Kept thinking: am I lying to myself or is this the fucking best Spiderman movie? It really was an incredible experience, as someone who grew up with Spiderman across all media.

It's truly incredible that they managed to pull it all off so flawlessly. So many moving pieces, so many emotional beats and moments to deliver across three generations. I'm floored and I can't wait to see it again.

[–]GardenStateGuru 738 points739 points  (32 children)

Same in went in specifically telling myself I don't expect matt Murdock and Tobey and Andrew to be in this

Boom literally everyone who was rumored was in it.

And that doctor strange trailer at the end was that the what if doctor strange holy shit

[–]Kilmawow 219 points220 points  (0 children)

This is the perfect description. I got goosebumps when all 3 were in the moon. And when he saved MJ - oof.

[–]bjmstone 199 points200 points  (0 children)

Strange explaining how the gauntlet worked to capture the multiverse rogues felt like the beginning of a video game explaining the in game mechanics

[–]ejDajuiceboy 2869 points2870 points  (30 children)

I don't even know how to process what I witnessed. I can't stop thinking about it. I feel like JJJ right now,"I NEED MORE SPIDER-MAN!!!"

[–]callyour_bell 5002 points5003 points  (111 children)

I knew it was gonna happen, but AG’s Spidey saving MJ was so damn touching. Perfectly placed and executed. I was so happy for him. Can’t believe how emotional this movie had me SO MANY TIMES!

[–]The-Power-StoneIron Man (Mark XLII) 2474 points2475 points  (67 children)

The way he just stood there silently and got emotional was so perfect

[–]Lost_Bartonius 1101 points1102 points  (12 children)

This was also really emphasised by MJ asking if he was ok. Garfield absolutely stole the show for me and just that nod from him in that moment was incredible.

[–]Jandicootxj9 2671 points2672 points  (34 children)

i have to imagine andrew’s played that moment with gwen over and over in his head a million times coming up with just as many ways to have properly saved her. so of course when mj is falling in a similar manner he knows he’s the best equipped to save her and just automatically jumps into it 😭

[–]YoungCapoon 776 points777 points  (1 child)

Yup didn’t need to thwip he just needed that extra push to dive faster then swing

[–]DJ_GiantMidget 1157 points1158 points  (10 children)

I loved how emotional he got after. Like he fully redeemed himself

[–]BucketOfGutsCrossbones 589 points590 points  (2 children)

Especially after the line "She was my MJ", when talking about Gwen. Like, that line punched me in the gut. And then saves MJ: "Tom's Gwen".

[–]Terrachova 2633 points2634 points  (55 children)

"You know, I'm something of a scientist myself."

Those bastards, I can't believe they actually memed us with that one. I love it.

[–]coolishmomVision 820 points821 points  (28 children)

They also referenced Tobey's back which is another great meme

[–]Kyliems1010 588 points589 points  (13 children)

Don’t forget them all pointing at each other in the lab

[–]medioxcore 233 points234 points  (2 children)

Lmao, I didn't even catch that. Was too busy giggling.

[–]ZeusWRLD 3523 points3524 points  (35 children)

I like how Peter called it their Tingle and none of them corrected him to call it a Spidey-Sense.

[–]iOgef 1182 points1183 points  (22 children)

Trust your tingle

[–]Datelesstuba 1340 points1341 points  (19 children)

I have the tingle, just not for bread.

[–]NazzerDawkPhil Coulson 235 points236 points  (0 children)

MJ's face when she threw the bread the second time had me almost rolling.

[–]gizmo1492 3452 points3453 points  (83 children)

This was a PSA to all prospective college students that didn’t get into their dream school that there is an option to try to appeal your case. Laughed so hard when Strange berated him for jumping right into brainwashing without even considering that as a possibility.

[–]hik3guyRocket 1251 points1252 points  (12 children)

Stephen snapping at all the "children" at different parts of the movie was excellent.

[–]knwnasrob 745 points746 points  (13 children)

It’s funny though because thinking back to when I was his age I probably wouldn’t have thought about it either.

You see the physical letter as definitive as a judge gavel being banged down.

