Spider-Man: No Way Home

Movie • 2021 • Adventure  Report
Does a cat die?
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tial
There’s a blink and you’ll miss it cameo of The Scorpion, but aside from that no. There is a giant Lizard though.
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Does an animal die?
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Fandomgirl022
The Lizard can be considered a animal but it does not die as it’s transported back to their own dimension.
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Fandomgirl022
Lizard can be considered an animal but he is cured and transported back to their own dimension.
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carturo222
One villain is a lizard-shaped man.
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Kenjen
Mentions of spiders. Cobweb is shown briefly (for a comedic scene) and webs are used (web shooters). The character is named Spider-Man but no spiders are shown!
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asphodeldreams
a character is stalked by paparazzi and news outlets, not sure if it counts but figured it was worth mentioned just in case
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Trying2Help
A parent/guardian is falsely accused of child endangerment. Only mentioned once in the scene
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Fandomgirl022
Many people considered Spider-Man a menace/killer die to lies spread by mysterio and the daily bugle. No one believes Spider-Man when he says he did not kill mysterio and mysterio was the villain.
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Fandomgirl022
The Cures created could be considered drugs to help the villains change.
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Vio
People get cut and stabbed, but not intentionally. There is no self harm, but it is an action movie and people do get hurt
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No, but in one fight scene different characters have flaming clothes briefly
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olsyjackson
One of main villans mechanic arm is cut off
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DesJac
(Spoilers) sort off by sandman but he survives
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carturo222
One villain is a man made of sand. His limbs crumble and reform all the time. This is not harmful for him.
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No, but Peter has blood in his eye mid movie
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tial
A character is strangled but stopped before they are killed.
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olsyjackson
In the third act fight, one of the main characters is electrocuted
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Kenjen
After a fight main character mentions that he thinks he broke a bone
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Kenjen
People fall or nearly fall but get caught/saved
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Does a kid die?
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Fandomgirl022
Unless you consider Peter sneaking the villains from Dr Stranges dungeon kidnapping then there is none seen
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pinklemonade
A parent figure
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ivygrows
Green Goblin & Doc Oc are both at times under the control of an evil being inside their heads
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user1249732
characters are described as ghosts but they arnt actually
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Kenjen
I would say yes. They are not super bad but a brick is suddenly thrown through the window in the first several minutes (when they go to May’s house to talk) and there is one other scene that’s also pretty early into the movie. But I say that they are more startling than anything.
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dany
two mentions, but it’s safe!
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tial
The police are working against Spider-Man under false information. Depicted as an obstacle in the narrative, not celebratory.
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pinklemonade
A character does electrocute people
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tial
Various needles and syringes are used as weapons and antidotes.
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Fandomgirl022
No scenes are set in a hospital environment
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tial
Norman Osborn has a split personality with the violent and psychopathic Green Goblin. He attempts to seek help at FEAST before being taken over by the Goblin personality.
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Fandomgirl022
No one in the movie is autistic and there is no abuse both physically and mentally towards or in reference to autistic people
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Kenjen
At the beginning of the movie it starts off exactly where far from home left off previously- and the characters get crowded and overwhelmed and appear a little frantic. It’s not a full blown panic attack but I think it’s more of a small one
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Vio
No, but a character says “he’ll kill us all” multiple times (spoiler: ‘he’ doesn’t kill them all)
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AteIsa
I don't know if you'd call it PTSD, but there are several instances of characters recalling the past and crying about it. But more specifically, one of the characters is frequently shown to still suffer due to the death of a loved one and is reminded of it several times. Especially near the end when one of the characters almost falls to their death.
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Nilz
In the final fight sequence inside the Statue of Liberty a character is buried by sand well above their head which could be considered claustrophobic
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tial
Electro is basically a walking flashing light.
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Fandomgirl022
During scenes when Spider-Man is swinging across places the camera shakes quite a bit
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Does a baby cry?
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No. However, ***SPOILER*** this movie brings together the past two sets of Spiderman heroes, and the sense of combining the comic book universes may feel similarly surreal.
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Fandomgirl022
No misgendering is used
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Fandomgirl022
There are no homophobic slurs
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AteIsa
I wouldn't call it ableist in this case, because the heroes are trying to save the villains' lives. Their lives are also being hindered by what happened to them. The villains can also put others in serious danger.
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Fandomgirl022
No one in the movie is LGBT and only one person, expect mysterio, is killed who is not LGBT
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Kenjen
Brief but it’s mentioned. Main character is caught without a shirt on with his girlfriend and people take it the wrong way- misscommunication. nothing big
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Early on Peter Parker asks Happy incredulously if he’s been crying
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tial
Bittersweet [SPOILERS] The villains are cured and the city is saved but Aunt May is dead and everyone’s memories of Peter has been erased, including from his girlfriend and best friend.
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tial
Doc Ock throws cars at Spider-Man and hits him a few times but he doesn’t get any serious injuries.
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tial
Multiple Car’s with people still inside are thrown at Spider-Man. He successfully rescues everyone inside though with no injuries or deaths.
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Trying2Help
Some grenades and other smaller scale explosions. At least one fatality
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tial
Police shoot at Spider-Man.
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ProfessorProcyon
There is some mild blood throughout.
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Trying2Help
A character drowns in sand during a fight scene at the end of the film, but they are saved.
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