ZombAid’s review published on Letterboxd:
It took its fair share of getting it on, with the RomCom-Aspect taking a big chunk out of the running time, but when it did it really gave something to behold, with Jake Gyhellenhaal perfectly nailing Mysterio and how he should be in a not-Raimi-Spidey.
I really love Zendaya as the new MJ, as I think she represents our time much more realistic, with her not being the absolute beauty queen and shining because of that, fitting much better to the nerd Peter Parker always was. One of the best decisions moving forward with a known Super-Hero, where some stories are just told to the end. The Young aunt May makes much more sense and not wailing about uncle Ben as well. We had that already and I'm good. If I want to see that again, I still can re-watch the cheesy ones, as I heard the people bringing stuff like that constantly up.
Not the best Spider-Man Movie, but a damn entertaining one, and Tom Holland is still the best (Live-Action-)Spidey yet and hopefully for a long time to come.