How Marvel Fixed a Franchise - Spider-Man: Homecoming

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  • captainmidnight
    captainmidnight  10 miesięcy temu +173

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    • A X B
      A X B 11 dni temu

      Liked the video, and towards the end was looking for another like button. Gj :)

    • Cassius Felix
      Cassius Felix Miesiąc temu

      captainmidnight okay thank you very much

    • S.W.O.R.D.
      S.W.O.R.D. Miesiąc temu

      @Captainmidnight PLease don't blame Marvel . Marvel makes Marvel . They have no intention to dictate or inspire other studios. Kevin feige is just a really good producer . Period.

    • Katelyn Murray
      Katelyn Murray 2 miesięcy temu

      Simply the best- you are only sort of right. You see, Spiderman Homecoming was especially unique in the sense that, at first, Peter is just wearing sweats, a sweatshirt, and a ski mask with crude goggles I mean, do you really expect a teenager to make the Spiderman suit we see in most versions of spiderman? True, Spiderman does sort of become an iron man jr, but that was because a) marvel wanted a different sort of father figure for Peter (Tony stark) and Tony can't resist the chance to make a different sort of suit without being unrealistic, and b) Tony stark mentoring peter / Peter getting a high-tech new suit was the perfect
      Way to incorporate Spiderman into the mcu. Sorry if this comment is obnoxiously long or whatever, I am a huuuge Tom Holland can 😁

  • Amber
    Amber 16 godzin temu

    I had never seen a marvel movie until a month ago when I binged them all starting with Iron man. I fell in love, but especially so with Spiderman Homecoming. I just think there was something really special about it. I think the main complaint is with Tony Stark playing such a heavy roll, but to me, I love the relationship of Peter Parker and Tony Stark. I don't think it's crucial to the film because Holland is such a stellar actor on his own, but just a really fun pairing in the story of films as a whole. I think we see that again in THAT scene from infinity war with Tony and Peter. I mean that's the scene everyone talks about again and again.

  • nba73
    nba73 Dzień temu

    Definitely a better reboot than the amazing Spider-Man films. Did a lot of things differently and loved how it had low stakes about some criminals selling some weapons. Perfect mission for a 15 year old Spider-Man who just wants to protect the neighborhood and staying close to the ground.

  • Shoky The Great
    Shoky The Great 2 dni temu

    Tobey is the real spiderman. All others are just bad copy. I mean, seriously Iron man Jr?! Bs

  • Johnny 19
    Johnny 19 2 dni temu

    I need to see the amazing spider man 3

  • chrishdk
    chrishdk 3 dni temu

    Homecoming isn’t bad, I thought Garfield played Parker perfectly.

  • Cam M
    Cam M 5 dni temu

    I might agree if it was called ironboy jr but as far as a spiderman movie it missed alot of marks for me personally but hey to each his own.

  • Jeff Padilla
    Jeff Padilla 5 dni temu

    I did believe that Homecoming as the closest to the comic character of Spiderman and didn't give us all the stuff ever reboot suffers from.

  • Jeremy Trenter
    Jeremy Trenter 7 dni temu

    Cool video. Might even subscribe after checking out a few more from you.

  • Deadpool
    Deadpool 10 dni temu

    I always find it a shame that Marvel has set the bar so high that it feels like we won’t ever see a movie based DCU on The same scale and quality as the MCU

  • 4banger boi
    4banger boi 11 dni temu

    I larb the old spiderman

  • SkyLizard MsArianna
    SkyLizard MsArianna 12 dni temu

    Home coming reboot Ruined his character. Amazing Spider-man Ruined Spider-man. -
    STOP REBOOTING Spider-man Unless you bring back Toby. He was the best Spider-man. Homecoming and Amazing are terrible adaptions."

  • Jerno's Comics & Pop Culture

    WOW! You absolutely get it! I really appreciated your break down. Someone who has seemed to have read all the comics, and truly understands why the MCU Peter Parker is the MOST accurate on screen portrayal yet.

  • Cal Q. Lyss
    Cal Q. Lyss 13 dni temu

    I liked the homecoming score.......

