The absolute best Spider-Man film hands down, and the best Marvel Movie hands down. Solid cast, great reinterpretation of the character that not only was refreshing, but managed to stay true to the spirit of the original, while managing to fit it into the confines of the Marvel Cinematic universe. Loved, LOVED, Michael Keaton in this and was genuinely surprised when he turned out to be Liz's father
but it made sense when I thought back to it.
Couple of things that annoyed me: Happy Hogan being terrible at his job, and Shocker being at the School when Pete decides to ditch homecoming
, but the second could easily be explained. Also, I was happy to see a multi-cultural casting not be used for SJW points, and instead a greater focus was making these characters well-rounded and not just adapting them to a new race. I hope future productions (and comic writers) take note when they switch races around.
Also, how can one man be so right? Especially in light of Tony being the movie's secondary, idealogical, antagonist. I especially liked how at the end, both Toomes and Peter choose to not betray their revolutionary leanings, each in their own way. I feel like the Working Class struggle has always been a theme of Spider-Man, but this is really the first time it was addressed so directly. I loved it.