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michael Yıl önce
The woman who tries to grab MJ and then claims Spider-Man hit her after he stops her is the best villain in the MCU. People actually do that in real life and it's infuriating.
Youtube Watcher
Youtube Watcher Yıl önce
Her name must be Karen
ViVi Yıl önce
Infuriating is an understatement
Peter Parker
Peter Parker Yıl önce
@TRvid Watcher lol that's so true
Sese RedDead
Sese RedDead Yıl önce
Great actress though, I genuinely got annoyed by her. Edit: also my highlights of NWH are the rain scene where Peter processes the death of may, the introduction of tobey and Andrew, the final fight and the final swinging scene.
Ryan Parker
Ryan Parker Yıl önce
Like when people spraypaint racial slurs on their own houses for pity and attention lmao
Corbet Abrahamson
I think it's worth noting that in the MCU trilogy they've called it the "tingle" or the "Peter tingle" but when Green Goblin talks about it as a character from a universe where it's probably been called the "Spider sense" he refers to it by saying "that's some neat trick that sense of yours." Just another fun multiverse thing.
Ian R. Nava Huber
Ian R. Nava Huber 11 aylar önce
IRONICALLY the only person to ever call it "spider-sense" in ANY SPIDER-MAN MOVIE if you think about it was Raimi's Venom when he sarcastically said "my spider-sense is tingling" when he had MJ in spider-man 3.....
tenjek 10 aylar önce
@Ian R. Nava Huber and the funny thing is even raimi's peter seemed to focus on the tingle part of that phrase rather than the sense bit
Chris Foster
Chris Foster 10 aylar önce
@Ian R. Nava Huber can you tell me what YOU THINK irony means, please
Pagan Min
Pagan Min 9 aylar önce
@Chris Foster something that subverts expectations idk
Ian Gillies
Ian Gillies Yıl önce
Love Dafoe's delivery on the line "Norman's on sabbatical, honey." Probably my favorite line from the whole film
Q-mii Productions
Just read that as the line was being said in the video.
Antonio Rosario
Antonio Rosario Yıl önce
My favorite line was “strong enough to have it all, too weak to take it”
Pikatwig16 Yıl önce
Fun fact, that was ad-libbed. The script didn't have a specific line for DaFoe and they told him to do what came naturally. It ended up actually kind of scaring the other people in the room.
Josiah Bahuaud
Josiah Bahuaud 4 aylar önce
@Pikatwig16 Thats amazing. 😁
Just Some Guy without a Mustache
14:07 "Just throw all the Oscars at this man will ya?" Jokes aside though, Willem Dafoe is a legendary actor
Mumen Rider
Mumen Rider Yıl önce
Here before this blows up.
Anwz Dewan
Anwz Dewan Yıl önce
Does 5-6 guys use this account? Like how can you be everywhere
LabTurtle Yıl önce
That wasn’t a joke. He literally deserves all the Oscar’s in the world
Willem Dripfoe
Etanu Yıl önce
Honestly, he stole the show in no way home, it was just a blast watching him do his thing
ノーネーム Yıl önce
That moment when Peter's spider sense is going haywire in the condo, with all the effects surrounding that scene, gave me chills. Looking back, I love the idea that Peter sensed the moment Norman switched to the Green Goblin, and the Goblin is such a threat to Peter on a scale he's never felt before that it nearly overloaded his spidey sense and he couldn't tell where it was coming from. Willem Dafoe's amazing performance when he's found out as Goblin also really sold the whole thing. I love MCU Spidey so nothing against him, but as a big fan that grew up on the Raimi movies, its a nice nod to how Tobey's Spider-Man and his villains are almost in a different league to what Holland's Spidey has had to face.
Tony Peppermint
Tony Peppermint Yıl önce
It's so powerful.
Ian Kincaid
Ian Kincaid Yıl önce
Are you comparing the green goblin and thanos? Because that’s a different league in itself
ノーネーム Yıl önce
@Ian Kincaid I assume in the case of Thanos, Peter was briefed by Tony and Stephen on the ship over to Titan, and he didn't have to fight him solo. In NWH Peter is running the show and is surrounded by supervillains that could turn on him and Aunt May if he isn't careful, and when Goblin came out Peter's sense went nuts but it doesn't tell him exactly what the threat is hence his confusion and needing to look around, before he trusts his instincts.
Andrew Engelman
Andrew Engelman Yıl önce
Sorry to be the nay-sayer here, but when Peter's Spider sense was going haywire, Norman had already been taken over by the Goblin for a while. Green Goblin took over Norman right after Otto made the comment about no more darker half. Green Goblin was the one setting off the Spider sense, but it wasn't because of the switch, it was because that was the moment he was about to cut the act and get violent.
ノーネーム Yıl önce
@Andrew Engelman Whether or not you're right, I'm still mainly talking about Norman's threat level on Peter's radar was overwhelming coming from a vaguely 'unknown' source.
danteelite Yıl önce
I love how when Peter fixes Otto, they specifically kept it a secret from us fans who knew where to look by cleverly not showing the lights on the claws, since that’s the give away as to who is in control. Red = Claws are in control. White = Otto is in control. Blue = Peter/Iron Spider is in control. So when us keen eyed fans were drastically searching for a hint of the lights, they kept them hidden so we wouldn’t know if it worked or not until they wanted to reveal it. Pretty clever… clever and devious!
Ryan Wequ
Ryan Wequ 10 aylar önce
Great catch!
Fletcher Reed
Fletcher Reed Yıl önce
I really appreciate the balance the movie struck with the other Peters and villains. My biggest fear was that they would either barely show up or steal the movie away from the main characters, but no. They all have plenty of screen time, but it’s very much still MCU Peter’s movie.
