Ben Peterson’s review published on Letterboxd:
There are a lot of Sam Raimi feeling moving parts to this. The action sequences and the characters during the disaster moments are filled with moments that took me back to 1 & 2. This is miles ahead of everything that was in Homecoming. The characters, dialogue, Spiderman's motivations, heck the entire motivation for the whole movie, and the action (considering Homecoming forgot about that totally). Even the high school parts of the movie are always moving - theres always something happening against a ticking clock. Zendaya is charming and nails this romance part of the film that gives us the heart of the movie. It works in accordance with the film, instead of against it as in Homecoming. And what a welcome another terrific actor like Jake G was to this universe. His illusions-based fight scenes = that's the stuff.