Cinemaddict’s review published on Letterboxd:
The best part of this movie was the villain's crew of spurned cubicle drones out for revenge. In Spider-Man: Far from Home, the villain is really tertiary to Peter's struggles with personal responsibility and his love life as it relates to MJ, so having some nameless, faceless office workers as the bad guys is the perfect amount of silly. Some of the other attempts at humor fall flat, and this is far from perfect. But I liked the main story line and thought the movie does a good job of making you feel for Peter as he tries and fails to live a normal teenage life. The romance between Parker and MJ is the other strong point, mainly due to how likable both Tom Holland and Zendaya are as the two love birds. Chef Favreau as Happy, Marissa Tomei as Aunt May, and Jake Gyllenhaal as Mysterio all turn in solid performances and help flesh the movie out into something that's pretty above average.