Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019) - Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi

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Following the events of Avengers: Endgame (2019), Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.

IMDB: 7.7
Director: Jon Watts
Stars: Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson
Length: 129 Minutes
PG Rating: PG-13
Reviews: 138 out of 1000 found boring (13.8%)

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Another entertaining film in the MCU.

I took my two daughters and my wife, my wife stayed awake for the whole film (this means the movie is good, as she'll fall asleep in almost every movie due to boredom), and I...

This new spider man it's extremely boring.

Waste of money.

It started promising enough when Disney first bought Marvel, releasing well-made entertaining movies such as Ironman, the Capt. America trilogy and Guardians of The Galaxy.

The actors in this film make it such an enjoyable experience, especially the chemistry between Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal, who really captivate the 'Struggling Hero/Villian' storyline.

Predictable with effects house issues .

What I see here is a door to 10 more years of movies and repetitive series, I do not lie, Marvel confirmed a lot of projects that will arrive in the next few years and invade our ticket offices until who knows when Who could get excited for a movie of these people, When are all the same?

It is so entertaining, lighthearted, and extremely relatable for the younger generation of fans.

Fun, enjoyable.

A nice and enjoyable one.

Sometimes he writes the best music that i've ever heard that makes me fall in love with him (The Incredibles, Up, Ratatouille, Medal of Honor series), but then he writes probably the most forgettable and bland music ever and get disappointed by him (Jurassic World movies, Planet of the Apes series and many more) and this movie is no exception.

Far From Home is a disjointed mess.

In here, everything is forced and contrived.

Marvel knows how to create excellent entertaining products.

Add a dumb when convenient villain and a mediocre cast of classmates and the concerns and motivations driving the story just seem comically trite

A good, entertaining movie.

This was absolutely rubbish and a waste of time and money.

Enjoyable, coherent (in the sense that you need to be keyed into the comic book genre of movies) and predictable.

I enjoyed it for what it was.

It was pretty boring, there was no great action, the plot was stale and the ending was pretty anticlimactic

Jackson, but his role is all cliché.

just boring and annoying..,there are 2 kids of movies epic win ones and epic fail ones this one is the epic fail one..because it fails on so many levels you cant even count.

The Movie is entertaining from the Beginning to the End.

Then there's the confusion about who Spider-Man is, resulting in a new hilarious alt-moniker.

The Chemistry between Peter and Ned works pretty good and Peters Attempts to get closer to MJ were entertaining.

This one is definitely a great summer respite from dull movies.

The storyline is unexpected and it has many witty dialogues from humorous characters, who are also cute.

I really enjoyed it ...

so if you are a spider man fan or a fan of the mcu you will probably like this movie, its fun, entertaining, and new.

From a relatively slow 'Teenage romance' film beginning to it's 'edge of your seat' ending, Spider-man does not disappoint.

it was somthing new and exciting and i loved the sort of mentor type relationship between peter and mysteiro.

Fell asleep dont like itZz too lousy to review yawn yawn yawn

Waste yout time .

6/10 Quite boring.

Fun to watch and enjoyable though I felt afterwards that some things were plain silly/plot holey.

I can't say I've liked a single Spider-Man movie, each one has the exact same story line: Introduction (repetitive rubber stamp genesis story)Love Interest (Mary Jane - holy rubber stamp story Batman)Villain introductionLove InterestVillain Fight (usually including the heroine)Love InterestEndMovie creation people "WE ALL KNOW WHO SPIDER MAN IS AND HOW HE GOT HIS POWERS" so please, cut the filler and show a super hero doing super hero feats instead of this low self esteem teenager, groveling and desperate for acceptance.

Far From Home is Another Fun, Thrilling and Poignant Story in the Spider-Man Saga .

Bad directing, lame writing, boring all around, made by and or for idiots with no respect or knowledge of storytelling.

Fun and entertaining Spiderman movie.

Spider-Man being hit by a speeding locomotive and just getting winded, kinda makes him as invincible as the tedious Captain Marvel.

I will say that even though Mysterio was entertaining, he wasn't as well written as the previous Spider-Man Vulture.

and it was entertaining.

MCU goes stunning.

What a waste of time.

Overall, as with many of the Marvel outings it may not have rewatch longevity, but it certainly is fun, has heart and is more enjoyable than many of its predecessors.

I must say, that like all other Marvel movies, then the 2019 "Spider-Man: Far from Home" was entertaining, and it was also a spectacular movie to watch on the screen.

I say all that because I think this outing is an entertaining, at times hilarious, and ultimately well-shot action adventure film.

Peter and MJ have such a awkward and fun relationship which is enjoyable to watch.

Once we find out who he is and what his backstory is, for me, he turned out to be generic and uninteresting in the longrun.

A busy place like Prague, gets literally empty in a fight sequence where only two of the side characters get stuck in a merry go round.

The movie is boring, it barely even started within 1 hour, the villain was a good for nothing he has EDITH and all he does is to steal more drones to kill some stupid teenagers and he doesn't even get close to do it.

