Spider-Man: Far From Home – Review

Peter Parker just wants to enjoy his class trip to Europe. But when your alter ego is Spider-Man, you know that is not going to happen.

Far From Home continues the fun but thoughtful Spider-Man that was introduced to us in Captain America: Civil War and continued in Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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I really like the Tom Holland Spider-Man and that is continued in the latest instalment. Far From Home is full of laughter and excitement that will entertain people of all ages.

It takes place just after Avengers: Endgame. There was a five year blip, in which half the population have lived through and half were absent. More personally to Peter is the death of Peter’s mentor, Tony Stark.

Peter needs a vacation and his class trip to Europe is the opportunity, not just for rest but to express his love to the girl of his dreams. But the appearance of elementals and a hero named Mysterio complicates everything.

One of the things I liked about Spider-Man: Homecoming is that it made the Vulture into a complex character. The same thing was done with Mysterio, who could have easily have been a forgettable character.

This movie was a pleasure to watch. I laughed hard and enjoyed the exciting battles. It was so good.

I highly recommend Spider-Man: Far From Home.

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