I like it5By funny889Awesome
❤️5By boo bear❤️🌴Love it even tho I haven’t watched it yet but Tom Holland is so cute
Best Spiderman yet5By Dwu_benzAmazing
Incredibly Overrated2By Xavier SharpThis review will likely get lost at the bottom of all the others. The central problem with this movie is the shocking character choices. MJ is so unappealing that her relationship with Peter feels forced, and the chemistry that Ned and Peter had in the first one is gone. The kid who plays Ned does his part, but it's actually Tom Holland -- by all accounts, a great actor -- who falters. To be honest, it's more likely the screenwriters who faltered. Mysterio's motivtions are so stupid and shoehorned that it almost reuined the movie for me. The scene where he is in the bar talking to his cohorts is one of the cringiest movie scenes in the past ten years. It's really, really bad. On the positive side, the special effects are revolutionary. Some scenes were filmed entirely in CGI, and you cannot tell which. Like most Marvel movies, this one is a technical achievement to be lauded. In conclusion, I've seen some people praise this movie as a masterpiece, and I just don't get that. Other than the central character growth -- that of Peter coming into Tony's shoes -- the continuity between Peter and everthing else is just gone. Maybe that's supposed to be the point; it just doesn't feel it. For me, I can't place this in the upper echelon of Marvel films, and is much closer to the bottom than the top. Side note: As much as I loved Infinity War, the disappearance of half the population is never really addressed in this movie. In order for the relationships in this movie to have remained the same, Peter, Ned, MJ, the moron teacher, the bully, Aunt May, and Happy all would have had to have disappeared in the purge. For those counting, that's a 1/128 chance (less than 1%). Marvel wants to have its cake and eat it, too. This movie has some significant issues in that regard, like it wants to have made the central event in Infinity War happen, but without actually having to reconcile the effects of it. And I think that's lazy. It's especially lazy in this movie, which purports to make a big deal out of the purge, but then really only uses it as a plot point for Mysterio's motivations. After all, NONE OF THE MAIN GOOD CHARACTERS IN THIS MOVIE LIVED 5 YEARS WITHOUT THEIR LOVED ONES. And that's the biggest problem of all. Any emotional heft from Infinity War is now done away with, and that's a shame. Infinity War COULD HAVE been the greatest superhero movie ever. But not if Disney is set on retconning the emotional aspect of the entire thing.
Not the best3By Suferdudefrank🕷🕸🕷🕸🕷🕸🕷🌪🌪🌪🌪🕶🕶🕶🕶🧳🧳🧳🧳
Way more better5By E.EpThis film exceeded my expectations
Worst one2By aidanbaydenThis is probably the worst spider man. Too long and drawn out and just seemed forced. The problem/villain were lame. Could have been better.
Really 😒1By fcovpbohphcOne word- Predictable Spider-Man gets the bad guy then kisses the girl of he’s dreams. Come on guys we are better than that. Can you try for once something new.
Spider man far from home5By cassiusbroAwesome, tuns of fun, and cool action
The Matrix meets Spider-Man5By Nicholas becerraWhoa!! This Spider-Man movie is so rare and awesomely entertaining to watch Tom Holland is back again as the friendly Neighborhood spider-man he is epic.