Jeremy Adler
Jeremy Adler Yıl önce
This! Honestly, while I'm hyped for Multiverse of Madness, I'm a TOUCH concerned that they won't have the same balance that this film had. However, having said that, I'm not TOO worried, as No Way Home and Civil War have both shown us that they know how to do fanservice, but only in service of the main character and their stories. I'm pretty sure it'll be the same for Multiverse :)
Luke Yıl önce
Jeremy Adler
Jeremy Adler Yıl önce
@Luke, What's funny?
Charlie Fielding
Charlie Fielding Yıl önce
I feel like it's not even the balance of screentime, cause I'd still be happy with more of it, it's the way the characters feel like they're there FOR MCU Peter, that their role in the story is to help give him a new perspective on his role as Spiderman, and show him the paths his life could take. There was plenty of fan service and goofs, but ultimately their time was centred around MCU Peter, and that really helped maintain the balance.
Jeremy Adler
Jeremy Adler Yıl önce
@Charlie Fielding, Good way of putting it. Let’s hope that Multiverse of Madness can pull off the same thing :)
[ E R R O R ]
[ E R R O R ] Yıl önce
A detail that not a lot of people have pointed out is that Strange’s spell initially had two rings, meaning that Strange wanted to remember who Peter was and that’s adorable ok bye
Logan Baron
Logan Baron Yıl önce
And you see, I read that completely differently. I see it as more of Strange's ego, that it's knowledge that he won't let himself lose. I mean ego, and the fact that it could be knowledge he may need someday in the future.
VV Worth
VV Worth 10 aylar önce
“Leave me out of this(the spell?)” -Wong I’ve heard some people say that Wong still knows who Peter is, and I’d be curious to see the conclusion in whatever Spider-Man movie comes next. Not sure if it’s true but it would be cool nonetheless.
Lane Yıl önce
Flint’s “I am.” After Electro’s “Y’all just gonna stand around and act like I’m not butt ass naked?” Slayed me in theatres
Zigeal⛧Faust Yıl önce
A detail you forgot that you probably wont notice when it happens again: Peter's spidey sense did not go off when the brick came through the window becasue Matt was sure to catch it. This happens again later when Otto grabs all three Spidermen at once and none of them dodge it because they were not in danger, just part of Otto's trick against Max.
newo davies
newo davies Yıl önce
His hand goes up in the exact spot the brick would come in before the window breaks, it went off
Nhan Dinh
Nhan Dinh 10 aylar önce
@newo davies pretty sure that’s just his reflexes
Sergio Mendoza
Sergio Mendoza Yıl önce
I love how Happy just takes in peter as soon as the crisis with his identity being leaked hits. He does actually care for Peter, may just dumped him but he still immediately offers his apartment for Peter to have genuine shelter from the press and people out to get him. I think outside of may dying, Peter losing Happy as a confidant and ally sucks the most, I loved their relationship in this trilogy. Especially when you consider that when Tony was still alive Happy couldn’t give less of a shit what Peter was doing lol, but now he’s really come to love him and wants to help him grow as a hero.
TheAdvertisement 11 aylar önce
William Dafoe is by far the star of the middle third of this movie and a large part of the final fight. He seems like such a genuinely broken man as Norman, and him smashing the mask was extremely satisfying. And the way Green Goblin takes over is beautiful. The fact that he's only caught because of Peter's spidey sense is terrifying in its own right, but that entire sequence leading up to the reveal he was back was beautiful. "Norman's on sabbatical honey" is one of the best lines in the whole film.
Frequentuser99 Yıl önce
Honestly didn’t expect this EGA this soon, but I’m not going to complain. This was definitely a video we were all waiting for!
sunrise parrabellum
a surprise but a welcome one
Eli Eastridge
Eli Eastridge Yıl önce
This soon? It’s been almost 5 months😂
Alolan Starboy
Alolan Starboy Yıl önce
@Eli Eastridge it'd probably coming up now since it released outside of theaters on streaming services and Blu-Ray in the past month or two
Cambion Entertainment
"I can't wait for Lee's video on this" was my first thought walking out of the theater opening night
TheTopCat S.
TheTopCat S. Yıl önce
Finally someone else noticed the spidey sense lines, I haven't seen anyone else talk about those anywhere. Wavy lines around his head is traditionally how the spidey sense was depicted in the comics, except usually in solid bold colors. It's basically a direct callback to the classic Ditko artstyle. I had a feeling CinemaWins would catch that, very nice.
Richard Wever
Richard Wever Yıl önce
NR caught it, so did mr sunday
Mike Johnson
Mike Johnson Yıl önce
@Richard Wever who is NR?
OJ Yıl önce
But literally the whole marvelstudios subreddit was talking about that
Richard Wever
Richard Wever Yıl önce
@Mike Johnson New Rockstars
OgGuak420 Yıl önce
You haven’t been looking hard enough then, I saw then when I watched the movies and instantly knew what was happening p
Michal Dvorak
Michal Dvorak Yıl önce
It just occured to me, how Tom's Spiderman Great responsibility speech has quite a different implication. In all three cases he hears it as a last thing from the respective aunt/uncle before they die. But where Tobey's uncle dies after he lets a criminal go (despite being very easily able to stop him) And Andrew's uncle dies, because Andrew is too busy being sassy with the criminal a police and bailing on his uncle despite making a promise. Tom does nothing wrong. He did the right thing. He went far beyond trying to do the right thing and still, this course of action leads to May dying. Could this be the reason why he is got so close to killing the Goblin? Because, he could blame only him and not himself like Tom and Andrew? Cool detail, it has not occured to me untill now.
