• Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

Spider-Man: Far From Home

Release Date: July 2nd, 2019

PG-13 |2 hr 9 min

Plot Summary

Peter Parker's relaxing European vacation takes an unexpected turn when Nick Fury shows up in his hotel room to recruit him for a mission. The world is in danger as four massive elemental creatures -- each representing Earth, air, water and fire -- emerge from a hole torn in the universe. Parker soon finds himself donning the Spider-Man suit to help Fury and fellow superhero Mysterio stop the evil entities from wreaking havoc across the continent.

Cast: Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Zendaya , Jacob Batalon, Tony Revolori

Director: Jon Watts

Genres: Action , Fantasy , Adventure , Comedy

Production Co: Pascal Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Marvel Studios, Walt Disney Pictures

Distributors: Columbia Pictures, Sony Pictures Entertainment

Ratings & Reviews

  • 80
    Matt SingerScreenCrush

    Spider-Man: Far From Home is best viewed as the dessert at the end of an elaborate and overindulgent tasting menu. You’ve already eaten twenty-two courses, you’re totally stuffed and in no mood for more food, and then they bring out the cookie sampler with eight different kinds of homemade sweets and of course you eat it and you’re even more full than before but it was worth it because the cookie sampler is amazing. show more

  • 60
    Todd McCarthyThe Hollywood Reporter

    The young cast, led by Tom Holland as the bashful web-slinger and Zendaya as a shy girl slow to lose her inhibitions, is plenty appealing as well as funny. But without a proper, full-on villain, as well as an adequate substitute for Robert Downey Jr.'s late, oft-mentioned Tony Stark, this comes off as a less than glittering star in the Marvel firmament. show more

  • 60
    Sam AdamsSlate

    Far From Home, which brings back Homecoming director Jon Watts and screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, sometimes strains to match the intensity of the all-out battles in its dialogue scenes, and there are too many exchanges where characters reel off a dozen overlapping half-jokes in the hopes that you’ll come away with the feeling something funny was said. show more

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