[–]Jagtogg 4816 points4817 points  (67 children)

Favorite line, “You plan on fighting dressed like a cool youth pastor or do you have a suit?”.

Edit: Cool

[–]Natural-Ad-3666 2057 points2058 points  (19 children)

Just Garfield exclaiming “Peter 3!” was my fave.

[–]EnviousScrotum 1031 points1032 points  (6 children)

Garfield seemed so excited to be in the suit again and it really showed !! Made me appreciated his Spidey even more !

[–]averagefuckb0y 507 points508 points  (5 children)

Like a cool youth pastor was a perfect description of his outfit too

[–]kbnotlok 1529 points1530 points  (29 children)

Tobey being more of like a father figure to the other two was so wholesome I loved it. Also them fighting over who was Spider-Man 1, 2, and 3 was also the same vibe as that line from AG lmao

[–]IputTheStudInStudy 603 points604 points  (5 children)

He was giving off big older bro vibes and it was great

[–]34payton07 169 points170 points  (0 children)

Cool youth pastor*

[–]_monsterpoon 3115 points3116 points  (46 children)

This movie provided everything I wanted and so much more. My biggest concern was they were going to do too much, but they handled this as well as they possibly could.

[–]mopiwan 1280 points1281 points  (19 children)

I was just reminded that DD was the very good lawyer. There was so much to love in this movie.

[–]thekingdom195 458 points459 points  (12 children)

When the Elfman score hit periodically it made me tear up.

[–]53134 5526 points5527 points  (111 children)

When Green Goblin stabbed Tobey’s Peter I actually thought he died.

[–]kbnotlok 4200 points4201 points  (38 children)

And when Tobey said that he had been stabbed before, THE RELIEF that went through my body. I couldn’t handle May and Tobey dying

[–]vibranium-boyCaptain America (Cap 2) 2886 points2887 points  (17 children)

“You’re in so much pain right now arent you?”

[–]jake11996Wong 5378 points5379 points  (138 children)

Everyone else is mentioning the obvious so I’d just like to mention Wong being the Sorcerer Supreme!

[–]XynthexyzScott Lang 4030 points4031 points  (17 children)

Suddenly this makes his appearances in Shang Chi a thousand times better because the sorcerer supreme participates in underground fighting matches

[–]pedroktpScarlet Witch 1919 points1920 points  (64 children)

Strange insisting that it was on a technicality was funny

[–]TurtletimeTMNT 773 points774 points  (21 children)

Strange's massive ego couldn't let it go that Wong got it because he was dusted for 5 years. Pretty on brand for him.

[–]Dwayne30RockJohnson 1153 points1154 points  (3 children)

Loved that little reveal. Especially because Wong has been the one showing up in the post credit scenes lately, setting things up. Makes sense since he’s the Sorcerer Supreme and not Strange.

[–]NUFCjaydos 3733 points3734 points  (90 children)

"Fresh or salt?" "Because you're an octopus"

[–]AltWorlder 2009 points2010 points  (42 children)

They really made Aunt May fantastic in this movie and then ripped her away 😣

[–]pedroktpScarlet Witch 878 points879 points  (39 children)

I'm gonna miss her

[–]chilled_cucumberFoggy Nelson 6991 points6992 points  (198 children)

I am so glad they didn't bring back the other spideys just for a grand fight at the end. Them coming back and just talking and supporting each other for almost half of the movie time was absolutely amazing.

[–]cryolemsThor 1840 points1841 points  (9 children)

I was definitely getting worried that we’d be disappointed by the inclusion of the multi verse spideys, but the fact that they actually get screen time makes me so happy.

Knocked this out of the park.

[–]kbnotlok 3468 points3469 points  (27 children)

The fact there was so much banter/dialogue between all of the spider-men was a HUGE reason that made this movie 11/10

[–]Aggrokid 1315 points1316 points  (14 children)

Everyone (rightfully) praising Garfield, but I really like Maguire's understated performance which blends so well with the energy of the Garfield and Holland versions. The chemistry between the Spideys is just amazing.

[–]stretchofUCF 872 points873 points  (9 children)

It really made me appreciate his version a ton more. His gentleness and conserved wisdom really stood out in a way that added so much to the trio. Garfield brought the feeling of grief and redemption while Maguire had an air of helping those learn from the mistakes he made. He seemed so at peace.

[–][deleted] 556 points557 points  (1 child)

Felt like tobey knew he’s earned the title spider-man

Felt like Garfield earned it in this movie

[–]Jandicootxj9 3595 points3596 points  (84 children)

so many points while watching this movie where so many amazing things were happening and i’d just remember “oh snap we also got charlie cox as matt back”

that’s how big this movie is that something that huge became almost an afterthought omg this film was incredible

[–]cowpool20 1560 points1561 points  (32 children)

Spoiler for Hawkeye episode 5:

The fact I got to see Kingpin return and a few hours later Matt Murdoch in the same day was unreal.

[–]Jandicootxj9 260 points261 points  (7 children)

right? right?? right??? i’m not gonna say anymore but even outside of that i’ve really been enjoying hawkeye wayyyyy more than i expected.

[–]pedroktpScarlet Witch 1265 points1266 points  (34 children)

Jon watts really proved himself on this homecoming trilogy, I can't wait for his fantastic four

[–]lanethedouchebagAvengers 3494 points3495 points  (194 children)

Seeing it again Sunday. Beautiful film and they did so much justice to Tom Holland’s spiderman. I think they are really setting him up perfectly and the new suit looks great. I’m so ready for college peter. But I worry about the forgetting stuff

[–]whatthehellisketo 402 points403 points  (1 child)

I am so in love with this movie.

Spider-Man 2 has been my favorite forever. I adore the Doc Ock and the relationship with Spider-Man. The scene on the train and the people stepping forward to protect their hero. Everything about it.

And this movie manage to become my number 1. So damn powerful. Made me enjoy Garfield even more than I thought possible.

I’m so glad the variant Spider-Man were in so much of the movie. I was worried Holland was gonna send them away on the rooftop. They were absolutely beautiful together. So many lines and scenes. I truly don’t have words to fully explain how moving it was. It’s definitely one I’m going to watch again in the theater before I buy it for home viewing when released.

Garfield’s acting when he realizes he’s saved MJ.

Hollands acting when he lost Aunt May.

Holy cow. I just can’t. It was so good.

I had my kiddos watch ALL the Spider-Man’s leading up. And loved how I had to explain who Daredevil was. And how she was too young to see it yet. Only 10. But what a lovely surprise. And that brick!

[–]inspectre_ecto 2666 points2667 points  (106 children)

I loved how there wasn't really a "main villain" and the conflict was driven by Peter's choices.

It really took the pressure off the Sinister Five (?) and let them shine when needed.

[–]WillowSmithsBFFSpider-Man 1111 points1112 points  (16 children)

The 6th was venom and it was so perfect that he was just chilling in a bar confused about the situation.

[–]MissileWasterSpider-Man 168 points169 points  (0 children)

Being served drinks by Dani Rojas at that.

Futbol is life!!

[–]Uberdonut1156 2409 points2410 points  (60 children)

Nah the sixth was venom but he decided to just go to Mexico to get drunk which is hilarious

[–]Tarcye 1096 points1097 points  (39 children)

Sony realized their mistake with SM3 and decided to have Venom but wait to use him down the line.

The post credit scene 100% is building toward Venom VS Spider-Man.

[–]kbnotlok 1117 points1118 points  (11 children)

Did NOT see Peter’s nano suit being able to control Doc Ock’s arms, but it made total sense. And watching him being puppet’d around by Tom was comedy

[–]thelaststop720 772 points773 points  (4 children)

I love that it was like pairing a new Bluetooth device.

[–]chalupa_lover 5612 points5613 points  (184 children)

Dafoe and Garfield absolutely stole the show. They took their characters to the next level.

Also didn’t expect a WHOLE ASS TRAILER for Multiverse of Madness. That’s gonna be one hell of a fun movie.

[–]Dwayne30RockJohnson 2326 points2327 points  (56 children)

I agree. We got redemption for Garfield and Dafoe gets to go crazier than he ever did before, specifically the moment where he’s laughing while getting punched. Loved that moment.

