Parent reviews for Spider-Man: No Way Home

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Common Sense says

age 11+

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Parents say

age 10+

Based on 40 reviews

Kids say

age 10+

Based on 241 reviews

age 10+

Fun Movie

This was a fun movie to watch, especially if you have seen all of the most recent spiderman movies. For younger viewers: skip the 1st scene in the apartment as sexual references are mentioned. Also, skip the fighting scene after the villains leave Happy's apartment, the display of violence and death is much more graphic than any previous film of the trilogy. Beyond those two scenes, the rest of the film was fun and contained just typical superhero/villain fighting.

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Too much violence
7 people found this helpful.
age 8+

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Educational value
Great messages
Great role models
3 people found this helpful.
age 8+

Suitable for 8+ and up!

I think it's suitable for kids age 8 and up! The movie is AWESOME!!!
1 person found this helpful.
age 10+

Amazing movie (No Spoilers) but a mention of sex

This movie was amazing! Both me and my kids loved it! There is a little more brutal action than the other movies so be prepared for that. Spiderman learns that there are consequences to his actions and that nothing lasts forever. My only complaint would be that Spiderman's aunt mentions sex a few times at the beginning of the movie which I thought was unnecessary. Oh, and no spoilers but have your kids watch the original Spiderman movies from 2002 and 2012!

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Great messages
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Too much sex
1 person found this helpful.
age 8+

A few swear words and the word sex 2Xs

It was good! I really liked the movie as a whole. I only wish in the beginning when Spiderman and MJ come back to his room after everyone goes a bit crazy finding out Peter Parker is Spiderman, Aunt May mentioned the word sex twice. That was annoying. Since he’s standing in his underwear. Otherwise, it did have some swearing but nothing that’s super horrible. My 9yo is a huge Spiderman fan so he had a surprise special day just him and mom watching it in 3D @4pm on opening day. I could tell he got a little bored in the middle with all of the storyline. It’s 2.5 hrs with previews. It has plenty of action and people punching others in the face. I think it might have been a bit more violent then the others. In parts of the movie Spiderman is bleeding on his face and you feel bad for him. Towards the end someone dies and it’s sad; so between the fighting and that I wouldn’t take a child who isn’t ready to see / comprehend that emotionally. But if you think your kid can handle it they’ll love the movie! Oh! And the end credits has a stinger and it’s a drunk guy. After the credits the stinger is about Dr Strange

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Great messages
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Too much violence
Too much swearing
1 person found this helpful.
age 11+

Awesome Movie with Awesome Moral Messages

Spider Man: No Way home was an amazing movie. It was aware of how many people from different backgrounds were going to view this and kept politics completely out of the movie. Tobey Maguire's Peter Parker teaches Tom Holland's Peter to treat all of the characters, even the ones he is at odds with, with dignity. This keeps with the theme of every Spider Man movie, that (in the words of Rose Mary Harris' Aunt May) we do not have the right to say who lives and who dies. Like in Sam Raimi's original Spider Man films, Aunt May is used as the catalyst of moral truths of how we should treat other people. Holland's Peter related to the human experience of wanting revenge, but having to tamper that side of ourselves. It was balanced by showing the sides of the villains; while Sandman is shown to be a sympathetic in Spider Man 3, the rest of them were always just painted as evil. We were able to understand them better as human beings throughout the course of this new story. This movie's message is very inspiring: we should always do the right thing, even when its hard or we have reasons not to. It makes a powerful return to asking the moral questions of Sam Raimi's Spider Man movies. This movie was very well done. The acting, script, visual effects, and story were all fantastic.

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Great messages
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age 9+
age 10+
It was a great movie, my kids enjoyed watching it. It was an interesting and special time. I recommend everyone to watch it and have fun.

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Great messages
age 9+

AMAZING FOR THE WHOLE FAM

It was amazing. My kids absolutely loved it! Spiderman is a home favorite!

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Great messages
age 8+
This was an amazing film. My just turned 8 year old, 12 year old and 17 years olds all loved it, as did I aged 46. A fantastic film for the whole family.

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Great messages
Great role models