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We all had our questions after Endgame, and we got answers...and a fun ride across Europe. Tom Holland proves now that he is willing to shake off the "meat and potatoes" Spider-Man and step up to the plate as a top MCU hero. We get more from Spidey and the world around him, from the characters to even the next phase of Marvel's neverending story. The high-swinging adventure still stays bright for the late Stan Lee and Steve Ditko's friendly neighborhood hero!
A movie that sums up why being a superhero is not all peaches and creme, but told in a fun way. As a kid, he's relatable. But as an adult with all the powers in the world, he's just as lovable as the rest of his foster family. Shazam shows that not every DC superhero is above the people they swore to protect. Sure, there's a burden but you can take a load off and have a great time.
Michael Dougherty set out to make a movie that pays tribute to the Godzilla myth, and he succeeded. With Ghidorah, Rodan & Mothra added it is worth it to sit through for the big fights even if you aren't a fan of the stock human characters. But then again, what good is a Godzilla film if it can't have an enjoyable B movie kick to it?
Easily the most anticipated and fulfilling climax of a little more than a decade of superhero stories brought together. Despite its place as the second chapter of a big event, it deals equally as brutal in terms of action and drama. There was no other way it was not going to succeed without what came before it, but its payoff is worth the long, strange trip we've been.