Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

Adallis Pantry

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After being released for only a month, Spider-Man: Far From Home has already made over $980.1 million in the box office (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spider-Man:_Far_From_Home), proving itself to be a more than sufficient ending to the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3. Starring Tom Holland and Zendaya, along with having an official running time of 2 hours and 9 minutes, director Jon Watts begins to answer only a few of the many burning questions that Marvel fans have had since the release of Avengers: Endgame

Attempting to keep his mind off of the devastating events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker embarks on a vacation with his fellow classmates. However, in a never-ending Marvel “tradition”, a vacation is sadly, the last thing that he would have. Through this spine-tingling, comedic whirlpool of Peter’s new-found adventure and the relatively new antagonist “Mysterio”, this sequel to the Spider-Man series leads fans to even more questions like: What’s next for Peter and MJ?, Will Spider-Man and Nick Fury become a permanent duo?, and possibly hundreds more! Hamilton students Gavin Hoffman (10), and Christine Krenke (10) enjoyed the movie, but considered it to be “somewhat predictable”, but will future MCU films change their thoughts?

Plenty of students at Hamilton have already made time to see this phenomenal blockbuster film. Diana Huynh (10) stated, “The choice of actors was great, especially Tom Holland! It was very funny, and I liked it”. Megan Bratetic (10), “thought it was great, and would love to see it again”. Despite the blend of responses from students at Hamilton High to Marvel’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, it is still satisfactory in the eyes of millions of Marvel fans, and the film is merely a sample of what is in-store for the future of the MCU.With so many newfound questions, the creators in the Marvel Cinematic Universe are left with no choice but to answer them. The upcoming Phase 4 of the MCU is scheduled (but not limited) to include: Black Widow and Eternals– 2020; Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, and Thor: Love and Thunder – 2021. There are also Disney + series in the making, like WandaVision, Loki, and Hawkeye. MCU creators have also confirmed the beginning of Phase 5, with plenty fan-requested films such as: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 3, Black Panther 2 , and Captain Marvel 2, possibly closer towards 2022-2023 (Time.com). Be on the lookout Marvel fans!