News Arts Music Food Movies Calendar Guides SFR Fun Shop By Alex De Vore | 2 hours ago Whereas 2017’s Spider-Man: Homecoming finally captured the light-hearted aspects of the popular webslinger, Spidey’s newest foray into theaters feels flat, directionless and more like an expected next step rather than a meaningful conclusion to the first big phase of the Marvel cinematic universe. We pick up directly after the events of Avengers: Endgame, and things are finally getting back to normal for Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his buds. Yes, they explain away the five-year time jump from Endgame as the so-called “blip,” and jokes are made about how some people aged while others didn’t. Meanwhile, Peter and his classmates are off to Europe for a poorly explained “science trip.” Once there, he plans to profess his feelings to MJ (Zendaya, who is just killing in on HBO’s Euphoria right now) atop the Eiffel Tower. Ooh, la la. But whoops–Nick Fury (Samuel L Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders from How I Met Your Mother, in case you just thought “Who the hell is that?”) need Spider-Man to stop a cadre of trans-dimensional elemental beasts who just so happen to also be in Europe, and this dude Quentin Beck/Mysterio (Jake… Read full this story
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