Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Review

This is a movie I have wanted to see for sometime now but for some reason I just never got around to going to go and see it when it was in the cinema, but now I have finally watched the movie and it is time for a review.

We follow the life of Peter Parker who has just gotten back from his mission with Tony Stark and helping out the Avengers. When he gets back Tony tells hims to stay low and help out the little man around his area, however when Peter starts doing this and notices something weird happening with all these new weapons hitting the streets he feels like Tony or Mr Happy aren’t pay attention to him so he tries to take matters into his own hands which causing more trouble then what Spider Man is able to handle.

I am not caught up to date with the marvel storyline at all, the last marvel movie I watched was Doctor Strange and that was when it was in the cinema. But after watching this movie it makes me want to go back and watch every single marvel movie that is currently out as I need more story like this. I loved seeing Tony Stark take on the serious role and be a mentor to Peter. It is the scenes between them that I like the most in the movie as it shows what Peter has been missing which is a male role model and it makes you think that Tony knows this so is trying his best to be that guy to get the best out of the child.

There are three scenes in this movie that brought chills and probably will do every single time I watch it. The first one being the ferry scene, it is great to see them try and bring back one of the most iconic scenes ever with spider man (Train scene) and make it modern day. The others being when Peter is lifting a roof off himself and the conversation between Tony and Peter where Peter loses his suit. It is these scenes that take this movie from just being a good movie to being a fantastic movie as without these scenes not a lot of what happens in the movie will hit you with any sort of emotion, well not to me at least and any amazing movie needs you to feel something towards the characters.

The acting itself is brilliant especially from the main actor Tom Holland. I had a lot of worries about him being the new spider man especially with him being so young but after watching the movie I think he is now the perfect choice for the character. He brings humour to the super hero which is something the other two actors (Toby Maguire, Andrew Garfield) never did. It is the humour that Spider Man has that makes him one of my favourite heroes in the Marvel world and it is great to see it brought to the big screen for the first time. Of course Robert Downey Jr does a great job in his mentor role.

With how well everything fit together in this movie it is impossible for me not to say that it is my favourite Marvel movie to date. I haven’t watched them all yet but if people disagree with me on this then I can’t wait to see what the rest of the movies have got to bring to the table. I have been Aaron Morrsi and I’ll see you next time.

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