Cebu Blogger: I have seen the Spider-Man Homecoming movie just days ago. Have you? If no, then I think hitting the cinemas now is a perfect idea as it’s really worth to watch. At first, I was hesitant to the invitation given in a short span of time but I shrugged off my boredom and went ahead to see the movie with some friends. I grabbed a few “snackies” courtesy of The Movie Snack Bar in Ayala Cinemas and had the barbecue-flavored pop corn which I instantly liked.
Fast track to the movie itself, I thought it was a creative superhero flick which involves young Spidey, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and Liz Allan (Laura Harrier) that gave the story a touch of young campus romance. Which a lot of young movie-goers would like.
On the first segment of the movie, it shows the young Peter Parker as a typical teenager who does selfies and vlogs (video blog) for his followers to see on social media or what the majority of the “millennials” often do nowadays. I think he’s the kind of Spidey who likes to document his daily endeavors in a more frantically funny medium.
To note, It is the most racially-sensitive spidey film series that sets Jacob Batalon (a Filipino-American actor) as Ned who acts as Peter Parker’s best friend. Jacob’s obvious Asian features is a no-brainer.
I don’t want to spoil you with details of the movie, you have to watch it yourself too. Well, Tony Stark (played by Robert Downey Jr.) certainly has been monitoring the young Parker’s activities but sometimes, people will always have a quick way to get away with things. You will know what I mean.
Expect cameo appearances of Avenger, Captain America (played by Chris Evans) and up to the post credits.
Let me share with you one lesson through a quote from one of the dialogues between Tony and Peter. Tony said to Peter: “If you‘re nothing without this suit then you shouldn’t have it.”
Feel free to watch this clip: