Guest contributor Ed has returned to us, following his previous article discussing Spider-Man: Homecoming. Since then, a new spidey-film has been released and he’s back to tell us all about it. Check out Ed’s review of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Watching Spider-Man: Homecoming was a gut wrenching experience. I love Tom Holland, he’s great. He’s as good for Spider-Man as Robert Downey Junior has been for Iron Man this whole time – but those of you who read my Homecoming review will know that’s what my problem has been with the franchise so far. Good film, shame he was just a Spider-Minion.
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What happens when a Spider-fan, of almost three decades, walks into the most eagerly anticipated Spider-Man film since Spider-Man films were a thing? Well, they do so with a lot of expectation, writes our guest blogger as he talks about what a missed opportunity Spider-Man Homecoming was.
What happens when a Spider-fan, of almost three decades, walks into the most eagerly anticipated Spider-Man film since Spider-Man films were a thing? Well, they do so with a lot of expectation! They carry with them memories of the best bits of five previous Spider-films, a fantastic cameo in Civil War, the 90s Spider-Man cartoon (and its AWESOME theme tune) and a shed load of comic book knowledge. Any fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe is aware that you can’t get too precious about any of that – there will be changes and you should expect things to be different.
But not like this.
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