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Spider-Man: No Way Home Webs Up Best Film of 2021 Award

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

The votes are in for this year's Critical Blast Best Film award, and it was a fairly close race -- for everyone except the winner, which took the prize by a substantial margin.

Among the top vote getters were Ghostbusters Afterlife, whch garnered nearly 10% of all votes cast, and Dune, with 15%.

But it was Sony who claimed the top prize, taking more than double the votes of the runner up film. Spider-Man: No Way Home turned out to be a real audience pleaser, with a story that appealed to fans of all eras of the franchise. Tom Holland is joined by Toby Maguire and Andrew Garfield, each reprising their role as Peter Parker, the Amazing Spider-Man in a plot that turns the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the Marvel Cinematic Multiverse. It's all the Spider-Men vs. all the villains in a free-for-all that brought moviegoers in for repeated viewings.

Congratulations to Director Jon Watts and the entire cast of Spider-Man: No Way Home for taking the top spot in this year's awards.

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