  • K.R.M
    K.R.M 14 dni temu +2

    They only good thing of the movie were the costume's

  • Kyla Sharma
    Kyla Sharma 15 dni temu +1


  • decentradical
    decentradical 15 dni temu

    The monologue problem is also what David Lynch ran into when he tried to make Dune. The book is an all-knowing perspective that shows all the character's own thoughts at the same time. He faithfully reproduced that but it basically meant that there were long awkward pauses where you saw the face of an actor while voiced-over their personal thoughts. It's a big sin in filmmaking and a big reason why it didn't do well. I wonder how Villeneuve will navigate this problem in his version of Dune, he can't rely on an AI solution considering AI is strictly forbidden in that universe.

  • NimbulBlack
    NimbulBlack 16 dni temu


  • Le Meme Network
    Le Meme Network 16 dni temu

    Wow!!! What an amazing video 👏

  • Audrey and Remington
    Audrey and Remington 16 dni temu

    They hired an actor under 30 years old.

  • Nul Atlas
    Nul Atlas 16 dni temu

    Rest in peace Stan Lee

  • Parsa Karimaghaei
    Parsa Karimaghaei 17 dni temu

    Homecoming was aight.

  • SPK Projects Variety Channel

    I couldn't agree more! ❤

  • Neapto
    Neapto 17 dni temu

    But we all know that ps4 Spider-Man is the best right?

  • Edy E
    Edy E 17 dni temu +1

    I don't agree, i think that this movie was by far the WORSE spider man movie.

  • JustAnotherYoutubeChannel

    They did fix it my nigga Spider-Man was ass before

  • Siah
    Siah 17 dni temu

    He never needed fixing

  • Selina Z
    Selina Z 17 dni temu

    Oh my god, this comment section.

  • dragonball slayer326
    dragonball slayer326 17 dni temu

    Toby mcguire is my favorite spider man

  • dragonball slayer326
    dragonball slayer326 17 dni temu

    70s spider man is terrifying

  • SunBreaker Things
    SunBreaker Things 17 dni temu

    Lowkey thought Toby Maguire was commentating for the first minute

  • Justin Lewis
    Justin Lewis 17 dni temu

    Strong observations. Some I feel the same way about and some devices I hadn't considered before.

  • NSGrendel
    NSGrendel 18 dni temu

    I played the shit out of that Atari 2600 game. The second level was basically designed for people who play Ikaruga.

  • Mensch 000
    Mensch 000 18 dni temu

    You really should be working on those big movies, helping them to get the movies right :D

  • Luna Aurora
    Luna Aurora 18 dni temu +2

    well this video has aged poorly since Spiderverse has come out

  • Jmcgee1125
    Jmcgee1125 18 dni temu

    Very well done. I think you oversaid "Marvel has issues," a single time would have been fun, or at least give examples. I'd have focused this on just the movie itself. I do like the analysis, however, and I agree with it. Homecoming was a very well done movie and a very well done Spiderman movie. They knew who Spiderman was and who he could be, as well as the journey needed to get him there.

  • Austin Guerrero
    Austin Guerrero 18 dni temu

    Because of Tom Holland

  • Anya Catherine Braginski

    Spider Man: Homecoming actually borrows many things from Miles Morales

  • retro gaming
    retro gaming 19 dni temu +1

    Marvel should take my idea of SkeleBoy Skele boy is a kid with sans’s powers

  • NspPrick
    NspPrick 19 dni temu

    Best Spiderman is in Marvel vs Capcom 2!

  • Kimberly Klaus
    Kimberly Klaus 19 dni temu

    I knew Tom Holland was just the right blend of Peter Parker and Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War when he grabbed Bucky Barnes' hand in mid punch and blurted "You have a metal arm? That is AWESOME, dude!" I thought, "At last. They did it."

  • SirTyJensen
    SirTyJensen 19 dni temu

    Homecoming is my favorite Spider-Man movie and yes Tom Holland is my favorite Spider-Man.

  • Flora Tinuviel
    Flora Tinuviel 19 dni temu

    Nah. Tobey Maguire will always be Spider Man for me. The others are really dull. The new guy looks like hes no older than 12 years old.

  • VigilAntiks
    VigilAntiks 19 dni temu

    "We'll fix Spiderman...and screw up everyone else around him, genius!"

  • Vincenzo Angeloni
    Vincenzo Angeloni 19 dni temu

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  • Recaf.Decaf
    Recaf.Decaf 19 dni temu

    it's hard to say one of the worst Spiderman movie is fixing the franchise

  • Eric Coldfire
    Eric Coldfire 19 dni temu +2

    I used to agree that Marvel finally fixed Spider-Man, until I saw how Sony nearly perfected Spider-Man in the PS4 game.
    Now, I absolutely cannot stand Marvel's bastardization of this character.

