Spider-Man: Homecoming [Includes Digital Copy] [Blu-ray/DVD] [2017]

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Ratings & Reviews


Overall Customer Rating:
98% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (5440 out of 5596)

Special Features


  • 10 deleted & extended scenes
  • A tangled web: Spider-Man's intergration into the Marvel cinematic universe
  • Aftermath: filmmakers bridge the gap from the battle of New York
  • And more!
  • Cast gag reel
  • The spidey study guide: a pop-up factoid track
  • Unseen alternate Captain America PSAs

Synopsis


Spider-Man: Homecoming
Spider-Man (Tom Holland) learns the ropes of being a superhero under the tutelage of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), all while juggling his responsibilities as high schooler Peter Parker. Eager to prove to Stark that he's ready to join the Avengers, Parker soon gets tangled up with a sinister new villain known as the Vulture (Michael Keaton). Zendaya, Donald Glover, and Marisa Tomei co-star. Directed by Jon Watts (Cop Car). ~ Jack Rodgers, Rovi

Cast & Crew


  • Tom Holland
    Tom Holland - Peter Parker/Spider-Man
  • Michael Keaton
    Michael Keaton - Adrian Toomes / Vulture
  • Robert Downey, Jr.
    Robert Downey, Jr. - Tony Stark/ Iron Man
  • Gwyneth Paltrow
    Gwyneth Paltrow - Pepper Potts
  • Jon Favreau
    Jon Favreau - Happy Hogan



Customer rating

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98%
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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A New Spidey is in Town

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    doc8998
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    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.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Spider-Man officially takes his place in the MCU

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    Lurch1111
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    After his debut in Captain America: Civil War, Spider-Man left fans hungry for more, and Spider-Man: Homecoming, his first starring role in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, does not disappoint. Tom Holland is great as both Spider-Man and his awkward teen alter-ego Peter Parker; Tobey Maguire & Andrew Garfield both turned in fine performances in their films, but for the first time I really felt like we were watching an average nerdy high-school kid suddenly thrust into a larger, scarier world. Marvel movies must guest-star other heroes, and Robert Downey Jr.'s Tony Stark/Iron Man serves admirably without stealing the show, acting as a stern yet distant & neglectful mentor until Peter ends up teaching him a thing or two about the responsibility that comes with great power. The rest of the cast does great work, particularly Jacob Batalon as Peter's even dorkier best friend Ned and Marissa Tomei as his too-hot-for-some Aunt May. If anyone threatens to steal the show though, it's Michael Keaton, turning in a terrific performance as Adrian Toomes aka the Vulture, who gets an awesome makeover from his geezer-in-tights origins, becoming a high-tech powerhouse with a plausible and not entirely unsympathetic backstory. The soundtrack is engagingly retro & takes me back to my own high school days; I took particular delight in the inclusion of my favorite band the Ramones (who also hail from Spider-Man's neck of the woods in Queens, NY). While there are perhaps some questionable/debatable bits in the film (Did Spider-Man's heroic efforts in the ferry scene really need to echo Tobey Maguire's famous "train scene"? What happened to Spidey's trademark "spider-sense"?) in the end these are minor quibbles at best & do not detract from what is a very enjoyable viewing experience!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

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    Commando
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    What a great movie for the whole family. Disney / Marvel teamed up with SONY Pictures to bring Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The ( MCU ). It's something that I feel should have been done a long time ago. Spider-Man made a cameo in Marvel's : Captain America Civil War and by combining not only the Marvel characters from two different Movie companies they actually created a story arch that ties directly into what's been happening in the Disney owned properties such as Avengers Age of Ultron and sets up events yet to Come in Avengers : Infinity War. Having Spider-man in that cast seems only fitting and Tom Holland does a wonderful job not only playing the part of Peter Parker but he did 90% of his own stunts behind the Spider-man Mask. It just felt like you knew the character already. Spider-man is a HUGE part of the Marvel Universe and it may be safe to say he might even be the Flag-ship of MARVEL Comics. The movie seems fast paced and really there is no origin story because let's face it ... the other movies already out have done Spider-man origin enough. We all know who Peter Parker is by now. I liked this movie better than the previous installments with Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire. There is nothing here though that's original or mind blowing that you haven't seen before but I thought the script was well written and the support cast was good and just having Michael Keaton back in movies was a treat in itself. Spider-man in 3D is just sugar on top. Those fans of Marvel Movies will indeed love this offering from SONY.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Welcome back to the MCU Spider-man

