Spider-Man: Far from Home


Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 90% · 460 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95% · 50K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.4/10 10 548781 548.8K

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Plot summary

Peter Parker and his friends go on a summer trip to Europe. However, they will hardly be able to rest - Peter will have to agree to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of creatures that cause natural disasters and destruction throughout the continent.

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March 17, 2020 at 07:51 PM


Top cast

Jake Gyllenhaal as Quentin Beck / Mysterio
Tom Holland as Peter Parker / Spider-Man
Marisa Tomei as May Parker
Zendaya as MJ
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bankofmarquis 8 / 10

A nice "palate cleanser" after Endgame

After the richness - both in emotion and spectacle - of the previous entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (that would be the epic that is AVENGERS: ENDGAME), SPIDERMAN: FAR FROM HOME is a palate cleanser.

And that is a smart move by the honchos at Marvel. It brings us back into this Universe acknowledging - and playing homage to - the previous film - but also points us to the future as we fondly remember, but don't dwell on, the past. This Spidey-film takes the titular web-slinger on a roadtrip to Europe where he teams up with Mysterio to fight the Elementals as Peter Parker grapples with the legacy of Tony Stark and a blossoming relationship with MJ.

And...it's a darn fine film. Director Jon Watts and writers Chis McKenna and Erik Sommers craft a light, fun action flick that leans heavily on the personality and charm of Peter Parker/Spiderman and this succeeds tremendously thanks to the continued strong performance of Tom Holland. He has grown into this role and has now fully embraced it a makes it his own. This is the 5th film that Holland has played Spiderman and he is fully in control of the character and is a joyous character to watch.

Ably joining in is Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio - another hero who just might be another strong mentor-like presence for Parker. A fine actor of interesting dimensions, Gyllenhaal understands the type of film that he is in and adapts his performance (and presence) accordingly. Jacob Batalon returns as Peter's friend Ned, and he is everything we've come to expect from Ned. The same can be said for Jon Favreau's Happy Hogan and Marisa Tomei's Aunt May - both are welcome, warming, presences that help everyone feel good.

The biggest surprise for me is Zendaya's performance as MJ - I really enjoyed it - and that's a surprise. It is one of those nuanced-type performances (in a Superhero film - of all things) that will make me re-assess my thinking about her as a performer. I thought she was that good.

Samuel L. Jackson and Cobie Smulders reprise their roles as Nick Fury and Maria Hill and they are solid while Martin Starr and J.B. Smoove provide broad comic relief as the two teachers who are chaperones of these high school kids (remember they are high school aged in this film - they'll have to graduate into college for the next one, their age is beginning to show). I've read/heard some negative comments on how "out of place" the 2 teachers were in style to the rest of this film (and the MCU in general) and I couldn't disagree more. I thought they brought just the right size of comedy to what is a light film.

And, make no mistake, this is a light film (which is why I call it a "palate cleanser" after Endgame) and that's just fine. The stakes are an excuse to spend time with this characters - and to dazzle with some interesting special effects that I thought were very well done.

If you're into Spiderman - or the Marvel Cinematic Universe - you'll like this film.

Letter Grade: B+

7 1/2 stars (out of 10) - and you can take that to the Bank(ofMarquis)

Reviewed by Marwan-Bob 8 / 10

Better than the first One

I really Enjoyed this, highly Entertaining sequel and a satisfying continuation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Reviewed by cardsrock 8 / 10

Spidey's delightful new adventure

It's hard not to enjoy this quirky teen romance disguised as a Marvel movie. This Spider-Man sequel is hilarious and charming. It swings along through a great story and takes time to enjoy itself along the way. There are some terrifically trippy sequences that showcase the coolness of Mysterio. Gyllenhaal brings his typical great performance and is one of the better Marvel villains. Far From Home is loads of fun and a great segue into the next era of the MCU.

Make sure you stay for the mid-credits scene as it is probably the best one in MCU history.

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