Don’t you just love Marvel movie weekends? They’re the best. After Captain America: Civil War and Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Marvel Cinematic Universe has yet another brilliant movie addition, officially making Spider-man a part of the superhero squad. If you’re planning to watch the movie this weekend, here’s the Spider-man Homecoming review.
The character was introduced in MCU in Captain America: Civil War, with Peter Parker as a 15 year old boy, still in High School who idolizes Tony Stark. To stop Captain America, Tony made a new addition to his side, and we all loved the immature, trying to be an adult but still really a kid Spider-man, as he was funny, cute and absolutely savage. Homecoming takes a step further to give us an insight about who exactly is this 15 year old boy from Queens and what it is that he wants.
Homecoming follows the story of Peter Parker after the “Stark Internship”, how he is back to school and is supposed to keep it cool even though it’s very hard. He just fought Captain America for god’s sake. Who would want to go to school after that? He has the suit stark designed for him, and he obviously cannot let it lie there. So we see Spider-man become a local neighbourly superhero helping ladies with finding ways and dealing with local goons.
He wants to up his radar and what follows is Spider-man dealing with some really bad guys and Tony trying his best to keep him safe and sound. Obviously, he has to maintain a low profile student life too, which can be quite tough when his best friend knows the truth about him. Peter and Ned have so hilarious best friend chemistry that will make you laugh hard.
Michael Keaton plays Vulture, the really bad guy Peter has to stop. We see Robert Downey Jr. reprise his role as Iron Man, trying his level best to control Peter but who can really control teenagers these days. Jon Favreau returns as Happy, looking out for Peter as he’s not yet capable of doing things on his own.
There’s humour, there’s action and there’s a lot of premise laid down for the other Marvel movies that will follow. With Thor Ragnarok lined up along with the other two Avenger movies, MCU is about to give us the best cinema experience. It’s all going to add up in the end, and honestly, nobody can wait for it. You should definitely watch the movie and gear up for other MCU installments.