Spider-Man Homecoming Movie Review 2017 – Defenders TV Podcast Episode 107

There’s a brand new Peter Parker and our Spider-Man Homecoming Movie Review is here to continue our Summer of Spider-man. We discuss our Top 5 points as usual about the second big screen outing for Tom Holland’s Spider-man after Captain America: Civil War we spoil it all in our SPOILER FILLED Spider-Man Homecoming Movie Review. Check out our reviews of the first three Spider-man movies here:

Spider-Man (2002)

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

Spider-Man 3 (2007)

Spider-Man Homecoming Movie Review

Synopsis for our Spider-Man Homecoming Movie Review

Directed by: Jon Watts

Screen Story by: Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley

Written by:  Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis DaleyJon WattsChristopher Ford Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers.

In the wake of the Battle of New York between the Avengers and the Chitauri construction worker Adrian Toomes (Michael Keaton) is set up for a big payday with the rebuilding of New York. When Damage Control, a new business venture for Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), comes and takes the work out from under him. Toomes vows to change his ways to take advantage of the new order of things. Eight years later, after returning from his own adventure with The Avengers Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is struggling to fit back into high school. Too nervous to approach high school senior Liz (Laura Harrier) and too absorbed by his brief brush with superheroes to focus on the debate team, Peter spends all of his time contacting Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) looking for his next mission. When he comes across some illegal arms traders in New York, Peter takes the opportunity to prove once and for all that he can step up from being a small time hero. After he crosses paths with the leader of the gang Adrian Toomes, now going by the moniker Vulture, and almost destroys the Staten Island Ferry, Tony is more convinced than ever that Peter isn’t ready. But after removing all of the gadgets and toys Tony has given him, Peter steps up to the challenge and foils Toomes plan to  steal more of Stark’s tech from under his nose. Peter is rewarded with an even more improved spider suit and a full time place at Avengers Academy. But realising he has plenty of life ahead of him he decides to work his way up as a friendly neighbourhood Spider-man.

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John, Chris and Derek

Defenders TV Podcast

Date recorded: 12/07/2017
Date published: 17/07/2017
MP3, 125.27 mins, 96kbps, 86.4 MB

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