Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

This is the movie I was waiting for.

This is the Peter Parker/Spider-Man I always dreamed of.

Tom Holland is the best teenage version of this hero and I am so happy Spidey is in his hands. He has such a dorky innocence to him and he plays the character so effortlessly.

Far From Home was a perfect Spider-Man movie because it incorporated many different aspects from the comics. The script was very compact and the twists flowed extremely well. I loved that the simplicity of Peter wanting to tell MJ that he likes her was the main plot and that saving the world multiple times became the obstacle. It made sense from a teenage perspective and I thought there was a solid balance. What I appreciated was that the memory of Tony Stark didn’t overpower Parker’s Spider-Man like in Homecoming and that’s why I enjoyed it so much more. Tom Holland is his own hero now and this film truly proved that he’s capable of carrying that title, not of Iron Man but of Spider-Man.

The one aspect that stood out the most was Mysterio. Jake Gyllenhaal has easily become one of the best villains in the MCU and I am so happy that they used him to his full capability! Mysterio was an excellent choice to bring in the multiverse and a great way to bring one of the most visually stunning action scenes I’ve seen in a very long time!

This was so perfect and I know Stan and Steve would be so very proud of this film! The mid credit scene was probably my favourite one to ever exist, I audibly screamed and my entire theatre started cheering! DO NOT MISS THIS MOVIE OR THE CHANCE TO WATCH IT IN 3D!

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