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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Angry Badger Moive Review: Spider-Man Homecoming





Hello everyone and welcome to another Movie review, Today I'll be reviewing the highly acclaimed Spider-Man Homecoming.

But what is Spider-Man Homecoming?
    Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, young Peter Parker returns home to live with his Aunt May. Under the watchful eye of mentor Tony Stark, Parker starts to embrace his newfound identity as Spider-Man. He also tries to return to his normal daily routine -- distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just a friendly neighborhood superhero. Peter must soon put his powers to the test when the evil Vulture emerges to threaten everything that he holds dear.


Unbiased review:


       Spider-Man Homecoming is a fresh take on the teenage superhero and tells the tale of Peter as he strives to become the hero worthy of the mask he wears. The comedy in this movie is what you would expect from Spider-Man while still having great action scenes. The CGI is done rather well and the story has a nice balance between Peter and Spidey screen time. If you have ever been a fan of the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man then you'll enjoy this movie.
                      
                    Things to Consider before the Movie
Swearing: Just like with any other Marvel movie there is light swearing with the worst of which being BadA**, Bast***, D**n, Cr*p, and He**. There were a few times in which replacements were used.

Violence: Very light, I think in the whole movie there was only like two fighting scenes, One dude gets vaporized though.

Other Negatives: There were a few innuendoes and a joke about male private parts. Peter's friend Ned lies to a teacher and says he is watching porn when he is helping Spider-Man. In some scenes, the girls either wear short shorts or a short dress. Oh yeah and in one scene Peter is given the finger


Rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments



Warning! Spoilers and Opinions lay Beyond! Enter at your own Risk

Opinionated review:



    So I've been a fan of Spider-Man for as long as I can remember. I remember watching the first movie in the theaters and thinking it was the best thing ever made at that time. And although the first movie did nail the dorky side of Parker the Spider-Man side was left lacking. Then came the reboot "The Amazing Spider-Man". It had better CGI, a better costume, and a younger looking actor. This movie did nail the sassy smart mouth Spider-Man, but really didn't do a good Peter, plus the scene time of Spider-Man was very little.

    But then the reboot of the reboot came out. Spider-Man Homecoming. And I have to say they did a great job with it. The story was light and fun especially considering that he is a teenage hero. Tom Holland pulled off the part rather nicely. He had the dorkiness needed for the Peter and the sassiness needed for Spider-man without feeling like a totally different person in and out of the suit. But I do have some problems with it.
1) There were some jokes that weren't really necessary.
2) A lot happened in this movie. But by the end, it felt like very little had happened.
3) The layer of CGI on Spider-Man. Since Civil War, I haven't been a fan of that CGI layer on the suit. I know it helps with all the little things the suit can do but I feel like it could have been better without it. It just makes his costume look that much faker. Like, take a look at this.


This isn't bad, I actually think this is a great reboot of the classic suit. But this got kind of annoying to look at.




Other than those complaints I liked the movie. It was nice seeing a Spider-Man on his road to becoming Spider-Man. Peter is still a rookie and is still learning the ropes of being a superhero. He doesn't really know how to fight and makes funny mistakes. But he keeps at it and does his beast. And that is what this movie portrays rather well.


So what do you think? Have you seen the movie? do you Think I hit it on the nail or did I miss the broad side of the barn? Let me know your opinion in the comments down below.
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7 comments:

  1. I enjoyed the movie, though it doesn't really move the Avenger story itself forward in the grand scheme of things. I liked the characters and I found the twist on the bad guy really interesting. And the very last end credit scene... XD I'm surprised they've not done it sooner, but it was hilarious.

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    1. Well that's because it's not supposed to, I think it has something to do with the deal Sony and Marvel made. From what I've heard Spider-man movies are solo movies but he will make appearances in Avenger movies and vice a versa.

      Oh yeah that ending scene! what a way to end it!

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  2. Great review! I'm sorry to say that I haven't seen it yet, but I will. Just as soon as I can! :D

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    1. Thanks Karyssa! I'm sure you'll enjoy it when you get the chance!

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  3. I really wanna see this movie, but I totally see what you're saying. Especially about the suit! It does look funny lol. They tried too hard, lol.
    Nice review!

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    1. Thanks Angela! I hope you'll enjoy the movie once you get the chance to see it. It was a rather nice reboot and I'm looking forward to more Spider-Man now. But yeah that suit o.0 un-CGI it. I mean They can leave the CGI on the eyes because that's pretty cool but does it really need it on the whole suit?

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  4. That movie didn't sound as good as we thought it would be.

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