Spider-Man is awesome. Spider-Man is so humble. Peter Parker is being overwhelmed with media attention. The whole world knows that Spider -Man is Peter Parker, played by Tom Holland, a seventeen year old student at Midtown High. Peter Parker can be so naive; when he confronts danger, Spider-Man experiences calamity like us. In "No Way Home" it is in the secret places where the story binds our interest. Like a young superhero on a verge bordering cosmic secrets, in strange and dark settings, Spider-Man learns that a marred spell has brought visitors from the multiverse.
The special effects become magic when Spider-Man confronts an electric ghost form, spewing starlit radiant beams of energy at him. Here, Spider-Man can't be spell-bound for too long, but must negotiate resources to at least contain this unwieldy intruder. The brilliant pixellated clarity of the city scape, at night, remains-even in the green and swampy miasma of explosions and debris. These dark characters have sworn themselves to villainy, for the current time and in any world. Then it happens that Lizard man can jump through a portal and be in a living room. Spider-Man nervously follows in behind to help.
It's a gang war; these foes, the Sandman included, try to negate Spider-Man's intervention. It seems that all the excitement is about a 'macchina di kiddivus', which started the whole conflict in the first place! There is silliness so that we know that the city populace will help Spider-Man-with practical affairs. Ironically it's Spider-Man's girl who will grieve in the end, but Spider-Man wrote the book on accepting isolation.