‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ spins a web of stories

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            SPOILER ALERT for Endgame and Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Spider-Man: Far From Home is a phenomenal movie. It was released in July. The movie has lots of plot twists, great humor, great battle scenes, good cinematography, great storytelling and great character development. The story introduces the protagonist, Peter Parker, or Spider-Man. He is fixated on the question of who will be the next Iron Man, his mentor who died. He hopes to take his mind off this question by going on his class vacation to Europe, only for the question to follow him there. He is forced to fight monsters called the Elementals who are from another world. He fights the Elementals to keep his friends safe, but he has to make sure to not reveal his identity or else his friends will be in even more danger. Parker eventually accepts that he has to take the responsibility of Iron Man, after he was trying to run away from it and trying to hand over the responsibility to other people through the movie. This was obviously a great sign of amazing character development through the story. The movie uses lots of computer-generated imagery for the Elementals and the final battle scene between the villain and Spider-Man, as well as extremely well done cinematography. The humor was great. You can see Spider-Man cracking jokes every moment he can and some other characters making jokes, too. You should definitely watch this movie as it is worth every penny and the two hours and ten minutes of your time.


Overall rating: 5 paws


  1. Humor – 5 paws
  2. Plot twist  – 5 paws
  3. Action – 5 paws
  4. Cinematography -5 paw
  5. Character development – 4 paws
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