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Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
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Jon Watts
Gwyneth Paltrow as Pepper Potts
Zendaya as Michelle
Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Hannibal Buress as Coach Wilson
Tyne Daly as Anne Marie Hoag
Donald Glover as Aaron Davis
Bokeem Woodbine as Herman Schultz / Shocker #2
Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes / Vulture
Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan
Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark / Iron Man
Marisa Tomei as May Parker
Storyline: Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
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Different but FANTASTIC
I like how they got a peter Parker that is the right age not a 27 year old man.

the suit was a typical tony stark iron man suit but it was spider man it got a little to get used to but it was a nice change.

i like Michael Keaton as the vulture was fantastic and i like how he got a backstory and not peter Parker. i also liked how the peter was awkward around the vulture at one point which was one of my favourite parts.

i was afraid that this was going to be a iron man 4 but it was just the right amount of iron man and tony stark.

overall i loved this movie and all the action was fantastic and one of my favourite villains alongside the joker in the dark knight and doc ock.

spider man 2 is still better but homecoming is now number 2 on my list.
I don't normally comment. But this film has amazed me.
I am a 35 year old guy from Scotland with a degree in digital film making. But I do not fancy myself as a critic. I know how hard it is to start with a white page and create a moving experience. The right ingredients can still create an awful mess.

That is why they call it cinema magic. Many times Hollywood has ensembled the perfect cast, story, director etc. but has totally missed the mark. Batman V Superman could be put on that list. The ingredients were fine, but the magic wasn't there. I really wanted to love that film. I have dreamed about it as long as I can remember. But in that context it was a total failure. Scene after scene I felt let down, betrayed. How could these people just not get it? The lack of understanding in the source material was shocking.

That brings me to Spider-Man Homecoming. My expectations were reserved for this film. I have been let down so often recently. Even from Marvel and Marvel Studios. The Civil War was a bit of a damp squib. Avengers 2 was basically Avenengers in eastern Europe (With robots). The rest of the line-up recently is kind of dull. Don't get me wrong. They are not bad films, they are good films, but they are not great.

Spider-Man Homecoming is; in my opinion, great. From the beginning to the end I was delighted, amused or moved.

Big-budget action scenes are standard fare nowadays, but to give those scenes real purpose and finesse is unique. The limitations of physics; or the local geography, really ground the film in a reality DC films have struggled with. Spider-Man is put in environments where Holland's youthful spirit is forced to mature in front of our eyes.

The characters are fully formed human beings, with passions and flaws which make the whole story more believable. Michael Keaton and Tom Holland are wonderful at giving the protagonist and antagonist purpose. We understand why each is following the path they are on, without the need of explanation.

The story is kept provincial; compared to the usual super-hero smash-a-thon. With Peter (Tom Holland) dealing with neighborhood problems. But we still get the implication that the effects could spread to the wider world, giving a real sense of peril.

Spider-Man Homecoming is a fitting title for this film. That is what it feels like. With all the warmth and memories of an almost forgotten childhood. It feels like coming home
A Modern and Funny Adaptation of our Favorite Web-Head Hero!!!
Several months after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker, with the help of his mentor Tony Stark, tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York City while fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges. Spider-Man: Homecoming is what a 2nd reboot should look and feel like and personally as much as i liked those 'Amazing Spider-Man' Movies i would definitely pick this one over those 2 films. Tom Holland's portrayal is a little bit more closer to the comics from tone, to humor to everything plus every time he goes to School and he does things like talking to Ned about building the Lego Death Star or about Spider-Man and basically nerd stuff or school stuff you as a viewer you can relate to this kid and i found myself relate to Peter Parker he is a nerd, he is awkward and makes other people around him either mad or just makes them laugh. Now the important stuff about Homecoming is if the villain is actually you know? good? Well i'll tell you this The Vulture is not just a great villain but the best one so far just those 5 first minutes of the film make total sense of why this guy chose the crime life and why it's important for him to succeed his mission plus Michael Keaton once again he knocked it out of the park he was an amazing Batman, an amazing Birdman and now an amazing Vulture i mean the guy delivers a great performance in everything that he does plus he is the only actually scary looking villain of the Entire MCU, Shocker is also in the film but he doesn't get to do much i guess we will see more of him in the Near Future so just relax it's still way early to judge him, Flash Thompson was also quite good and Tony Revolori really surprised me a lot cause i was very much against that casting at first but i was very blown away by the guy i mean it's a different Spider-Man so we need a different Flash too right? Another actor that surprised me as well was Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and sure she is very young to play the part but do you honestly really care at this point? You just want to see every single character get justice and you do get that. Jacob Batalon and Zendaya also surprised me a lot and they were both super funny especially Jacob some of his lines are super funny. Laura Harrier who plays Liz also portrays the character in a different way and personally i did liked her a lot as Peter's Girlfriend. Iron Man and Happy also make a return and their just as good as they where back in 2008 when we first met them because let's face it there's no way that RDJ can disappoint as Iron Man and then we have our breaking star Tom Holland a.k.a Peter Parker/Spider-Man this kid was just terrific and full of so much freaking energy and he does portray Spidey in a great way it's also way more modern and different than the previous 2 versions and that doesn't mean it's a bad thing he delivers the humor, the action and the drama in a great way and that has to do with the excellent team behind this MCU Film. In the end i was very much blown away by Spider-Man: Homecoming it was everything i wanted it to be and even more plus there's some great twists and turns along the way that i think die hard fans of the Franchise will love. Many critics did say that this is the 'Best Spider-Man Yet' and although i do agree in some parts i still think that Maguire's and Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy was a bit better than this film but for a 2nd reboot and a Marvel film this is definitely on my Top 3 easily and i really can't wait for Spider-Man 2.

