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Movie Review- Spider-Man Homecoming

Movie Review- Spider-Man Homecoming

In the Marvel Universe, every super hero seems to have it all.

Spider-Man: Homecoming continues to prove that the webslinger is finally back on track with a $12.3M Monday - the biggest for a superhero movie this year and the second-biggest in the history of the entire Spider-Man franchise.

Sony will be relieved that they never pursued these ideas further, and instead chose to start again with Homecoming, which proved to be the right decision, as Tom Holland's incarnation of the character has been a huge hit. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.).

Peter Parker crushes on the school's hottest senior, Liz (Laura Harrier), but struggles to be cool. " Manohla Dargis of The New York Times stated, "Mr. Holland looks and sounds more like a teen than the actors who've previously suited up for this series, and he has fine support from a cast that includes Jacob Batalon as Peter's best friend".

Indeed, being the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is something that he's taken very passionately - dude almost cried when he saw all the overwhelming praise and positive reactions towards his portrayal of the web-slinger. Sure we saw Spider-Man trying to save his local bank, the Washington Monument, and the ferry, but that was about it.

By the second day, things had gotten a little boring for Tom so he made a decision to break character and let some students know he was going to be in Spider-Man. Holland was the ideal choice to get this film swinging to number one on the box office charts over the weekend.

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