Spider-Man: Far from Home movie review - Aussieboyreviews
WILL THE ENTERTAINING ACTION IN SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME IMPRESS FANS?
This whole entertaining Spider-Man movie will entertain fans with its awesome action and surprisingly very enjoyable story. It leaves you excited and pleased.
Peter Parker, the 16-year-old high school student and superhero Spider-Man, faces new threats while in Europe. He soon gets help from a fellow hero, Mysterio.
Director: Jon Watts
Cast: Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon, Samuel L. Jackson, Jon Favreau
Writer: Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers
Release Date (Australia): 1 July 2019
Runtime: 129 minutes/2h 9m
Genre: Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
CONTENT GUIDE (WARNING: MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS)
The film features science fiction themes including the use of fantasy powers, as well as multiple action sequences that feature threat and peril.
The film contains sequences of action violence, including scenes in which characters use fantasy powers and people are punched and shot.
The film includes uses of “s**t”, “ass”, “bitch”, “damn” and “hell”. There is also a cut-off term including the words “what the fu…”.
The film contains brief verbal sex references.
PG-13 (for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments)
Aussie boy's thoughts
Spider-Man: Far From Home is the miraculously enthusiastic outcome of brilliant screenwriting by Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers. The actual reason it’s able to win over the previous flick, Homecoming, is because the writing and the execution form a story that’s strikingly more entertaining, humorous, moving and every small touch of the web-slinging action overshadows all of the best of Homecoming’s excitement.
Once again, there’s an exceptional performance from Tom Holland as Peter Parker, but it’s also really witty and fun to introduce Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. The characters and action sequences are very well-designed, but there seems to be much less frequent action in Far From Home than what there was in Homecoming. This film features a story that, quite dissimilar to Homecoming, is actually very intriguing and it reaches your heart with full-on anticipation.
It’s more entertaining, and of course there’s brilliant laughs on the side, but it’s a pleasurable sequel that honestly couldn’t be more fun! When there’s no brilliant action on the screen, there’s Peter Parker’s teenage life and other exceedingly interesting focuses on superheroes. Even if you didn’t enjoy the previous ones that much, Far From Home might deliver a worthwhile watch for you. Just don’t get too high-hoped.
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