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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Directed by Jon Watts
United States, 2017
Action, Adventure, Fantasy


Following the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker attempts to balance his life in high school with his career as the web-slinging superhero Spider-Man.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming Directed by Jon Watts
The film’s subject is demagogy, a teen-age superhero boy’s abuse of his powers to show off—to win celebrity, to win friends, and, above all, to impress a girl in his high school. Of course, he eventually learns better… but the movie’s makers nonetheless want to have it both ways. That hedging is the movie’s central creative strategy, and it results in a strangely oblivious film, one that undercuts its story with exactly the sort of praise-hungriness that its hero learns to overcome.
July 13, 2017
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Deep within the Marvel laboratories, it seems genetic experiments have been taking place as the DNA of the comic-book action flick is spliced with that of other films. Spider-Man: Homecoming is the labradoodle of this cross-genre breeding programme. Part superhero movie, part high-school coming-of-age story, it’s bouncy, likable and completely devoid of threat.
July 09, 2017
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The latest reboot of the Spider-Man saga is programmed to be ultra-frisky, like a robot Jack Russell Terrier. The whole movie takes its cue from Tom Holland’s super-motivated Parker. The comedy-drama is geared to make Parker ease up. But the message has a hollow ring to it because the film is every bit as psyched on its own hyperactivity and gimmickry as Parker. It’s as if “Spidey” has become a synonym for "antsy.
July 07, 2017
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What are people saying?

  • Duncan Gray's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Arguably Marvel's best. From the assembly line comes a film that, against all odds, overcomes Spider-Man fatigue by shifting the focus to Parker as a high school geek and ends up all the warmer for it. Marvel still hasn't produced a memorable villain, but Keaton gets a good scene and the rest has such fast chemistry that it goes to show that what separates a film like this from Snyder-vision is a sense of character.

  • André Vieira's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    "Spider-Man: Homecoming" manages to tell an amusing and interesting story without trying to build up a franchise. With an high school vibe from the 80's, Jon Watts never loses sight of what makes this character so unique and beloved. Vulture's design is really interesting. This is the best Spidey adaptation since the masterpiece "Spider-Man 2", directed by Sam Raimi, in 2004.

  • Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    A funny, fresh, breezy homage to both 1980s high school movies (John Hughes both implicitly and explicitly referenced) and 1980s teen adventure flicks. Tom Holland plays Spider-man as Marty McFly: wide-eyed, naive and horny with a strong moral compass. I knew it was working for me when the twist made me gasp out loud. Marvel Studios are still making it look so easy.

  • HenriqueA's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    The brit kid is good, the avengers stuff didn't bother me at all and I don't really know who Zendaya is but she stole a bunch of scenes in there. But it only worked because of Birdman. I have a history of disliking the old spiderman movies A LOT (every single one of them), but this one was just fine. Though I might add that it wasted the excellent talents of Donald Glover, Hannibal Buress, Marisa Tomei and Gilfoyle.

  • Ghostman's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    A fun enough reboot of the franchise. Tom Holland is an enjoyable Spiderman and the film all but destroys the horrible aftertaste of the atrocious abominations of the Garfield Spiderman films, which tried to mold the character into an avatar for audiences' indulgent and juvenile fantasies to be fulfilled; making the character into what was essentially an Ubermensch even Gobbels would have been proud of.

  • Ethan's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    This was a fun little film that feels like John Hughes directed a Spider-Man movie and this is a nice little change from the usual Marvel fare that shows they still have a few tricks up their sleeves.

  • Addy K.'s rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Moments in HOMECOMING belie the perfect Marvel universe. As in Peter Parker crying like a wimp, stuck under tons of rubble. He might be a superhero and all, but even heroes have their down days. Then there's that car scene with the great Michael Keaton. Actually, every scene with Michael Keaton. Barring the Washington Monument set piece, everything else is perfunctory. And MJ as a progressive, hippie stoner? Pass.

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film Spider-Man: Homecoming

    If every Marvel Studios movie was this good, the cineastes would have little reason to complain about Disney's monopolization of the megaplex. While "Homecoming" may lack the emotional tug of Sam Raimi's films, here's a set of filmmakers who clearly understand Spider-Man's core humanity, warmth, and humor, and have delivered it in spades alongside some cleanly shot and clearly-communicated action setpieces. Bravo.

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