But the movie itself was stunning.

As soon as you walk out of the theater you'll forget all about it

And while we're entertaining the possibility that the writers inverted his role in this movie, we're given dull "villains" to face.

It got pretty intense at the end and the end credits scenes were mind blowing and genuinely made my entire theatre gasp in shock.

Mind blowing.

Entertaining if slightly disappointing.

you know that you are stretching it and it is becoming very boring.

I wanted to leave the theatre so bad...

In terms of the brand, it is what was needed, but it is also an enjoyable film which has a lot of creativity and craft about it - not just money and polish.

The plot was predictable, cast did decent, fight scenes were bland.

In general this film was extremely enjoyable, I've already watched it twice in cinemas!

The action was entertaining and just the right amount of over the top.

Entertaining .

The CGI is stunning.

The premise is small-scale in this post-Endgame chapter but Watts does well with the available resources to deliver an enjoyable Marvel flick.

Every callback to a previous MCU film such as Ironman and Civil War, was so intriguing.

Everytime she appears is a pointless and waste of film time.

so some might feel things are predictable, I personally was surprised by quite a few things, especially considering the little knowledge I had before the movie started ...

While the overall plot was uninspiring I came off each scene with a smile on my face.

The CGI was stunning and the storyline worked perfectly.

The story was very predictable and that is perhaps it's biggest weakness.

I could barely keep myself awake through this movie, it was so boring!

The jokes are horrible and repetitive.

this scene was just so pointless and added nothing to the film except that it made in a way dislike Peter Parker as it mad me think that he is so irresponsible that I even less believed that Stark would have left these glasses to Peter.

Thankfully, I actually enjoyed it quite a bit.

The movie is fun, filled with clever jokes and action packed.

Plot holes a dime a dozen and the way everything was dumbed down to the point of being unwatchable.

To add to the already stunning VFX and loads of high end technology which the movie propagates, we have the 'Elementals' , entities from a different dimension, with of course a great inclination to destroy Earth.

Spider-Man far from home is one of the worst MCU movies, the movie is boring from begining to end, everything is so predictible, the Peter Parker partners are a group of idiots, the jokes in the movie are so forced, the romance in the movie is so silly, this movie is so overrated, really?

The end credits point to exciting future directions the MCU could go to.

Get bored as everyone spends an obscene amount of time graveling at Robert Down....

But turn out the trailer was totally unpredictable.

Peter is on a school trip across Europe where he is sought out by Nick Fury to help him and Mysterio to battle The Elementals and to step in part into Iron Man's shoesAfter the drama of Avengers Endgame we are back in lighter more familiar territory and indeed there is a lot of enjoyable humour in all this.

Predictable plot, diversity quota ticked with the usual bumbling male characters.

His charming portrayal of the web slinger elevates this rather ho hum Marvel entry (Peter Parker's European Vacation) into something more than the sum of its rather messy parts.

Dialing down the irritating political quips from Homecoming really helped make this an enjoyable outing.

Boring .

His classmates aren't developed at all, aside from that wierd Betty-Ned relationship that was pretty much pointless and served the sole purpose - easter egg on their comic relationship.

The first half of the movie also took kinda long to get going as well and kinda dragged on.

As for the plot, it's predictable.

Then save your money.

It doesn't happen, the movie keeps on pretending that nothing happened...

Well worth watching , Fantastic 😁

I think I prefer Far From Home to Homecoming since the latter deals with a much more complex and emotionally compelling story than the origin flick.

Great action with entertaining climax in London

The comedy is cliche even though somehow its still funny.

The film is hilarious; you're certainly going to enjoy it from start to finish; the acting is excellent as well, Jake Gyllenhaal performance comes to mind immediately; he gives depth to his character "Mysterio" which would otherwise be quite bland and forgettable.

The music in this movie was adrenaline pumping , especially the new score for Spiderman.

This film is a fantastic string of events all leading to an action packed and amazing ending that will please all fans.

It was exciting and never a slow moment.

"Far From Home" brings everything to a smaller level, creating a more intimate and ultimately, more thrilling action experience for Spider-Man.

Very Entertaining😎😉 .

Despite that, I still think this movie is entertaining enough to watch, if only for the humor.

Twist villain didn't work very well, humour felt a bit forced, a few cliché elements here and there.

It's a fantastic storyline & it's so action packed & I love that they brought in Quentin Black AKA Mysterio.

Stifle your boredom as they try to make a 'what a twist' moment when revealing that a character named for an old school villain is revealed...

The actors are bad and ridiculous, MJ, Ned, Flash, Betty they all unbearable & silly, this is the worst MJ I ever seen, and the story is trivial, and the attempts to laugh were really stupid & silly, I almost vomited from dullness.

Boring, not funny, bad directing and story is quite raw.

The only disappointment I had was that the villain was much weaker and more boring than he could have been.

