The hype on this is real... VERY real.
At this point, I'm not certain why anyone would wait to see this with the many positive reviews; but, if you have, allow me to get you running out to grab Spider Man: Homecoming.
If you've seen Civil War, you got a taste of Tom Holland as Peter Parker/ Spider Man. I've yet to meet anyone who walked away from Civil War without absolutely falling in love with the newest iteration of Peter, so I'm going to assume you have taste, as well, and found him refreshing and the embodiment of the Web-Head.
And, good news! The film even revisits the Berlin airport battle, this time in the form of Peter's video diary. From prior to the battle, through it, up until Peter leaving, (plus, a deleted, lengthier version of the video diary in the extras,) you'll get this wonderful re-introduction just to start you off.
Spider Man 2 was, to this point, the best in either the original trilogy or the first reboot, and it might be pressing it to say Homecoming "blows away" Spider-Man 2, but I couldn't blame anyone if they believed that.
Landing Michael Keaton to play the Vulture was a stroke of genius. He plays the role perfectly in this imagining of him. Not necessarily evil, but a man tossed aside and doing anything necessary to ensure he and his family continue their lives. He's joined by The Tinkerer and The Shocker, (unnamed in the film,) and a quick acknowledgement of The Scorpion is thrown out in a possible foreshadowing of Spidey's next movie.
Robert Downey returns as Iron Man, and thankfully, he's not overused. He continues to nail the Tony Stark role, which could have easily overshadowed Tom Holland's Peter in their shared scenes, but Holland is, just as Downey, beyond perfect casting. Truly, I cannot wait to see them onscreen together again when Infinity Wars hits.
If there's one negative, it's that there is no Mary Jane. Peter without Mary seems almost blasphemous. If they had chosen to simply not have her appear, this could have been overlooked, but assigning the MJ moniker to an altogether different character- Michelle- just doesn't seem right. It's paramount to having Superman having a character named Leigh replacing Lois Lane. Truly, this doesn't detract from the movie, but seems so totally out of place that it comes across as its only blemish in an otherwise perfect film.
Spidey is finally in the larger MCU, and it's a trip long-awaited, perfectly executed, and worthy of the double-Homecoming-meaning.