You won't be disappointed!
Although it has its amusing moments, in eneral the plot does not convince.
The acting in this movie is really good.
I liked the first two movies. I was really happy when Tom Holland took Spiderman to marvel. I kind of liked spiderman before. But after seeing Tom Holland in Spideman homecoming, he became my favorite superhero. I saw this movie before I saw homecoming. This movie ruined Spiderman for me untill homecoming came out. This movie is boring, stupid, makes no sense, and i the worst movie I have ever seen.
I don't know when I was a kid i saw a trailer for this and Venom scared the crap out of me. When I saw the movie a few years later with the other two spider man movies and I didn't even know what I was scared of. Because that Venom sucked.ASSSSSSSS!But we only get him in basically the last 30 minutes because before we get to the real venom we get Imo Peter and he sucks. And don't even get me started with that dance party scene which is just awfully cringe. Multiple love subplots with MJ, Peter, Gwen, and Harry that almost go no where. And there are just so many to pick from.Besides Sandman and some good performances and the cgi for the most part are what I really like from this movie. Just let Sony make there own Venom.
Once again the critics are too harsh on a fun, action packed movie! This is BY FAR the best Spider-Man Movie Out Of all 6 Of them! It has tons of eye-popping action with great story telling by Sam Rami. The critics often call out the "emo Peter" scenes for being to silly for a superhero movie, and I agree with them in that regard, but other than that this movie is fantastic. Venom, sandman and the new goblin are some of the BEST villains to ever be put to screen. If you have not seen this movie, now is your chance! DONT LISTEN TO THE CRITICS.
'Spider-Man 3 (2007)' is certainly a step down and 'Emo-Peter', or more specifically his arrogant dancing, is as cringe-worthy as his reputation would suggest (though when viewed on their own these scenes are funny to say the least, it's just that as a part of the overarching narrative they are entirely out of place), but despite its problems this is still a relatively enjoyable picture that has some entertaining sequences and even some nice character moments (some of the stuff with 'The Sandman' and his daughter is quite well done) sprinkled throughout the over-cluttered and generally messy narrative. The action feels a little less impactful than before, mainly thanks to the blatant surrealism of the antagonists who are actually less believable in concept and execution than our spider-enhanced hero and the villains of the prior films, and most of it is too big and too silly to ever feel like our heroes are ever really in danger. It can be fun at times, though, and does have some lasting consequences, leading to an ending that's surprisingly sombre. 6/10