Movie Review-Spider Man: Far From Home
In SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Peter Parker, played by English actor Tom Holland, is on a school field trip where odd things occur, like an attack from a huge monster made of water and an appearance by Jake Gyllenhaal as a new Avenger known as the mysterious Mysterio.
Spider-Man is the new standard bearer of the Avenger franchise. Hand-picked by Tony Starke, the young superhero matures over the course of the movie to be the new leader of the band of superheroes. Samuel L. Jackson is back as Nick Fury, the brains and the founder of the Avengers.
The movie breaks down into three parts. The slow-paced intro to the movie, the second third which is supposed the meat of the movie, but instead, it just made me confused about what was really going on and who was the good guy and who was the bad guy. In the final third of the movie it really shows Spider-Man in action when his friend's lives are all in danger.
Also, there are two bonus scenes at the end of the movie that is critical to the story; so be sure and stay until the very end. I've got mixed emotions about SPIDER-MAN; FAR FROM HOME. Its got great action and plenty of humor, but its also confusing.
Its rated PG-13 and has a run time of 2 hours and 9 minutes. On my "HOLLYWOOD POPCORN SCALE" I rate SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME a Large.