The Itsy Bitsy Little Spider-Man Has Come Home To Face An Old Batman
So Spider-Man Homecoming, just came back and it's ok. If you've watched the second or third trailer I think not exactly sure, then you know how the entire movie goes. Because that trailer showed the movie from start to finish, what's not in the trailer is the stuff in between the scenes shown in that trailer.
One thing I want to mention is what I really hate about all the Marvel movies thus far. Not one of them has a memorable soundtrack.
Excluding Guardians of The Galaxy, because they used songs from the 70's and 80's. I'm talking about soundtrack for the movie, not songs that weren't made for the movie.
Listen to the soundtrack of Lord of The Rings, Star Wars, The Dark Knight, Man of Steel, etc. All of them are memorable, they can make you recall that exact scene in which you heard it.
With Marvel? Nothing. Just some sounds in the background that somewhat sound heroic and that's it. If I ask you after watching a Marvel movie to hum (not sure if that's the word here) of one of the songs, you can't, because you don't recall it.
If I tell you about the Wonder Woman theme, it would instantly click in your brain what I'm talking about.
The soundtracks in the Marvel movies you can hear it, but you won't notice it.
Let's get back to the what happens in the movie. People had a fear about Tony stealing the movie away from Spider-Man, not true.
He's in 3 or 4 scenes, one of them he isn't even there. However my biggest fear came back, MJ is back, but not quite.
When I was a kid I watched the Spiderman animated series from 1994 I think, didn't like MJ. In the movies where Kirsten Dunst or whatever her name is, I grew a passionate hatred for that character.
And now they brought her back, but it's not really her. You will see.
Spider-man's sidekick was annoying, he was supposed to be the comical relief character, but he just came off as just being selfish and just wanting to show off, so he can maybe have some "fun" wink wink.
Batman is Batman, Michael Keaton is superb. The guy shows that he is indeed a great actor. Even though the villain is boring, Michael Keaton just takes whatever material he's given and makes it work perfectly.
Aunt May is hot, yeah yeah I know everyone says this. Her last scene is pure gold.
However the movie as a whole is ok, you have some good moments mixed in with some not necessarily bad moments but meh moments, so overall it's not something to go and yell how amazing it is.
Final rating....let's say 6 maybe 6.5 but more like a 6.
Also have I ever told you the definition of insanity?
Edited by Nostradamus, 08 July 2017 - 02:26 AM.