Review Spider-Man Far from Home

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back ! Tom Holland faces new threats but, for once, he is changing scenery and he goes to Europe to face some fearsome opponents.

Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.

Jon Watts (« Spider‑Man: Homecoming », “Cop Car”) is back in the director chair and directs the film through some impressive CGI scenes. The vibe of the film follows the previous film. It misses the layers and the beautifully crafted stories of the two first Spider-Man’s from Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire, but it wins in naivety and fun, plus the final twist of the film is grandiose. The change of decor for a Spider-Man film is a good idea, plus the locations are beautiful and make for some amazing moments.

The greatest part of the film is the cast because Tom Holland is a great Spider-Man, his buddy Jacob Batalon as Ned his always a scene stealer and Zendaya is a wonderful and different MJ. Plus this film has the joy to have an always fearsome Samuel L. Jackson and his equal fearsome Cobie Smulders. Jon Favreau, Martin Starr and Marisa Tomei bring a lot of joy to the cast and last but not least the great Jake Gyllenhaal is always grandiose in whatever role!

Stanley Berenboom

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