Hey guys, how’s it going? Rahul here coming in with a brand new blog. Hope everyone has had an amazing week. I think I’m starting to get used to the system a bit now. Tests are finally over so I can relax a bit. So let’s begin the review of this movie Spider-Man: Homecoming”
This super hero, action, comedy film was directed by Jon Watts and is a Marvel Studios production.
Duration: 2 hours 13 minutes (133 minutes)
- Spider-man/ Peter Parker (Tom Holland)
- Adrian Toomes / Vulture (Michael Keaton)
- Harold “Happy” Hogan (Jon Favreau)
- Tony Stark/ Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.)
The story is set 8 years after the avengers come together and complete their first mission against Loki. The people in charge to clean up the destroyed town were removed by special forces forcing them to loose a great deal for a great sum of money. On stealing a few items, these people form their own business for creating arms that are quite extravagant. Thus, forming our enemy. On noticing, our friendly neighbourhood spider-man is now out to get them. At the same time he is also determined to become an Avenger.
I must say, I came to see this film with not really high expectations. The last 2 movies of the amazing spider-man with Andrew Garfield as the lead actor was fantastic. Tom Holland on the other hand was beyond fantastic! Funny, good looking, great body, kiddish, he has it all. The movie was completely different for me compared to any other Marvel movie. I loved the comedy that this film brought. There was not really much seriousness in the spider-man which I honestly, LOVED! I really like his new suit and how he is training to become stronger. What I did notice were all the little Easter eggs from the original spider-man back in the day. The boat breaking apart and him joining it back together was just like when the original Peter Parker was trying to save the train from falling into the ocean. Also, at the end the character with the initials of M.J. was awesome! This all being said, this was a super hero film and this movie failed to show any proper action scenes and a strong enough enemy. The enemy seemed really strong first but as the movie progresses you see it’s just that spider-man is still a kid and really isn’t that strong. The fighting scene was utterly boring and did not meet my expectations for a spider-man film. Still, the movie was great, the humor was great, the cast was great, the directing was great, the action was below average. Overall great!
I would give this movie 4/5 stars.