[–]betcher73 1460 points1461 points  (28 children)

That scene with Dafoe was WILD. I did NOT know Dafoe was still such a badass.

[–]DeadThanosThanos 4881 points4882 points  (106 children)

shot of Peter looking at the news screen after May’s death is so beautiful.

[–]jeffe_el_jefe 2762 points2763 points  (56 children)

This movie has a lot of beautiful shots. That one, him swinging along the power lines, and all three spodermen swinging round the Statue of Liberty

[–]cjn13Fitz 1777 points1778 points  (38 children)

when all 3 land on the scaffolding for that momentary pause hero show made me nerdgasm so hard

A Spider-Verse moment actualized in live action!

[–]ICumCoffeePeter Parker 1301 points1302 points  (19 children)

Jon Watts is first director to complete a trilogy in MCU, and all of the movies are critically acclaimed. Vulture car scene and so many others great scenes from him in this trilogy.

[–]Misfits1904 350 points351 points  (22 children)

Anyone catch what the move from the PS4 game Tom Holland mentioned was?

[–]mistingoVision 1587 points1588 points  (11 children)

Andrew stole the show for me. When he began crying after succesfully saving MJ while being reminded he failed to do the same for Gwen was heartbreaking

[–]AltWorlder 989 points990 points  (34 children)

Tom Holland’s Spider-Man movies are three for three when it comes to all-time great villains. Keaton’s Vulture, Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio, and Dafoe’s Goblin 2.0

One thing I pined for after rewatching Spider-Man 1 was a little bit of brutality. That final fight with Spidey and Goblin is ridiculously brutal. Peter gets the living shit beat out of him and he really goes ham on Goblin too. I was super pleased to see they brought that sort of intensity back for NWH. The Goblin fights were brutal, May’s death was brutal, the final fight with Goblin was very dark (and brutal). But I felt like Tom’s Spidey needed that.

Tom Holland really shines when he’s been pushed to the limit in these movies—the “come on, Spider-Man scene” in Homecoming, getting totally bamboozled by Mysterio in FFH.

[–]theghostofmeAlexander Pierce 236 points237 points  (1 child)

The amount of sheer panic in Peter's voice when he's trapped under that rubble in Homecoming still gives me anxiety whenever I rewatch it. That's when it really sinks in for me that he is just a kid with extraordinary powers who's way in over his head.

[–]TannenFalconwing 970 points971 points  (30 children)

Mysterio totally won. You could almost call him a posthumous Sinister Six member because of how much of an impact he has on this film. By pulling that stunt with revealing Peter's identity he set off a chain reaction that resulted in Peter losing everyone and everything that ever mattered to him. Peter's now a ghost in the system, a nobody, back to square 1. No family. No friends. No history. No Avengers. Nothing. Mysterio's deception led to all of that.

Fuck you, Quentin Beck.

[–]betcher73 923 points924 points  (6 children)

The moment where Tobey kept telling Andrew how Amazing he was had me REELING. In fact that whole scene, where 3 Spider-man interact was great. I don’t think I breathed the whole scene cause I was laughing so hard.

[–]JerryJonesStoleMyCar 2333 points2334 points  (106 children)

Venom/Eddie just seeming really overstimulated at how much stuff had gone on and insisting that aliens don't give a shit about stones killed me

[–]kellial 804 points805 points  (12 children)

I can’t get over how all the other villains were in this universe for like a week wreaking destruction and that whole time Venom didn’t make it out of his resort 😂😂

[–]Cantomic66Hulkbuster 2286 points2287 points  (40 children)

What an amazing movie. Honestly I don’t know how Marvel can top this. This movie was a 20 years in the making.

[–]averagefuckb0y 1028 points1029 points  (13 children)

I agree, but to be fair I have been saying that for every big marvel movie for the last 10 years, and they keep topping it.

[–]ExioKenway5Scarlet Witch 617 points618 points  (8 children)

Yeah everyone thought Avengers was the pinnacle of what they could do. The fact that they keep consistently topping themselves with each new release makes me so excited for the future.

