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Spider-Man: Far From Home [Bonus]

7.42 h 34 min2019X-Ray12
Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.
Jon Watts
Tom HollandSamuel L. JacksonZendaya
ActionAdventureScience Fiction
English [CC]
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Cobie SmuldersJon FavreauJB SmooveJacob BatalonMartin StarrTony RevoloriMarisa TomeiJake GyllenhaalAngourie RiceNuman AcarRemy Hii
Kevin FeigeAmy Pascal
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4.5 out of 5 stars

15623 global ratings

  1. 69% of reviews have 5 stars
  2. 18% of reviews have 4 stars
  3. 8% of reviews have 3 stars
  4. 2% of reviews have 2 stars
  5. 2% of reviews have 1 stars
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Steve WatsonReviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 March 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
This hurts me to write this.
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From a big fan of the Marvel movies, it breaks my heart to give this movie such a poor review.

Like a lot of people, I followed the MCU from the days of Ironman, and from there we watched another 20plus movies bringing us to the grand finale in Endgame. So when this movie was released so soon afterwards, I was a little surprised for starters, then very very disappointed when I watched it.

There's no longer a tangible story arc, so the movie has no real direction.
There's this whole weird 5 year "blip" thing where some students reappeared at school, but the kids who hadn't been snapped by Thanos also had to go back to the same class, even though presumably, they finished school, but with 50% less students?!

Who wrote this absolute mess?! Did you just blow your load on Endgame then just splat out what you had left with this awful "Spidey" movie?
Because that's what it feels like.
Spidey isn't really Spidey.
The bad "guy" is pathetically weak and Spidey should have had no problem with his technology.
If you know anything about Spidey, that's what makes him Spidey!

I know they kind of mention that his Spidey sense isn't working, but they don't really go into that for some reason.

It felt forced and pointless. it served only as a tribute to Tony Stark and him passing on the crown to Spidey, and Spidey not thinking he's ready... again.

Such a let down.
Captain Marvel was better than this. And it hurts me to say that as well.
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MR DEREK NEWTONReviewed in the United Kingdom on 04 August 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Really bad
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I really cannot understand the hype. Tom Holland’s portrayal of Peter & Spider-Man is awful. He is so irritating. This movie falls into the same bracket as the new Star Wars movies, i.e. there are no character relationships that you genuinely care about & the plot is basically, this happens, then that happens etc. I found myself looking at my phone as the film is so unengaging. The first two Sam Raimi Spider-Mam films are still the best and Toby McGuire the definitive Peter Parker.
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KnutsfordchapReviewed in the United Kingdom on 26 February 2020
2.0 out of 5 stars
Meh. Every element that makes a good Spider-Man film is missing.
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The whole film, and premise of the film, feels like a Holiday Special - not part of the main canon of films, but a one-off special where cast and crew get to go on a trip to Europe and nothing really happens that will affect any other part of the franchise. A Downton Abbey in the Highlands for the super hero world. The storyline is filled with more holes than a standard stretch of the M6. The acting is all tongue-in-cheek across the board, and whilst I much prefer the less pompous Marvel world to that of the sombre DC gothic melancholia, shallow silliness for 2 hours+ gets a bit wearing.

[And Michael Giacchino - boy do I struggle with his scores. For every Star Trek or Rogue One there's an insipid written-by-numbers score like Spider-Man FFH or Cars 2, devoid of merit and excitement, and please, please someone tell him that giving tracks humorous pun-filled names wasn't funny when he first started doing it and it hasn't aged well.]

Worth the £1.99 I paid, and not a penny more.
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 February 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Weak film and poor storyline
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I should imagine if you are a real Spiderman fan from the comics then this latest might not appeal. For some reason the filmmakers have almost made Spiderman into a comedy-like character and although he was always wise cracking it doesn't come across as that. The filmmakers appear to have thought that placing the story in Europe would make it more attractive to maybe a new audience? Either way Spiderman often couldn't afford to pay his rent let alone travel the world. I suspect some new fans to Spiderman who haven't read the comics from waaaay back in the day might have enjoyed it but for some of us aficionados it was nothing short of tepid.
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Mr. Robin GloverReviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 February 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Ever Evolving Peter Tingle!
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With respect to Marvel, it's a reasonable action flick and it had Marisa Tomei...I wish she was my auntie (actually no I don't, but you know what I mean!). That said, the movie was a bit like Spidey does Europe or lightning visits by Americans who think Europe is the size of Texas and have an Itinerary to match. It was OK but lacked real substance and meat 'on the bones', still, there was always Marisa Tomei!!
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The Three of UsReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 April 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Thoroughly fun Spider-Man Sequel
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If you're looking for a mainly lighthearted bit of fun for all the family, you can't go wrong with Spider-Man: Far From Home. It is genuinely funnier than most superhero films, with jokes and banter that don't feel forced like they do in other films in the genre.
As well as that, it has strong personality and relatable characters, who you will be rooting for throughout. Without spoiling anything, I will say that Jake Gyllenhall's Mysterio is definitely one of the better villains in the Marvel cinematic universe.
Definitely worth a watch if you like Spider-Man, or are just looking for a light and fun, action-packed distraction.
Dave TReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 December 2019
4.0 out of 5 stars
Not quite up to 'Homecoming', but an enjoyable romp...
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This film started from a disadvantage being the first Marvel story since Endgame and the events of Thanos' snap and what followed.. as a result there is quite a bit of looking back, especially around Spidey's relationship with Tony Stark, but the film is never maudlin. It's a long film and it did occasionally drag a little I felt, notably around 2/3 of the way through. However overall it's very well made, laced with humour and personality, and managed to leave us wondering what was in store for Marvel fans with the next iteration of the Avengers etc. It's maybe not up there with Winter Soldier, but it's a decent addition to the series...
STARReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 February 2020
1.0 out of 5 stars
Absolute rubbish
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I am so glad I rented rather than bought

I am 60+ and have been a sci-fi person all my life but this.................

Special effects for the sake of it, we can do it so we will.............. meaningless

I can only say that in MY opinion it is a film made for "children" regardless of age who "game"

Absolute rubbish acting, cardboard, and the spiderman actor is unattractive, small mouth and terrible
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