Zoe Sequeira
Zoe Sequeira Yıl önce
I interpret it slightly differently. With the first two it's clearly their call to action. Telling them "If you stand by and don't do anything, bad things will happen". But Holland's Spider-Man has known that since before Civil War. For him it's a reminder that great responsibility sometimes means great cost. Aunt May is making a heroic sacrifice, and this is Peter's call to do the same, which he does at the end of the film
HS_Gomikubi Yıl önce
19:18 "Norman's on sabbatical, honey" I really appreciate the idea/detail that even his Goblin self takes care to avoid using the phrase "out" when referring to his better half not being present since it was "You're out, Norman" that pushed him to taking the serum in the first place (which was then further rubbed in when he made the poor choice of using the same phrasing in his bid to tempt Spiderman into an alliance and got rejected.) It's such a subtle thing, wouldn't surprise me if Dafoe himself remembered after all this time since he enjoys this role so much.
KStephenson Yıl önce
What I enjoy about Dr. Strange’s point of view is that it actually closely mimics an omniscient, objective rationalist - which is precisely the audience’s perspective. “They’re sacrifice means more than their lives” is something that the pure humanist Peter Parker can’t stomach, but it’s exactly what the audience believes because we’ve seen each character’s villainy before. Strange also clearly cares for Peter specifically, from being willing to cast the forgetfulness spell in the first place to intentionally including himself in those who will not forget Peter’s identity. Bottom line, I love that Strange’s beliefs and reactions not only are reflective of the audience’s (creating greater contrast for quiet tension as well as euphoria for their redemptions), but also staying consistent with his character as well - one who only obeys the rules when he doesn’t have a dog in the fight.
videohistory722 Yıl önce
7:53 Missed win: that was not scripted, Benedict Cumberbatch actually did slip on the ice right there while the wires were lowering him.
Andy Gilleand
Andy Gilleand Yıl önce
It was actual ice? Lol
Clara Yıl önce
I love Norman being a "good guy" at first so much because it just adds so much tension to everything. _We_ know he's a villain, _we_ know his goodness won't last, but Peter doesn't. He's a ticking bomb and we have no idea when it'll go off. It itches at the back of your mind, it doesn't let you relax even when stuff is going right, I love it.
SFisher1993 Yıl önce
“There is no terror in the bang, only in the anticipation of it.” -Alfred Hitchcock.
Demon Fredrick
Demon Fredrick Yıl önce
I'd also say that it's more terrifying because we want him to be good (but also we want and love him as a villain). It felt so nice seeing him as nice ol' Norman that I almost fully believed it like Peter did. I am so glad I was tricked though because every Green Goblin scene in this film is wonderful❤❤❤
Shadex1017 Yıl önce
Especially with how close was to May. The moment we see Norman with May we know he could snap her neck at any second, but she kept trying to help him
Jesus is LORD
Jesus is LORD Yıl önce
Repent to Jesus Christ “The Lord is my rock, my fortress and my deliverer; my God is my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold.” ‭‭Psalms‬ ‭18:2‬ ‭NIV‬‬ Ju
Ian Greer
Ian Greer Yıl önce
14:26 The reason Osborne hides the donuts is because last time he tried to go for food in front of auntay, his hand was slapped.
Kamen Trainer Horn
I still think that slap was the reason Norman wanted to kill May. Not because Spidey, but because May was policing him for table manners. (Suddenly, I'd like to see what he would have tried to pull on Cap over language.)
Gale Christensen
Gale Christensen Yıl önce
Just like May did in the original Spiderman. When he tried to pick at the sweet potatoes she was carrying to the table. She slapped his hand and then told them to say grace.
I Make Playlists
I Make Playlists Yıl önce
I love how the marvel logo Constantly evolves with each project they do it’s truly unnecessary but totally Awesome and shows that the team behind the mcu really cares about the universe they built
Body Rot
Body Rot Yıl önce
Those smiles William Defoe delivers in between each punch Peter is throwing at his face at full strength,is haunting. But it’s more brilliant than anything.
Beth Marriott
Beth Marriott Yıl önce
Was crying for pretty much the entire movie, the entire cinema went insane when Daredevil showed up and it just didn't stop, this movie has all the wins. As soon as Dafoe started talking about May i began crying again i knew she would die within the next few minutes 😭
Nate DS
Nate DS Yıl önce
I hadn't seen Goblin in a movie since I was a kid, so I completely forgot how formidable he was until I watched this in theaters. Dafoe has never been scarier than he was here.
Leo Phoenix
Leo Phoenix Yıl önce
This movie is such a love letter to Spider-Man!!!! I loved how all the characters were treated, my biggest fear was that Tobey, Andrew and the villains were just going to be treated as fan service. But they all had their own little arcs in this movie. Andrew was able to save MJ after failing to save Gwen. And Tobey stopped Peter from taking a life, something Tobey failed to do with Uncle Ben's killer. Each villain had their own moment to shine. Sorry for how long this will be, but Spider-Man is my favorite Hero ever!!! And I can't believed how well Marvel was able to pull this off. They brought back all these characters from different Spider-Man movies and was still able to tell it's own story for Tom's Peter/Spider-Man. Willem Dafoe will never stop scaring me with his Green Goblin. Alfred Molina was just as threating and Complex as he was in Spider-Man 2. Jamie Foxx wasn't blue and had some of the best lines and jokes in the movie. I'm so excited to see where they take Tom's Peter next, I LOVE THE MCU!!!! P.S. was not expecting Charlie Coxx to be in this movie "I'm a really good Lawyer" Still gets me.
The interesting thing about NWH to me is the more I watch it the more the moments you’d expect to get the biggest reactions in theatres become less hype and in a normal scenario that would cause my perception of the film to change and think it wasn’t as good as I thought it was but it’s actually allowed me to appreciate the small moments even more making it even better
GameBoy75 Yıl önce
Agreed, the movie was so much fun!
Bdoseidon Yıl önce
I also love that in the OG Spider-Man movie, you can tell that right as Peter lets the glider hit Norman and he passes away, it just crushes him. He immediately hangs his head in shame, and you feel like in NWH he finally gets redemption for that moment, in a way.
