“Spider-Man: Far From Home” Review: An Out-And-Out Triumph Fills “Avengers: Endgame”

Nalini Suri |Jul 04, 2019

After the epic movie ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is the perfect punctuation for the third era of Marvel superheroes.

2019 may be the "super-duper happy" of Marvel fans when Avengers: Endgame marks the perfect ending for over 10 years of building and developing Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, Spider-Man: Far From Home with the badass comeback of little Spider-man Tom Holland officially completes Marvel era fulfilling of emotions and directing to a new universe.

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Spider-Man: Far From Home is an adrenaline blast bringing pure emotion and action which ably forwards the story of MCU in a memorable and touching way. The second most successful movie of the year Marvel Studios ever made to fill a gap into this year. The movie offers a Europe-set intermezzo breezily between Avengers: Endgame and maybe a blockbuster as a sorbet.

Spider-Man: Far From Home writes the aftermath of Endgame when Peter Parker (by Tom Holland) and his friends turn back to ordinary life. His school decides to organize a Europe trip so that they can re-acquaint with everything after 5 years of disappearance. Nevertheless, the trip doesn’t flow smoothly when Elementals monsters appear and attack everyone.

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Meanwhile, Nick Fury and Maria Hill emerge to have Peter fought with the enemies in collaboration with superhero Mysterio (by Jake Gyllenhaal) from another dimension. Once again, Peter has to face with the balance between a normal life and a superhero life.


The plot suffices the sense of humor

Totally with the heaps of humor, Spider-Man: Far From Home stays fantastic in the eyes of viewers. Peter’s group of friends including Ned, Betty, Flash Thompson or even Nick Fury have their own acting ground to show their humorous sense, making the audience burst into laughter.

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Still packs of many tricks

The plot celebrates many impressive knots, especially when every single character doesn’t look like their appearance. Viewers will jump in all the surprises one by one when Marvel one more time succeeds in hitting some tricks right from the trailers.



Because of trying to push so many knots, Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers accidentally make Spider-Man: Far From Home a bit mess. The movie contains too many sub-branches of the plot as well as unnecessary details dragging the story. Besides, there is some time viewers wouldn’t know whether they are watching a childhood movie or a superhero movie.

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Cool but easy-get-headache action

In comparison to Homecoming, the factor of action in Spider-Man: Far From Home rocks more but is not enough to compare to the series of Spider-Man movies before. The technique is so great with the awestruck ability of Elementals monsters.

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Moreover, the movie lacks the tumble, hand-to-hand combat or personal wisdom usage to defeat the enemies. This may lead Spider-Man: Far From Home to the monumental but unmemorable road like other movies under Marvel.

Despite some weaknesses, Spider-Man: Far From Home completes the role of writing perfect punctuation for the third era and creating a premise for an entirely new MCU.

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