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Meanwhile, Peter is running from these impending obligations; he’s ghosting Nick Fury (a dynamic Samuel L.Jackson handles hilariously), asks relevant questions about why the other superheroes can’t deal with the towering elemental monsters terrorizing all of Europe (Peter can’t even get away from fighting crime on vacation), and is fixated on wooing Zendaya’s inquisitive and intelligent depiction of MJ.All I will say is that Mysterio is handled in a subversive manner where the weight of these events just keeps escalating, his combat evolves (anyone that has played certain parts of the recent Batman games will find some of the trippy visuals as inspiration for the sequences), and Jake Gyllenhaal gradually gets more intense in the role as the story unfolds (for anyone that was worried he might take a Marvel project less seriously than his other endeavors, he is not in paycheck mode).Returning director Jon Watts (a filmmaker who still deserves credit for being able to make the jump from independent cinema to mainstream blockbusters with much skill and success) is once again bringing to life a script from Chris Mc Kenna and Erik Sommers, all of whom are back in top form when it comes to Tom Holland’s Peter Parker and his high school experience while doubling as the friendly neighborhood spider.And even though that section of the material is a fairly traditional Spider-Man story, being surrounded by the aftermath of Endgame gives familiar territory new angles and meaning.If that wasn’t enough, he’s also coming to terms with one of the more bizarrely funny plot threads, Happy (Jon Favreau) having a summer fling with Marisa Tomei’s Aunt May, proving that these movies know how to tap into a variety of awkward life situations for teenagers in funny and relatable ways.

Even without shocks, the globetrotting around Europe is just too damn fun to not fall in love with this movie.Flickering Myth Rating – Film: ★ ★ ★ ★ / Movie: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★Robert Kojder is a member of the Chicago Film Critics Association and the Flickering Myth Reviews Editor.It doesn’t seem like it would be right to say that Martin Starr isn’t as big of a celebrity as he seems to think, because quite honestly he’s been featured in some rather big name shows and movies.It knows that has the heavy burden of dealing with some Endgame leftovers but does so without sacrificing a lick of its own wildly engaging narrative.It knows it has to function as both a movie within a larger franchise but also one that is pushing the reset button on a number of things and is free to not set up too much for the future.

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