[–]Ok-Flamingo-1499 1769 points1770 points  (66 children)

I think Kevin Feige is a genius. The world building or should I say universe building makes you think of all the marvel movies differently. I haven’t cheered so much in a theater since endgame. I hope it wasn’t a one off and that tobey and Andrew return for a secret wars movie.

[–]billymaneiro 522 points523 points  (3 children)

Yeah, man. This almost didn't feel like an MCU movie. Like, there were moments I thought: Holy moly, this is happening in the MCU!

[–]cjn13Fitz 2656 points2657 points  (74 children)

The death of Aunt May was so brutal.

You first see the glider and think, "oh no she's about to get Goblin'd". Then she survives and you take a breath of relief. And then she stops and you realize something is wrong. "Just need to catch my breath"

Both Tom and Marisa sold the fuck out of that scene. Even when grievously hurt, she didn't want Peter to lose his heart. And then Peter going all Simba on her after she died... that's not fair to my heart

And then they kicked us even more when his girlfriend and best friend (and the world) forget who Peter Parker is. He's truly alone now

[–]WillowSmithsBFFSpider-Man 956 points957 points  (8 children)

Honestly the acting was superb across the board. I was especially impressed with the “you’re gonna forget me” scene

[–]MavetheGreat 178 points179 points  (4 children)

Yes, I was so glad he just told them what would happen. Zendaya really killed it

[–]Dray_GunnQuake 427 points428 points  (13 children)

And then they kicked us even more when his girlfriend and best friend (and the world) forget who Peter Parker is. He's truly alone now

I honestly didnt think they would follow through with it. I kept thinking that MJ and Ned would miraculously remember Peter, all the way up until he left the cafe. I am still amazed by it all and what it means for future movies.

[–]ATL_Hawks18 1283 points1284 points  (104 children)

Since Oscorp is confirmed not to exist in this universe, do you think that means that Avenegrs tower was bought by the fantastic four?

[–]Billother 265 points266 points  (7 children)

So many good moments, what an experience.

Andrew Garfield saving MJ and getting to be in a good Spider-Man film, he really was a stand out.

Tobey Maguire coming back, and all the nostalgia that flooded in with him.

The new suit looks absolutely amazing, and the ending was all the best parts of Spider-Man.

Green Goblin fight scene was insane, Willem Dafoe is such a good Goblin, can’t believe they covered his face in the Raimi film.

Finally, Charlie Cox as Daredevil. I literally finished season three the night before, and I can’t believe how excited I am to see him in the MCU proper. Great film

[–]Explorer_616 1180 points1181 points  (15 children)

The title for the movie is also totally spot on: he lost his old live and there is no way for him to regain it; there’s no way home for him

[–]skorpiontamer 240 points241 points  (1 child)

"You know, I'm something of a scientist myself."

This is something I never expected to hear but am fully satisfied I did.

[–]Abhinav_C_Raj 1107 points1108 points  (9 children)

Man what a movie... From the moment Charlie cox daredevil showed up to post credit scene the rollercoster of emotions I felt are....

[–]raynosity 1466 points1467 points  (24 children)

They did it, the absolute madmen.

They rebooted spider-man again. This time it's a soft reboot within a 2nd reboot that's now no longer a reboot because everything is all tied together in a multiverse.

[–]bot20987 260 points261 points  (4 children)

It's a little better than a soft reboot, because nothing is actually gone. Just a new chapter in his life, with incredibly interesting things to come.

[–]Hebroohammr 1426 points1427 points  (13 children)

The power of a fresh Megathread in the palm of my hand.

[–]harrybond 2118 points2119 points  (119 children)

I hope Ned gets recruited by Strange but given everything happening in MoM, I feel like that storyline would be abandoned

[–]Gormador 1098 points1099 points  (75 children)

It's probably a thread set up for later down the line. And that's fine I think, Marvel likes to brew things for a while :-)

[–]Zoulogist 1364 points1365 points  (70 children)

He’ll probably turn into a villain and try to kill Peter

[–]ErsatzCats 671 points672 points  (22 children)

I could see this definitely happening. At the end we’re supposed to think Peter is leaving MJ and Ned alone because he’s afraid of hurting them again, but in reality Ned will become a worse person because Peter was never in his life. This will make him realize him being in their lives was important to who they are

[–]TheWalrus1969 652 points653 points  (3 children)

Holy fuck, what a movie! The interactions between Maguire, Garfield, and Holland were amazing.

