Roger Allan

Things I loved about Spider-Man: Homecoming:

-Peters video diary opening during Civil War.
-The soundtrack
-Literally anything Ned said or did.
-Peter saving the cat from the fire too.
-The cheesy videos Cap had to make for detention and gym class.
-“Yeah he’s kind of a war criminal now, but the video is state required.”
-Tony on screen is always a good thing.
-Spidey trying to use web shooters in the suburbs.
-DONALD GLOVER
- “No thanks, I don’t want to celebrate something built by slaves.”
-Marisa Tomei as Aunt May
-the diversity was pretty nice
-Him naming the suit lady Karen
-“Yeah Spider-man!”
-“Yeah Iron-man!”
-“If you really cared you would actually be here!” *Tony steps out of suit*
-The ‘I survive NYC’ shirt with hello kitty pj pants. -Michelle drawing people in distress.
-THE PLOT TWIST
-Peter during all the hoco pictures
-“I’m watching…. uh… porn?”
-Ned when he used the web shooter and saved peter.
-Tom Holland’s acting when the build collapsed on Peter.
-Peter not needing the fancy suit to still be a hero.
-“Actually, my friends call me MJ.”
-The bathroom scene with Happy and Peter.
-PEPPER POTTS
-Possibly Pepper and Tony engagement??
-Aunt May in the end.
-THE LAST AFTER CREDIT SCENE

GUYS I WATCHED SPIDERMAN HOMECOMING HOURS AGO AND I HAVE NEVER BEEN BETTER. TOM IS THE BEST SPIDERMAN EVER AND DO I EVEN HAVE TO TALK ABOUT ROBERT??? DAD! TONY KILLED ME HE WAS THE CUTEST!!! I’M TRYING REAL HARD NOT TO GIVE ANY SPOILERS FOR THOSE WHO HAVEN’T WATCHED IT YET SO I’M GONNA SHUT UP NOW.


IT WAS AMAZING!!!!

BYE

Spiderman: Homecoming (spoilers) (My Opinions)
  • I honestly can’t stress this enough, Tom Holland was the best decision for Spiderman/Peter Parker. I loved him, I loved how he portrayed him and EVERYTHING about him, it was just PERFECT, he was born to be Spiderman (high key lost my senses when he was speaking Spanish too). 
  • Now, Ned, was just the definition of a “best friend”, No doubt about it ! Loved him! I hope we get to see him in the up-coming movies.
  • Aunt May was just the sweetest, and clueless one … until the end (best fucking way to end a movie). 
  • Now, I will say that I liked this Flash because, that’s the kind of Bully I had to deal with in Middle school, Tony did a great job, because I did hate him. 
  • Liz deserved better, I’m not going to lie. 
  • Vulture though … did gave me the creeps, best villain so far. 
  • Tony/Iron Man, was just … he was just trying so hard to be a dad. Loved him, fyi PEPPERONY is back bitches ! (I fangirled too much, I almost ripped my friend’s left arm). 
  • Loved Happy even if at the beginning he was an ass lol. 
  • Stan Lee cameo thooooo
  • The Music/Soundtrack was on point.
  • The end credits animation.
  • Chris Evans ….
  • Now … my only concern (my opinion) was Michelle, now I get it, it was Zendaya, she’s a great actress and all, though I just didn’t found her character and her necessary in this movie(even my friend said it, and she isn’t much into Marvel), like … It was just a “trying hard” character for me, if I’m making any sense. 


That’s like the only thing that bothered me in the whole movie OUT OF THAT, it was an Amazing movie, YOU will definitely, laugh your ass off, get on the edge of your seat, fangirl most of the time, and end up adopting a 15 year old that has superpowers. 

BTW we get a sneak peak of Peter’s suit for Infinity War …

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