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    jediwife
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    This is one of the best blockbusters of summer 2017. I was excited to watch it in theaters and I was anticipating getting a copy to watch at home on my home entertainment system. Without spoiling any of the movie, I am really glad that Marvel/Disney and Sony were able to work out contractual complexities of Hollywood movie studios and produce a really great film that fits into the greater MCU. Spider-man is funny and none of the origin story had to be retold. The movie production quality was spot on and the story was entertaining throughout. Technical aspects of digital transfer in this version is great and true to form as it was in theaters. I have a very highend HDR 4K TV that is able to produce all the nuances of the HDR10 and DolbyVision standards and the quality was spot on. I really enjoy the fact that no only does the 4K disc come at highest quality but I have access to the content from most major online content vendors as a part of the Movies Anywhere network. So I can watch my digital copies on iTunes, Vudu, Amazon and Google. If you are a fan of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) you will need to watch this as the character development and appearance will appear in future movies. Spider-man: Homecoming warrants owning a copy as it was very entertaining and has replay value. 5 full stars and 2 thumbs way up!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Different Spidey

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    kobra0528
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    This movie is a huge separation from previous attempts at the character. As many people already knew from Civil War, Tom Holland does a great job as both Peter and Spidey. There's a clear separation in his personas with and without the suit. The tone of this film is very light in comparison to the others. On the other hand it also lets some serious moments be serious and those are the parts that really shine. Unlike Guardians Vol.2 and the more recent Thor: Ragnarok, this film fortunately knows when to stop joking around. On first watch, I enjoyed it, but was hindered by my own expectations. It also didn't help that I spent half the movie trying to work out in my mind why this rewrites the entire MCU timeline with one title card. On the 2nd watch, I was able to truly enjoy the accomplishments of this film. Everything from the comedy to the creative action sequences definitely stand out. The 3D is just as good as all the other MCU films. It's still a conversion, same as all the rest, but the company behind it does a great job. All in all, a great watch and a welcome installment to the MCU, minus the timeline retcon.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Peter Parker Comes Home

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    Scotio
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    Having read the original Spiderman comics as a teenager in the Sixties, I identified with him more than any of the other characters in the comics that I read. I liked both Spiderman movie series, and each previous character had a lot of things to like about them. This Peter Parker is more like the original comics character than the others. He isn't a soft and fuzzy dreamer, and he isn't just a witty, hip quipster. He taps into the exuberance and angst of being young in a realistic way, chaffing at the bit to prove himself and win acceptance, while learning to control his self-doubt and insecurity.The pivotal line in the movie is when he worries that he is nothing without the high-tech suit his mentor, Iron Man has given him. He can't move forward until he starts to believe in himself and rely on what he himself brings to the table, regardless of what else is at hand. Once he digs deep inside himself and learns who he really can be, all his problems are refocused in ways that make them possible to deal with. In this way, Peter Parker is an example of the potential inside of each of us waiting to be discovered, understood, and harnessed so that we can be everything we are meant to be. That is where this movie truly succeeds, and why I want to see more of this Peter Parker.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Spider-Man Is Back

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    MovieManMike
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    This is the third reboot of Spider-Man in the movies. The first series of Spider-Man movies (Spider-Man; Spider-Man 2; Spider-Man 3) starred Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst. The second series of Spider-Man movies (Amazing Spider-Man; Amazing Spider-Man 2) starred Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. This is the first movie in the third series of Spider-Man movies that stars Tom Holland. This movie is tied into the current Marvel Movie Cinematic Universe (Avengers, Captain America, Iron Man...). It is highly suggested to watch Captain America: Civil War before seeing this movie. This version of Spider-Man is introduced in that movie and it directly continues in this movie (but seeing Captain America: Civil War first is very helpful, but not necessary to understand and./or enjoy this movie). This movie was a lot of fun. It features a younger Spider-Man who has just finished a mission with the Avengers and is now having to deal with normal teenage high school life, while learning how to become a better superhero. Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) and Happy Hogan (Jon Favreau) appear in this movie acting as Spider-Man's mentors This is a superhero movie and a highschool movie all rollled into one!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A Proper Reboot!

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    Surfingdude289
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    Now I know what you're thinking, another freaking Spider-Man reboot. I get it, a little ridiculous lol. However, I was very much excited for this as Marvel themselves took over the helm and gave Spider-Man a great entry. No origin story in this one which is great, just Peter Parker figuring out his life as Spider-Man. What I love about this, is Marvel played it smart with its villains. Had Vulture with the beginnings to Shocker as well, but introducing two other characters who later become villains very subtlety with Scorpion and Prowler. That's how you do it and not just bombard them with all costumed villains right away, looking at you Spider-Man 3! Overall, yeah different from the comics in certain aspects but definitely what the fans wanted! Highly pleased with the movie! Oh and 4K Steelbook makes it an instant pre-order!

    I would recommend this to a friend





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