Spider-Man Far From Home - Review
Our friendly neighborhood Super Hero decides to join his best friends Ned, MJ, and the rest of the gang on a European vacation. However, Peter's plan to leave super heroics behind for a few weeks are quickly scrapped when he begrudgingly agrees to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of several elemental creature attacks.
Growing up Spider-Man was always one of my favorite superheroes. Which meant I have always been very critical of the Spider-Man films. I loved the original Spider-Man films and even though Spider-Man Two was one of the best superhero films ever made.
I found Spider-Man 3 to be a mess and The Amazing Spider-Man films were very rough as well.
When Marvel Studios made a deal with Sony to share the Spider-Man character and have creative control I was incredibly excited. Spider-Man Homecoming was a great Spider-Man movie. Going into Spider-Man Far From Home my hopes were through the roof.
With sky-high expectations, I sat down to watch Spider-Man Far From Home and unfortunately the movie had to end because I had such a great movie-going experience watching this movie.
Starting with story and characters. The story for this film was great alongside some amazingly developed, fun and emotional moments throughout the film. Following Avengers End Game this movie had an uphill battle to provide audiences with an experience and story and that kept them as entertained as Avengers End Game did. Honestly, I think I was just as if not more entertained than I was in End Game.
Spider-Man and all the supporting characters are great and the relationship between Peter and MJ is wonderful. One of the highlights for me was Mysterio I won’t go into detail on that area because this movie is filled to the brim with little twist moments.
The visuals were stunning, several scenes throughout the movie take full advantage of modern CGI and it looks amazing.
Overall this movie was a fantastic Spider-Man movie that rivals that of Spider-Man 2 and blows the rest out of the water. I recommend this movie to everyone it really is so good.
Oh and one last thing!
STAY FOR THE END CREDIT SCENES BECAUSE, OH MY GOD!