Cobie’s latest film, Spider-Man: Far From Home hit theatres TODAY. Directed by Jon Watts, the movie stars Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jake Gyllenhaal. Take a look below at what the critics have to say about the film:
Empire — Far From Home is a looser film than Homecoming, with pacing that occasionally slackens, and a compulsion to give every minor character time to shine. But it’s a light-footed summer blockbuster that faces Endgame’s monolithic legacy head-on, before leaving it behind to embark on its own globetrotting adventure. The MCU doesn’t need a new Iron Man yet — Far From Home proves it’s more than safe in the web-slinging hands of Spider-Man.
Entertainment Weekly — This is a giant-sized megamovie, full of costume changes and ravaging blorbsters, obvious turns and unsettling surprises.
Rolling Stone — The film lays on the FX when it should know that sticking with the kids is its ace in the hole. But instead of using action to define character, they’ve replaced personal development with overdone computer-generated tricks that quickly wear out their welcome.
The Wrap — With a focus on character-based comedy, coming-of-age anxieties, and super-battles that exist in very specific geographical locations, returning writers Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers and director Jon Watts have carved out a space for Spider-Man that feels uniquely breezy and charming while still fitting the larger structure of the Marvel movies.
Variety — “Spider-Man: Far From Home” touches all the bases of a conventional Marvel movie. It doesn’t take you out of this world. But it’s good enough to summon the kick — or maybe just the illusion — of consequence.