Spider-Man: Homecoming is a fun, teen-friendly take on one of Marvel’s most enduringly popular characters. Starring actual teen Tom Holland as web-slinging high schooler Peter Parker, its spirit is very much in line with the original comics. Part superhero movie, part high-school coming-of-age story, it’s bouncy, likable and completely devoid of threat.
The movie is a must watch if you are looking at a movie which is happy and complete entertainment. The characters are well defined and the plot gripping as well as entertaining. Let us tell you a bit about the plot now
Peter Parker who is a 15-year-old boy- trying to be a man acts like a puppy trying to please Tony stark. Mr. Stark has given him hi tech costume, which is on training period. He is learning the perks of the costume.He stumbles across a crime scene beefed up with some serious alien-sourced weapons tech and he finds himself on the radar of scissor-winged scavenger the Vulture (Michael Keaton). Meanwhile, in the real world, he struggles with teen angst, high-school social standing and a crush on Liz (Laura Harrier), the unobtainable debate-club beauty.
He follows the villain all by himself without informing Stark, ends pissing off Stark and losing his hi-tech costume. Leading a normal life, reality hits Parker when he comes to know that his crush’s father is the culprit of all the weird kind of gadgets he encountered. And then the action starts with the boy turning into man and realizing that power is not in his costume but within him.
As always with Spider-Man, there are messages about power and responsibility, finding strength within yourself, being brave, and persevering. And the cast is impressively, realistically diverse; Peter’s friends, classmates, and teachers.
Overall it is a good movie worth a one time watch for people who are even not fan of Peter Parker.