Happy Birthday Tom Holland! – Here’s a list of Top 5 movies of the actor

Tom Holland has been a rising star in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since his debut as the current Spider-Man. This role has made him the youngest actor to ever play the popular Spider-Man. In addition, he has received a BAFTA and three Saturn awards. Holland is most known as Peter Parker, but he has been in a number of other films that are equally excellent. Today, on his 27th Birthday let’s have a look on his top 5 movies.

1.Spider-Man: Homecoming


Spider-Man: Homecoming was Holland’s first solo film as the lead and the one that catapulted him to popularity. The Spider-Man version does not reveal how Peter receives his powers, but rather how he cope with having powers and being a teenager. Holland’s portrayal of the neighborhood’s nicest superhero is more lighthearted than previous audiences have witnessed. Homecoming set the tone for how Holland’s Spider-Man would be established. Critics laud his performance and hail his films as the best Marvel has ever created.

2. The Impossible

A family vacation to Thailand suddenly turns into a disaster when a tsunami destroys the hotel where they are staying, leaving everyone alone and without assistance. The Impossible is based on a true story and is Holland’s debut feature film. The film is quite intense to watch as this family struggles to reunite. It boasts outstanding performances by Holland, Naomi Watts, and Ewan McGregor, making it difficult to look away. According to Game Rant, Holland’s pleadings and cries are stunning, and she may have given one of the best children’s performances ever seen on the big screen.

3. The Devil All The Time

As an actor, he has the ability to be versatile. His character is an unlucky man who must struggle with the corruption of the little town in which he lives. The film features an incredible ensemble cast, including Robert Pattinson, who appears in the film for the second time. This is also Holland’s first “dark” job since playing everyone’s favourite neighbourhood Spider-Man.

4.Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man: No Way Home was possibly the best crossover movie event to ever hit theatres, as it was able to recast Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man. No other Spider-Man live-action film has ever featured three generations of Spider-Men, and it was the ideal way to honour Stan Lee’s creation.No Way Home is the concluding film in Holland’s initial trilogy, and it provides a redemption storyline for the previous Spider-Men characters. Holland carried the film as his character coped with some devastating losses, demonstrating that he may be the best Spider-Man ever.

5. Cherry

In Apple TV’s Cherry, the Russo brothers and Holland reunite, but this time they’re taking a vacation from the MCU, according to Cinema Blend. The film tells the story of a former army medic who comes home after serving his nation. The veteran acquired PTSD and began using medications to cope. However, his new habit is highly costly and must be supplemented in some way, so he begins stealing banks.Cherry is a departure for Holland from Spider-Man, but it allows him to flex his acting skills. Critics applauded the Russos for casting Holland as the primary character, saying he was convincing.