Throughout “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” Peter Parker was constantly abused. After seeing the film, I decided to write a review/story about it. There will be spoilers throughout this story, so if you haven’t seen the movie, don’t read it.
“Spider-Man: No Way Home” picks up straight after “Spider-Man: Far From Home,” with Mysterio revealing his identity. From this point forward, Peter’s fortunes plummet.
Following this incident, Peter and MJ enter his home. The news is on, and they notice many people outside their house while MJ and him try to distract his aunt and Happy so they don’t realise what occurred. They are eventually apprehended. Fortunately, a lawyer, Matt Murdock, also known as Daredevil, was able to get the allegations against Peter withdrawn. They must, however, relocate elsewhere.
A few scenes later, we find Peter and his buddies being rejected from colleges, so he foolishly goes to Doctor Stephen Strange to erase people’s memories of Peter as Spiderman, rather than simply going to the people who manage the colleges and attempting to alter their views.
This is ruined by Peter, who modifies the spell five times and creates a hole in the multiverse, allowing villains from Peter’s several multiverses to enter. One example is when he finishes up saving the guy who assists the college. Doc Ock, Doctor Otto Octavious, attacks Peter in the middle of the roadway.
Peter must now deal with Otto while also saving bystanders. He also must succeed in doing this with the lady who is the MIT assistant vice chancellor saying that I will talk to the school about you and your friends. The Green Goblin ends up attacking Peter but Doctor Strange summons Peter through a portal, with two villains already captured.
Strange is insane. He then informs Peter that, as a result of his botched magic, the spell summons everyone who knows Peter is Spiderman from all universes to their universe. Strange tasks Peter to find the other villains, capture them and bring them to the holding cell.
Once Peter captures all of the villains, they figure out one crucial detail about this. When they return the villains back to their decisions they face the fate they were given with three of them dying. The three being Doc Ock, Electro, and Norman Osborn. Peter decides to step in here stopping Strange from sending the villains to their fates which will kill them.
Instead of the three dying, Peter decides to offer the villains a second chance at life and then return them home. Things only get worse when he brings them to his residence.
With the exception of Doc Ock, all of the villains turn on Peter and attempt to murder him. Things worsen when Green Goblin murders Aunt May. However, before she dies, May tells Peter what Uncle Ben normally says in the Spiderman trilogy: “With great power comes great responsibility.”
He later departs from May’s motionless body, and special forces arrive on the scene. We watch how Ned and MJ end up summoning the other two Spidermen from their points of view (Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield).
“I’d love to keep working with Tobey and Tom,” Andrew Garfield stated on the Happy Sad Confused podcast.
The two Spidermen then altogether leave to go and find Peter. With Peter and the other Peters beginning their plan to defeat the villains, which include freeing Ock’s tentacles from controlling his brain, getting rid of Electro’s powers, a new goblin cure for Osborn, and turning the Lizard back to human, bring them back to their dimension.
In the end with the help of Otto, they end up defeating them and are able to send them back but with a cost. Everyone in the multiverse forgets who Peter Parker is.