Spider-Man: Homecoming
2017
Returning home from his spectacular adventures with the Avengers, Peter Parker keeps his superhero identity concealed from his high school classmates. But he's soon obliged to unleash his powers on supervillain Vulture.

Scott Hardie: “It ruled.”

This, at long last, is what I thought the previous Spider-Man movies should have been: A comedy. The movie is so crammed full of jokes and an improvisational spirit that it soars where its predecessors often slogged. DC seems to be taking its heroes So Deathly Seriously, but Marvel has a great sense of humor and has made that part of their house style, and now that the clown prince of Marvel's comics is part of their film universe, they've really let loose. Good for them. This is tremendously entertaining. I laughed from start to finish (all the way through the very end of the credits), and I marveled at how well-crafted it was -- not just the special effects, but also the really complicated storyline and world-building that never once felt too complicated. I cannot wait to see more.

− August 20, 2017 • more by Scottlog in or create an account to reply

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Erik Bates: “It ruled.”

I'm glad they took the franchise this direction. This is who Spider-Man was supposed to be.

− December 4, 2017 • more by Eriklog in or create an account to reply

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