This movie ignores central established characters of the comicbooks andinstead is used by its left-liberal makers as a brainwashing propagandapiece of multi-culturalism ideology and political correctness. And no,I'm not a racist, I like talented actors of all races if they fit therole (I also didn't like the whitewashing in Doctor Strange). But theydon't fit their roles and were just cast for the sake of it. Diversityjust for the sake of it, not because it makes any sense with regard tothe story. In many Hollywood movies it's done subtly, but here it'svery extreme and obvious. They should have respected the sourcematerial, but they don't care about the comicbooks. The characters hereare named like in the comicbooks, but have otherwise no similarity intraits and looks (like Flash Thompson is an Indian nerd now who likesto slap Peter's ass, I'm not kidding). The disrespect for thecomicbooks goes much further like no spider-sense, a speaking suit andmuch more silly stuff. It's in many respect the worst Spider-Man movieand no fan can be happy with this.
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 1080p YIFY Movie
Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 1080p
Peter Parker tries to balance his life as an ordinary high school student in Queens with his superhero alter-ego Spider-Man, and must confront a new menace prowling the skies of New York City.
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The Synopsis for Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 1080p
Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
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The Reviews for Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) 1080p
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Spider-Man, at his core, is the original kid superhero. His innocenceand naivete are as important as his intellect and wit. After twoprevious incarnations and five movies, it's this version that finallyputs together a truly faithful portrayal of Peter Parker. Fittingly, ittook the MCU to do it. Tom Holland eschews the portrayals of hispredecessors, and infuses Parker with a genuinely optimistic view ofthe world, and almost a boy crush on Tony Stark. Peter is awkward,nervous and ambitious, to the point where he nearly wrecks himself inorder to show Stark how useful he can be. There is a lot of fun to behad in this movie, be it through Spidey's quips, his amusinginteractions with people, or just times where he falls flat whiletrying to be this great superhero. Peter's classmates get a fair bitmore work; this is the most complete Flash ever put to film, and Ned isa perfect best friend for Peter. It's a fast movie as well, and MichaelKeaton helps keep that going as the counterbalance, his careerrenaissance continuing in excellent fashion. Vulture is not the mostheadline-grabbing Spidey villain, certainly, but neither was ObediahStane for Iron Man, nor Abomination for Hulk. They worked well becauseof who portrayed them, and this is another case of that working in thefavor of the story. Keaton's motivations are simple, but not the sameas a typical villain, which makes him stand out, and potentially showsthat the MCU can create guys who are more than one-trick ponies. Thismovie paces itself well, and just when you think it's safe, it pulls asharp right on you to bring the final act into focus. There's justenough Tony Stark to bolster the bottom line, without having him takeover the film. He's the dad, such as it is, who'd have thought? IronMan is the interweaving thread in this universe, so it's appropriate hebe here, and the aforementioned dad role is amusing and in a way theperfect method to bring Spidey along. Overall, a great time. The stakesaren't as high as they're going to be or have been in MCU movies, butthat's okay. Spidey just needs to keep his feet on the ground.
Another try to show us the same angsty story about power and great responsibility? Wrong! Peter stuck in the middle of the teenage drama? Not quite! Spider-man as an Avenger? Well.... let me stop you there. My first impression when the trailer came out was, well I had a lot of doubts. For instance why there is no Uncle Ben, why Peter's best friend knows his best-guarded secret (that has been reviled in the comics only to help Iron Man's team during Civil War). Aunt May who is even less aware of everything? Iron Man in the background? No 'Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-man'? But then I went to see the movie and to say, I was pleasantly surprised. We got the whole need look at Peter Parker's life. First of all, we've never got to see Peter so young, though Andrew Garfield and Toby Maguire tried. He looks young and he is young. His life isn't exactly defined by his uncle's death. Sure it is implied but at the same time, it doesn't imply that this is why Peter became Spiderman. What we also got to see is Peter who learns how to be a hero. This kid really got one of the most solid moral core among the heroes. And now we can see how he learns how to do his job. It's no longer than 5 minutes of speeded process of embracing the powers, where in one moment he breaks the tap, can't control his 'sticky' powers and performs superhuman reflex and the next scene he has his suit made and his powers under control. No. And that's why it's good. It's funny, comical even, but true. Peter is true, he eats larb, builds lego Deathstar, studies for Spanish quiz, and saves the day. The other thing that surprised me was how well Tom and his real friend Jacob played the dynamic duo of Peter and his 'guy in the chair' Ned. It gives us a bit of fresh view, innocent even when it all is a game, an awesome adventure. And it also gives us A LOT of good humour. Then next we've got Aunt May, who is building a new life with Peter, starting over. She also has some kind of different innocence than we've seen before. She supports Peter and is just a bit more than an episodical character needed for the plot. Another character that has been rebooted is Flash Thompson, Peter's bully. Of course, he still is a bully, but the writers decided to expose the other side of him. For me, it gives a glimpse at the future where after all Peter and Flash became friends and Spider-man's ex- bully becomes a hero, Venom. Additionally, we had a chance to witness Happy's great return, yay!? And finally RJ, we are here. He did good, what did you expect. But he didn't steal the show, oh no. it was A Spider-man movie from the very end. Another pro of the movie is that there is no romance-centric plot. It's not always about getting a girl people! Moving on, that scene! You know which one! You didn't see that coming? Because I didn't. Simple yet great plot twist. But enough about the plot. Then again, the marvellous Marvel logo that constantly gets better and SPIDER-MAN THEME! That's right! The music was good, even though I was hoping to get another catch and a great soundtrack like we had in GoTG and GoTG vol2. Another thing that got me surprised was the camera. We've been served with a whole lot of scenes from new, and different angles. We got lots of different perspectives. General, big, from point of view and the best of all Peter's vlog from Germany. Last but not least brilliance of the credits. It really makes you want to sit there and wait for the credits to end, not like we wouldn't do this anyway. ;) I heard someone saying that they were disappointed with Peter. He was making a fool of himself. He was constantly saying: "I'm sorry but I gotta go" and couldn't get the job done right from the take one. But isn't it just how his life goes? because from what I know it is. Peter is one of the most relatable and at the same time tragic (ok, maybe not that tragic) comic characters. Because of he always, always does what is right. No matter what. he sacrifices his personal life, his love his happiness to make the world a better place. This is the reboot. This is the beginning. This is young Peter learning to be a hero. Him learning about power and responsibility. Learning to stay closer to the ground. And even though teenage Peter being pulled into high schools drama does sound cliché it paradoxically isn't. It's good. It's funny and it's just simply Peter Parker's life.
PS. Don't miss the extra Cap's message, straight from Middletown High.