Most Marvel Movie Universe films (even if it’s just their scenes or after credit) have advanced the larger story of superheroes that exist in the fictional world created by Marvel, which is no different than ours. In comics and other media, I appreciate the “Canon” stories.
The building of the World can be very exciting, not to mention lucrative. That’s why Universal tried a dark world full of monsters. But a story well told, one can be so nice. Return home kind of cataracts in between and reap the benefits of both worlds.
We take sticky The Avengers (2012) as Adrian Toomes Michael Keaton worked with his team to clean up the wreck of the massive shipwreck in New York.
Through the film, we see the dismantling of the Stark Avengers tower and we will install it after the age of Ultron and another view of Peter Parker Tom Holland in Captain America: Civil War.
And, of course, like all other iterations, there are lots of Easter eggs, not just for the MCU, but Marvel Comics. Marvel has a formal agenda so as not to confuse with what happens when, but the homework schedule has made many of us scratch our heads saying it takes eight years after the Avengers.
This is not a problem created or breaking into the grand scheme of things, but it made me think of everything that happened in the MCU so far and what remains to come. This is a great story.
I have never been a great lover of Spider-Man, but one thing that has always been ahead of me was the nature lover of the character, despite the usual difficulties of superheroes.
Homecoming has captured this fun and made me feel like a kid again. I’m attached to superhero stories at an early age, so when a movie can bring me back to that moment and these specific feelings, it gets bonus points in my book.
This does not mean that I am not amused to see The Avengers, Thor or tutors, but when I looked, I saw the adults as an adult.
The homecoming has obvious youthful energy, and is a credit to writers, of course, but also because the film is populated by a much younger distribution that Marvel is accustomed to his epics.
Holland, Laura Harrier Jacob Batalon, Zendaya and Tony Revolori have all the correct grades as schoolgirls, although the roles are full of players in their twenties (Harrier is their “senior” at age 27).
Academic decathlon to dance back and underestimated by adults, Spider-Man: Homecoming created its well-developed mini-universe around “nerd school” Peter Parker and made me feel like I was part of it even though I’m away from my age.
The film has been compared to John Hughes’ classics repeatedly (which even has a couple of 80-song songs on the soundtrack) and two actors who appeared in the 1980s, Robert Downey Jr. and Marisa Tomei in Tony Stark’s father and Figure of the mother, the aunt of May.
Having that voice of authority or mentor is another reason why this film is so different from other MCU films. Tony had Obadiah Stane (Jeff Bridges) in a similar role in Iron Man, but with a different dynamic. And yes, there was a lot of talk about “young” Aunt May.