Spider-Man Homecoming

Review for Spider-Man Homecoming 3D (U/A):


Premiere Show


Language: English

Genre: Fantasy Comedy Action Drama

Duration: 132 Minutes }


Theatre: Carnival Cinemas Kollam

Status: House full



1: Direction

2: Story and Screenplay

3: Performance of lead actors

4: Cinematography

5: CGI

6: Editing



1: Poor work of BGM



One Word: A Perfect Reboot to the Spider-Man franchise. If you are the fans of Spider-Man and Marvel Studios go for it, totally worth watch.


Spider-Man Homecoming tells about young Peter who is really excited and thrilled by his experience with the Avengers and he feels proud to be a part of the Avengers. He returns home to live with his Aunt May. Under the secret observation of Peter’s mentor Tony Stark (Iron Man) Parker starts to embrace his newfound identity as Spider-Man. He also tries to return to his normal daily routine but distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just a friendly neighbourhood superhero. Peter soon put all his powers to the test when the evil Vulture emerges to threaten everything that he holds dear.


All in all Spider-Man Homecoming ended up as one of the best entertaining Superhero movies of Marvels Studios. Honestly I had went to watch the movie with an average expectations but the last result was different, I really enjoyed every single bit of it and the movie is a complete pack of entertainment for the lovers of Super Hero films which is totally a treat. For the Fans of Spider-Man this series is not gonna disappoint in any manner, whatever we love to see from a Spider-Man this new Spider-Man kid gives his best and he proved he is really capable to perform as Spider-Man and also capable to become a member of AVENGER.


The direction by John Watts was really good, in his entire direction he maintains a engaging grip of a Super Hero movie style which was neatly executed. The entire direction was passionate and the director had given his best and convincing entertaining ideas for an enjoyable Super Hero film. The director had also clearly and cleverly executed the real characteristic identity of the central character which was brilliant.


The story by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley was simple and light hearted which was perfect for a Super Hero movie. The story was having enough banters, most of them were funny and enjoyable and some sound repetitive and the movie had enough comedies for what a SpiderMan movie wants which was really enjoyable to a peak. The way the story unfolds allows every audience to get engage and thrill by the complete presence of SpiderMan. The story doesn’t having much twist and turns but it have all essential elements for a perfect SuperHero film.


The Screenplay by Jonathan Goldstein, John Francsi and Jon Watts,Christopher Ford, Erik Sommers, Chris McKenna was brilliant for a Super Hero movie. They mixed up with entertaining comedies, thrilling actions sequences with a good story which was totally convincing and enjoyable. The situational comedies of Jacob Batalon and Tom Holland were humours and entertaining and the Villain was perfect, nothing was found overdramatic. The actions in the climax could have been done much for better but a 14 year old kid turning as a Super Hero the actions was having a limit and it was totally cool and a correct decision of the writers so that nothing gets  exaggerated.


Coming to the casting Tom Holland as a young Spider-Man was really charismatic. All his way of approach to the central character Spider-Man deserves a big applause. He just lived to the soul of the character and he had given his best which was truly brilliant. His funny shade in the Spider-Man character was really entertaining and he scored his best level in actions too and his perfect timings on the dialogue delivery made me really surprised. Tom Holland is totally worth to do the new Spider-Man kid, he just proved it.

Michael Keaton as the Villain was significantly menacing as Adrian Toomes aka Vulture. He really dived on the sinister nature of the character which was totally a top class performance and an important combination scene that he shares with Holland was superb, all his expressions for that scene was really tremendous.

Jacob Batalon’s character was an another interesting factor in this film, his comedies and his innocence was really good funny and his combination scenes with Tom was also outstanding.  Robert Downey Jr as Tony Stark (IronMan) comes up with a cameo performance.


The cinematography by Salvatore Totino was superb, especially the frames of running scenes of SpiderMan, it was really good and the shots of actions sequences was captured brilliantly and the editing by Dan Labental and Debbie Berman was crisp and clear in all way and the CGI works were also impressive especially the CGI of actions scenes and the BGM by Michael Giacchino was extremely poor, really disappointed on his BGM work.


So overall Spider-Man: Homecoming is completely a worth watch and brilliant reboot to the Spider-Man Franchise. If you are waiting to see an entertaining packed performance of Spider-Man it a perfect choice and for those are fans of Marvel Studios this movie it’s a must watch.


{Wait for Post Credit Scenes it’s a surprise with a twist}


Verdict: Worth Watch

Rating: 7.5/10


Review By Arun Jyothi Valiyaveetil



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