Peter's peers and teachers are all engaging enough on their own, and make a good group of supporting characters.

This movie's villain, Mysterio, is simply stunning.

Jackson's Nicky Fury back is both fun and intense to see as he attempts to recruit Spidey.

The first hour of Spider-Man: Far From Home is a repetitive mix of teen angst and blasé fights with easily fixable plot holes (why are they going on this trip, what's their itinerary, and why do they have the world's dumbest teacher as a tour guide?

I was largely bored.

I also liked the new approach on MJ, an intelligent, grunge girl who is acquainted with the unbearable lightness of being...

A tight story along with fast-paced action, some good character moments and fascinating chemistry between Tom Holland and Zendaya make Far From Home far from an unpleasant theater experience.

While most of the action may be lackluster (see The Bad), the final confrontation was very exciting and felt like it had good stakes.

The biggest surprise for me is Zendaya's performance as MJ - I really enjoyed it - and that's a surprise.

I highly recommend it, and I cannot wait to see where the new Spider-Man series goes from here.

Outside of that it is a very entertaining movie and definitely worth watching.

Far From Home is an action packed, deep story with little to miss, beautiful action scented and quite frankly a rom-com.

It took a little bit for the movie to get going and for the jokes to begin to land for me, but it gave us one of the best villains in Mysterio as well as a coming of age story that also reminded us of the same "horrors" we all faced during high school.

At the same time as I would have loved the character stories to be more developed I am seriously hoping they would never do that because of the boredom that would entail.

The very start with the presentation/news was confusing and unnecessary, also the post credit scene was crap.

The first act of the movie was slow.

The characters had zero chemistry and I found them downright boring and uninteresting.

I went and stayed in the bathroom for awhile hoping the movie ends faster but after 15 minutes, I went back in and still dragged on and on and on.

It's also emotional, and visuals are very stunning.

Unwatchable with that thrown stupid wannabe jokes every few seconds.

)Just when I'm about to declare Spiderman as a boring hero (nothing flashy, just spiderwebs and what Aunt May calls the 'Peter tingle'), the fight sequences here makes you reconsider so kudos to the fight scene choreographer.

entertaining as hell.

Now the negatives: The plot is very predictable, and if you have any knowledge of the characters then you're simply waiting on the twist to reveal itself, which isn't satisfying in the least.

This was a most enjoyable Spider-man movie.

With Mysterio joining Spider-Man to combat the Eternals, the movie had great suspense, humor and was full on entertaining.

The movie was pretty easy to follow and the ending will keep you on the edge of your seat!

These kids acting is so plastic, so boring.

From unexpected plot twits to silly romance.

No story, no dialogues, senseless script, only a fest of special effects.

However, its forgettable nature can mostly be attributed to a weak villain and a by-the-numbers story that becomes very predictable from the start.

Because it exists on a much smaller scale than some of the previous Marvel films it doesn't quite have that same sense of anticipation, and also gets off to a bit of a slow start, but director Watts still has some tricks up his sleeve and manages to find the right tone for the film, make his characters engaging, and take the story in some unexpected directions so as not to completely rehash what he accomplished in Homecoming.

Homecoming was a relatively low stakes but engaging and fun high school spiderman adventure.

The action scenes were a lot more intense than the ones in Homecoming, they seemed more confident this time.

Don't waste your money on this one.

I walked in to this movie excited and as the movie went on it was incredible and mind blowing.

Spider-Man: Far from Home is an entertaining addition to the marvel cinematic universe.

Finally, the action scenes are breathtaking.

All the characters are back in style, just as enjoyable as ever - MJ is much more important, and very skillfully played by Zendaya.

The movie is action packed, funny and altogether a swinging summer flick.

The storyline, however, was difficult to follow and all over the place.

This movie makes up for a lot of the flaws of Spider-Man Homecoming: the CGI is better, the story is genuinely exciting, the villain is more interesting, Tom Holland is more confident in the lead role and is very likeable, and even the dreary Zendaya loosens up and is more enjoyable.

It's more of a coming of age, teenage crush movie, with some spiderman thrown in, what a waste of time and effort from the movie studio, bad predictable story, really not much thought has gone into it, seems that's what Hollywood is about now, pump out films with little or no thought with the same predictable characters and stories.

A total waste of time...

Spiderman home coming was boring.

Far from being a serviceable film, the latest Spider-Man instead merely serves as a palette cleanser to the Infinity Saga with a half-baked and disjointed story line.

I love the slight awkwardness and goofyness of the characters and the story was more intriguing than I thought.

Overall good, enjoyable flick.

Don't waste your time.

Adorned with stunning details, the action scenes look quite impressive, especially when you taste 3D and IMAX.

Funny, entertaining, solid watch.

In these movies he is zzzzzzzz.

I feel like the MCU is too empty.

The stakes have been raised so far before this that the normal internal struggles of the characters seem unimportant and frankly self indulgent.

A very entertaining and clean movie (comparatively speaking).


