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Art 101: ‘Spiderman: Homecoming’

[Art (noun): 1. the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. 2. the various branches of creative activity.] 

Marvel Studios film ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ is colorful, creative, and a joy to watch from beginning to end.

The often awkward antics of Peter Parker (Tom Holland) and his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon) made us laugh out loud a number of times each time we watched the this movie. There was also a great deal of well-timed humor from most of the side characters. This flick is just fun.

More than once we forgot we was watching a Spider-Man movie because we were so entertained by its excellently written teen dramedy foundation.

When action sequences happened we were quickly reminded of the film’s main attraction – the quip-zinging web slinger and his anxiety-driven obsession to both save the day and impress his Avengers mentor Tony Stark aka Ironman (Robert Downey Jr.

Michael Keaton as villain The Vulture stole the show – from his cool outfit, to his intense personality, to his sinister but sensible motivations. Homecoming took a dark turn in its final act that put an immediate stop to all the laughter. It got tense. It got real. It got an applause from us. |

Artist (noun): 1. a person skilled at a particular task or occupation.

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