GO SPIDER-MAN!!!!!!!!!
The Spidey movie we all deserve
The relationship between Sony and Marvel fans is a love-hate relationship. The Raimi trilogy is a love letter to all Marvel fans, but the Webb duo-logy is like a slap- in- your-face breakup scene mostly found in your typical romantic TV series.

Now with Spidey's coming home to MCU, and Sony now collaborating with Marvel Studios, seems like this movie is a apology letter to all Marvel fans. But after dozens of trailers that was said to "give away nearly everything" (thank goodness I avoided it), and many TV spots, does this movie deliver what it should be?

The answer: YES they delivered.

Spider-Man Homecoming is easily one of the best MCU movies to date, and the best Spiderman movie in a very long time. At last, finally, our friendly neighborhood superhero has received a good movie of his own, and he deserves it.

Tom Holland was born to be Spider- Man. He was very very good in this movie. Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man is also very good in this movie, he's like the Uncle Ben of the MCU. Also, he's not in every scene, probably had the least screen time of all the main stars in this movie (Nope, this is not Iron Man 4 ft. Spider-Man, it's the opposite). Marisa Tomei as Aunt May is also really good in this movie, and she's not acting sexy and anything, she's just a normal, everyday woman. The guy who play Ned is a great comic relief, and Liz who is Peter's crush is also really good in this movie. Michael Keaton as the Vulture is one of the best MCU villains so far (on par with The Winter Soldier). He has more depth than I thought. At battle he's merciless, ambitious guy, but when he's not the Vulture, he's a hardworking, normal, everyday guy, and that gives us more sympathy to him. The biggest surprise in this movie is Jon Favreau as Tony's bodyguard. His role is much more expanded in this movie and he did a great job. Pepper Potts is back, and despite brief it's such a great moment in this movie, and it's good to have her back, even for just a minute or so screen time. Chris Evans as Captain America is one of my favorites in this movie, and probably one of his best on screen appearance in a MCU movie so far.

The story of the movie is much more light-hearted than most MCU movies right now, plus the exploration about Spidey's journey when he's in high-school (not just glimpses when he's in high-school, a mistake in The Webb duo-logy) makes it more interesting, in fact almost all the scenes in this movie is school related, and that's great. The action scenes is not as explosive as most MCU finale acts, but that's okay considering the light-hearted tone. The twist in the end is amazingly executed. The editing is also amazing, it's funny when it tries to be funny, and tense when it tries to be tense. In fact there's a scene between Holland and Keaton where I had chills on my spine because how intense it is.

However, there's some things in this movie that bugged me. One, there's a lot of penis jokes and adult jokes in this movie. Is it too much? For this kind of movie it seems pretty inappropriate.

Two, The side characters are "useless", Ned in particular. He's mostly the thing that hinders Spider-Man for his goal in this movie, to capture this particular guy (Keaton). Most of the time he screw up Peter's attempt to hide his identity, and that became repetitive and that just won't work. Even times when he's shown to be useful, he's only useful for about 5 minutes. The screenwriters should add more to his character. It's not Spider-Man and his "useless" friends, Spidey is human, he still needs help from his friends. There's also this Michelle character who's just a stalker like character that's kinda creepy actually, and the bully guy who makes penis jokes makes me want to yell: enough already!

Three, there's no real tension in this movie. There's no life-or- death threat that many lives at stake thing. All this movie has is Spidey trying to capture Keaton's character, and that's it. There's no real danger for everyone in the city, and that disappoints me.

