Joe Campbell’s review published on Letterboxd:
Whenever I have to pause this movie, no matter what's happening on the screen, I want the image framed and put up on the wall. This is a work of art.
It's also jam packed with loads of heart and humor. The final interaction between Miles and Peter still gets to me. Miles' dad is up there as one of the all time great movie dads. I'm still impressed that even though this movie is packed with plot and characters, it never feels cluttered. It's all in service of Miles and his growth, which keeps it laser focused even when so much is happening.
A movie with like five+ villains and Spider-Men shouldn't work. And yet it's one of the best Spider-Man movies ever made.