Spider-Man: Far From Home Review (Box Office) Expectations: Just when the Marvel fans thought that the 3rd phase of MCU has ended with Avengers: EndGame, Boom! Here comes Spider-Man: Far From Home, actually the last part of the phase.
Director: Jon Watts
Producer: Kevin Feige, Amy Pascal
A sequel to 2017 Marvel’s Spidey movie, Spider-Man: Homecoming, has released with large expectations among the Indian audience. Homecoming did a business of around 58 crores at the Indian Box Office and now expectations are much bigger considering MCU and Spiderman’s increased popularity after Infinity War and Endgame.
Box Office Impact: Spider-Man: Far From Home is a film to watch out for if you are looking for some larger than life entertainment this weekend. The film has spectacularly choreographed action scenes, breathtaking visuals, lovely school romance angle, good number of laughter evoking scenes and enough nostalgia.
Check out what our in-house reviewer, Umesh Punwani, has to say about the film.
I watched the 5:30 PM show of the film at one of the PVR’s in Mumbai amidst enough no. of Spiderman lovers who belonged to all age groups. I must say they were all hooked to the film and their reactions to some of the scenes proved that they are totally caught by its web. The environment the film created was just magical to be precise.
Personally speaking, the film took sometime to engage but as soon as there’s this monstrous challenge for our Peter Parker (who is just having a fun vacation in Europe with friends and is planning to purpose his love), things start changing and in no time they reached to a whole new level. There were some dull moments too because you don’t want to be thrown away from the high it gives you, but the second half is totally badass, man! I am personally a sucker of the ‘illusion’ concept so I was totally gripped to it. The film was enlightening for me on some levels because it visualised a lot if things that I knew before just in text. The concept of multiple earths, dimensions and multiverse totally bought me and I was happily sold.
And DON’T MISS THE POST CREDIT SCENES even if nature’s calling out loudely. Some major revelations ahead that you can’t afford to let go for anything that you do daily.
What more? Tom Holland as Spider-Man is charming and takes his superhero role to a new level in the film. Spidey gets a chance to push his boundaries ‘far from home’ and he returns to home with full marks. Jake Gyllenhaal is excellent and proves to be a surprise element of the film not just with his role but also with the performance. Others lend a good support too. Director Jon Watts has created a spectacle and you have no reason to not love it.
Box Office Prospects: Spider-Man: Far From Home is surely a big party for the modern cinema lovers and there is no reason for them to skip it. The film is already one of the biggest openers of this year and the ticket to 100 crores club of this one is confirmed.
If Spiderman: Homecoming did a business of 58 crores, this one has chances of doubling it up.