Spider-Man: Homecoming USA 2017 – 133min.
After helping Iron Man, young Peter Parker dreams of joining the Avengers. Determined to impress Tony Stark, who gave him his high-tech suit, he goes on his own missions across the city to prove his worth. But Peter quickly realizes that his mentor has other priorities. When the mysterious and evil Vulture shows up, he decides to go after him alone, convinced this is the occasion for Spider-Man to shine...
Spider-Man, Version 3. In the wake of Sam Raimi’s great trilogy with Tobey Maguire and Marc Webb's two films with Andrew Garfield, Spider-Man is back with a new face in an Avengers-affiliated version. First appearing in Captain America: Civil War, the superhero played by Tom Holland gets a solo adventure, with a cameo by Iron Man to make sure it takes advantage of Marvel success – made possible by an agreement between Marvel and Sony. The result is a nicely crafted big budget flick that profits from a good portion of humor. Director Jon Watts seems more concerned with the mundane misadventures of his teenage hero and his friends than with him being a spectacular superhero. Spider-Man: Homecoming is likeable because it sets the adventures within a teen movie atmosphere. Far from being as touching and stunning as Sam Raimi's movies, it's at least less bland than The Amazing Spider-Man.