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Spider-Man: Homecoming
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt...  View more >

Starring Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Jon Favreau...  View more >

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Jul 10, 2017
Homecoming is the best incarnation of the Spider-Man character since 2004's Spider-Man 2. Tom Holland does an excellent job in the role of Peter Parker, bringing a youthful energy and wit to the character. The movie is funny when it needs to be funny, serious when it needs to be serious, and all around a great summer blockbuster.

I know many people are concerned with the level on inclusion that Iron Man has on the story, and while he's certainly involved a little more than what the trailers show, Tony Stark is by no means interrupting Peter's story.

Michael Keaton plays an antagonist with clear motivations for his actions, and it makes you feel empathetic for this villain, which is something that the early Spider-Man movies did right as well.

Overall, Spider-Man: Homecoming is definitely one of the best of the year so far, and is a triumphant homecoming (haha) for the character into the MCU.
Jul 11, 2017
The third and the best of the reboots. Not only it's the best, it's joyful. Even spider-Man is loose and having more fun that the last two spidermen. In the movie Spider-Man's alias Peter Park is having trouble in high school and must deal with the new villain the Vulture played by Michael Keaton. Aunt May is played by Marsia Tomei, who I called the sexiest aunt may ever. Some of the friends at school are better than the two reboots. Robert Downey Jr. makes a appearance as Iron Man. Even Gwyneth Paltrow made a cameo. But that movie isn't about him, it's about Spider-Man adjusting to his powers. I saw the movie in 3D IMAX. I sat in the front row. If you haven't see anything in 3D IMAX, you need to see it for the first time and "Spider-Man:Homecoming" is the film to start. One more thing, you need to stay for the final credits for clues of where the series will go next. I can't stress it enough. You miss the final credits, you going to miss what's going
to happens next.

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