SPIDER MAN FAR FROM HOME – Web Slinger’s Amazing Euro Trip

Spider Man Far From Home


The summer blockbuster begins with a small tribute to The Avengers and it immediately engages you. Also, the first scene of the movie is apparently one of the new footage from Avengers Endgame re-release.

Things have changed since Tony Stark has died, half of the world’s population has come back from the “BLIP”. Age differences have occurred, Peter Parker is back to school & hormones have kicked in. Peter is all set for a Euro Trip with his friends and crush – Mary Jane aka MJ, played by a wonderful Zendaya. But it is never the case. Bigger threats are awaiting for Spider-Man. We will leave you at it and expect you enjoy the movie in 3D.

Spider Man’s 2nd Outing is a Teenage Drama

The movie packs a lot of punch but it rests its responsibilities on the teenage drama effortlessly infused with action spectacles. While Peter is expected to behave like an avenger, but being a teenager is coming in the way. Yet he is responsible and ready to do whatever it takes to save the world.

Similarly, as in the main Spider-Man, the absolute best minutes have nothing to do with hero stuff. Rather, it’s the adolescent adventure of Peter Parker and his secondary school buddies. Ned (Jacob Batalon) and Flash (Tony Revolori) get the real bit of snicker lines, however MJ with her frigid hot, sarcastic, mocking look that Peter basically can’t help it. Furthermore, who could accuse him?

E.D.I.T.H. & Peter Tingle –

Tony Stark keeps on coming to past the obscure to tutor Parker, leaving him an incredible insight tech named E.D.I.T.H… read it till the end to know what it means. Peter Tingle is the point of some comic relief in the movie. It does show its importance during the final battle in London.

The Star Cast:

The cast is reasonably different for a New York City secondary school and incorporates characters of different foundations and sizes. Similarly, as with all hero films, the topics center around power and duty, authority, fearlessness, certainty, persistence, and ascending to confront your fate.

Jake Gyllenhaal is a great choice for a character like Mysterio. And staying true to the real character and adding new elements to it is a great change. His motivations and personality are well in sync with the MCU.

Tom Holland appears to be amusing and unadulterated of heart. It resembles playing somebody experiencing a minefield attempting to adjust to being a decent child and a hero in the meantime.


There are a handful of sequences that are set at the right intervals to set up the action set-pieces. All the major ones are in fact are about the Elementals (giant destructive creatures made of Water, Fire, and Wind). All of it is set in beautiful locations of Venice (Italy), Prague (Czech Republic), and London (UK).

Even in the tense moments, there are hilarious references to the Avengers and scenes which keep the audience laughing, gasping, and cheering for something on the screen.

Director  Jon Watts takes huge swings and associates on more than he misses. For the vast majority of the movie the focus shifts in multiple directions, however, it satisfies in spades. Spider-Man Far From Home kicks off something new for all ages. And Yes, The Multiverse – we are gonna hear a lot about it.

Post Credit Scene:

There are 2 post-credit scenes in the movie & the first one is among the best we have seen to date in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Overall, it’s the teenage drama that creates some light moments and shines throughout this summer blockbuster. Peter Parker fills up the shoes which Tony Stark hoped for and paves the way for Phase 4 of Marvel Cinematic Universe.

There’s one small doubt – Why did Happy Play AC-DC when Spidey likes Led Zep? Pointer for all Metal Fans.

Even Dead, I am The Hero...


Review Overview

Spider-Man Far From Home Is a Highly Entertaining Sequel to Spider-Man Homecoming and setting the way for the next phase of Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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