It’s 2019 we have a group of high school teenagers on a European trip behaving like it’s the 1950s. What a bunch of Geeks, this also includes their two chaperones. I’m also baffled by the title Spider-Man: Far From Home. Spidey (Peter Parker) went to Europe, an eight hour flight is not very ‘Far From Home’.
It should have been called : Dysfunction Junction, or how to put an audience to sleep in two hours or less. After watching Avengers: Endgame multiple times, this follow-up is easily one of the worst Marvel films of all time, a total and complete embarrassing, incoherent mess.
Half the world’s population disappeared for five years, along with the demise of the Avengers. Yet, Spider-Man’s only problem seems to be mustering up the courage to ask MJ on a date? The character interactions in Toy Story 4 are on a higher maturity level.
Couple this with cheesy, bombastic special effects, and second-rate villain Mysterio who first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #13 from June of 1964. Marvel had to have dug deep into the archives for that one.
Since Avengers: Endgame, it’s become more than obvious that a teenager who dresses up in spandex, and Nick Fury are not going to have an easy time saving what’s left of the Marvel Universe.