Spider-Man: Homecoming

(2017)

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Title:
Spider-Man: Homecoming
Release Date:
5th July 2017
Runtime:
133 min
MPAA Rating:
PG-13
Genres:
Directors:
Jon Watts
Writers:
John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein
Languages:
English
Stream Quality:
1080p / 720p / 480p

Storyline

Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.

Ratings

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 93%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience 0%
IMDb Rating 8.3

Casts

Jon Favreau as Happy Hogan
Marisa Tomei as May Parker
Michael Keaton as Adrian Toomes/Vulture
Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark/Iron Man
Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Aditya Anil 6th July, 2017

Go and watch it

This is what I was looking for . After all those remakes this one hits the sweet spot .Incorporating spidey into the avengers , developing Peter and Tony !! to a very deep extent . The vulture was portrayed brilliantly although his character development is rather insignificant when compared to Spidey (hence the name Spiderman and not vulture !). Portraying our friendly neighborhood hero in a very relatable manner . Everyday lives , teenage crushes , and the awkward existential crisis faced by almost every teen . A Must watch film for everyone . Although I miss the with great power comes great responsibility speech .Setting up enough plots for numerous movies. This took me back to the feel i got when I first saw Iron Man ...and then some .

Reviewed by Morten_5 5th July, 2017

Scaled-down, truly witty and surprisingly fresh

It may seem greedy and a bit stupid doing another Spider-Man reboot so short after the last one, but Homecoming brings something fresh. Talented Tom Holland is an amazing asset to the movie. His charisma and comic timing balances this new Spider-Man flick in way that both makes you care more about what happens in the movie and, more importantly, brings a well-needed break from the somewhat mechanic action of the Avengers and Captain America movies. It's a bold move letting young and rather inexperienced feature film director Jon Watts ("Clown", "Cop Car") direct a blockbuster of these proportions. Usually, this is done in order to make it easier for the producers and the studio to control the production, but here, clearly, we're given the vision of a director and not the formulaic mess the studios sometimes forces through. Last but not least, kudos to composer maestro Michael Giacchino, who's created what is probably the strongest Marvel score this far.

Reviewed by nferatu 4th July, 2017

Great Spidey, bad writing. Forced diversity

My take on Spider-Man Homecoming. To me it seems like Sony and Marvel were in a battle. Sony execs were trying to make a terribly written movie to match Spider-Man 3 and Amaz Spidey 2, but Marvel tried to blunt their blows with making Tom Holland an awesome Spider-Man. For me, starting around the ferry scene (which just turned ridiculously stupid) the "small world" plot devices and ridiculous name dropping was stupid and insulting. The over the top forced diversity is annoying. Why was Liz black? OMG, a beautiful actress and good job...but why not just create a character for her to be?! Flash was so off point it made my skin crawl. "Michelle"...I want to kick Sony in the teeth. Holland saves the movie...but, even though this will be a blockbuster...the seeds of Sony's inept handling of the franchise are already planted. It's so easy to predict that Sony will ruin this franchise in 1 or 2 more movies, completely. I give it a B...because Tom Holland was great. Ned was good...but was he a new character or a bastardized Ned Leeds? So sick of Sony and Fox.

Reviewed by tymbus 3rd July, 2017

Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever an Avenger can

One of the aims of the new Spiderman movie is to work the character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Guest appearances by Tony Stark and his shell-headed alter ego, Iron Man, ease the process and succeed in a way a similar attempt with Doctor Strange didn't. Marvel comics used to respect the different qualities of their characters and for decades Spider-man was seen as too much of an outsider to join a team. Homecoming has Starke provide gee-whiz gadgets to Spidey's costume. Not a terribly welcome development (particularly a thoroughly annoying back seat driving AI who gives Spider-man someone to bicker with but is just wide of the character). In contrast, I thought Rami's idea that Parker produced his own webbing as part of his mutation was a great innovation. The risk is everything becomes an iteration of an Iron Man movie. But Spider-man has a large, unique cast of his own. Here we get the Shocker and The Vulture. But, although the gags are funny, Spiderman: Homecoming risks blanding in with every other Marvel movie. Ant-Man got away with this …just about and not without its first director walking out on the film. I wasn't keen on the battle armored look of the Vulture, it reminded me too much of the Rhino in Amazing Spiderman2, but the character really was a comic book creation and couldn't survive a literal translation to the big screen without appearing ridiculous. Homecoming works The Vulture into the Marvel Cinematic Universe via The first Avengers movie. Toomes (AKA The Vulture) is keen to salvage and use alien technology left on Earth by invading aliens. Although this movie ditches much of Spider-Man's comic book cast it keeps the soap opera feel by linking The Vulture to Peter's new love interest. The difficulty is seeing where Spider-Man can go from here. Rami had a specific take on The Spider-man story, recasting it in a cinematic language borrowed from horror movies. Even in the messed up Spiderman 3 this allowed the alien Venom a credible entry into the Spiderverse and delivered a great take on The SandMan as a Ray Harryhausen monster. In the comic, Spider-Man combined the schlock horror with gangster villains who echoed Dick Tracy's rogues gallery. Homecoming redresses the balance away from sci-fi monsters towards gangsterism. I don't grasp what went wrong with Andrew Garfield's version of the character but Brit Tom Holland really nails the teen hero. However, there's only so many quipping, hi-tech heroes I can be bothered seeing.

Reviewed by venkateshrides 30th June, 2017

Spider-man 2 is still the best

Yes. This may be a great coming of age movie, and a great superhero movie but not the greatest spider-man movie. I'm not being stubborn here about the classic. I've seen reviews saying it is the best Spider- man movie ever. I can't agree with that because the villain and some supporting characters are so underdeveloped. Tom Holland tries a ultimate spider-man style but in the end all we get is the Kung-fu Panda version of spider-man. It was fun in civil war because it was short but here he keeps whining about it almost every minute when he was Peter Parker. In overall, this is just another MCU popcorn movie. It's entertaining as hell, good to re-watch on Blu-ray and keep it in your MCU collection. BTW, Tony stark was awesome once again.