Void Knight
Void Knight Yıl önce
Yeah the stakes for this movie were HIGH . They could've messed up bad bad . But they didn't . The movie was quite good . Not as good as Infinity War or Endgame for me , but it was great. Also , Jamie Fox not being blue being used as a plus point to the movie is literally the best thing I've read in a while lol 😂😂
CNgotham Yıl önce
I mean other then the lizard he kinda had nothing in the story.
Joe Slater
Joe Slater Yıl önce
Willem Dafoe saying “just me” gives me chills, you know just from the voice that its the goblin before you even see his face and its honestly incredible acting. That was the moment I thought he deserves an oscar for his role as the goblin. He was phenomenal throughout the whole movie
Hunter Quate
Hunter Quate Yıl önce
Fun Fact - Willem Dafoe said that he would return as the Green Goblin, if they let him do nearly all his own stunts and acts. This man deserves an Oscar
elise fox
elise fox Yıl önce
May: “With great power comes greater responsibility.” * “Another One Bites the Dust” starts playing in the sarcastic part of my head as the rest of me tries not to cry
Majora's Wrath
Majora's Wrath Yıl önce
That scene where Goblin just slowly begins to smile through Peter's punches secured in my mind that this movie was amazing.
Winlee620 Yıl önce
I didn’t even notice this but my dad found out that the Night Monkey suit in this movie was literally just Peter’s suit flipped inside out! He even realises he could do that after trying to wash the suit. Really fun detail!
Jordan Reed
Jordan Reed Yıl önce
The night monkey suit from far from home was just a modified shield tactical suit made for Spider-Man to use the inverted suit we see here is the one he made for the climax of far from home
Jinx Productions
Jinx Productions Yıl önce
Fun fact about Norman’s changing teeth. His “goblin” teeth are Willem Dafoe’s real teeth, while his “Norman” teeth are capped
Sutton Dickey
Sutton Dickey Yıl önce
Dang you beat me to it, I just commented almost the same thing, except that if I'm not mistaken it was Dafoe's idea
Charlotte Jones
Charlotte Jones Yıl önce
I fucking love fun facts
pvic Yıl önce
@Charlotte Jones Fun fact: cant spell fun without U :)
Darth KEK
Darth KEK Yıl önce
@pvic fun fact #2 : you can't spell therapist without "the rapist"
Jinx Productions
Jinx Productions Yıl önce
@Darth KEK thank you, Mr. Connery
Ethan Killion
Ethan Killion Yıl önce
It's not just for great moments or big twists, but because gives fans the most essential version of Peter Parker in movies. The movie focuses on Peter Parker's humanity and morality, and in doing so, is a testament to why he's been an iconic superhero for nearly 60 years.
Niah Yıl önce
15:55 Finally!! I never see anyone talk about this dialogue here. It’s so nice and important for our mcu Spider-Man to finally speak up for himself for once. I feel like normally he’s talking to some “higher” hero or person.
Oakleberry Yıl önce
Over the last 2 years I've really come to appreciate the joy and positivity that you put out into the world through this series. Thanks so much man you make the world a kinder place
CanuckMonkey13 Yıl önce
I know it sounds cliché and the movie hasn't been out long enough to justify this, but: this is my all-time favourite movie. It blends my most beloved fiction topics (parallel universes/altered timelines, and comic books) so beautifully, and it far exceeds any previous favourites I have had.
Oran R
Oran R Yıl önce
This whole movie is Peter being an immature idiot and taking off his mask while complaining that people know who he is... Not my favourite Marvel movie at all.
Elisha Wilson
Elisha Wilson Yıl önce
@Oran R that made no sense that's not even what it is it's the fact his identity is known by the whole world and the people he loves are suffering because of it did you actually watch the movie and know why he went to strange
Oran R
Oran R Yıl önce
@Elisha Wilson i watched it and i know why he went to strange... My issue is him being his whiny immature goofy awkward self and messing up multiverses. I wanted to like the movie...i really did. I just ended up annoyed. Def my least favourite Spider-Man movie.
Elisha Wilson
Elisha Wilson Yıl önce
@Oran R he's a kid lol you're complaining about him being a kid that's just hilarious
Elisha Wilson
Elisha Wilson Yıl önce
@Oran R not to mention that's literally Peter Parker he can be whiny sometimes and what did you expect when he's trying to make sure the ones he cares about are the only ones that don't forget about him
Spooderman Yıl önce
10:16 a small detail, Doc Ock stole Peter's chest part of the suit for his tentacles. He then used said tentacles to try to stab Peter. Peter uses his mask nanotech to reconstruct his chest panel, giving him protection from the spike, and luckily, revealing which Peter he is. Neat detail I noticed on my second watch, makes these movies so much more fun to revisit
Justin H
Justin H Yıl önce
Something I noticed: Peter’s reaction to Strange saying “their sacrifice means infinitely more than their lives” is a big character moment for him. Up until this Film Peter has held all of the older mcu heroes on a pedestal, he looked up to them in the way that a kid tends to look up to his childhood heroes and he looked to heroes like Strange and even Tony for guidance. But at that moment Peter realizes how flawed heroes like strange can really be in their thinking and you can 100% see it in his face when he decides he can’t rely on them to make the calls he thought they were best at making.
my tits
my tits Yıl önce
Yeah, I hate how the MCU has stripped Strange of all his appeal from his first movie (a literal doctor sworn to the hippocratic oath) and slowly made him a souless arbiter who sits on his hands and lets people die at every other turn because "balance." Really glad Peter stuck it to him and helped cure the villains, even when it was at his own expense to do so. Now THAT'S true hero stuff from our friendly neighborhood spider guy.