  • Jacob Staten
    Jacob Staten 19 dni temu

    The only thing wrong with the Amazing movies is that they were too long, which many superhero movies are guilty of. Otherwise they're very faithful to the source material and enjoyable. If Homecoming came out first, it would get the same hate simply because it wasn't the Raimi series. If you buffed up the cgi from thr Raimi series and had someone who's never seen any way all of them, there is a solid chance they wouldn't agree with the neck beards.

  • Metaru Gia
    Metaru Gia 20 dni temu

    dude your nerdiness is off scale but great video and content, short but right between the eye...

  • Ross Larsen
    Ross Larsen 20 dni temu

    I like the kid, I like some of the action, I like Mary Jane, but I really hate the way they've made him the valet of Iron Man. What is that cr*p? Yes sir Mr. Stark sir. This is Spiderman! people. Spidey! He's bad a*s in his own right and doesn't need to wait for someone else's marching orders. Then they further suck it up by throwing a bunch of technology into the picture, so he's even more of a sub iron man. Iron Man is just a guy without the suit. Spiderman has POWERS, really bitchin powers, and doesn't need all that cr*p. I very much prefer a Spidey who's solo, as he was in most of the comics, not just one of 27 million other avengers.

  • Zach Da Mack
    Zach Da Mack 20 dni temu

    Spider-man is my favorite superhero ever. I enjoyed ur video, thank you for making it

  • Staff Sargent Wubbus
    Staff Sargent Wubbus 20 dni temu

    Marvel ruined Spider-Man

  • Dracorientalis
    Dracorientalis 21 dzień temu +1

    Wait.. no! THEY DIDN'T. It was a slight improvement and they also made mistakes all of their own. because they pandered to "spiderman" fans who aren't spiderman fans and in fact aren't even really movie fans. We will NOT get a real accurate spiderman movie not any time soon at least. Studios are afraid now to just make the damn movies. They were too afraid to my homecoming a Spiderman movie. So they made the 'let's not upset people" the didn't fix shit.

  • abhijeet adhikary
    abhijeet adhikary 21 dzień temu

    did u mean how they ruined him?

  • Zsolt Végh
    Zsolt Végh 21 dzień temu +1

    story was ridiculous and that CGI suit was hard to watch. Seeing it once was more than enough. Never again, thanks!

  • Ragnhildur S. Bergsdóttir

    Well of course the Suit is going to feel like Tony Stark Junior, the dude has basically adopted the kid.

  • Dragonare 17
    Dragonare 17 21 dzień temu

    If talking to himself was a award deadpool will come out with a thousand thropies

  • shadow0444
    shadow0444 22 dni temu +2

    no they didnt fix it, i still believe it has his awful flaws.

  • Emma tremblay
    Emma tremblay 22 dni temu

    What do you mean home coming was and is grateful you nutty dude

  • Stephen Taylor
    Stephen Taylor 22 dni temu +5

    Spiderman : Homecoming was not as good everyone thinks it is. . The cast is on the whole great performance particularly Holland , Zendaya and Keaton The plot was wafer thin and the climax was disappointing and did a disservice to the villain. Marvel basically recycled the best aspects of both Iron Man and Iron Man 3 but did them not as well. So because of that it just leaves me disappointed . Homecoming was okay but it could have been so much more. That said Holland has clearly learned from the master RDJ when comes to doing the fast rambling Marvel-talk thing that somehow makes sense. Chris Pratt and Paul Rudd have mastered that art too.

    • Lola A.
      Lola A. 22 dni temu

      +Stephen Taylor Watch HiTop Films' Homecoming is a Bad Spider-Man Movie. The video is the most popular critique video on Homecoming. The video's like to dislike ratio and the mixed reactions in the comments show the controversy on this movie.

    • Stephen Taylor
      Stephen Taylor 22 dni temu

      +Lola A. Not sure about that..

    • Lola A.
      Lola A. 22 dni temu

      I will say that it's a fairly flawed movie. However, you are wrong and the audience's feelings towards the movie. It is arguably the most controversial Spidey flick.

