This post contains spoilers for Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Leaping, bounding and swinging with the heedless joy of its web-slinger, "Spider-Man: Homecoming" is the movie that glimmers with all the qualities that attracted millions to the hero's comic book and animated origins.
Let's get this out of the way: Zendaya, the burgeoning superstar multi-hyphenate, is not in Spider-Man: Homecoming very much.
In that story, Spider-Man battles the mysterious Master Planner (later revealed as Doc Oc), a fight that leaves the wall-crawler trapped under a pile of heavy machinery.
This is a Marvel movie that feels like a Disney Channel comedy for 9-year-olds, with only a laugh-track missing.
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One final wardrobe-related reference for you: the voice of Spidey's suit - the one Parker christens Karen - is the voice of Jennifer Connelly, the Oscar-winning actress who starred as Betty Ross in 2003's Hulk.
While "the movie ultimately gets a little big for its breeches, in a mayhem-and-effects-soaked climax that suffers from numerous excesses of other Marvel movies", most of Spider-Man: Homecoming maintains "a jokey, self-aware tone that is nicely evocative of the original comics", Michael O'Sullivan writes at the Washington Post.
The movie has also consistently dominated social media in recent weeks, aided by a clever marketing campaign that plays on Holland's teenage angst.
Betty Brant as the high school reporter. However, sparing Michael Keaton's Vulture from death not only means he could return for another brilliant performance, but it neatly sets him up for inclusion in the villain team-up. "I don't know why Anthony started doing that, but I just started seeing all these interviews like 'Tom Holland is an a--.'". While visiting his uncle, Miles was bitten by the spider and got his powers. "You have Beyoncé, you have Rihanna, who are two badass women who just do what they want and they're fantastic". Most of the time she's onscreen, she's sitting in the corner and making snide jokes, usually at the expense of Parker and his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon). The responsibility to deliver a movie that Spider-Man fans have been waiting for, a movie they deserve. It is hard to imagine Holand rounding off his Spider-Man story arc without us matching eight legs with eight. Critics have given Spider-Man: Homecoming a 93% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, noting sometimes basic is just better. "The awesome thing about Ned is he's such a good friend, he keeps it a secret".