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Spider-Man: Far from Home

Duration: 129 min

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IMDb: 7.5

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Peter Parker and his friends go on a summer trip to Europe. However, they will hardly be able to rest – Peter will have to agree to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of creatures that cause natural disasters and destruction throughout the continent.

Simultaneously humorous and heartfelt, entertaining, and angsty, this action-packed movie is an exploration of Peter Parker’s grief and moving on in a post-Endgame world. The film focuses on 16-year-old Peter’s continuing struggle to figure out his location as the”friendly neighborhood Spider-Man” or the next Iron Man — i.e., superhero on a worldwide scale. Holland is arguably the most comics-faithful version of Spidey, an embarrassing Queens teen who’s frequently unsure of himself. Still coming to grips with the passing of Tony Stark, the dissolution of the Avengers, and the new ordinary in which some of his former peers will be five years older while he is still in the same era, Peter craves normalcy and is much more concerned with his developing feelings for MJ than simply answering a telephone call from the intimidating Fury. Gyllenhaal is perfectly cast as Beck/Mysterio, a type but enigmatic visitor from a parallel world who seemingly instantly fills a much-needed mentor part in Peter’s life.

Some of the battle scenes can be too dizzying and video game-like for some audiences, although that may appeal to younger audiences. The fight sequences are fascinating, but what works best in this setup will be the characterizations, the adolescent movie aspects, and also the chemistry between Holland and Zendaya. There’s a bit too much of Favreau’s Happy here; really, it’s Peter and the other teens — especially Ned and MJ — who make this series lovable. Let us hope the next film moves completely on from referencing Stark and the first Avengers and enables Spider-Man to take the actual lead with people in the know about his identity.


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