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FreakyJk's avatar


I feel this film got Spider-Man just right and definitely earned its place among the best Spidey films. One highlight for me was all the side characters. Starr, Buress, Tomei, Glover, etc. gave the teen-drama some timely balancing. Can't wait to see more of this iteration.

Also What the f-, that timing on the ending!
4 years 3 months ago
Slylingual24's avatar


a.k.a. Birdman 2
4 years 2 months ago
Jace Lightner's avatar

Jace Lightner

What an amazing movie. Quite frankly this version of the Spider-Man is lovable. I think that is the best word to use. He's got everything. The jokes, the relatabilty, the look! He's what we genuinely want to be so screw the "cool" kids

I loved the pacing of the movie. Never a dull moment to affect the films momentum. It's brilliant that this version of the Spider-Man is part of the MCU and despite that, he was at the forefront of the movie and was not overshadowed by Iron Man

I can't wait for the sequel and his presence in the MCU. Seriously amazing stuff
4 years 3 months ago
fbillys's avatar


Tobey Maguire FTW!
4 years 3 months ago
parker's avatar


First time doing this but I love Spidey, read bunch of Spider-Man comics, saw all movies. I'm really grateful he is in the MCU. Movie has everything, the jokes, Spidey's look and feel and blends incredibly well into modern day Spider-Man. Movie starts as comedy, casual and fades into something more serious, with great action later on. It doesn't focus on more villains which is a great thing if you ask me. Tony Stark is not in the movie as much as you'd expect by trailers and promotional clips. Spider-Man isn't famous from the start and starts his career by being "friendly-neighbourhood" and staying close to the ground. Great movie, definitely has Spider-Man vibe to it and Tom Holland's performance was great and that's both the Peter and Spider-Man I was looking for. Michael Keaton did great job as the Vulture and I'm looking forward to see Scorpion in the sequel. 9/10
4 years 3 months ago
dippygirl78's avatar


I love that we didn't have to go through the whole thing of how he became Spider Man and what happened with his uncle... yawn yawn!!!
Tom Holland is superb in this film, he's a really good actor and his American accent is flawless.
For me the film was a little long but other than that brilliant!
4 years 2 months ago
MrDoog's avatar


An enjoyable average movie.

Perhaps a tad too long and most of the jokes fell flat, but overall not much wrong with it.
4 years 3 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


In Spider-Man Homecoming, we get a pleasant remix of the Spider-Man story that, for all the changes made to characters, is true to the themes of Peter Parker's world. The film is very definitely about CONSEQUENCES and thus RESPONSIBILITY, right down to the Vulture's motivations were are a direct consequence of the way the Avengers have changed the status quo. The old Parker luck is in rare form, and the inexperienced Peter ends up causing a LOT of trouble for himself in a script that isn't really about fighting villains (thus avoiding the "boss fight" trope that often seems to have a stranglehold on the genre), but about saving people (even the villains) and fixing one's own mess, all without having to invoke the too-often-told origin story. While I do think the film could have been little tighter (some gags are unnecessary) and that I'm starting to think Robert Downey Jr. phones it in at this point (and yet, I was relieved to see Iron Man NOT take as big a place as he appeared to in the marketing), the movie did have some great twists and turns, set pieces I'd never seen before, an ethnically-diverse Queens, clever fan service, and in Michael Keaton's Vulture, the best Marvel Cinematic villain since Loki. A lot of my friends are already putting it in their MCU Top 5 and I don't think they're wrong to do so.
4 years 3 months ago
aussieflickfan's avatar


Loved it, great ending, great villain, great acting - if only all superhero movies were this good.
4 years 3 months ago
DisneyStitch's avatar


It's very entertaining but there are some glaring flaws which prevent it from being truly spectacular. It struggles with pacing issues especially around the DC decathlon and it almost seems that nobody gets angry with Peter in this film, except the villain. Just when you think there will be a teachable moment that Peter can't effectively juggle his school life and being Spider-Man it's just laughed off. spoiler

I also thought that Vulture was a cool villain, but the CGI seemed somewhat basic especially focusing on Toomes' body in the midst of the wing suit. Could have been cleaned up a bit.

I did like how no origin story was needed and most of the jokes seemed like classic snarky Spidey, other gags were not really necessary.
3 years 5 months ago
NoamO's avatar


Started the film hating on the kid and finished it loving him and totally thinking he "deserves the suit".
He really got the old Spider-Man cartoon vibe.
solid Spider-Man movie and the best one in a while.
3 years 11 months ago
Paravail's avatar


When I heard they were making another Spider-Man movie I was like "Here we go again." How many times can they rehash the same old origin story before it becomes boring? They solved this question by making Spider-Man an ultimately small-time player in the much bigger Marvel Cinematic Universe. No "chosen one" narrative here. Peter Parker is just some teenager (and this time, he actually looks like a teenager) in a suit of power armor (provided by Tony Stark, no less) who tussles with a gang of small-time thugs. It's a very small story in scope, and that's why it works. It assumes that everyone knows the origin story and the general conceits of the Super Hero genre and it lets itself have fun. Putting Tony Stark in this film was the best decision they could have made. It completely recasts Peter Parker's character and turns what could have been the same old Hero's Journey into what essentially ammounts to high-school sports film with the climax being the big game. Clever, witty, fun and refreshing.
4 years 1 month ago
Dewsions's avatar


A lot of humour and ultimately an enjoyable film, loved Peter and Ned's friendship and the focus on Peter's inital days as Spider-Man.
4 years 2 months ago
zombierobo's avatar


I liked the movie and IMO this is not any better than the previous spider-man films. It could have been, but most of the high points of the movie where spider-man had a chance to shine were shot down by ironman's involvement except for the climax and maybe DC.

Here's me hoping for a day when Marvel gets off of its cane (ironman) to walk....DC had the same problem with batman but it seems wonder woman may finally change it.
4 years 3 months ago
chunkylefunga's avatar


It's alright but not mind blowing.
4 years 2 months ago

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