Review Film: Spiderman - Homecoming (2017) by @filmtrail
Yes, Spiderman: Homecoming is the movie I'm really waiting for this year, because I'm a fan of MARVEL (also MCU), just right, I admire Peter Parker, but was distracted by Tony (who in the promo seemed to get a lot of portions in this movie but the fact is proportional Upside down) ", to be honest the film is" breathe of fresh air "as a reboot from The Amazing Spiderman that makes" the most charming "Peter Parker in the figure of Andrew Garfield be willingly given to Tom Holland, but there are some things from this movie that to me, Executed less than the maximum.
The depiction of Peter Parker who entered the "Sophomore year", where he was aged 15-16 years old and sits in high school, making all the Spiderman movies we've ever seen erased entirely. The famous "spider bites" scene and "The death of Uncle Ben" we will not get back here. Spiderman can be said: Homecoming is the lightest and fun Spiderman movie, without excessive crying drama, especially from Aunt May. Oh Dear Lord, Marisa Tomei really makes Aunt May's character change here.
But what does Spiderman mean without a drama, right? That's also the truth I miss here. Indeed, with the age of a Peter, what drama can be presented besides the school drama, where he has to face the confusion of choosing his school days or his desire to become a Spider-Man, but then I missed the scene when I had to give up MJ's show to stop the robbery, or when The figure of Peter in Andrew Garfield gave up to release Gwen Stacy to protect her. Also when Tobey rode a battered motorcycle crashed into a truck or Andrew who in some scenes looked to face financial difficulties, was for Peter in Homecoming, he simply said "I need a new backpack".
In terms of stories, Homecoming is very well written which also makes the formation of Vulture characters played well by Michael Keaton, and I think Vultures is the best villain for Spiderman in the movie, and for me, the binding story of this film ends with anticlimactic. There is less than a movie with a duration of 130 minutes.
One of the highlights in this movie is definitely Spider Suit, where I love Spider Suit Homecoming version, the suit here is too sophisticated but cool, then the surprise suit is a very aptly appreciated suit. In terms of casting Tom Holland, Marisa Tomei, and Michael Keaton I think also become its own highlights. All three appear with quality that deserves thumbs up. Jon Watts who sat in the director's chair was able to arrange this film and provide elements of humor that fit with the character Spiderman. The scripts he composed with Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley, Christopher Ford, Chris McKenna, and Erik Sommers are pretty detailed even though it is too long-winded at the beginning. Unfortunately, when the twist given in the final 3/4 of the film is enough to increase the tension, the cover feels anticlimactic.
But the grand ultimate disappointment and the thing I criticize most about Homecoming is how the production team, "wounded" the character of Peter Parker who to me is an iconic figure and has its own way, as if to be an attention whore to be considered by the figure of Tony Stark. The last name I mentioned I think too over promoted, and yes there is a scene in the trailer that does not appear in the movie.
In the end Spiderman: Homecoming remains a movie worth watching, which is also safe for children to watch under parental control. This movie is a neat and well-written film. But from all this writing, I still agree with Kirsten Dunst's sentence in an interview:
"We made the best ones, so who cares? I'm like, 'You make it all you want.' They're just milking that cow for money. " Lol.
There are 2 after credit scenes. Wait until the credit title is over.