I still absolutely love it and would highly recommend it.

Entertaining .

I don't wanna talk too much about the plot, because there are some twists and reveals that I do NOT wanna give away, but what I WILL say is that the story is very fun and engaging.

Even if Far from Home seemed repetitive, I am still glad there are new villains to explore in the Spider-man universe (considering how many have been covered in previous instantiations of the franchise).

Even though MCU might not have made the right moves with this instalment, at least it stands as an entertaining, daze-looking flick for common viewers.

They might not be your favorite Spider-Man movies, but they're still entertaining!!

Thrilling VFX and fine storytelling.

Mind Blowing Vfx and Twisting plots...

Holograms are like dream sequences - utterly tedious and inconsequential.

Enjoyed it a lot.!

Far From Home was an exciting, thrilling adventure where Peter becomes entangled in a mentally exhausting battle with the all-powerful master of illusions.

I always thought they should have given him a Netflix series as an older Spider-Man, but the Netflix era is done and Marvel is busy giving uninteresting characters series.

Complete waste of time.

But I will say that the 2019 "Spider-Man: Far from Home" was genuinely entertaining and enjoyable.

Same old cliche one liners and action scenes.

Bored .

A farewell of sorts to Tony and to the best Father-Son dynamic in Marvel, Spider-Man manages to be funny, bittersweet at times, and very entertaining.

This movie starts out with a disjointed scene, then doubles down on nonsense exposition for about the next 15 minutes - only to get to the point about 20 minutes in...

The action scenes are stunning and very fun to watch.

It starts to show the part of Spider-Man which I want to see in such a movie, the one which fights against the bad guys, the one that makes you smile but still stays serious enough to make the action credible and enjoyable.


Mind blowing.

It's pretty intense, actually.

This latest entry into the Marvel movie world is agreeably entertaining and a fun follow-up to this year's Endgame, even if it takes a little while to really get going.

I also think the first part exactly followed the cliche superhero movies.

The storyline in the movie was entertaining and enjoyable, and it definitely had a great pacing to it.

An exciting emotional ride .

I was on the edge of my seat the entire time.

You need something that is quite unexpected after the heartbreaking and hard-to-beat film of wonderful Endgame.

Bland characters.

Thin plot, good CGI, and feeling sort of empty.

End game was definitely the end of a saga, but this is a through enjoyable and worthwhile epilogue.

"- MysterioIn this age of fake news and propaganda, nothing is what it seems.

Entertaining .

I rented this film at home and enjoyed it.

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The action sequences were fun and exciting, and there was more emphasis on Peter's spider senses here which was nice.

The unexpected cliffhanger is just so annoying as the one which we saw in the end of the first movie.

There's a scene involving him and Spider-Man which was so enjoyable and surprising.

It's heartwarming, funny, and action packed.

That being said, what we're presented with is an entertaining and occasionally compelling character story, where Spiderman is trying to balance his two lives, as schoolkid and superhero respectively.

I really Enjoyed this, highly Entertaining sequel and a satisfying continuation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

CONCLUSION: The movie is 3 stars "cute" and 2 stars "meh you'll see it coming plot twist - yawn" ...

The film was extremely entertaining, and creative, allowing the characters freedom and connection.

This makes him a very compelling and smart villain.

If you turn off your brain its enjoyable kind of romp.

I felt like falling asleep at the first part of this movie, Just noticed this is the first MCU movie without a Stan Lee cameo.

Totally enjoyable and relatable .

All in all an enjoyable way to pass a couple of hours, made special by the performances of Tom Holland and the lovely Zendaya.

Believe me this is boring and it shouldn't las 2 freaking hours the characters are boring and their acting is just lame,

Besides that, it's very predictable, acting is poor by a majority of characters including some of the main ones.

It was far from boring.

Story: all of the villain stuff is brilliant, the lovesotries were at times funny (good) or overly cliche with "i am too shy to ask her" all the movie long.

That said, the movie was then very predictable.

The special effects were also breathtaking.

It was a thousand times more entertaining than Endgame was.

it was boring.


Sadly, the cinematography and editing are very bland, with almost no wide-shots, I think.

Some moments of it were a bit weird but overall I enjoyed it.

At times the film also falls down to its own formulaic tropes, and the film can feel bland because of them.

The film in general is excitingly entertaining with the well timed comedic relief in an action film.

But as an engrossing film like its predecessors, it fails.

Predictable, Nice effects and childish jokes .

The first 40 minutes was preaty boring and kind of bad.

It's all over the place, many of the jokes are not funny unless you are 10 and was at times, boring.

Very entertaining.

So boring.

Boring .

Marvel's final Spider hyphen man film was a thoroughly entertaining movie though I must say.


Fun, hilarious, action packed..an all round great movie.

She doesn't freak out, that makes the whole reveal and tension from the end of Homecoming pointless.

