This morning, the ban on the publication of reviews of the tape “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, which will premiere in Russia tomorrow, was asleep.

The range of opinions is quite funny – while the picture still holds a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes, the average score on Metacritic is 71. Quite modest for such an overhyped feed, isn’t it?

As for the reviews themselves, according to many critics, the picture puts too much emphasis on the fans of the universe and does not really move the Marvel tapes forward. For example, IGN notes that “the action and emotional storytelling will make fans smile from ear to ear, despite the fact that at times the picture goes the old tropes.”

Screen Rant praised the film for the script, calling it “the most fun and intriguing of all such films,” and Rolling Stone called the film “the perfect superhero movie.”

But, for example, the Vanity Fair reviewer noted that the painting by John Watts has lost many of the features of its two predecessors.