  • eram jahangeer
    eram jahangeer 23 dni temu

    I know right the thing I most remember about watching spider Man in other media types is that he was goofy dorky kid that just wanted to help. The other movies didn't do good job of showing me a child trying his best to be a hero he needed at one point and that's why homecoming is my favorite

  • Papa Chomsky
    Papa Chomsky 23 dni temu +1

    disagree, this was a iron man jr movie not a spiderman movie

  • japascho
    japascho 23 dni temu

    one day people forget the old spiderman films and we NEED an origin with spiderbite, ben dieing and a lot of web swinging!

  • Tianxiao Zhang
    Tianxiao Zhang 23 dni temu

    Good work.

  • James Harris
    James Harris 23 dni temu +1

    To bad all marvel villains suck

  • Mats thesweboy
    Mats thesweboy 24 dni temu

    Your fucking kidding, right? Homecoming sucked.... The first 3 movies done are still the best.

  • JOSS
    JOSS 24 dni temu

    In the movie spiderman talks to Karen says "i put a tracker on some guy... yeah he's a bad guy *nods to Karen* "

  • Rajesh Lal
    Rajesh Lal 24 dni temu

    Homecoming is a good movie

  • What's Up Danger?
    What's Up Danger? 25 dni temu

    There's quite a bit of good and bad things about Homecoming for me. So first off the things I really liked: Obviously Tom Holland's performance as Peter Parker as well as Spider-Man is spot on and highly enjoyable. Aside from that the MCU suit is by far my favourite Spider-Man suit ever because the overall design and especially the eyes look so so awesome and Just SCREAM Marvel to me. Next up is Vulture. He was a surprisingly great villain with Michael Keaton nailing the performance. Compared to what he is in the comics (a very unappealing villain in my opinion) it was a huge step up.
    Next up is the bad stuff about Homecoming for me: The fact that his suit is packed to the rim with technological stuff as well as an A.I. is very over the top and not like Spider-Man at all (Tho it's overall design is just awesome as previously stated in the pros). Another thing that comes to mind is that Spider-Man is extremely reliant on Tony Stark as well as other characters (Tho it's more Stark than anyone else) which shouldn't really be the case... I know he's still very young but usually Peter Parker had to grow up pretty fast with what was happening and grew as a character with the stuff he experienced. So overall Spider-Man as a whole feels like he's under the Baby Monitor Protocol in the entirety of the MCU much like his suit is in the movies with all the characters supporting him and not giving him time to shine as his own hero. Furthermore (and that's probably more of a personal thing) it really bugs me not to see Spidey swinging around in Manhattan like we're used to see... I get cutting out the spider bite as well as Uncle Ben's death made sense but him not swinging around In Manhattan is pretty much a bummer for me (and it looks like "Far From Home" won't solve that as it mainly plays in Europe). Oh and a last complaint from me would be these REALLY annoying classmates of Peter with the exception of Ned who's actually pretty funny.
    I just really hope this version of Spider-Man will feel like Spider-Man in the future as he still has plenty of time to grow.
    PS: Sorry for the wall of text.

    • What's Up Danger?
      What's Up Danger? 10 dni temu +1

      +Lola A. It's fine. I'm sure we're both curious to see how the movie will eventually turn out.

    • Lola A.
      Lola A. 10 dni temu

      +What's Up Danger? I feel Nick will have different role than Tony from a few hints in the trailer but we'll have to wait and see. Also, sorry I misinterpreted you when you talked about the Baby Monitor protocol.

    • What's Up Danger?
      What's Up Danger? 10 dni temu

      +Lola A. Well it's not only about Tony because Far From Home already seems to use Nick Fury for that role Tony previously had. And yeah I know swinging scenes aren't important from a story telling perspective but they still are a pretty big part of the character himself and are always fun to watch (for me anyways). And I didn't know the ASM people are doing the swinging now... Sounds pretty promising for me. Oh and the Training Wheels protocol is the one that kept Peter from using all his suit's capabilities... The one I mean is the one that enables Tony to see everything Peter sees through his spider-lenses so he can observe and watch over him.

    • Lola A.
      Lola A. 10 dni temu

      To start off, I respect your opinion, but I have just a few points. First off, Tony almost indefinitely won't be in Far From Home because Robert Downey Jr's contract is up after Endgame. I'm pretty sure apart of his arc is being more independent in the movie. Second, swinging scenes aren't really that significant to a film. What's more important is the character development and the narrative. But with that said, there were two shots of Peter swinging in the Far From Home trailer, once in New York and the other in what I believe to be London. Also, they did get the people that worked on the TASM swinging for the movie, so it looks like they are focusing more on that with this movie. You may find what you're looking for. This last one is just a nitpick, but the protocol Tony set on the suit was called Training Wheels not Baby Monitor.