This is a great summer popcorn movie, enormously entertaining, helped along by a superb soundtrack by Michael Giacchino (if you want to feel some superhero energy for your morning tube ride, listen to his Far from Home Suite Home (LOL) on Youtube).

Gyllenhaal was stellar as Quentin Beck, master of illusions, and while its a bit tiresome that Iron Man's dirty laundry keep being the focus of Spider-Man's villains, I thought he did very well and came across truly sympathetic (until he turned out to be a sociopath who was very quick to choose murder as the only solution).

I mean we've got shape shifters, talk of alternate universes, empty pointless destruction, bluffs, misdirection and it is descending into this ridiculous melting pot like that which other franchises have descended where keeping it all together has been thrown out to make another big buck.

The action scenes had little or no tension, especially when the line is being blurred between reality and fake imagery, and the ultimate fight was Spidey fighting drones - yawn.

i think it was a little boring!.

Leaving behind the heavily predictable storyline, the post credit scene was pretty great, I'm really looking forward to see what they will do in the next movie, leaving us with a cliffhanger, while the end credits scene was absolutely unnecessary.

But as the first Avengers movie to be released after Endgame, it was pretty boring in comparison.

I fully expected that Mr. Watts's talents there would have shined through here, but this one feels like it was directed by an entirely different and boring creature with no handle whatsoever on what makes Spiderman, like...

I start to hate Spider-Man but this move is disgusting, it has fallen to the worst levels, they killing Spider-Man character & story, & made it more & more silly & unbearable.

Zero charisma & as a character, zero depth, boring as hell!

When Homecoming came out i thought that was the Spiderman movie i was waiting for all my life, now that Far from Home is here i can tell i was wrong, this is the Spiderman movie i've been waiting for all my life, reminded me of the comic books i use to read as a child, it's funny, action packed, visually perfect, full of surprises and not one character disapoints.

Gyllenhaal was a personal highlight and the villain felt well motivated if a little contrived/shoehorned into this world, throw in a mind blowing Mysterio illusion scene and various callbacks to prior films in the MCU and you're left with this really enjoyable product!

In terms of scale it felt so vast and action packed making for a brisk watch despite its fairly long run time.

But such a weak story what they are fighting about is so boring.

In spite of this, Spider-Man: Far From Home is still an entertaining and satisfying end to Phase Three.

Again boring and lame.

he lost the Academy Award for the Most Contrived Sournois Villany Plot.

After looking forward to Endgame for a year and wondering how it was going to play out, I have to say, while I enjoyed it I was mildly disappointed with it too.

Large part of Homecoming's success stemmed from a compelling take on the character and an excellent performance by Tom Holland.

Also, the 1st act of the film up until Peter suits up with the night suit, is a bit slow, and could've been paced a whole lot better.

Overall, it is a very enjoyable movie, and you might like it even more than me, based on your opinion of Marvel movies.


A 5/10 just for the entertaining and rewatchable values.

Returning director Jon Watts, gives us more of the same formula which worked in the last film, humor braced w/exciting action, while further deepening the story threads introduced before.

Tedious .

Boring .

And some scenes are very exciting.

The plot in general and the jokes in particular are quite predictable.

I will always prefer a slow start and a fantastic finish than the other way around.

It was exciting and completely enjoyable.

The action scenes had me on the edge of the seat, in a way that I haven't felt ever sense I went to see Infinity War.

It's all perfectly enjoyable.

Mind blowing VFX .

)The film overall is dramatically bland.

This was a perfect followup movie, clever, smart, quick witted, and mind blowing special effects like you're on a rollercoaster (must be something in 3D).

I fell asleep twice.

The first post-credit scene, while entertaining, also left a sense of unfulfillment from the movie.

I fell asleep.

The twist consisting of him actually being the villain was predictable, considering that the trailer showed Spidey teaming up with him.

Funny, mysterious, action packed .

Judging by the aspect of pacing, it's way better than "Homecoming", but the third act of the film is what really makes it worth watching.

To me, this is a very boring film.

It'd be so exciting and I can't wait to see it.

Save your money for a DVD release!

All around entertaining from beginning to end.

I have it a 7 because it was at least enjoyable.

"Spider-Man Far From Home" is a stunning blast from start to finish.

The character development was slow, the way the story arcs of the persons in this story was like it could not decide if it was drama, action, romance, or teen or whatever is in between so it mixes them together, and add a little comedy to it and to me that mix was a brainless mixture of wannabes that never develop into anything.

Overall, we see the manner a sequel becomes confusing and sometimes frustrating because of its formula.

This movie was just too predictable, actions scenes were not that great and even acting wise it seemed no one was serious about this movie.

Overall, Spider-Man Far From Home is a really good movie, it was funny entertaining, exciting, and charming.

The real plot with drones and so called illusion tech was really boring.

Both actors really enjoyed it, it was fun, awkward, basically teenage crap like that.

The dialogue is very engaging and witty.

Don't waste your time.