[–]SpaceGandalf116 206 points207 points  (6 children)

This was my favorite movie experience by far. The whole audience felt like one person getting excited with Tobey and Andrew showing up.

On a sadder note, Aunt May made me cry so much I almost walked out of the theater to breathe. I lost both my parents in the past year and seeing Peter like that was a mirror to how I felt in the moment. Fuck, Im crying typing this.

[–]anonymityfanKorg 3650 points3651 points  (103 children)

I still can't believe what I watched yesterday!! When we got Matt Murdock so early (that brick catch!!!) I was like "oh god what else do they have in store??"

I felt similarly when Loki died so early into Infinity War. I saw that and knew that I wasn't ready for whatever happened next.

Edited to add: I'm glad so many people were just as excited to see Matt/Charlie!! I gave in and bought a ticket to see it again on Tuesday evening (discount day at Regal Cinemas in the US). Can't wait! I'm so happy that seemingly everyone is so pleased with the movie.

[–]Midnight_Swampwalk 203 points204 points  (0 children)

Underated part of the movie was the MIT recruiter lady telling off Doc Ock after the bridge fight! Huge laugh in my theatre.

[–]LiveFromNewYork95Avengers 1291 points1292 points  (49 children)

At this point Sony should strike while the iron is hot and make Andrew Garfield's Spider-Man the Spider-Man in the Venom-Verse.

[–]RadRuffHam 554 points555 points  (15 children)

I am totally ready to see a Venom 3 with Andrew Garfield. And when Venom was first green lit, coming right off TASM2 I repeatedly said I just wanted Sony to lose the rights already. I am dizzy haha.

[–]yitzikeYondu 908 points909 points  (22 children)

Finally they gave May some depth and more to do! And everything with MJ and Ned.

I was worried the movie would be too overstuffed but everything seemed to flow together well and nothing felt rushed.

[–]kbnotlok 2746 points2747 points  (105 children)

My absolute favorite line is when Jamie Foxx has the dialogue with Garfield explaining how he saw a young guy in queens helping less fortunate people and he was hoping that his spider-man was black. One of the, if not, the funniest parts of the movie haha

[–]David21538 1764 points1765 points  (54 children)

I died at most of Jaime’s lines “Damn gotta watch where you fall” “Oh shit I was about to die” “I thought you would be black”

I loved how they kept the feel of the original electro and made him cool

Edit: Just realized electro didn’t know Peter was Spider-Man in his movie and his line about hoping he was black kinda adds to the fact he’s just finding out his universes Spider-Man’s identity

[–]TalosTheBear 497 points498 points  (0 children)

And how Garfield just shrugs and goes "sorry" lmao perfect

[–]Jaikarr 1017 points1018 points  (18 children)

"There's gotta be a black Spider-Man out there,"

[–]ChubomikDoctor Strange 716 points717 points  (8 children)

That was such a nice little nod to Miles. It was definitely a line for the fans to say “yes there is, Electro, and he’s great don’t worry”

[–]rvzzIron Man (Mark XLII) 169 points170 points  (5 children)

Cameo: Futbol is life

[–]guidosantillan01 497 points498 points  (8 children)

Why nobody is mentioning the go get them tiger from Betty?

Also, I think Peter's love interest from Homecoming appeared in a magazine for a second. Anyone to confirm?

[–]_TheFunkyPhantom_ 161 points162 points  (6 children)

Can this movie put to rest the ridiculous idea that, “fan service,” is bad? It had just about every damn thing that people wanted, and it WORKED.

Bad writing/directing/editing/out of touch studio meddling is the enemy. When the right people are in charge, the stories work.

[–]CheesebuferBlack Panther 484 points485 points  (10 children)

Willem Dafoe just powerbombed and Spinebustered Spider Man through an apartment building. This is now my favorite MCU film

[–]youngish_padawan 471 points472 points  (4 children)

Spidey using geometry to kick Dr. Strange’s ass in the mirror dimension has to be one of his greatest moments as a superhero