Luis_989’s review published on Letterboxd:
Spider-Man Far From Home is a kind of coda and not really a new beginning for the MCU after the Infinity Saga but unfortunately it doesn't risk anything and is happy by only showing the basics.
Far From Home it's indeed an evident evolution in scale on Homecoming but simply for the fact that it was necessary for the character after Infinity War and Endgame. That most of the film takes place in Europe is irrelevant. For the argument it doesn't really mean anything.
Holland is still a nice Peter Parker and his work is more personality than acting, let's be honest.
Gyllenhaal is a solid addition, although personally I would have liked to see him as another villain.
Phase 3 actually ended with Endgame. Far From Home doesn't establish anything new with the exception that we will continue to see Spider-Man in the MCU. It's an entertaining sequel but very passive.
What I really want to see now is if Marvel will reveal Phase 4 and the future of their great franchise in Comic-Con or D23.