‘Spider-Man 3’ Becomes 2021’s Highest Rated Movie

Through Twitter, the Rotten Tomatoes disclosed that ‘Spider-Man: No Homecoming‘ was the highest rated film by audiences last year.

With 98% of approval, the feature film directed by Jon Watts was consecrated with the Golden Tomato (Gold Tomato), award dedicated to the title that accumulates the most positive reviews in a given year.

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Despite this, the sequel stood side by side with ‘Summer of Soul’ (98%), producer’s documentary Questlove, which depicts a black music festival overshadowed by Woodstock.

Right behind comes the musical ‘In a Neighborhood of New York‘, from the principal Jon M. Chu, with 94% public approval.

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In 4th place comes ‘Pig‘, acclaimed drama with Nicolas cage, which received 84% of approval and praised the performance of the star.

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Attack of the Dogs‘, a dramatic western starring Benedict Cumberbatch closed the TOP 5 with 83%.

Remembering that, in less than a month, ‘Spider-Man: No Return Home‘ has already raised impressive $1.55 billion worldwide, becoming the 8th highest grossing film in history.

In recent days, the new feature from Marvel managed to surpass the total box office of ‘The Avengers‘ ($1.51B), ‘Fast and furious 7‘($ 1.51B) e’Frozen 2‘ ($1.45B).

In the US, the film grossed solid $668.7 million – which represents the 6th BIGGEST box office in the country’s history. In the international market, $867.5 million.

Furthermore, ‘No Return Home‘ also represents the BIGGEST box office in the history of Sony Pictures, disbanding the total collection of ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home‘ ($1.13B), which previously held the record.

Remembering that ‘spiderman 3‘ continues to be shown in national cinemas.

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Directed again by Jon Watts, the list has Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Marisa Tomei, J.K. Simmons, Jamie Foxx, Alfred Molina, Martin Starr e Jacob Batalon.

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