Okay, before we get started. Watch the trailer immediately if you have not already done so. We’ll wait. […]
I have done my best to make this review spoiler-free, and will mark potentially significant spoilers with **.
Well, fam, after Avengers: Endgame, I didn’t know if Marvel could keep me interested in the MCU. My love of Iron Man (and RDJ) was a driving force in my investment in the universe, the primary question that ‘Far From Home’ seeks to answer as the world (both the fictional and literal) seeks to move on from the universe-changing events in Endgame is, well, now that Tony Stark is gone, who is going to be the next Iron Man?
What do we do now that our favs are gone?
By The Collectress
I have done my best to keep this review spoiler-free and will tag any potential spoilers with **.
When Spider-man: Homecoming was announced a few years ago, I remember groaning. Did we really need another film about the webbed hero? After Spider-man 3 and the Amazing Spider-man films, I was a little Parkered out. And then Spidey swung into Captain America: Civil War last year, and I fell in love with Tom Holland’s wide-eyed and eager portrayal of Peter.
Did we need another Spider-man film? Yes, as it turns out, we really did.