Spider-Man: Far from Home

2019

Action / Adventure / Comedy / Fantasy / Sci-Fi

1465
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 91% · 457 reviews
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 95% · 50K ratings
IMDb Rating 7.4/10 10 558590 558.6K

Director

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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2 hr 9 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by caidjohnson 8 / 10

A heck of a lot better than Homecoming.

I'll be honest right off the bat, I didn't really like Homecoming. In fact, I didn't like it because I felt like Tom Holland was too whiny, or maybe he didn't seem that amazing to me, or something... I'm not sure exactly what it was, I just didn't really care for the first one.

So, I was hesitant to see this one, fearing I'd still have the same feelings for this current generation of Spiderman. Thankfully, I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. I took my two daughters and my wife, my wife stayed awake for the whole film (this means the movie is good, as she'll fall asleep in almost every movie due to boredom), and I... actually... liked it.

The acting was quite decent, Spiderman seemed a lot more confident than the first one, "coming into his own" sort of thing, the villain was surprising. Yeah, it was all quite good!

I'm really interested to see how Sony is going to do the next one, what with Sony and Marvel having their falling out, but here's hoping it ends well.

If a third doesn't get done in this generation, I feel like it'll become a cursed franchise, doomed to two before inevitably falling on its face.

Who knows... :P

Reviewed by maxim-delaet 7 / 10

Good, yet not Great.

That is what I've come to expect from 90% of the Marvel movies. Some are Bad, and very few lean towards being Great.

However childish the movie may feel for some, the story was perfectly fine which is not common for action movies including some of the post 2005 Marvel movies... And even if it doesn't feel very special, unique or whatever you expected it to be, you cannot deny that the directing work was decent to say the least!

Most of all, my 8 out of 10 is earned by the acting in this movie.

P.S.: If you are rating this movie a 1/10 you're simply having issues with it being different from what you were expecting and cannot accept that not every movie is a Stark movie. But I tell you, to be a good reviewer is to see the beauty in differences.

Reviewed by notastrawhat 8 / 10

Fantastic!

After Into the Spiderverse and Endgame, I had pretty high expectations for Far From Home, and I was completely blown away about how good it is. As always, the cast is great, especially Tom Holland, Jake Gylanhall, and Samuel L. Jackson. The story stays together and never seems to farfetched, unlike other superhero movies (i.e, Captain Marvel; Aquaman). Like other Marvel movies, the writers do a great job with the characters. The way they wrote the characters made even minor ones like Flash, Brad, and Betty entertaining to watch. Jake Gylanhall's Mysterio stands out as being one of the best villians in the MCU. Rather than physically hurting Spider-Man, Mysterio tears him apart on the inside, using Tony Stark's death as an advantage. The effects were great and the action was also some of the best in the MCU. Overal, Spider-Man Far From Home is a great movie and easily one of the best (if not the best) in the MCU. Also, stick around after the credits for two surprises, especially if you are a Raimi fan

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