Spider-Man: No Way Home Is a Very Tangled WebTo anyone who’s exclaimed in the last ten or so years something like, “Another Spider-Man movie? ?,” the new film Spider-Man: No Way Home (in theaters December 17) has a pithy reply. It triples down on the Spider-Man movie mythos, synthesizing Tom Holland’s third outing in the red and blue wetsuit with characters from two Spider-Man franchises past. In that sense, No Way Home is mostly just a triumph of studio executives agreeing on things and actors making their schedules work. It goes wrong, of course, opening some kind of portal or whatnot to other dimensions—or, in the movie’s parlance, universes—through which villains from past Spider-Man films emerge.