Spider-Man: No Way Home it’s officially here and it was an absolute whirlwind. There were big reveals, nostalgic kicks, hints of future plots, and scenes of utter heartbreak.

So if at the end of the movie you felt like you needed to see it all again to take it in (because it’s the same thing), here’s a reminder of the most important moments from the last installment when Tom holland come back as Peter Parker.

This is your last spoiler warning if you haven’t seen it!

Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield: Well, that was a moment that will go down in movie history. It was predicted by many fans, and some even correctly guessed that certain shots in the trailer had been edited, but there is little that could have prepared Spider-Man fans for the reality of seeing three Spider-Men on screen.

Not only did they make epic appearances, the characters of Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire mentored Tom Holland and had moments of emotional redemption that fans have needed for up to two decades. Basically, it was everything we could have hoped for, and we will never, ever get over that fight scene.

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Also, we had a little reference to Miles Morales. Shameik Moore Ned is magic! What initially seemed like a throwaway joke on Ned (Jacob Batalon) believing he has magic in the family turned out to be a deeply important plot point.

Ned clearly has powers similar to those of Doctor Strange and the adolescent can take advantage of the magic. He becomes familiar with her very quickly, being able to open portals to other universes and bring Andrew and Tobey into his world.

We hope that he will be explored more in future movies because we love this for him! Oh hi Charlie Cox. Kevin Feige He hinted that it would happen at some point, but seeing Charlie Cox’s Matt Murdock was a treat. He didn’t stick around for long, but he got us all on board in a matter of seconds, before casually saving Peter’s life and declaring that his super-powered reflexes were just due to him being a ‘very good lawyer’.

The villains of yesteryear are back in business. When the multiverse came into play in No Way Home, we saw the incredible returns of Willem dafoe like Green Goblin, Alfred Molina like Doc Ock, Jamie foxx as Electro, Thomas Haden Church like Sandman and Rhys Ifans as The Lizard.

Willem’s return as the Green Goblin was a particular highlight, but each and every one of them still has it. Peter wins a fight against Doctor Strange This was unexpected! Maybe a reminder for people not to underestimate our friendly Spider-man, Peter discovers the mirror’s dimension impressively quickly, trapping the sorcerer.

We later find out that Strange has been hanging over the Grand Canyon for 12 hours while Peter tried “cureTo the Spider-Man villains of yesteryear.

The Death of Aunt May. We are still not well. Aunt May (Marisa tomei) has been one of the only constants in Peter’s life, and this scene is sure to break the hearts of all fans. Okay, it provided a brilliant performance from Tom, but we still haven’t forgiven anyone involved in this decision. Justice for May!

Tobey Maguire He almost dies. It is possible that we would have walked straight out of the cinema if we had witnessed the death of Tobey’s Peter. Fortunately, our favorite lord, savior, and pizza delivery man can handle a stab or two from the Green Goblin, with Andrew’s Peter lending a hand back to his universe.

Everyone has forgotten Peter. In one of the most heartbreaking endings of a Marvel movie we’ve seen in … well, since Infinity war, Peter is forced to make everyone forget about him to save the universe.

That includes Doctor Strange, Ned Y MJ, and the end of the film shows him deciding not to perform again as they get acquainted with life at the university. It is yet to be seen how this is going to turn out, but MJ promises Peter that he will figure it out just like he did last time.

Venom is on the way. After the ending credits scene of ‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage‘, which saw Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) transported to the MCU, is seen in a bar in the post-credits scene.

He has been seen talking to Venom, his second alien symbiote personality about Thanos and the events of Avengers: Endgame, or ‘the alien who loves stones‘. Towards the end of the scene, he is seen deciding that he should visit Spider-Man, before we see a small drop of the Venom symbiote left in the bar.