"Spider-Man: Homecoming" → A Tightly Glued Young Man!

Film Synopsis: Several months after the events of Captain America: Civil War, Peter Parker (Tom Holland), with the help of his mentor Tony Stark (Robert Downey, Jr.) tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens, New York while fighting crime as his superhero alter ego, Spider-Man as a new threat emerges: the Vulture.

Out of all of the three Spider men that there have been- Holland really is a natural at it. Maybe having a kid play Spiderman was all that was needed to be a huge success! McGuire was older while Garfield was young, but he wasn't in the same mindset of acting as Holland is. 

I praised Tom Holland's performance in this film. He took it & made it all his own. He was nutty, loopy, and a kid all at the same time while being funny rescuing and saving the day...each and every single day of his life. 

The way that he was introduced by Tony Stark was stellar because Tony Stark is head of the Avengers and he is funny just as Spider man. 

These two work and mesh well together! They really do. They can insult and fight simultaneously. What a combination! Lol! The climax of the film is where Stark told Peter: "if you are nothing without the suit, then you are nothing." 

That was the high point of the film. He was telling him that Peter Parker IS somebody whether he has a cheap spider man suit or not. 

Saving people does NOT mean that you have to remain cryptic & unseen from the world. Saving people comes in all sizes, shapes, and forms. 

He learned that lesson when he had to face the Vulture. Peter learned from Stark & his Aunt may that he is valued and loved and they both wanted him to stay that way. 

There was a twist in the film that I have to admit I did not see coming, but should have been obvious to me. It might to you when you see it, though. The ending of the film with Peter and May is.....