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Spider-Man: Far from Home continues to have Spider-Man create the web that connects the MCU.
Midsommar is intense. It does a great job of having characters react how real people woud react to their situations and allows the audience to take the journey with them. Be warned, however, that it is a bumpy psychological and emotional ride that had me laughing in one moment, then sitting still in awe, and then cringing the next. I think it is a great film to inspire dialogue on mental health, relationships, family, and culture.
This was a refreshing take on a superhero. It was fun, funny, and the action was believable and enjoyable. It's also for a much broader audience as compared to the darker movies that have come out recently.
This is another movie that I enjoyed the first half, even though the characters were annoying - and I know nothing of Pokomon or Pikachu. But the third act completely took me out of it.