  • spiderguy bryte skullshyne

    Spider-man homecoming is my favorite Spidey film and Tom Holland is the best Spider-Man/Peter Parker in my opinion. people that say Tom Holland is the worst and most inaccurate Spider-Man/Peter parker and state their opinion as "facts and spreading the truth" are so bigoted, biased, toxic and Incorrect. Some go as far to say they want him recasted with another actor, pulled out of the MCU, and reboot it all in Sony's universe of marvel characters(SUMC) in hopes of a more accurate, mature, responsible, experienced adult Spidey/Peter. Alot have called him a terrible and shitty actor given worse scripts, said he's Iron pussy gay boy Jr, Tony Stark's Bitch Sidekick, a whitewashed Miles Morales, Spider-kid/tech boy, said he makes too many mistakes with no consequences, Uncle Ben doesn't exist in the MCU(they'd rather see a 3rd origin story like him getting shot and killed to death a 4th time), that Peter/Spidey is weak(can't fight or webswing that good and has no spider sense), he's an Avengers ass kissing Fanboy/suck-up, cries too Much for ridiculous reasons, He is a "happy go lucky kid" unlike Peter parker(like they created a whole new character and slapped the name "Spider-Man/Peter parker" on it), and a Batman Beyond Rip off. Well I'm about to prove that all wrong.

    • spiderguy bryte skullshyne
      spiderguy bryte skullshyne 25 dni temu +2

      Michelle/MJ and Peter Parker will be dating, Peter and his friends go on a school trip/vacation to Europe but some parts are in NYC, Peter is reluctant, hesitant and unwilling to be Spider-Man, he also has PTSD(likely because of Avengers Infinity War and Avengers 4: Endgame), Mysterio pretends to be the hero and creates Molten man and Hydro man as illusions to team up with Spidey against(Tom Holland said they're brothers in arms at the beginning and they work at Shield together but he stabs Peter in the back later, they have 2-3 fights and then there's a 1v1 at the end), Nick fury recruits Peter to work for shield on a mission(also Peter cracks jokes while Fury has a serious tone, he mentions that Stark Must have been Really stupid to recruit a kid who's still doing his homework), Peter may create his own suit that resembles his change In character who becomes "more like a man than a teenager." Aunt May likely knows Peter is Spider-Man, Pete is much more responsible, strong, independent, intelligent, experienced and mature.

    • spiderguy bryte skullshyne
      spiderguy bryte skullshyne 25 dni temu +1

      plus I'm pretty sure Homecoming Spidey isn't an Avengers fanboy, he just respects and admires them, wants to be part of the team. Spider-Man isn't supposed to be big and epic from the beginning, he's a street level crime fighter that starts off as a teenager. Peter Parker is just an average, normal guy who happened to get bit by a spider, lose his uncle Ben due to selfish choices(Also his parents died but that wasn't his fault), and can never catch a break. Heck, he's supposed to be relatable to Teens and Adults alike. I have no doubts this version of Spider-Man/Peter Parker will grow into an experienced Badass superhero we all know and love. Also he's going to become more independent, mature and responsible, less innocent, he'll be brooding and serious, but his humor will still be there. Probably more Sarcastic, Cocky and Snarky with Teen angst(talking about Spider-Man far from home and how Avengers Infinity war and Avengers 4: Endgame will affect Peter in Spidey FFH). For those complaining about how Spider-Man homecoming didn't have enough web swinging and action, it was too lighthearted; well and behold, They're improving on that in the sequel. Its gonna have more and better web swinging than most of the past films, Peter actually throws punches and kicks(he's more agile like a spider as well), it'll have a dark and serious storyline but with the MCU's humor and high school theme, Mysterio is the main villain along with the elementals(Molten man, Hydro man, Sand and Wind creatures), Scorpion and Chameleon. Uncle Ben will likely be mentioned twice in Spider-Man far from Home in one scene with Aunt May and Happy Hogan, another with Mysterio who shows Peter things like uncle Ben's grave and Peter's classmates as zombies at his High school which is abandoned, due to illusions/Magic. It's been said Mysterio's visuals will be very trippy like Doctor Strange levels of "magic".

