Spider-Man: No Way Home now holds the record for having the highest Rotten Tomatoes audience score of any picture with over 20,000 reviews.
There was, and continues to be, a lot of buzz surrounding this film. No Way Home has the second-largest domestic opening weekend of all time, generating more than $750 million in just one week.
This already puts the film ahead of the combined gross of both Amazing Spider-Man films.
A video from Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal) that he filmed minutes before he died was released at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home. He stated that Spider-Man was the one who killed him in the video, revealing his true identity as Peter Parker. Peter’s life is turned upside down after J. Jonah Jameson’s video is released. He seeks the help of an old friend and coworker, Doctor Strange, in order to control time and prevent the video from being released.
No Way Home has already broken the record for the greatest audience rating of any major motion picture, according to Rotten Tomatoes. There are two types of ratings on Rotten Tomatoes: critic and audience. The proportion of critics who gave the film a good review is always the critic review score. No Way Home had a 94 percent reviewer score, which is impressive but not uncommon. The audience score is based on reviews from individuals who aren’t reviewers, which is the vast majority of the population. The picture scored a stunning 99 percent audience rating, which is incredible.
Below is a tweet from Rotten Tomatoes:
When it comes to audience ratings, the live-action Spider-Man films have been uneven. The trilogy starring Tobey Maguire received 67 percent, 82 percent, and 51 percent. Andrew Garfield’s films received a 77 percent and a 64 percent rating, respectively.
Tom Holland’s films have received 87 percent, 95 percent, and now 99 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and Spider-Man 3, in particular, received a lot of flak, prompting Sony to recast the character. Sony appears to have redeemed those films with No Way Home, which is a fantastic continuation. The site Rotten Tomatoes isn’t the only one with good things to say about the web-slinger’s latest film. On the IMDb Top 250, No Way Home is placed #9.