Herb Gallow’s review published on Letterboxd:
Successful deployment of the formula. Low points include a painfully long scene in which the villain delivers exposition in a room full of people who are already familiar with all of the villain reasoning and Nick Fury apparently turning his brain off. That’s largely evened out by the extra dose of humor that this one had, and the opportunity to do cool visual stuff with the illusion tech.
The scenes with all the high school kids are enjoyable. Easy to see why Peter Parker just wants to kick it with his pals instead of being blown up for a little while. Serving as an elegy for Tony Stark gives this a little more dramatic zip.