    • spiderguy bryte skullshyne
      spiderguy bryte skullshyne 25 dni temu

      Sorry for the paragraph essays, I'm just trying to prove a point that MCU Spider-Man/Peter Parker is good, accurate to various different comics and realistic to today's society but in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I'll just say this: Tobey Maguire was an exact adaptation of the 60s comics but modernized in the 2002 world. Andrew Garfield was heavily based on ultimate 1610 mixed with Spider-Punk, Noir Spider-Man and Main 616 Peter but Sony gave Andrew and his supporting cast bad writers and that made Andy G's Peter/Spidey act like an edgy hipster D-bag who Skateboards, let's people die to make jokes, didn't create his webbing(stole it from Oscorp), and his villains were unlikeable. TASM 1 & 2 had the best webswing/action, good Spidey suits, Emma Stone was really great as Gwen Stacy, Andrew is an amazing actor, and he captured the sarcastic/cocky humor of Spidey. Spectacular Spider-Man Is a perfect adaptation of the 60s comics mixed with ultimate, the 90s animated series is the Early amazing Spider-Man comics where Peter payed rent, helped out aunt May, fought iconic villains, is in college, dates girls like Mary Jane & Black Cat, is in a world of other superheroes. Ps4 Spider-Man takes all the best elements of the comics, cartoons, and movies then puts their own twist on it but in a 20 hour+ video game. It has the heart and emotion of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy, the action, web swinging and dark/serious tone of The amazing Spider-Man(also Andrew Garfield's sarcasm), personality, quips and technology of MCU/Tom Holland, all combined with Ultimate 1610 and main earth 616's comics, spectacular Spider-Man, and the 90s animated series.

    • spiderguy bryte skullshyne
      spiderguy bryte skullshyne 25 dni temu +1

      One more thing tho, Peter started out as Spidey when he was 15 years old in the comics and that's fact. Everything I've been saying is facts from the comics and my opinion. Its kinda hypocritical how they praise the Spider-Man 90s animated series when Peter barely threw any punches throughout the entire 5 seasons(he shot webs, wrestled, kicked and dodged/blocked attacks) but when he did the same thing in Spider-Man Homecoming, everyone lost their minds(Hoco Spidey fought with webs, dodged/blocked attacks, hit & kick people, pushed bad guys). Pete also had mentors in the comics like Bruce banner, Reed Richards, Daredevil, captain America, Nick fury, black panther, Tony Stark/iron man, Norman Osborn, Curt Connors, and Otto octavius. The high tech suits he's used In comics were the big time stealth suit, all new all different/Spider armor mk 4, future foundation Spidey, Superior SM, Spider armors mark 1, 2 & 3, Negative zone, Fear itself, secret war suit, dark suit, and Iron Spider. Peter also had a 2nd iron Spider armor given to him by Tony Stark in the comics. The Marvel Cinematic Universe isn't always entirely accurate to the comics but that's just fine/alright because they're a separate world from the comics, are merely and only just inspired by and based on the comics, they aren't exact adaptations, and they take various different things from those comic books and make it their own version. They change some things to make it Grounded and realistic to today's society, more diverse, and modernized to fit the MCU.

    • spiderguy bryte skullshyne
      spiderguy bryte skullshyne 25 dni temu +1

      The Uncle Ben references were: "when you can do the things that I can but you don't then the bad things happen they happen because of you" which is a long and subtle nod to "With great power comes great responsibility". "Aunt May cannot know about this, with everything that's happened, I cant do that to her right now." Which references Uncle Ben's Death. Peter kept disobeying Stark's orders to pursue the illegal weapons dealers, because its his responsibility. He has to do it or nobody else will. Also the suit and tie/tuxedo he wore to the dance(before leaving Liz there) was Uncle Ben's clothes. If thats not enough, there was a deleted scene or blooper where Peter "breaks character and stares right into the camera" then says "With great power comes great responsibility". Usually those are canon but removed because of time or they didn't fit the moment.

  • Jonathan Brandis
    Jonathan Brandis 25 dni temu +2

    It's hilarious how these idiots are defending the movie Spider-Man: Homecoming BY saying, "They portrayed Peter Parker Spider-Man PERFECTLY!" Do they even know who Spider Man is and what he's supposed to have and not have? Or are they confusing Spider Man with Iron Man? Or confusing Peter Parker Spider Man with "Future" Spider Man ... which is NOT Peter Parker. Amazing Spider Man 1 and 2 are FAR more better Spider Man movies than Homecoming in comparision! I was so glad when Iron Man Jr, OOPS I mean Spider Man died in Avengers Infinity War, cuz then they would have a chance to create a REAL Spider Man, not this Iron Man Jr bullshit.
    "Ultimate Spider Man" flopped for a reason.

