Reboot makes plenty of Spidey sense
Spider-Man: Far From Home is a riot of goofy comedy and dizzying special effects built around ideas of truth, illusion and faith
Ihope you’re up to speed on your Avengers movies, because Spider-Man: Far From Home, the latest in the ongoing adventures of everyone’s favourite radioactive teenage nerd, picks up where Avengers: Endgame left off. After losing his superhero mentor – who, for safety’s sake, we’ll decline to identify here – to the galaxy-conquering Thanos, young Peter Parker aka Spider-Man (Tom Holland) is bereft.
To take his mind off...
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