Our friendly neighborhood Super Hero decides to join his best friends Ned, MJ, and the rest of the gang on a European vacation. However, Peter's plan to leave super heroics behind for a few weeks are quickly scrapped when he begrudgingly agrees to help Nick Fury uncover the mystery of several elemental creature attacks, creating havoc across the continent.Written by
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(at around 1h 22 mins) Peter wakes up in the Netherlands covered by an orange shirt. This is a genuine football shirt as issued by the KNVB (the Royal Dutch Football Association) and used by the national football team. Since Peter's cell mates are all wearing supporters' attire and colours, it is heavily implied that they attended a football match, got intoxicated and were all arrested for drunk and disorderly behavior. See more »
The movie makes a big deal out of Mysterio and the Daily Bugle revealing the secret identity of Spider-man to be Peter Parker. However the next scene reveals that Nick Fury was being impersonated by a shape-shifting alien skrull, taking orders from the real Nick Fury.
Since Fury had enough interest in Spider-man to associate and mentor him. Fury would keep track of his protegee's action far beyond London, and would had known about the identity leak, shortly after. Since he would want to protect Parker to keep him as a potential ally, and has 2 shape-shifting skrull aliens, that could help to do a video with both Parker and Spider-man, "visually at the same place". A solution to the cliffhanger happens a second after it was introduced, rendering it null and void. See more »
Nick, this was a tragedy, but it's not why we're here. What are we fighting the weather now?
Locals say the cyclone had a face.
People see things when they're under stress.
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When the Marvel logo appears, the song "I Will Always Love You" is playing. See more »
On August 30, 2019, a new Extended Cut of the film was put into theaters. It had four minutes of new content, which was expected to be a new scene. See more »
Spiderman: Far from Home is not intended to be a serious movie, directed at hard-core fans of the comic books. It's intended to be fun, and it absolutely nails this. It's funny, with engaging characters and - unusually for a super hero movie - some unexpected plot twists. For a welcome change, the end of the movie does not require saving the world. It's well paced to boot; breaks in the action don't descend into boring explorations of angst and devotion to duty. If you want to spend a couple hours away from your life and have a good time, this is your movie.
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