Spider-Man Homecoming – HISHE Review (SPOILERS)

Spider-Man Homecoming - HISHE Review (SPOILERS)

Spider-Man Homecoming - HISHE Review (SPOILERS)

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Spider-Man Homecoming - HISHE Review (SPOILERS)

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75 thoughts on “Spider-Man Homecoming – HISHE Review (SPOILERS)”

  1. 1) Logan (8.5/10)
    2) Homecoming (8.5/10)
    3) Wonder Woman (8/10)
    4) Guardians of the Galaxy vol 2 (8/10)
    5) Lego Batman (8/10)

    Not gonna lie, this year is almost as good as 2014.

  2. My ranking of the Spider-man films:
    1. Spider-man 2
    2. Spider-man
    3. Spider-man Homecoming
    4. TASM
    5. Spider-man 3
    6. TASM 2

  3. What if Tobey Maguire was Uncle Ben!
    It’s probably not happening but it would be so cool

  4. I find the line “If you’re nothing without the suit, then you shouldn’t have it.” both brilliant and fitting for Tony to say. Think back to the 1st Avengers movie when Cap asks Tony who he is without the Iron Man suit, and Tony quickly remarks “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.”, proving that he is something even without the suit.

    Now, think back to Peter. Why do we love him so much? It’s not just because he’s Spider-man, but he’s a relatable and intelligent teenager trying to be responsible in life. If we only cared about Spider-man and not Peter Parker, then he’d truly be nothing without the suit.

  5. micheal keaten killed it! the car scene on way to prom was easily one of the most tension filled scenes ive seen in a movie

  6. I felt like the Karen addition and all the different web types was kinda like a reflection of Stark’s personality, as he did make Peter’s suit. The Iron man suit has many different features, has a combat system, has a personal assistant, and because that’s just how Stark knows how to make suits, a few of those traits transferred to the making of Peter’s suit, which I loved!

  7. Jaiswal Siddharth lemme fix this
    Better at Peter Parker = Tobey
    Better at Spider-Man = Andrew
    Perfect mix = Tom

  8. And in the end, he takes Vulture down in his old outfit. They say clothes make the man, but a suit does not make a hero.

  9. voidxgrimes yeah like Andrew was way to cool to be a believable Peter. Tobey always lacked a certain confidence whenever he put on the suit. And I’m rlly glad they steered away from obvious villains. And I’m hoping they find a way to tie in Oscorp. Like maybe they buy the old avengers tower.

  10. roses are red
    violet’s are blue
    the world’s changing boys
    time we changed too

  11. Is everyone ignoring the fact that since tony stark sold the avengers tower it might become Oscorp? Well that’s what I’ll like to see

  12. Oh wow, I didn’t make the connection between his name, “The Vulture”, and how it ties into his character backstory.

    Because he is always left to pick up the scraps. Interesting, interesting.

  13. Isaac Pedregon That would be awesome because the Stormin’ Norman would be introduced

  14. If I was Spider-Man in the movie, I would have went all Frozone from the Incredibles and been like “Tony, where’s my super-suit?!”

  15. Tortuga2323 -Agreed. He was terrifying and sinister. Peter looked like he was dying to get out of that car, like any sane person would be. Then he knows he HAS to do the right thing and stop him! Keaton is one of the best Marvel villains.

  16. Tortuga2323 loved the little detail with the stoplight when keaton connected the dots.

  17. KristOfersLV spiderman #33’s cover. I’m surprised not a lot of people noticed.

  18. VSFalcon Eh, he’s still way younger than the current Aunt May and older women do a better job of looking younger than men do. He still looks like he’s in his 30’s…

  19. At the rate that Spiderman gets reboots, eventually Tobey will be old enough to be Uncle Ben

  20. I think it’s probably some combination of these thoughts. He’s saying so much with this single line and it reflects much of the journey that tony stark has made himself.

  21. It’s the single most amazing moment of spiderman comics, he lifts tons of debris way over his power capabilities, something on the level of hulk’s strength, to save aunt may. Still brings chill to the bones when I remember.

  22. What I’d love to see is them animate those tingly bolts around spidey’s head like in the comics.

  23. I thought of it as, the whole movie, he asks both Happy and the suit for help, with using his powers and becoming a real hero. At the end, he tries to get the help of others so he could rise up and save the day, but he realizes that if he’s ever going to be a real hero, there isn’t going to be anyone he could call to. I don’t know, that’s just how I viewed it.

  24. Homecoming was good but logan was on a different level. Haven’t seen wonder woman yet. Lost interest in the DC thing despite this one being supposedly good. And I like history and dont feel ww1 is a good setting for a superhero movie.

  25. I don’t know. There seems to be plenty who only care about Spider-Man and don’t care about Peter Parker. If that wasn’t the case, then we wouldn’t have Miles. :p So obviously, there are people who only care about taking the name.

  26. Link2124 I gasped as well as a few others. I live in Oregon so when Liz told Peter she was moving to that state the audience kinda laughed/cheered.

  27. Can you stop? He has it. They also didn’t mention any of his other abilities, but they showed them. Just like Spider-Sense. Tbh, I like that they’re not drawing attention to his Spider-Sense. Makes it feel more real.

  28. I used to have that issue. Awesome moment and I was so thrilled to see it on screen.

  29. My first reaction is that would be awesome, I love Green Goblin / Norman Osborn as a villain. But… I honestly really don’t need to see another one on film. I guess if they did a version where he isn’t a super villain at all, but is just a mastermind, maybe creates some spider slayers, that would be cool.

  30. Max Geiser you’re right, but in the future, I actually wouldn’t mind seeing Spidey using web tasers, I believe perhaps he could make his own, and show off some Peter Parker intelligence 🙂

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