Clay Bones’s review published on Letterboxd:
It was only months ago that Marvel smashed box office sales with Avengers: Endgame, cementing itself as the highest grossing movie in cinema history. It was an event that took 22 films and 11 years of intricate planning, character development, rich storytelling and a slew of great moments to reach its final conclusion. An epic that delivered what was promised and then some. With that being the end of an era, there has been many questions as to where the next phase would be going…
Earth is now coming to terms with the change in time since the blip (the name given for the snap) brought all those who disappeared back into the world five years later. Peter and most of his classmates being amongst the list of people who fell as a result of Thanos’ plan. Peter expecting the events of Endgame to be the last real threat, wishes to go back to living his life as a normal kid. Whilst on a school trip around Europe, he finds Nick Fury at his doorstep, reeling him back into the superhero world. This is where he meets Quentin Beck aka Mysterio, who is from a different Earth from another universe. He is here to warn S.H.I.E.L.D. of a looming threat which completely obliterated his own world. Peter is left with a choice, continue his responsibility as Spider-Man and help Beck/Fury save the planet, or go back to his vacation and live the rest of his life as Peter Parker.
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