Après ses spectaculaires débuts dans Captain America : Civil War, le jeune Peter Parker découvre peu à peu sa nouvelle identité, celle de Spider-Man, le super-héros lanceur de toile. Galvanisé par son expérience avec les Avengers, Peter rentre chez lui auprès de sa tante May, sous l’œil attentif de son nouveau mentor, Tony Stark. Il s’efforce de reprendre sa vie d’avant, mais au fond de lui, Peter rêve de se prouver qu’il est plus que le sympathique super héros du quartier. L’apparition d’un nouvel ennemi, le Vautour, va mettre en danger tout ce qui compte pour lui... // Several months after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker, with the help of his mentor Tony Stark, tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York City while fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges.
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Several months after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker, with the help of his mentor Tony Stark, tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York City while fighting crime as his superhero alter ego Spider-Man as a new threat, the Vulture, emerges.
Marvel Studios has hit another one out of the park with Spider-Man: Homecoming the third reboot of the Spider-Man film franchise and the sixteenth film of the Marvel Cinematic. It's not everyday that a film studio can continue to make one good movie after another, but Marvel Studios has the magic and continues to combine all the essential ingredients, storyline, back history, action, romance, comedy, cool gadgets, chemistry between actors, soundtrack, and graphics together to pump out another fantastic movie. As we swing from building to building, sign post, to car, or tree house, we are not disappointed with stunning visual graphics and sounds that keep you entertained with Spider-Man as he learns his web slinging abilities with an imperfection only a new young superhero can have. It's a refreshing change to truly see how he improves his performance during the movie.
Homecoming stars Tom Holland (Peter Parker/Spider-Man) in his first stand alone film after appearing in Avengers Civil War. The movie reverses time a bit to his introduction to Tony Stark and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) who becomes his self styled babysitter along with providing an opportunity for Happy’s character to receive some additional screen time and expand his backstory. Happy is the extraordinary not exited watchdog of Peter as we see during the film as Parker texts him every day and calls every day with no responses or snide comments to the effect of stop bothering him, at least until he has earned his respect towards the end of the film
The movie progresses to the battle between the Avengers, and takes Peter into the daily grind of what it means to be a superhero that is still a teenager and has not earned his spot among the “official” roster of the Avengers of endless hours waiting for classes to finish in order for him to continue his Stark Internship each afternoon as he waits for Iron Man to call for his services again.
Peter can not wait around and be patient much like any typical teenager and is called to help out the residents of his town to the best of his ability as he sneaks out of the house from May Parker who is played by Marisa Tomei, who continues to impress with both her performance and beauty as she tries and raises a teenage Parker though the dynamic changes of adolescence.
We learn together with Peter how his new suit works as he continues to extend his web among the criminal element of the city until he is able to take off his training wheels and finds the full capabilities of his suit and takes it into combat with Adrian Toomes/Vulture played none other than Michael Keaton. Without giving out all the twists and turns this storyline takes you on, unless you cheat yourself out of a great opportunity to enjoy a movie by watching the spoilers, Homecoming provides the largest amount of shockers of any of the Marvel Movies.
Make sure to stay to the end of the credits because there are two end scene credits, one as you would expect that carries you into the sequel that is scheduled to come out in July 2019 and the last credit with poor Captain America as he produces his brilliant public service announcements that are shown to the students several times throughout the film even though he is now considered a war criminal.
Saw July 2017 in Theater 17 Pacific theaters at the Americana Glendale California
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