I.D. Yıl önce
Strange is definitely going to have to think outside of the box when Multiverse of Madness releases
Adrian Cardona
Adrian Cardona Yıl önce
@my tits I mean, that's kind of Strange's arc in this movie. He ends up joining with Peter in the end, realizing he was right. In part it could be a generational/area of stem divide they have. Strange is a Gen X doctor, used to dealing with incurable diseases and the reality that the world is far from perfect and many suffer, he's at times disillusioned. But Peter brings the at times maybe naive optimism of a "lets figure out how to save the world through the power of exponentially better technology and figuring out solutions previous generations could never have thought of". This is seen through the mirror dimension, a place Strange brought Peter to because he thought magic reigns supreme there and he could control the situation. But Peter found a way to look beyond that and use his math skills to figure it out. Steven is used to reading about cures and procedures in books and carrying them out flawlessly, albeit, to use them in creative ways (such as by creating the time loop for Dormammu), while Peter is the one who has to create new technology and sciency stuff by himself to solve his problems (creating his spider-fluid, designing the new suits in Far From Home, and creating the cures in this movie). Similarly, Strange is rigid about certain lines because of the hero-perspective he has, that of protecting the Earth from the mystic dangers, ensuring timelines don't get messed up, ensuring the Multiverse doesn't rip apart. His learned skill brings with it the rules that don't allow for the creative problem solving that Peter uses, such as suggesting a spell that makes everyone forget Peter. It's not that he has forgotten his hippocratic oath, but Peter wanted him to risk the Multiverse to save people who have already died and are a threat to currently living people. It goes against everything Strange has learned. In this movie, Peter learns about the risks with such an approach, like death, such as with Aunt May's death, but in the end (thanks to Tobey-Peter) he gets past it. The difficult part here is that it has been a while since Strange has had a him-movie, mostly appearing in ensemble films or those where he's not the main character, which doesn't help see his development, but going forwards to Multiverse of Madness, I suspect that learning from his mistakes in Far From Home will be an important part of the movie.
Justin H
Justin H Yıl önce
@my tits I think you’re looking too deep in the wrong places, it’s not that strange was “soulless”, it’s more about the fact that his view was warped by his grand knowledge of the wider universe and that’s ALWAYS been present in Strange’s character throughout comics and the mcu. I mean this is a character who at one point forcefully sent Bruce Banner to live on a secluded planet because he thought he was a danger to society.
Q - Tek
Q - Tek Yıl önce
@my tits Yeah. While I like the role that Strange plays in NWH, going from DOCTOR Strange to this cold a calculator felt a little incongruous. Hopefully they tackle this more in Doctor Strange 2: I think that what Strange had to do in Infinity War (i.e. sacrificing half the universe and Stark for the greater good) could be framed as the event that affects his view of the calculus.
OnurTheGamer 9 aylar önce
“Just throw all the Oscars to this man” I think everyone else agrees.
Imogen 9 aylar önce
I also love how they use the clip of Peter unmasking in endgame, which fits with the plot point of peter being unmasked
PowderKegSuga 10 aylar önce
Got the feeling that Otto is generally amicable with May because she reminds him of Rosie, which just adds to the angst and the foreshadowing
Gon Freecss
Gon Freecss Yıl önce
i literally was obsessed with this movie when it came out and actively avoided spoilers so i could see it in theaters. im the kind of person who doesn't care about spoilers and this movie gave me the most nostalgia even though i had never seen it
Adam Ruiz
Adam Ruiz Yıl önce
What I love most about the Goblin fight is that Willem DaFoe insisted on doing as many of the physical scenes himself as he could.
Mii Joji
Mii Joji Yıl önce
"We truly live in good times. For movies. Everything else is going to crap" couldn't have said it better
Kinda Irish
Kinda Irish Yıl önce
Most of the movies are crap to.
Kate Archer
Kate Archer Yıl önce
Yes, but when you hear it from the main optimist of the internet... It's like there's no hope left
Captainpep Yıl önce
I mean, life now compared to anytime in history is actually not all that bad
Kate Archer
Kate Archer Yıl önce
@Captainpep not from Ukraine, r u
Captainpep Yıl önce
@Kate Archer as bad as it is for the Ukrainians, at least they have hope, which other parts in history can’t say they had. There are a lot of problems today and I won’t deny them, but it could be worst. It HAS been worst
BamBam 5 aylar önce
Nostalgia is playing a big part with everything in this decade but for NWH it works thematically and im happy about that. This movie lives in my head rent free everyday
Boujang Bougami
Boujang Bougami 5 aylar önce
Willum Defoe is such a good actor that he can give a comforting smile one moment and a terrifying one the next.
Caitlin Owens
Caitlin Owens Yıl önce
I love how MJ and Peter’s chemistry reflect those of the actors. Aww, now I’m sad.
Tony Champ
Tony Champ Yıl önce
My interpretation of the spider sense against goblin in happy’s house, is that he knew exactly who the spider sense was warning him about, but he didn’t want to believe it, but he just let it go and trusted it
At0mS8 Yıl önce
I would've liked you to comment on the scene in which Peter decides to steal the box from Strange. For me, it's the emotional backbone of the movie in many ways, and I like that it has little to do with nostalgia. I think the music and even the camera frame that moment as pretty significant for the overall story.
Gil Salazar
Gil Salazar Yıl önce
Also a huge thing about Doctor Strange!!! The fact that Strange can control the mirror dimensions on that MASSIVE! of a level without using power from the Dark Dimensions shows how absurdly powerful he has become. There a theory going around that when Strange faced off against Dormamu he was there for years and years perfecting his spells. Hence why he held his own against Thanos
TheAdvertisement 11 aylar önce
Dr. Strange taking actual years to finally piss Dormamu off enough makes way too much sense-
Ian McCarty
Ian McCarty Yıl önce
I am just so grateful for your channel. My life has felt so negative lately, and it’s so nice to come watch something that’s so articulately developed on just the positive aspects of something. Really trying to be grateful for the little things and these videos are one of them.
