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Check out this Spider-Man: Far From Home Review.

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home received a rating of 8.2/10 by IMDb and scored a 92% rating by Rotten Tomatoes.

  • The world is getting adjusted after the second snap by Bruce Banner, that brought half of the universe back to life.

  • Spider-Man has to step up to be the superhero he always meant to be.

Tom Holland is back as Peter Parker aka Spider-Man to shoot webs and save the world again. The superhero world is always dangerous, especially the Marvel Cinematic Universe. A villain after villain is always looking to put the planet at risk. The same happens in Far From Home. But this time, Spider-Man has to deal with the superhero stuff in Europe.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review
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Summary

Spider-Man: Far From Home manifests the post events of Endgame which is a must watch for Infinity Saga fans. This Spider-Man sequel succeeds to plant another hilarious ride exploring more of Peter tingle.

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Story

Peter Parker is going on a school trip after the whole Endgame stuff. Apparently, the vanishing of half of the universe because of Thanos is named as “blip”. After 8 months of the events of Avenger: Endgame, Peter deserves to go on a vacation and win MJ’s(Zendaya), heart. The high school romantic comedy begins and Peter really finds it difficult to hit on MJ. His friend Ned Leeds(Jacob Batalon), in spite of keeping the Europe trip a bachelor thing, engages with a girl. Now Peter is left alone and MJ seems to not care.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review: A Crazy Europe Trip

With all this mess, the world witnesses it’s new threat, The Elementals, who are planning to destroy the world, Nick Fury(Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hills(Cobie Smulders) find this out by going to Mexico and Mysterio comes to the rescue when one of the Elemental plans to attack them there. Now that the situation is getting heated up around Peter with his efforts in making out with MJ, he has to help S.H.I.E.L.D. and Mysterio to fight the Elementals and reach to the expectations of Tony Stark(Robert Downey, Jr.).

What’s Good?

MCU’s Spider-Man is based on American animated series, Ultimate Spider-Man. Far From Home gives more details into Peter’s powers and his grief. The movie has done a good job in covering the after effects of Endgame and given a tribute to the loss caused. Iron Man and Black Widow were addressed right at the beginning of the movie which was emotional and good. If you have sympathized with Peter’s journey, the story of the movie will keep you in the edges.

Check out this Spider-Man: Far From Home Review.

Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio did an upstanding job. He was kinda perfect for the job. All the CGI used on constructing his suit and presentation his powers were up to the mark. A known fact is the Mysterio is an illusionist and his illusions in the movie were eye-opening. Mysterio brought a good amount of light to the movie, which was needed to keep the plot interesting and fun.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review: A Crazy Europe Trip

Talking about fun, Far From Home is very hilarious and I mean it. The high school fun was rib-tickling from the beginning to the end. It gets serious and emotional in bits but was funny to the most. Things got jolly minute after minute. Spider sense is a special power which Peter possess and it is renamed as Peter tingle in the movie. Every time Peter tingle is said in the movie, I laughed out loud.

Tony Stark is dead, but his presence is felt all over the movie. He leaves a lot for Peter and after finding that out, Peter uses Tony’s tech for his personal use. Remember the glasses from Avengers: Infinity War, which Tony puts on when the children of Thanos come for the time stone. Those same glasses are now Peter’s property.

Since Peter was away from home, Aunt May(Marisa Tomei) was not in a major presence but whenever was on screen, it lit up the scene. She gets a new boyfriend now. You know who that is.

What’s Bad?

There are rarely bad things to discuss in the movie. But one thing I am very bored of is that, the plot twists. Marvel has used the trailers to make up the minds of the audience about the movie’s story and when you watch the movie, you will be surprised to see everything that is shown in the trailer is not true and real. This happened with Captain Marvel and now it happened again with Spider-Man: Far From Home, which is becoming a clichΓ©. The plot twist in the movie did not work well on me. I found it not that appealing. You will know what I am talking about after watching the movie.

Overall

I can say with surety that this Sequel of Marvel’s Spider-Man, which ends the Infinity Saga once and for all, is a huge win for Marvel and Sony together. Far From Home did not disappoint at all and gave Homecoming a good enough sequel. Honestly, Spider-Man: Homecoming is far better than this, But Far From Home is a completely different movie together. It’s a push after Avengers: Endgame revealing the hard phase of the world after the blip.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Review: A Crazy Europe Trip

A worthy watch for superhero lovers and Marvel Cinematic Universe addicts. Will Spider-Man fill the shoes of Iron Man and step up to defeat the enemies or will he step back to win a girls heart and have a non-superhero summer vacation? Watch the movie to find out.

That’s all for Spider-Man: Far From Home Review, peek into our other articles for more Spidey stuff, which definitely interest you.

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