SPOILER WARNING: This article contains spoilers for "Spider-Man: Far From Home."
As of right now, "Spider-Man: Far From Home," has a score of 90% on the Tomatometer and a score of 96% on the audience rank. In this new Spider-Man movie, it allows us to see how Peter Parker must cope with the loss of his role model, Tony Stark. After the heartbreak, we endured in "Avengers: Endgame," all MCU fans waited in anticipation to see how they were going to keep the father-son relationship alive. We were not disappointed.
I sat in the theater on a Tuesday night at 9:45 p.m. knowing that this movie would be over two hours and that I would need to work the next day, but I remained eager to watch.
The story begins a few months after the death of Tony Stark. Peter Parker is not prepared to fill the role of new "Iron-Man" or prepared to become the next Avenger. We see the relationship between Peter and MJ develop into something we were all hoping for since the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie.
Here comes our villain: Mysterio, a human with no powers, who truthfully had good intentions but a bad execution plan. When Mysterio first appeared, we were all excited to see the blossoming relationship between Peter and him. I wanted to know if there was potentially another father-son relationship.
That was sadly ripped away an hour within the movie. We see Peter lose it all again and has to start at rock bottom. Towards the end of the movie, we see a glimpse of Tony inside of Peter. Peter is creating a brand new suit with the technology Tony created and it gave us that little spark of joy again. Peter will take over Tony's spot, regardless if he believes it or not.
Overall the movie had tons of ups and downs, I laughed and I cried -especially when they forced a decayed Iron Man to rise from the ashes. Except, we don't talk about that.
The movie was the perfect way to begin the next phase of MCU. It gave us that warm-hearted feeling that something better would be down the road and that we could let go of those that we once loved so dearly.
However, you are going to want to definitely want to sit in the theater those few extra moments, and watch the after credit scenes!