Toosoo Yıl önce
I always get some chills when he says " Norman's on sabbatical, honey" like you know that the goblin is gonna come out, but you don't know when and then when he does your heart sinks and you know things are about to go down and to quote cinema wins that fight is " brutal" and how it ends is even more emotionally " brutal"
Brenden Ritter
Brenden Ritter Yıl önce
Its sad to think we probably wont see these actors reprise their roles again after such top notch performances
OmegaBlade5 Yıl önce
This was the best movie I ever saw in theaters. Thank you for reviewing it!
Malikai Sibayan
Malikai Sibayan Yıl önce
19:25 Holy shit that is possibly the coolest detail in every SM movie to date
Jesse Lee Humphry
Honestly the Spider-Sense scene in the apartment is a masterclass in suspense film-making because I was butt-clenched and cold-sweating the whole shot. It's so perfectly done, it's flawlessly timed. For the first time *ever*, you get to feel what the Spider-Sense feels like; fear. Fear by the pricking of your thumbs, the knife-edge on a standing hair. Absolutely stellar shit.
Liz Yıl önce
Absolutely! The dolly shots were such a genius move, and in theaters you really did finally get to experience the spidey sense.
Dunkleosteus Yıl önce
Still not cinema
Chuffed Lemon
Chuffed Lemon Yıl önce
@Dunkleosteus Martin Scorsese, is that you?
Eider Cruz
Eider Cruz Yıl önce
Beautifully worded
Vex jaeger
Vex jaeger Yıl önce
I loved how we kinda kept wondering WHEN goblin was gonna slip back into control of Norman. I personally feel it was at that. “Just Me.” Moment like before then Goblin was only “watching from behind normans eyes.” But the moment where his “existence” was threatened so he took control.
Arnav Khode
Arnav Khode Yıl önce
The best part for me of this movie was the return of Tobey’s and Andrew’s Spider-Man characters, because Andrew’s iteration of the character saved MJ, Tobey says the “I’m back! My back!” line while on the Statue of Liberty alongside being friendly, and the action sequences. Hence it became the biggest movie not just of 2021, but one that will never leave our hearts like previous MCU movies.
MissVNuna 10 aylar önce
The "with great power comes great responsibility" line said this time by May while she is dying literally made me scream in tears. Because the second she said the first to es I realized she's dead. Like dead dead. With no way of coming back.
Joshua Miller
Joshua Miller Yıl önce
I honestly think the 5 seconds that made this movie Dafoes best performance was him taking those haymakers from Peter, first 2 punches you see what could possibly be Norman, a bit of a frightened reaction, then the punches after that, every time Normans face looks at Peter we get that psychotic grin, then the laugh. God. The laughter. DaFoe is damn near 70, and he perfected the Goblin, truly made it feel like instead of it being some military grade performance enhancers, this was a super being with a twisted personality, and i love it.
a girl named brett
i was a freshmen in high school when the OG Spiderman came out and can remember the hype everyone had for it, the love and excitement. it was just amazing to see Tobey in the suit again, to sit back 20 years later in awe of how far we have come.... the only thing I would have loved to have seen were cameos from Ted Raimi and Bruce Campbell haha Marvel continues to give me wonderful expierences and memories. Bless our Lord and Savior Kevin Fiege 🙏
Jordan Verbeek
Jordan Verbeek Yıl önce
20:07 This was the moment that freaked me out in theatres. As Peter keeps punching him, Goblin doesn't ignore the pain. He embraces it, because now he knows he can break this Spider Man.
ronnie_dcmonnie Yıl önce
Saw another comment earlier that said that the reason Goblin is smiling isn’t because he’s batshit insane (I mean he is) but it’s because he is noticing how much Peter is pulling his punches. Goblins smile is him realizing he can exploit Peters mercy
??? Yıl önce
Reminds me a lot of the joker interrogation scene by Heath Ledger.
GremlinsRage Yıl önce
Some things I think deserve some recognition. Murdock telling Happy he needs a really good lawyer then immediately telling Peter he's a really good lawyer. The Iron Spider suit not being in the charger when they searched his room because Peter already had it on him. The cracked Goblin mask in the alley mirroring Peter throwing away his suit in S2. Strange's annoyed "Ow" when Peter takes the sling ring. Also, the suit in the forest was just his normal suit turned inside out because of the green paint.
Christopher Grant
Christopher Grant 11 aylar önce
This movie deserves Academy Awards, Oscars, and an eternal love!
Will Cosper
Will Cosper Yıl önce
I love this movie so much. It gave everything I wanted and so much more
O Portador de Histórias
16:58 in fact food is high level acting statement. Whenever things are normal in a movie, nobody is actually eating, they pick nothing from it and pretend to eat and anybody can tell the difference. But think of any scene where the characters are actually eating or drinking something, it's a great scene with awesome acting skills from the cast And being honest I mostly recall villains actually eating or at least morally ambigous characters so...
falcore91 11 aylar önce
5:30 I think Happy sleeping in the recliner wearing a cpap deserves a win. I don’t know that I can recall another live action film that features a cpap, and this feels like such a real interaction ( at least to anyone who grew up with a parent who uses a cpap ).
Shmeleos Yıl önce
Fun fact: dr Strange slipping on the snow was actually a blooper but it happened so many times they just gave up
No sir
No sir Yıl önce
Haha what no way? That’s pretty funny lol
Ian R. Nava Huber
Ian R. Nava Huber 11 aylar önce
11:55 I still wish Otto followed them laughing at his name with a comeback like "It's the damn high school bullies all over again" or something that make Peter and friends instantly regret laughing 13:43 ALSO, A great way to give a sendoff to the mask for those who ACTUALLY liked it like me. with the whole minor parallelism to the "spider-man no more" moment 15:21 NOT TO MENTION how Electro and Venom only were dragged to this universe by the loopholes. Electro by apparently getting the data "Peter Parker is Spider-Man" But without realizing how he even looked like.... and Venom because "symbiote hive mind" letting him access the memories of a symbiote of a different universe
Jade Hernandez
Jade Hernandez 10 aylar önce
I know people aren't saying it but all the actor's who played Spiderman I loved every single one of them, they all played there own Peter their own way and I just love them
ThinlyCut90 Yıl önce
Willem Dafoe is literally the BEST Norman Osbourne/Green Goblin ever put to film. No one plays it as terrifying as he does. It is literally horror movies level of terrifying when he slips in and out of both halves. I honestly feel sorry for whoever has to act as the character after him. Legitimately. Those shoes might just be too big to fill.
