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It’s impossible to not know what scene I’m referring to when you see it, and when it occurs, prepare for the second half to ramp up the stakes to an unexpected level that, when the dust settles, will forever change quite a few things about this ongoing franchise.
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.
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.
And although the destruction of famous landmarks is exhilarating to watch, it’s also a necessary distraction from the actual battles against the elemental demons that are nothing more than a barrage of special effects with no gravity to anyone’s attacks.
Sure, the vibrant colors are all aesthetically pleasing, but I will remember more about the endangered civilians and various buildings that come crashing down (Spider-Man is tasked with holding to of them upright while standing from a bell tower, which is easily one of the most beautiful and tense sights to take in from any superhero movie) than about what brought the water monster down.
SYNOPSIS: Following the events of Avengers: Endgame, Spider-Man must step up to take on new threats in a world that has changed forever.