Four, I don't know if it's just me, but this movie has the worst credits sequences of all the MCU. In "The Winter Soldier", the credits sequence is visually pleasing along with an amazing soundtrack by Henry Jackman. How about in "Thor: The Dark World" where the credits sequence is a handmade painting-like sequences, with a amazing score by Brian Tyler. Or take a look at MCU's latest example: "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2". That movie has a visually impressive opening scenes, along with fourth wall breaking, and a song that's actually really good. In this movie, despite it's visually pleasing, it is accompanied by a very bad, horrible music. It's just really bad to me. The movie seemed rushed so that they had no time to make the credits sequence more "tidy" IMO.

The last but not the least, is that's there's. so. much. product placements. Sony and Marvel probably working together with a condition that there will be no more Sony product placements, but Sony still wants to do it. So, who you gonna call? Audi! That's right! When Sony can no longer do it, let Audi do the work for you!! Yaaaayyy!!! (?)

But overall, this is the Spider-Man movie we all wanted to see, and Jon Watts and his crew delivered what's promised. It's not perfect, but it's definitely Sony's best attempt so far. Hands down, the best Spidey movie yet.

Now let's just hope Sony don't screw up Venom...
I think this is one of the better spider-man movies because of his age, I think it works better than the other two older man. It's lighthearted and wonderful but gives you enough drama and fighting to keep you on the edge of your seat. Got a lot of laughs, and surprises out of this movie. CANNOT wait to see what they bring to the next movie.
Refreshing Spider-Man
Considering this is the sixth Spider-Man film since the start of the noughties. It is really positive the fact Marvel was able to successfully bring in so many fresh ideas. It is also worth noting how many good jokes they were able to get into the film that had not been covered in the previous five. Obviously, one thing that was an advantage to this film is it went into an already established cinematic universe when the others didn't have that advantage. Tom Holland portrayal was witty and linked all the other characters really well. It was also nice to see Gwenyth Paltrow make a cameo as Pepper Potts. Nice to see the appearances of two new villains on the big screen but at this point, I would be curious to see the green goblin return. So overall I would definitely recommend this movie.
Great re-boot, however traditionalist spider-fans may be upset with all the changes!
As a long time spidey fan and huge admirer of the MCU films I went into this with massive expectations.

I wasn't disappointed.

Like many others I did find myself questioning the need to change the race of some of the supporting characters purely to show diversity in Hollywood, but after lengthy internal arguments I have concluded that the film actually benefits from breaking the mould and setting the scene in an all new friendly neighborhood.

Tom Holland is an incredible Peter Parker/spider-man, he nails every scene be it down to his comedic timing, gymnastic athleticism or touching moments opposite Aunt May or best friend Ned Leeds, who is arguably the greatest sidekick ever!

Tony Stark's father figure, Happy Hogan's 'big brother', Flash Thompson's jealous rival, 'love interest' Liz & Michelle's 'quirky friend' all add to the mix and provide chemistry to help develop Peters character to a level never experienced in a spider-movie before and it is a refreshing change from the uncle Ben/Norman Osborn stuff we have seen before.

The rest supporting cast is also great, with a shout out for Micheal Keatons -Vulture/Adrian Toomes who brings the exact mix of desperation and fear to the role and adds another terrific villain to Marvels cinematic rouges gallery.

As the story unfolds and we learn of Liz's parentage, the tone of the film shifts from 'high school coming of age comedy' to 'full on action heroics'...the scene where Spidey is trapped under the warehouse roof and he has to find within himself the will to keep pushing is something I have wanted to see since a similar story from the comics in the 60's, its a real 'spidey-moment' where he realises that even without Stark's new suit and gadgets - he is Spider-Man! From then on the final battle against the Vulture on/above/around an invisible Stark jet is simply sensational.

To compare this film to the Andrew Garfield or Tobey Maguire movies is unfair, and to compare to the original stories from the comics is impossible, people should remember that when Stan Lee created these characters the world was a completely different place than it is today!

This version stands its ground and isn't afraid to mix things up in order to remain fresh but keeps enough of the classic stuff to feel familiar.

Personally I loved this film and cant wait for the 'inevitable' sequels.
When Marvel get full rights for Spider Man magic happen
As long as i can remember Spider Man is my all time favorite superhero not because i can relate so much to Peter Parker as a guy but he also the first superhero introduce me to Marvel comic.Grew up watching and idolize Tobey Maguire as Spider Man from Sam Raimi version i never care about Amazing Spider Man when it first came out although i have nothing again Adrew Garfield i just simply don't find him fit as Peter Parker.That being said go to this movie i try not to go full fan boy and jugging this movie fairly so when the movie end OMG what a relief cause Spider Man Homecoming is the best Spider Man movie i ever see in a long time.Tom Holland as Peter Parker is the best casting choice ever he nail every aspect of the character a shy adorable dork dealing with teenager problem while maintain his secret identity:A web shooting superhero.Cause this movie take place when Peter still a high school boy so you will see a Spider Man full of problem.He not always good as his job,he clumsy, make a lot of mistake and still trying to figure out how to use the Spider suit.The movie have a lot of fun action scene and a couple scene i like to call it 'Spidey moment' that really remind me of Sam Raimi movie. Michael Keaton as Vulture the main villain also very refreshing when he not a ultra powerful guy who lust for power that want to control the world like many previous Marvel villain but this time a man try his best to support his family.The movie end with a lot of question but if the Spider Man future franchise keep going like this i will be pleased
A review of "Spider-Man: Homecoming" (2017)
"Spider-Man: Homecoming" (2017) isn't a bad movie. To the contrary, it's a very good one — I would even rate it a 9 out of 10, if a little reluctantly.

