Spider-Man: Far From Home
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Spider-Man: Far From Home is another great movie in the MCU lineup and improves on Homecoming. With another great performance by Tom Holland, and one of the highlights of the movie is Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio. The movie also displays two different types of high school relationships suprisingly accurately and has a great overall story. Far From Home is the follow up of Endgame the MCU needed.
For the sixth Spider-Man movie in a decade, Homecoming still seems fresh and new which is greatly helped with the performance of Tom Holland. There is great humour and a good arc for Peter Parker as well. Michael Keaton as the Vulture is a great villain especially when he is just talking to Peter.
With enough action and humour it gets by as another enjoyable enough MCU origin story. Samuel L. Jackson and Goose are great but Brie Larson as captain marvel herself is not amazing. It is about as good as Iron Man 3 if you can get past the Mandarin.
The fantastical approach to a biopic works extremely well, and makes sure no part of the film is boring. Taron Egerton as Elton John is amazing and could easily be nominated. Overall Rocketman captures the highs and lows of Elton John's life in an exciting way.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is a visually stunning, hilarious, action packed, heartfelt masterpiece. The voice acting from everyone here is great and the movie feels just like a comic book.