It lifts the mood of the series with its humour, while also delivering an enjoyable adventure and engaging plot.

Entertaining blockbuster .

..interesting AND entertaining for wider demographics, became one of those "teen-movies", where you know exactly what WILL happen in the next 5-10 minutes increments.

Another aspect which wasn't so good is that it focuses a bit too much on the romance/teenage stuff, which seems even cliché at times, leaving the hero part of Spider-Man in the background, his contribution in the first part of the movie (I might go as far to say that the entire first half) being insignificant or even bad, just to have something to fix or improve upon later.

Don't waste your time if you're an adult.

The scripting and lines were bland.

The movie was really boring and so silly Nothing to say more

The movie is really enjoyable to watch and not too hard storytelling.

Buck worthy, fun watch, gripping and this will movie doesn't let you forget about the Avengers.

Review RundownSpider-Man: Far from Home while providing your traditional dose of Marvel fun along with some visually stunning sequences, solid performances and the most memorable end credits scenes in recent memory; fails to stand out in a crowded universe making it a somewhat forgettable experience.

It's more a coming of age and teen drama movie than a classic marvel.

Mind Blowing .

It was so unique and unpredictable!

In the beginning of the film, it was so boring maybe because less action and more emphasized it to love story.

There were some good scenes but intermittent and usually around scenes of boredom.

Boring to say at least.

The people I went with all enjoyed it immensely.

And there's a trippy CGI-heavy sequence where reality gets warped and confusing.

The movie started off very good, the first 70 minutes there was a good flow in nice pictures, good story, romance etc. It was also entertaining and I liked it very much.

The teen-centric stuff that worked perfectly in Spider-Man: Homecoming didn't work here at all because everything was rushed and all over the place in the first half including the uninspiring fight scenes that made it quite clear that the first hour of the film isn't the entire film (as if this wasn't already clear!

The visuals were brilliantly stunning and were near to completely seamless, they could have put in a giant unicorn and I probably would have still accepted it as part of that world.

Kid movie even better, it's so long and boring, plot movie easy to know, really waste money and time

I would still recommend this film to any of my friends and family who are into Marvel or superhero films as it is thoroughly enjoyable.

This was a much needed light hearted film coming on the heels of the intense Infinity War/End Game saga.

Not a pivotal role, but it was an unexpected callback.

The ending was a bit predictable, then was somewhat invalidated by the end credits scenes.

So I went to watch and it was really predictable boring and pathetic.

He added layers and while the reveal was predictable it did feel genuine thanks to his ability to sell it so well.

Enjoyable fast moving film .

There's literally nothing to contravene here, it's the perfect superhero flick, with adrenaline pumping battle scenes, twists that doesn't sell themselves too much, three dimensional characters, all juxtaposed against a youthful glow that shines throughout the movie.

Very entertaining!

It was all pretentious and annoying.

I didn't expect this much from the sequel of Spider-Man: Homecoming, because Spider-Man: Homecoming was a total waste of time.

I could barely watch 1 hour of it and left the theater 😐 Such a wasting time and money!

The main hero had a nice character built up and the twist was nicely presented and unpredictable.

Story was predictable and could have been made better.

The kids will like it because it deals with kid issues such as teen love, but I found this all INCREDIBLY boring.

The plot twist is totally unexpected, and the extra scene had me on the edge of my seat.

One of the issues I had with the first installment was that it was too kid-friendly, which I found to be a bit of a letdown considering the more intense predecessors.

The 2 worst movies from Marvel 1 Spiderman homecoming 2 Spiderman far from home it sucks except post-credits scene, both movies are About The Iron Man, there's nothing about Spiderman how we saw in the past ( Tobey Maguire) thanks to Disney and Sony for firing Spiderman, there's no need of Spiderman anymore, Done with this superhero.

Action scenes are entertaining.

I think were the movie falls down is its lazy writing mystero being another upset employee of Tony stark is just lazy and repetitive and the twist at the well.. i have already made my point on that.

But felt contrived.

The overall impression is that some very bored people were forced to execute the dull task of filling a production quota.

The humor was so childish it was unwatchable.

cheesy, Spider-Man films have done a great line of making cheesy quite fitting and enjoyable.

They were intimate and compelling, and while Tom Holland provides a great adolescent spin on the character, the story never feels too personal.

The movie is more about teen love, road trip, coming of age then a superhero movie.

Most of the superhero's lovers are the cliche damsel in distress, always needing saving and making dumb decisions.

After the Avengers Endgame, this title just seemed very rushed and pointless, no real story, and very weak characters.

Too teeny-bopper-ish, but I still enjoyed it .

As the title says, the movie is really fun but if you are 20+ you will find it boring, because you've seen probably 100 similar movies like this one.

Not Too Bad, But Confusing .

The jokes fell flat, the action was pointless because there was no back story and the big reveal came after the credits.

This movie was one of the worst movies I've ever seen, the first half was a pedestrian display of Peter's non-superhero life, including his friends and Mary Jane (omg shocked).

