Keith LaFountaine’s review published on Letterboxd:
I'm late to the game on this one, but let my voice be yet another proudly proclaiming that this is easily the best Spider-Man film that has been made thus far.
Wholly unique, imaginative, heartfelt, and passionate -- it manages to set a new bar for superhero films in general while embracing the zany visuals, dry humor, and eye-popping action comic book fans have been yearning for since these stories started to get translated over to film.
Gorgeous visuals, incredible sound design, impeccable storytelling, excellent voice casting (seriously, whoever had the idea to cast Nick Cage as Noir Spider-Man deserves a raise), and a ton of heart. I don't know if I can praise this film more.