Following 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, with fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges.
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I really like how they added Tony Stark (Iron-man) in the movie with Spider-man.Also the suit looks awesome.The villain Vulture played by Michael Keaton is a really good villain.The story line is Brilliant.Tom Holland was made to be Spider-man
This is the best Spiderman film to have come out since Spiderman 2 but it isn't better than the first two films in my opinion. Nevertheless it's a good movie.This is one of the funniest Spiderman movies and takes a more comedic and high school movie vibe which does fit Spiderman very well of course.The action scenes aren't anything special and I've forgotten basically all of them but the dialogue scenes are great and funny, the ending as well is priceless.Michael Keaton as the Vulture is pretty good and one of the best MCU villains. Spiderman himself is good although the suit does have the Stark Tech upgrades which do take away from the original feeling Spiderman has in a way since he made his own suit originally. This does feel just like any other MCU movie overall as it has a really generic story and no real visual style or directorial style but it's still an entertaining watch and saved Spiderman from the awful Amazing Spiderman 2. This is my third favourite Spiderman film.
Film quite entertaining and more comical compared to what Marvel has done, except for Guardians of the Galaxy. It takes more than half a film to catch pace and once it does it speeds up too much and everything happens in a very short space of time. Spiderman is presented to us as someone overly immature who fights against a villain who has no charisma, but has more background and motivations than Spiderman. Entertaining movie, and no more.
Best Spider-Man film ever! Cinematic transposition faithful to the comic strip.