The web swinging in downtown NY in the last 15 minutes was way more thrilling than any other part of the movie and that's where I think Marvel continues to miss the mark.

A visual stunning movie, that will make you leave the movie with a smile on you're face!

Great acting but predictable and lazy writing.

The pacing is a bit slow in the beginning, which is understandable.

Boring, unimaginative, predictable.

But yeah it was enjoyable to watch.

The older ones were more down to earth and more enjoyable.

The plot twist which it features is also a good aspect worth mentioning, totally unexpected for a stranger to Marvel comics as myself, while the explanation of it is even more impressive and satisfying.

Spider-Man: Far from Home is at baseline an entertaining movie to watch and provides some big hints for what's to come in the Marvel Universe.

I really enjoyed this movie as there were many fun and thrilling moments.

It is boring.. .

The way they wrote the characters made even minor ones like Flash, Brad, and Betty entertaining to watch.

Script was bad and predictable, acting sometimes even worse.

He also keeps the pace snappy, and does not let the aftermath of Endgame (imagine 4 billion people suddenly back) bog down the narrative.

I don't imagine that many fans will agree with me here, but I personally find this character to be a lot more likable and compelling than the MCU's Peter Parker.

) , the plot is riveting.

I just loved the movie so much, I highly recommend it to everyone!

It's an action packed and emotional film and I would definitely recommend to a friend.

Mind blowing!!!!.

And like Homecoming: it's the most bland and forgettable piece of music that i've ever heard.

Except that the flirtation between Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and Happy (Jon Favreau) has real world possibilities, if only to contrast the too-much-time with silly teen confusion over the right way to romance.

Such a fun enjoyable movie.

Spiderman far from home is very funny and enjoyable film it has all of marvel trademarks.

It was truth be told a bit lame & it detracted from the overall film leaving this reviewer underwhelmed & at times bored.

Ho Hum .

I left the theater.

I knew it was going to be a lot of CGI and action, and what I was treated to in that category was very high quality and exciting.

These prove to be a visual treat along with a compelling and unconventional way to dive into our main character's psyche.

7.9/10?This movie sucks, this movie is boring, bad, predictible, the only good thing in the movie that it could maybe sorprise you is the first post-credits scene, nothing else, Spider-Man Far from home deserves a 4/10.

I really loved Far From Home, not much I would change, enjoyed it very much, and be sure to stick behind for the post-credits scenes.

The film was funny, spectacular, clever, entertaining.

Convoluted & at times extremely unbelievable, Far From Home is a mixed affair with lows which challenged my suspension of disbelief contrasted with jaw-dropping highs, featuring poignant callbacks to previous iconic moments & some of the most shocking, unexpected & beautifully constructed Spiderman sequences ever put to screen - so it's incredibly difficult giving this film a particular score as there are parts which deserve a 5 star rating & others which warrant a 1.

Peter's reluctance to fully step into the void Tony's death created in the global landscape is entirely understandable and brings an exciting new dimension to the character.

The comedy still delivers some really good jokes throughout 80% of the time, the runtime of 2 hours feels right and it's entertaining throughout the entire time.

There is good action, comedy, and nice moments, all producing the sense of an enjoyable romp with plenty to like about it.

Save your money.

It showed off Spiderman's talents and brought enough to the table to make things exciting.

In the next sequel I surely hope they stop with showing him as an teenager who alternates between being overclumsy or a brilliant scientist (too much cliche).

Now it seems, the machiavellian strategy is to target younger viewers with their propaganda, with infantile tripe like Shazam and this latest Spiderman.

Fortunately, it raises the bar as time goes by, even if done with small steps, and brings something more intense and obviously more interesting.

I found that Spider-Man: Far from Home is a kind of teen movie and it is entertaining.

Even though I picked up a lot of spoilers before seing the movie, still enjoyed it very much.

The antagonist is fairly uninteresting and therefore Spider-Man isn't tested as much as he needs to be.

Jake Gyllenhaal was exceptional as Mysterio (why I'm giving the movie a 3), but the storyline was just too slow (keeping up w/ the kiddy story plot) to make this move as great as it could have been.

I thought this film was a coming of age film for Spiderman, one that was necessary for the character, in order for him to progress in to the new age of marvel.

You need to have seen all parts of the avengers series for this episode, otherwise it would create a lot of confusion to understand and especially the Eng Game, prior to it.

The story line is very predictable, probably the only "flaw" with this otherwise perfect movie.

Got dragged to this with the kids.

Spending two hours in the theatre watching this film was total waste of time.

Tom Holland and Zendaya are amazing I was on the edge of my seat!

Simmons as the Editor of the Daily Bugle which was quite unpredictable and unexpected.

In the end Spider-Man: Far From Home is, with the exception of 2 extremely bright spots, a fairly banal, tween product for the masses.

After the dreary Captain Marvel and the disappointing, turgid Avengers: Endgame, the people who make Marvel movies have got their mojo back and made a movie that is fun, exciting and enjoyable.