    • bumbum
      bumbum 7 dni temu +2

      Are you okay?

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  • Devina Gillis
    Devina Gillis 26 dni temu

    Honestly, I love Tom Holland, I enjoy pretty much everything from MCU, but the MCU Spider-Man movie Sucked. Spider-Man is literally my favorite superhero of all time, even outside of Marvel, and Spider-Man Homecoming made me want to throw up in my mouth.


    Honestly the only thing that bothers me about Homecoming is that there isn't concecuences with Peters actions, for example, in Spiderman 2 Peter delivers the pizza late because he saved 2 kids, and in Homecoming when Peter stops those criminals of robing the bank and the store is destroyed there isn't any concecuence

  • Simone Scarpa
    Simone Scarpa 27 dni temu

    Homecoming was just ok

  • The Goddamn Batman
    The Goddamn Batman 27 dni temu

    Hey Millennial douchebags who've only seen the Raimi films. Tobey MacGuire isn't the end all, be all of Spider-Man. You bitches have never read a Spidey comic if you think he's the archetype that Spider-Man should be based off of in the MCU.
    -Sincerely, A Gen X comic nerd that liked Spidey way before he was translated into any major film medium, and understands the character that he's read for 30 years better than you ever will.
    PS Feel lucky that comic book characters are popular at all in film, Millennial douchebags.

  • Claudia Cardenas
    Claudia Cardenas 27 dni temu

    Honestly this was a great video

  • The EnderSlayer
    The EnderSlayer 27 dni temu

    Cool video but what the fuck are those random-ass clips, they interrupt the video and then I'm thinking "what the fuck was that" instead of actually listening to what you're saying.

  • Asuramaru
    Asuramaru 28 dni temu

    I think its his voice!

  • Ric Iron
    Ric Iron 28 dni temu

    i disagree, it wasn't a bad movie, but starting all over again was redundant; we didn't need another Spiderman origin story. Marvel likes to go an pretend that previous movies; and we're not talking decades, were never made. To correct it correctly would be to transition previous movies into a newer one and fixing it that way, not just scrapping it and starting all over like the previous ones didn't exist and in a much more believable way than what they did with the X-men series of movies. Plus I don't remember anywhere in the comics that Spiderman was the prodigy of Tony Stark, they only did that so they could add Spiderman in the avengers, but Spiderman was always a stand alone super hero, he helped the avengers as well as the X-men, but never became one of them.

  • Adr1no rusH
    Adr1no rusH 28 dni temu

    Not every hero movies should be earth shattering...
    DCEU: f'off

  • Victor Reis
    Victor Reis 29 dni temu

    They turned MJ into the most incredibly boring and extreme sjw stereotype ever...

    • The Goddamn Batman
      The Goddamn Batman 27 dni temu

      She's not mary jane, new character with just a name nod. So who cares? They actually made Liz Allan, a normally boring as shit character, interesting, even tying her into the Vulture, who is the second best Spidey villian on screen next to Doctor Octopus from Spider-Man 2.

  • Marcus Guest
    Marcus Guest 29 dni temu

    I feel like I’m the only person who like the Andrew Garfield movies. When Gwen Stacy died I felt that shit.

  • Jonathan Davis
    Jonathan Davis 29 dni temu

    I would argue that Spider-Man 1 didn't have the Star Trek The Next Generation problem because Green Goblin was really only out after the members of his business board and after a fight with Spider-Man had a personal Vendetta against him and not particularly against New York or people in general. However Green Goblin was very crazy and probably would have gone on killing people anyways so you ckuld make a case there

  • Discovery Productions
    Discovery Productions Miesiąc temu

    What editing software do you use?

  • Xxx_The Gaming Freak_xxX
    Xxx_The Gaming Freak_xxX Miesiąc temu +1

    Homecoming is the worst spidey movie they made spiderman a babyface sidekick of Tony stark 😔😒

    • The Goddamn Batman
      The Goddamn Batman 27 dni temu

      He's in a world with a ton of superheroes and a 15 year old kid. It makes sense. smh

  • Amber S
    Amber S Miesiąc temu

    He has such a huge amount in common with the Villian, they're both working class and he wants to date dudes daughter. Completely leaves out the fact that The Amazing Spiderman had the best villain/peter parker relationship out of all the movies and skips right to the weird I said hi to my stalker relationship. Weak.

