Which one is better?
Which one is better?
I know I am swimming against the tide on this one, but I liked Homecoming more than Far From Home. A great deal of my enjoyment of the first MCU Spider-Man movie came from Michael Keaton's Vulture who became my favorite MCU villain even surpassing Thanos. Gyllenhaal was good, to but Keaton made me care as much for him as I did the hero.
I appreciate Homecoming alot more now. Everything was better compared to FFH. Tony Stark being part of the story is also a huge bonus. On top of that it always had that magical touch to it, like it was the most Marvelous Marvel movie.
I should re-watch it tonight. I saw FFH yesterday and was supposed to watch it beforehand anyway.
@blackspidey2099: .... spiderman 3 had peter DANCING ... didnt even show one ounce Peter Parker the genius but go off
that was a weird moment sure. and homecoming didn't show an ounce of peter's intellect either, in fact, it actively undermined his intellect by making him tony stark's charity case.
@blackspidey2099: wel use some common sense & context ... in Spiderman Homecoming he was 15 and was literally only spiderman for max less than a year ..... dude was barey in high school , whats the excuse for the Raimi saga? Dude was what 23-24 by spiderman 3 & never showed an ounce of intellect, justify why he doesnt even though he has almost 8-9 years on MCU spiderman
Far From Home was better in my opinion, though homecoming had a much better villain, mysterio was uninteresting imo. The FFH had a much better romance arc that fit better with the movie, in homecoming it was kinda forced and didn't make much sense, FFH fixed this problem though. I liked the spiderman character arc too, and the bond he had with mysterio, so I was surprised how he was gonna kill Peter just like that without any second thoughts, which was another problem with the movie. Also love how FFH introduced Spidey sense to make a pretty cool final battle. Both are really good tho and are the two best live action spidey films.
‘I liked the spiderman character arc too, and the bond he had with mysterio, so I was surprised how he was gonna kill Peter just like that without any second thoughts, which was another problem with the movie.’
The ‘bond’ was one-sided from Peter’s perspective and fabricated by Beck the whole time though. He was manipulating Peter from the start and was shown to be sociopathic: any feelings of liking or fondness Beck had towards him were pushed aside when Peter stood in the way of his goals. That’s how sociopaths operate- being able to feel limited empathy but having the mentality to block that off when necessary.
Tony Soprano and the Adriana situation is another prime example of this.
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