Heather Rockwell
Heather Rockwell Yıl önce
My favorite thing about this movie (wonderful fanservice aside) is how it presents the villains. In this era of "realistic" superhero movies, I think it can be very difficult to toe the line between cartoonish evil and realism- because, obviously, both can be fun in their own way. Obviously, you can't do this for everyone- Victor von Doom is probably not getting moral complexity anytime soon. But this movie does it perfectly: instead of changing anything, it just adds. The Green Goblin is still terrifying, insane, and a wonderfully hammy performance, but now we ALSO see the rest of Norman. We ALSO get to see Electro being a normal person. It's a lovely way of doing this, and it makes me glad they used the potential of this movie to its fullest.
Slithery Yıl önce
I don’t know if this will be covered in part 2 but I love Willem Dafoe’s use of facial expressions, you can tell exactly who’s in charge at any given moment from the facial expression alone. Like said in the video, great actor, amazing work.
hunterkiller1440 Yıl önce
Thanks for logically dissecting and analyzing this movie without over the top fanboying. Can't stand those goofy videos that only says this movie is good because it's good. Can't wait for part 2.
hdw Yıl önce
while i find the video really hard to watch just because its unfunny, the point of the channel isn't to logically dissect and analyse movies. Like how Cinemasins doesn't point out valid flaws.
Daniel Loves Art
Daniel Loves Art Yıl önce
@hdw comparing this channel to cinema sins is a pretty big insult considering this one acknowledges a lot of fair points in films, and is self aware, when cinema sins is just trying to crack jokes and piss people off. They feign ignorance so they can criticise more.
Daniel Loves Art
Daniel Loves Art Yıl önce
This movie is powered a lot by nostalgia, but I still feel it's fair to say it's a good movie because it's a good movie.
jayjayfool1996 Yıl önce
@Daniel Loves Art cinema sins is literally joke channel, they love that they piss people off, I personally love both of these channels.
Tingis Pingis
Tingis Pingis Yıl önce
@Daniel Loves Art I will never understand why people always cry so hard about CinemaSins. The entire point of that channel is to say stupid things that don't make sense. They literally tell you that they aren't trying to be critics, they're just dicking around. I don't like watching CinemaSins either but I honestly don't understand why people treat a joke channel so seriously
A J Yıl önce
I can't leave a comment there but that Nebula Origin video is absolutely spot on! As the movie ended in the cinema I was saying that this was the greatest way to finish a Spider-Man origin story and you really nailed the point home :)
Volerm 11 aylar önce
I remember doing an essay on this film for my film humanities course about diegesis, and I asked my professor about Electro's dubstep being diegetic or not because I was confused as to whether or not the characters could hear it, and he replied, and I quote: "Electro absolutely has dubstep powers."
Falxifer Yıl önce
Neat little detail I love, just like how Norman is using a green jacket over purple hoodie, and Max is wearing a green and yellow electrician safety coat, Ned is wearing a blue and yellow jacket, so even if he doesn't become the Hobgoblin (in *THIS* movie), he still has his comic book accurate colors.
Nexis siempreaqui
In Spanish Electros line is 'gotta know where to fall' and honestly I love it so much because it changes the meaning from ''ah damn look at us now'' to ''look how powerful we are now'' and makes them bond a bit more
danteelite Yıl önce
When Peter had his comic book Spidey Sense lines, I literally clapped and went “Woo! Hell yeah!” and everyone was confused. No one even noticed it but me, and the few that might have seen it didn’t know what it was… lol But that is definitely exactly what his Spidey Sense looks like in the comics, squiggles coming from his head, they just made them a “Shimmer” instead of yellow or orange or whatever.
Michael Yıl önce
Dafoe's cackling while being punched immediately convinced me that he should be the next Joker. The face, the sound, the eyes...so brutally crazy and evil
An animal lover
An animal lover Yıl önce
I was reminded of that scene from The Dark Knight seeing that moment in theaters
sarah helen
sarah helen Yıl önce
i agree but also hella disagree - i think Dafoe playing the joker almost feels like??? idek how to explain it other than fan/casting laziness? Everyone loves joker and yeah my first thought at this scene was the same as your own but honestly I lean more towards no - like, Green Goblin shouldve been just as big and adored as joker is and Dafoe deserves to have his own character become that? not just settle for an (IMO) equally great villain just because the one is more popular.
@An animal lover do i looked like a guy with a plan? Best villain and best joker no one can replaced.
heyitsmira Yıl önce
Why be the best Joker when he's already the best Green Goblin?
Jesus Yıl önce
Not gonna lie a scientist discussing possibilities with a magical being just looks really epic
Joaquin Cantoran
Joaquin Cantoran Yıl önce
One little detail that I like in this movie that I don't see a lot of people talk about is one of the Lizard's lines in this movie. When Peter goes and tells the villains his plan to cure them the Lizard says to him; "Trust me Peter. When you try to fix people, there are always consequences." It makes sense for his character to say this because out of all the villains in this movie he was the only one to be cured in his movie and live to tell it but because of that someone died. He's telling Peter this out of personal experience that just because you're trying to save someone it doesn't always guarantee the safety of everyone. Furthermore, when all the villains escape he tells Peter; "I told you there would be consequences" which then leads to aunt May dying. I definitely would have liked it if the Lizard was given more screen time in this movie but I do like these few moments where he does get to shine and provide his own cynicism and realism.
