Directed by Jon Watts, ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ follows the adventures of Peter Parker who tries his best not to follow the life of an ordinary teenager as his mentor orders him to.
I am going to start this review by saying that this Spider-Man is far better than the two last ones.
Starting with the story, I think the plot starts off a little bit too messy and confusing however, it continues and ends very well: the plot is well constructed, there is cause and effect and there is no plot holes whatsoever [everything we saw, was explained]. Moreover, the element of ‘school’ is highly emphasized, which is something I really liked.
The characters of the story were well developed, very human-like, very genuine and we understood their motives . As a matter of fact, Michael Keaton did an amazing job as the main villain [Very ironic that he was playing ‘Birdman’, If you see what I mean] as well as Tom Holland as Peter Parker. I liked how Tom Holland presented his character: as a very active, shy yet ambitious teenager, he made his character very memorable.
In general, this film is very fun, fast-moving and entertaining. In fact, I didn’t feel like the movie was 2 hours or so and I really wanted it to be longer, that’s how much I enjoyed it.
By the way, towards the end of the movie, there is an amazing and unexpected plot twist.
I really advice you to watch this film, it’s really worth your time and money.
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