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People are sick of seeing Spiderman films when really, the third time’s the charm. Spiderman Homecoming is the best Spiderman film to date and it has great action scenes. Michael Keaton as the Vulture was another perfect casting for the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe), and I loved how this movie is tied into the rest of the universe despite the only little showing of Iron Man. I also liked that this Spiderman film didn’t waste our time by running us through the same origin story for the third time in a row, so that was nice. All in all, Spiderman: Homecoming is a fantastic film with great storytelling.
Tobey’s Spiderman was good but wasn’t true to the witty and juvenile personality that fits Peter Parker, and personally, I thought he cried way too often. Andrew Garfield’s Spiderman met a few of the same problems as Tobey’s but wasn’t nearly as good as his predecessor. Tom Holland’s Spiderman is the best because not only does he look like he’s in high school ( and clearly isn’t a 27-year-old male ), but he handles being a superhero like any other teenager would. If I were a very talented individual fighting bad guys, of course, I wouldn’t want my Aunt May to find out. And if I were fighting alongside Iron Man and Black Panther, I would freak out too. Furthermore, I can relate to Peter’s highschool experience, which is the most important thing when creating a character.
Michael Keaton, the man who can do it all. I loved him as the Vulture, who has become one of my favorite MCU villains. Unlike a handful of previous MCU villains, Vulture’s character grew, and ultimately you knew where he was coming from. Vulture didn’t do what he did for world domination or something else completely unrealistic; he did the bad things committed to providing for his family. I watched Vulture become a bad person; the movie didn’t just say “hey this is the bad guy, and you should hate him!” Type thing. And of course, his acting was intense/incredible as always.
The humor and plotline were both solid, I especially liked how Captain America would occasionally chime in to tell us we shouldn’t do drugs or be sent to detention. I also liked the addition of Ned, because not only was he funny, but I have a best friend who’s just like him. There’s also this scene where Tony is like “behind this wall, there are actual journalists waiting for you, and not bloggers” or something along the lines of that, and I honestly thought it was hilarious even though I fall under the blogger category. Lastly, I thought there were some fun twists and scenes throughout the film; I like that the Avengers are so in touch with this cinematic world that they subtly appear in many places, and that’s unlike anything we’ve ever seen.
So, that’ll just about wrap it up, guys. Spiderman Homecoming is in theaters right now! I hope I don’t need to tell you beautiful human beings that Spiderman is a great family option ( because duh). I think you will all like Tom Holland and Michael Keaton’s performances, and I also thinks it’s likely that it may become your favorite Summer flick of 2017.
Until Next Time