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Spider-Man Homecoming




Spider-Man Homecoming 


If you have been reading reviews over the last few months you know we purchased a variety of products on Black Friday 2017 for reviews. Spider-Man Homecoming is one of those products. For the entire FFG Haul video please click here. We had a lot of high hopes for this movie that takes 133 minutes to watch. There are also sixty minutes of bonus on the Blu-ray + DVD + Digital.

I will openly admit we are disappointed with Spider-Man Homecoming on so many levels. First and foremost the evils of political correctness are taught as fact in Spider-Man Homecoming. I love how people who claim to celebrate diversity actually discriminate against those of us that are diverse from them. What is next? Throw us to the lions in a Colosseum? Holly Weird keeps trying to brain wash all of us into their radical far left redefinition belief set.

Spider-Man Homecoming gives us a really young Spider-Man. Like at the age of fourteen or fifteen. His Aunt May looks way too young to me as well. Iron Man helps out Peter Parker with a high tech suit. Peter Parker makes plenty of mistakes in Spider-Man Homecoming. He learns from them and gets better. He is very impatient to get out there and save the world early on in Spider-Man Homecoming.

The issues families can have with Spider-Man Homecoming is violence, bad language, lack of attire, enticement to lust, lying, deceit, and more. Spider-Man Homecoming decides to change the race of certain well known characters. Why was that done? I guess it falls under the evil umbrella of political correctness. So much of Spider-Man Homecoming feels like they did not stay true to the source material. Like the sexual comments concerning Aunt May.

There are plenty of funny moments in Spider-Man Homecoming. The Vulture is a really good character in Spider-Man Homecoming. The Avengers connection finally ties Spider-Man into the rest of the Marvel movies. It would be great to see Fantastic Four, and the X-Men also come into the greater Marvel movie universe. That may come since the last Fantastic Four was such a flop.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Blu-ray/DVD
Publisher: Sony Pictures
Developer: Marvel Studios
Rating: ‘PG-13’ for Parental Guidance suggested if under 13 years of age {Sci-Fi Action, Some Language, and Brief Suggestive Comments}

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