  • YMP - YoMartínProductions

    Why do you sound like Tobey Maguire?

  • Max Rush
    Max Rush Miesiąc temu

    This movie sucks it great for people like you that they want a iron man 2.0

  • Mitzos SirReal
    Mitzos SirReal Miesiąc temu

    imo this was the worst spiderman movie i have ever seen...

  • Cassius Felix
    Cassius Felix Miesiąc temu +2

    Far From Home

  • Chaitanya Ivaturi
    Chaitanya Ivaturi Miesiąc temu +15

    I can't help but notice that most of the negativity comes from slightly older, millennial comic buffs who seemed to have an agenda to their viewing experience: a lot of these people want to see the comics come to life. I genuinely thing that, while it would be probably glorious and action-packed, it would not be at all relatable for this new generation of Superhero fans (specifically Generation Z kids and the like). They shifted the demographic VERY cleanly: May as a young, single mother figure, MJ as a feminist and academic, Flash carrying the "bully" archetype without ascribing to the EXTREMELY outdated "high school clique" stereotype that is no longer seen as realistic... these archetypes make sense to viewers Peter's age!! So it's no wonder really that people a little older dislike this Peter Parker and his distance from the OG Spiderman.

    • Chaitanya Ivaturi
      Chaitanya Ivaturi 23 dni temu +5

      +suarezguy I don't know if I agree with that considering that Aunt Mae is still a single parent raising him and he is very clearly poor AND still outcasted in school. I think it retained some of the main points but changed them so it was a little less dramatic (which came off as a romanticism of real struggles people face)

    • suarezguy
      suarezguy 25 dni temu

      ​+Chaitanya Ivaturi He doesn't have to be tortured all the time but him going to a private school (even on a scholarship) and openly being an intern to billionaire & superhero Tony Stark is way too much the opposite extreme, seeming too well-off as Peter Parker.

    • Chaitanya Ivaturi
      Chaitanya Ivaturi Miesiąc temu +8

      also everyone wants him to be some "tortured kid" which like... c'mon guys. If the only emotionally compelling characters are those with a HUGE load of emotional baggage, it further ostracizes viewers from having a connection to the character. Peter still has problems, they just MAKE MORE SENSE to kids his age who are watching and that makes him a more compelling character because it touches him! People want Peter Parker to be this character of grandeur, persevering against all odds (literally EVERY TYPE of odd lmao) but don't realize that that's WAY overdone in Superhero movies. What about normal people? I think that's a great way to convey a message to the audience about the power of their optimism, drive, and kindness as regular people.

  • Chaitanya Ivaturi
    Chaitanya Ivaturi Miesiąc temu

    A lot of the criticism I see of this Spiderman is based on the fact that his characterization differs from the original Spiderman; I see a lot of commentary on Uncle Ben, Peter's villain's, his power levels, and relationship with being a superhero. The thing is (and I feel like this was made VERY clear by Homecoming), this movie was meant to put a character in a different frame/set up. It's NOT MEANT to be like the original, similar to a separate comic rendition of Peter Parker. Following the original line was never the point. The reason this Peter is so likable is because they have shifted his character points and weaknesses according to the time period. To have a Toby McGuire or Andrew Garfield-like Spiderman would not make ANY sense within the contextualization of a Gen. Z high schooler in this time period.

  • Dave McCullagh
    Dave McCullagh Miesiąc temu

    Homecoming was the most meh Spiderman ever, yet Tom Holland was so perfectly fitting as Spiderman it made it the best film they've done

  • Grace White
    Grace White Miesiąc temu

    Thank you so much for this, I loved it.

  • Deth exe
    Deth exe Miesiąc temu

    **ruined him

  • Fear void Panda
    Fear void Panda Miesiąc temu

    _I __-don’t-__ feel so good mr stark_
    Spider-Mans ok and alive

  • Punkyagogo
    Punkyagogo Miesiąc temu

    Karen from Spongebob got an upgrade.

  • thinktank 007
    thinktank 007 Miesiąc temu

    I think all millenials will agree that Tobie Maguire was the best Spiderman ever

  • Oscar Bejarano
    Oscar Bejarano Miesiąc temu

    Did they really though?