Take Me To The Movies: Spider-Man: Far From Home

“Spider-Man Far From Home”

This ‘Spider-Man’ picks up right after the events of ‘Avengers: Endgame.’ Tom Holland as Spidey is great and he will have a lot of longevity in this role, mostly because he looks so young. Zendaya is always great as his love interest.  

My daughter Cayley and I both went to review this for Shelli. That way we’d have a teen’s perspective and mine (of course we had another reviewer that refused to move over one seat so we could sit together. So we sat on each side of him). I went to get a “Jim Kerr style” bucket of popcorn- you know with the gobs of fake butter- and proceeded to pass it back and forth over him.

Anyway back to the review- a new superhero is introduced, “Mysterio,” played by Jake Gyllenhall. He looks like a deep sea diver who flies. Love the effect in the fishbowl type face mask.

The movie has a significant twist at the very end that’ll leave you saying "What! Huh!" …and it sets you up for the next ‘Spider-Man’ installment. You'll get no spoilers here, but when you see it you'll know what I'm talking about. Cayley thought it took a while to get to the real plot, but once it did she enjoyed it.

Cope: ♥

Cayley: 3 ½ ♥


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