Overall Rank: 1993
Average Rating: 2.9/4
# of Ratings: 38
Theatrical Release Date: 07/03/2019
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/01/2019
Genre: Action, Adventure
MPAA Rating: PG-13
Director: Jon Watts
Actors: Tom Holland, Jake Gyllenhaal, Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Samuel L. Jackson, Cobie Smulders
Plot: While on vacation in Europe with his friend, friendly-neighborhood Spider-Man Peter Parker is ready to unwind and leave the hero behind - but when he's approached by Nick Fury, he gets serious, trying to stop a series of elemental attack and coming face-to-face with a new, dangerous foe, Mysterio. -- Chris Kavan
Quick Movie Reviews
Indyfreak - wrote on 11/26/2019
Despite an uneven script, Far From Home is a solid sequel to Spider-Man: Homecoming. Tom Holland is likable as ever as Peter Parker. His relationship with MJ (Zendaya) felt more natural this time. The scene-stealer is Jake Gyllenhaal as the crafty illusionist Mysterio. The first half honestly was hard to get through. It’s not necessarily bad but standard awkward comedy mixed with big cgi monsters. Once the central plot twist happens, which comics geeks can figure out quick, the movie wakes up and gains a sense of much needed urgency. The acting is more real and the action scenes become more creative. The best part is the post-credit scene. It’s one of the best in the MCU yet.
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 07/04/2019
Coming off "Endgame," this "Spider-Man" sequel has some big shoes to fill. "Far From Home" is worthy of Marvel fans' time even though it doesn't bring the themes it carries over from the last "Avengers" film into full focus.
Full Movie Reviews
Yojimbo - wrote on 03/07/2020
Peter Parker hopes to take a break from superhero life and use his school trip to Europe as an opportunity to get closer to M.J. but Nick Fury and a new hero named Mysterio have other plans for him.
The jokey tone of Tom Holland’s first outing as your friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man returns in the first post-Endgame instalment of the Marvel universe. After such an intense and heavily intertwined finale to the franchise, Far From Home feels very, very lightweight in comparison. The gags flow thick and fast, almost to the point where the film begins to feel like self-parody and in fact the script even pokes fun at the original comic book stories upon which the film is based. The premise flirts with the whole “fake news culture” and uses this as an excuse for the welcome …
Matthew Brady - wrote on 07/28/2019
“What the fu - !”
After the devastating, yet spectacularly epic “Endgame”, I was incredibly curious about ‘Far From Home’ continuation on an event of a satisfying conclusion. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again, Spider-man was always my favorite hero growing up. I think it’s the grounded side to the character that I connect with the most. When the movie began with a “I will always love you” by Whitney Houston, I was both hooked and emotionally moved.
‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is a solid adventure that’s self aware enough of it’s own cheesy plot. From start till finish I was entertained with some of the jokes and how great of a character Peter Parker/Spider-Man truly is. The movie itself approaches ‘the snap’ with the sense of “meh, not …
Chris Kavan - wrote on 07/14/2019
Far from Home has the tough job of bridging the gap between the culmination of the entire MCU to date (namely, the huge Endgame) and what is still shrouded in much mystery as the next phase. But as the MCU has proven time and time again in the past, everyone involved in more than up for the task and Far from Home is a lot of fun while still delivering some exciting developments about where the MCU will go from here.
A lot of people were wondering how the whole Endgame let's bring everyone back who was snapped by Thanos would work out. Far from Home, in a student-video introduction, not only pays homage to the heroes that were lost but also recounts how the "blip" worked - seemingly everyone who disappeared just reappeared where they were (although the MCU bigwigs confirmed that people …