IT’S JUST MY REVIEW OF “SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME”
Precision is the right word to describe the film Spider-Man: Far From Home as the end of the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. From the beginning to the end of the story the film is heavily related to the previous Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) films and it does not feel forced. You can watch this movie on 123 movies.
The film, directed by Jon Watts, tells the story of the life of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) aka Spider-Man after fighting in Avengers: Endgame. He is still feeling guilt after losing Mr. Stark (Iron Man).
Parker is still young. He did not want and could not become a superhero completely because he was still in school. In fact, he did not bring the Spider-Man costume during a field trip to Europe for two weeks with his school friends.
The story gets interesting when Parker reaches Europe, there are a number of scenes related to the MCU film. Like when Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) and Maria Hill (Cobie Smulders) appeared, the scene described how they both acted.
Even so with a scene that shows Peter was chatting with Nick and Quentin Beck aka Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). Peter refused to fight the villains because as a hero, he did not feel too strong. On the contrary, the assumption is that Fury knows Spider-Man has been to outer space.
He did go to space to help Dr. Strange during the Infinity War in 2018. At that time, he had run out of oxygen. That time, Iron Man gives him a suit that makes him survive in space and it helps him to fight Thanos in Titan.
Viewers who have not watched MCU films before will most likely not understand Fury’s statement. It would be better to complete the series of previous MCU films to understand the storyline of Spider-Man: Far From Home.
It’s not just relating to the last two Avengers films, Spider-Man: Far From Home is also related to the early films of MCU. One of them is the movie Iron Man (2008) which was made as an MCU gate. This is natural considering that Peter is indeed close to Tony.
Many scenes in the 23 works of the Marvel universe are closely related to other MCU films. Once again, it would be better to add insight by watching MCU films before watching Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Although it relates to many MCU films, the 129-minute storyline seems decent. The story of Spider-Man: Far From Home is really well thought out and written with precision so that nothing feels holey.
On the other hand, there are also some scenes that provide a grid of MCUs after Avengers: Endgame. To be sure, there are still many characters that Marvel Studios can adapt to become films.