The action, humor, surprises and special effects are all top-notch; it's got a slew of fun Easter eggs and great continuity within the Marvel Cinematic Universe; and Michael Keaton hits it out of the park as the story's villain. (As Ed Harris did recently with HBO's "Westworld," the sublimely likable Keaton really surprised me with how he could become so intimidating.) Furthermore, the screenwriters wisely omit another redundant re-telling of the web- slinger's origin. (Even a die-hard fan like me is sick of seeing or reading about it.)

I think your enjoyment of this movie might vary according to what you want Spider-Man to be. This isn't a movie in which Peter Parker or his alter ego stand out as his own man (despite its plot resolution's heavy-handed efforts to tell us that). I submit that it's fairly undistinguished as a standalone superhero film — it feels like an ancillary, companion film to the "Avengers" movies, including last year's de facto installment, "Captain America: Civil War." Indeed, fan-favorite Tony Stark is "Spider-Man: Homecoming's" most significant supporting character — far more than any of the many friends, family, love interests or villains that have long inhabited the iconic hero's mythos. Peter's primary motivation throughout the movie is his desire to become an Avenger, like a normal kid would aspire to the varsity football team. Many of his powers stem from a ultra-high-tech costume designed and given to him by Iron Man; it even has an advanced A.I. that is a femme fatale equivalent of J.A.R.V.I.S. (Fun fact: that alluring voice belongs to none other than the alluring Jennifer Connelly. The actress is the wife of Paul Bettany, who is the voice of J.A.R.V.I.S. and then the actor portraying The Vision. And Connelly herself played the love interest of 1991's mostly forgotten "The Rocketeer," a World War II-era hero with the a similar character concept to Iron Man.)

I was a big fan of Spider-Man in the 1990's, and, believe me, the ol' web-head did just fine with his own powers, intelligence and character — and without any sort of "internship" with Iron Man, either metaphorically or otherwise. He was also a far more popular character with readers. I was buying comics regularly between 1991 and 1996 — while Spider-Man books and merchandise were everywhere, I don't think I ever remember seeing an "Iron Man" comic on the racks at my local comic shop. I kept thinking inwardly of Spider-Man during this movie as "Iron Man Jr.," and, for me, that wasn't a good thing.

I also found myself musing during the film that this felt like "Spider-Man Lite." While "Spider-Man: Homecoming" was fun, it doesn't have the depth, character development or gravitas of the Sam Raimi trilogy. (Yes, I even liked the third one, despite its bizarre flaws.) I know that critics are praising the movie's lighter tone, and I realize the need to avoid a simple rehash of the Raimi films. (Nobody would want that; we can rightfully expect more from the excellent MCU.) I actually prefer the Raimi films, though. While Tom Holland might be the better Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire was a strange casting choice), the Raimi movies were more … heartfelt. They were an earnest exploration of the Spider-Man of the comics, and they felt … truer. "Homecoming," in contrast, is yet another cool installment in the "Avengers" series. "Spider Man 2" came out 13 years ago, and I can still remember how that movie made me feel — not to mention how its sheer quality vindicated "comic book movies" like no other film before it. This new movie will not be memorable that way.

Anyway, although my criticisms above are obviously lengthy, please know that this is only because I love the source material so much — and we comic book fans have a tendency to analyze. I certainly enjoyed the movie, and I'd cheerfully recommend it. (Note my rating.) The MCU continues to entertain with quality movies; its consistency, even with its expanding group of ongoing Netflix series, is kind of astonishing.

Go see this. You'll have fun.
Good Job Spidey!
This movie was totally off the hook. The storyline was amazing. It was completely hilarious and full of action at the same time. The graphics and choreography were both awesome. I enjoyed every moment of it. Love the new Spider-man suit. Robert Downey Jr/Iron Man was spectacular of course. Love his mentorship towards Spidey. Michael Keaton made a fantastic villain. I would recommend lots of people to view and savour this classical blockbuster masterpiece. This movie deserves 5/5 stars. Kudos!!!
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