Spider-Man: No Way Home Swings Into IMDB's Top 10 Best Movies Ever

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Spider-Man: No Way Home launched last week and is a huge hit with fans, so much so it's broken into IMDB's Top 10 Movies of all time.

IMDB has a Top 250 Movies list, which is curated based on the rating users give to films. People have highly rated the Friendly Neighbourhood Hero's third MCU outing, allowing it to sit alongside beloved classics like The Godfather and Pulp Fiction.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home Swings Into IMDB's Top 10 Best Movies Ever

At the moment, the Marvel ensemble currently holds an average rating of 8.8 and has broken into the Top 250 in ninth place.

IMDB's top 10 list showing Spider-Man No Way Home in 9th place with a rating of 8.8.
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Top 10 on IMDB's list.

This is a remarkable feat for the superhero picture, with the film surpassing all-time favorites like Seven Samurai, Back To The Future, and even every Star Wars episode.

But the MCU is no stranger to the list, as several franchise installments are in the Top 250 including both: Avengers: Infinity War (63) and Avengers: Endgame (76). While the Web-Slinger's Oscar-Winning outing in Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse, also has a place at 66.

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The film's audience reception has also been complemented by critics, with the superhero film holding a 94% and even an audience rating of 99% on Rotten Tomatoes.

MJ and Spider-Man are jumping off a bridge.
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Zendaya and Tom Holland in No Way Home

No Way Home is coming off the second-biggest domestic opening of all time, with the picture rapidly approaching a billion dollars worldwide; an impressive feat during the pandemic era.

Spider-Man: No Way Home celebrates 19 years since the beloved superhero's first motion picture, as it reunites several villains from past films. One of the cast's returning antagonists, Willem Dafoe, highlighted unusual criteria that Disney and Sony had to consider before reinvigorating the Green Goblin.