Movie is too long, drags on and on at times with no apparent reason and feels like it was written for young adults, very childish like movie at times.

Go see this movie to make your summer extra exciting and fun!

), the cuts between two characters during a chat can be a tiny bit off with the placement/facial expressoins which makes it a tiny bit confusing but still enjoyable.

I love marvel and Spider-Man, this movie was so bad I fell asleep for times.

The writer and visual effects people also did good, for I having read a couple of Spiderman titles was thinking how can they make this boring villain interesting, which they did.

Tom Holland's Spider Boy take on the character is still engaging.

They wrote her simply just to be an angsty, brooding, "I'm so weird and quirky about my weirdness but also sarcastic but also cute and independent" type girl that it just came across as really pretentious and honestly stupid.

On an overall scale, Spider-Man: Far from Home is fun, entertaining & sufficiently satisfying in ways most Marvel Studios films are, and it marks the moment where the baton is passed from Tony Stark to Peter Parker, thus establishing the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man as the new mascot of their cinematic universe.

The sense of humor shouldn't be overlooked as well as the unexpected quips, one-liners and awkward exchange in conversations just keeps on coming out like a spider's web.

Bore fest extrodinaire.

I don't really expect Marvel to risk with the structure and narrative of their movies, but I kind of hope they'll somehow find a fresh way to twist their formulaic, simplistic storytelling.

The story line is average, the dialogues can be passed by, and the twist was predictable like an ice cream that was going to melt.


A movie that is funnier, smarter, more thrilling and with over the top action and CGI.

The story was so generic, full of cliche and done so many times before, acting was terrible...

Great film, just a bit disjointed.

A thoroughly enjoyable blockbuster .

The first half of the movie was kind of slow/weirdly paced, which is why I didn't rate this movie higher.

It's enjoyable elements are plenty and make for a fun movie-going experience.

The effects are enjoyable , and Tom Holland does bring his awkward charm to this, but Zendaya looks really bored being here, and her sort of romance with Holland comes together feeling very forced, and very unconvincing, I was more convinced by Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone in The Amazing Spider Man(2012).

I found it to be easy to follow, greatly entertaining and very easy to get pulled into the Marvel Cinematic Universe which they almost always flawlessly create.

Furthermore, one particular scene laced with confusion and bizarre imagery matches what the Mysterio character was all about in the comics.

Boring villain.

By contrast with Thanos, from the last two Avengers' films, The Elementals were utterly boring as enemies, with nothing to say at all about why they want to go about destroying the world or, at least, somebody explaining why they do so.

A coming of age awkward teenage movie with a "spiderman" stamp put on it.

The twist that Quentin Beck aka Mysterio lied about the Elementals and the multiverse was unexpected and shocking.

Slight but entertaining .

Still pretty entertaining and a good post-Endgame MCU flick.

All this stuff just bored me and is obviously pitched at an audience who are experiencing such things now.

It is just fascinating to imagine the situation of the person when he/she gets stuck in that illusion zone.

As a huge marvel and 'MCU' fan I was extremely excited for this highly anticipated sequel to the charming and thoroughly entertaining, Spiderman Homecoming.

Somehow I even found it boring and the monsters attacking Venice or Prague I just don't care.

It's just a pretty average superhero movie with a predictable plot.

Thrilling .

Far From Home is a well placed product then, much like Ant-Man and The Wasp was a bit of an amuse-bouche in the series, so too is this film a bit of a good old return to a smaller but engaging adventure.

There's a lot on Peter Parkers plate in this movie and the director really does a great job of making this enjoyable and unpredictable for the viewer!!

Third movie just made it unbearable with the terrible haircut and acting.

Entertaining and Smart Movie, learned from Mistakes .

I enjoyed it a lot.

Hmmmm are Marvel films getting a little tedious.

I must be getting old but I do remember the first Spider Man movie to be enjoyable.

Don't waste your time on this pointless movie.

Great entertaining movie.

All the characters in this movie are great and given a lot more to do, everything involved with the villain is actually brilliant and way better than Homecoming, performances from everyone are wonderful, the story is funny, goofy but very self aware, entertaining, and engaging, the action scenes and the visual effects are super cool, there is tons of great subtle commentary, the soundtrack is still fantastic, and everything involved with Peter Parker and Spider-Man was great especially in the new direction they took him.

Were as one of Homecoming's most substantial aspects was Michael Keaton's Vulture and his storyline, Far From Home's antagonist proves to be very predictable and frankly forgettable.

Very enjoyable, cute (yes I have a massive crush on Tom Holland) and full of Easter eggs for the Marvel Afficionados.

Now there villain in this movie was corny and predictable, there's no other way to put it I say the twist from a mile away.

Also the hamfisted imitation of Iron Man building stuff that shows up - Tony ostensibly passing the torch, or Peter channeling Tony - boringly blunt treatment for me.