Trevor Pokela
Trevor Pokela Yıl önce
For me the best part is when Happy went from a heartbroken man to a protector in one second.
Margatatials Yıl önce
I love that Willem plays Norman and Goblin like they are 2 different characters just like he would if there were from different movies he was doing. if you pay attention you can tell when it is Goblin play acting at being Norman like when he says just me.
AndaraBledin Yıl önce
This entire channel is _always_ a Win. Keep up the great work! ♥
Alphalance Yıl önce
William Dafoe's performance of Green Goblin is so incredible that I'm sad he's stuck to the multiverse one-off. I'd love to see him get more time like Loki got. Also, someone pointed out to me a great moment in the GG/Spidey hallway fight. When Peter is punching Norman in the face, after a few hits Norman shows a big smile and at first I thought it was just cause he's crazy, BUT we know how strong Peter is and that's when Norman realized how much he's pulling his punches. Norman knows he can exploit Peter's mercy, make him suffer, punish his morality.
Filip Bitala
Filip Bitala Yıl önce
True, we need more what ifs
Eriol-Michael Yıl önce
Amazing video as always, was really looking forward to it. Also, the win count in my head might be 20 higher for the extra I gave for Matt Murdock's cameo. So well done and deserved.
Sharky646 Yıl önce
That Cave Johnson reference around 16:35 really got me LMAO as always I love these vids!
Lilteksr Yıl önce
I like how strange got humbled in his movie and we still see how much he still needs to learn and I cant wait until friday
Jack Fox
Jack Fox Yıl önce
I really don't think we give enough Credit to Willem DeFoe for his portrayal of Norman/Green Goblin. I agree. We need to give him some more Oscars.
Phillip Crawford
Phillip Crawford Yıl önce
The great thing about No way home is that is satisfies both lovers and haters of the Tom Holland spiderman If you like him, then this is probably his best movie yet. If you hate him (And have a high possibility of having called him iron boy jr), this movie is good in completing his origin story and making him Spiderman.
David Rosenberg
David Rosenberg Yıl önce
And if you just plain don't like Tom Holland, you have Andrew Garfield and Toby McGuire!
Arkham Red
Arkham Red Yıl önce
@David Rosenberg yeah that part
Fogmoz Yıl önce
Yep. I like Tom as a person/actor, but I’ve really not been a fan of his Peter. Whiny little zoomer hung up on Tony - a guy who, despite Marvel’s best attempts to make him seem fatherly - didn’t _actually_ interact with Peter all that much. The relationship always felt forced to me, and mopey “I miss Tony” Peter felt like it was supposed to resonate with Iron Man fans more than Peter’s character. No Way Home finally feels like it brings Peter up to the caliber of the other Spideys, and I’m here for it. The tragic loss of someone who really was close to him, the “great responsibility” speech, sacrificing personal happiness to protect the ones he loves… welcome home, Peter.
Hychro Yıl önce
@David Rosenberg Maguire
CNgotham Yıl önce
@Fogmoz I feel like this next trilogy will show a better tom Holland Spidey.
Sarah Yıl önce
I also like the clear indication of strange having post blip depression in his scenes making what he says to Peter land harder
Average Awesome
Average Awesome 10 aylar önce
Williem Dafoe was beyond incredible in this movie, I dare say I like him more in this than in Spiderman 1. I love the camp of the Raimi movies but in NWH his presence in any scene just radiates menace, probably because we were seeing Dafoes face more and the man has mastered emoting to induce fear/terror/discomfort/all the bad stuff. And the scenes where he was just Norman you just want to help this tortured old man in the scene with Aunt May but still has that pre-Goblin Norman sass with the famous scientist line. His performance was amazing, and this movie definitely cements the Green Goblin as Spider-Man’s greatest villain and Willem Dafoe as the greatest portrayal of the character I will likely see in my lifetime.
lillian wardle
lillian wardle 6 aylar önce
I loved this movie I was literally born the year the first Spider-Man movie came out so have literally grew up with all the Spider-Man movies so this was just so special to see in the cinema
SlamBolts Yıl önce
I just watched this. This had the greatest buildup of all MCU movies, before the MCU even started. It paid off wonderfully. I'm so happy they went in this direction for Spider-Man, can't wait for the next one! Also, BRING MATT MURDOCK BACK
Fernan Montevista
This is such an epic movie.The reference of many scenes from the spider movies of tobey and andrew is great. Three generations of Peter Parker in one movie will never be same again.
Kaito Sasaki
Kaito Sasaki Yıl önce
I think the cackle when Tom hitting Dafoe deserves another win because, hell, based on the interview, it was a unscripted and Dafoe just channels his inner Goblin
halfmettle alchemist
Fun fact: Willem Dafoe did all of his own stunts in this movie. The man is 66 years old. What a fucking legend.
Kaito Sasaki
Kaito Sasaki Yıl önce
@halfmettle alchemist Yeah! That too! Didn't he mentioned it in the interview he pushed for it as a condition for his return in the movie?
halfmettle alchemist
​@Kaito Sasaki Pretty sure he did, yeah
Doctor Hugh
Doctor Hugh Yıl önce
19:19 I always interpreted that closing of eyes as him taking a moment, knowing what is about to happen, and sadly accepting the reality that Norman is likely gone.
R-Gii Reactions
R-Gii Reactions Yıl önce
Wow, the whole thing with the webbing on the pothole and the lightpole was worth a million points. Probably even more than Tobey and Andrew.
Evann Yıl önce
One thing I’ve noticed that not many others have is when doc oc is revealed you can hear an organ playing. It’s such a cool small detail
Isattathecreator Yıl önce
Man I was so invested. I’m so used to catching your videos weeks after they’ve released so seeing there was no part 2 yet ruined my morning 😩
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