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    The friendly neighbourhood web slinger leaps onto the big screen all by himself once more hoping to charm dollars off movie-going crowds in yet another reboot - this happening a mere 3 years after Andrew Garfield's not so amazing outing (under Marc Webb's troubled direction) which abruptly ended his spidey aspirations no thanks to lukewarm reviews and disappointing box office earnings for The Amazing Spiderman 2 of 2014.

    Tom Holland, a fully developed male specimen at 21 years old plays an underaged Peter Parker still fumbling around in every area of his life-school, friendship, romance and of course crime-fighting. While Homecoming is somewhat still a narration of his origins, thankfully we are way past the regurgitation of how he got bitten by a radioactive arachnid and came to be in possession of his superhuman acrobatic abilities. Uncle Ben has presumably passed on, while Aunt May (played by the unbelievably over-gorgeous Marissa Tomei) acts as sole guardian to the precocious Parker. Robert Downey Jr periodically inserts himself as the arrogant but amusingly thoughtful Tony Stark aka Iron Man-throwing Parker fanciful toys and suits his way, doing the Yoda thing or literally saving his arse from drowning (twice). A visibly greying and much older Michael Keaton (who featured as the title character in Tim Burton's Batman movies decades back ) suits up once more, this time batting for the dark side as master thief Adrian Toomes alias Vulture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micromachine View Post
    The friendly neighbourhood web slinger leaps onto the big screen all by himself once more hoping to charm dollars off movie-going crowds in yet another reboot - this happening a mere 3 years after Andrew Garfield's not so amazing outing (under Marc Webb's troubled direction) which abruptly ended his spidey aspirations no thanks to lukewarm reviews and disappointing box office earnings for The Amazing Spiderman 2 of 2014.

    Tom Holland, a fully developed male specimen at 21 years old plays an underaged Peter Parker still fumbling around in every area of his life-school, friendship, romance and of course crime-fighting. While Homecoming is somewhat still a narration of his origins, thankfully we are way past the regurgitation of how he got bitten by a radioactive arachnid and came to be in possession of his superhuman acrobatic abilities. Uncle Ben has presumably passed on, while Aunt May (played by the unbelievably over-gorgeous Marissa Tomei) acts as sole guardian to the precocious Parker. Robert Downey Jr periodically inserts himself as the arrogant but amusingly thoughtful Tony Stark aka Iron Man-throwing Parker fanciful toys and suits his way, doing the Yoda thing or literally saving his arse from drowning (twice). A visibly greying and much older Michael Keaton (who featured as the title character in Tim Burton's Batman movies decades back ) suits up once more, this time batting for the dark side as master thief Adrian Toomes alias Vulture.

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    Wait for the very ending of the movie. Let all the credits roll until the end. Then there is a small ball busting clip. LOL.

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    huh what you mean? what happens at the end?

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