Spiderman swings back with web spraying action

The beloved comic book character Spider-Man has yet again been brought to the big screen with what feels like the tenth actor portraying the web-head.

However, this film seems to have finally accomplished the fun, youthful, adventurous vibe our adored superhero represents. “Spider-Man Homecoming” is full of action, teenage angst, and a sense of awkward, slice of life comedy.

Without giving spoilers, the film shows a young, slightly confused and socially awkward Peter Parker (Tom Holland) trying to find a position in the world of superheroes and high school popularity.

Struggling to prove his readiness to Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), he decides to take matters into his own hands when a group of low-grade villains decided to start stealing high grade weapons.

For the film, Michael Keaton gave up his ’90s Batman persona and took up the villain facade as the weirdly terrifying Vulture.  

But balancing midnight crime fighting, school and trying to establish some points with the popular girls can be a bit too much for Parker.

Since it’s Marvel, things seem to get horribly worse, with a solid downward spiral, and some humor before sky rocketing to the hope that the protagonist we love won’t die.

With a few turns, high school humor all ages can enjoy, and an insanely hot Aunt May (Marisa Tomei), it seems the choice for another Spiderman has finally resulted in an applause.

“Spider-Man Homecoming” is definitely worth the ridiculous $10 movie ticket and the annoying children kicking your chair in the row behind you.