If you had told an average cinema visitor and a seasoned strip lover ten years ago that ever a Spider-Man movie would be sold on Iron Man's presence, you would probably have been surprised. Spider-Man has always been one of the most popular superheroes, even for his first film, with name recognition among those who were not familiar with his comic strips. Iron Man, on the other hand, was only known to the general public when Robert Downey Jr. He started playing. The fact that the latest Spider Man marketing campaign focuses heavily on Tony Stark's alias Iron Man's presence, was something that, ten years ago, had resounded like the reverse world. Apparently there can be a lot of change in a decade. Spider-Man has a hard time behind. The Spider Man 3, released ten years ago, could not tip his two predecessors and the planned successor with which director Sam Raimi wanted to get his line back on track, Sony's film studio was helping with soap. The inevitable reboot resulted in two best-performing films, but did not seem to be so amazing as their titles implied and made it popular with competing superhero films. Sony was very much committed to his ambitions to print his own film universe à la Marvel, with various spin-offs about Spidey's opponents. When The Amazing Spider Man 2 did not turn out to be the enormous success that was counted on, all those plans came in the trash bin (although they are still sporadically rewashed lately), and Sony turned Marvel to a shared custody regime to come. As a result, Spider-Man is finally part of Marvel's shared film universe. In Spider-Man: Homecoming (a multi-interpretable title), few opportunities are left unused that make the viewer clear; The opening shot is also a children's drawing of the Avengers. A big difference, so with the last Marvel movie, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, in which the references were limited to an absolute minimum. But, in fact, it is true that a New York teenager like Peter Parker is constantly reminded of his mature colleagues who have gained a kind of sports star status. Thus, a Captain America awareness video is regularly set up at school, and girls in the gym lesson tells who the "superhero" company would do. That sounds trivial, but such moments contribute to the central conflict where Peter struggles: the feeling of being a big fish in a small pond. Last year, when it appeared that Spider-Man was pulled into the already populated Captain America: Civil War, it appears that the host role now serves as a prime starting point for his first Marvel solo film. Unlike in previous Spider-Man films, Peter Parker is not the only one of his kind. In a world of superheroes serving, it was a great honor for the puber to strengthen the Iron Man team in their fight against Captain America. After such an experience, however, it is quite difficult to return to your old life. Especially when Tony Stark indicates that you may call again and never do that. Spider-Man: Homecoming works on a meta-textual level; Spider-Man may eventually run into the Marvel world, but that does not mean that he is immediately an avenger. Unlike virtually all other film franchises that Marvel has launched in recent years, non-strip readers have a reference frame this time to be considered. This is after all the sixth Spider-Man movie in fifteen years, so it's no longer enough to just make the superhero's art of doing it. Fortunately, one seems clever enough to make full use of variety. Thus, the well-known history of origin keeps us saved this time (Uncle Ben has been dead and buried for a long time, and the incident that Peter gave his superpowers is only nominated by chance) and his well-known associates Harry Osborn, Gwen Stacy and J. Jonah Jameson are absent. There are new locations and other action scenes. It does not seem to be so refreshing Spidey does not even see black skyscrapers in Manhattan, but he is able to see super powers on a ferry, in a suburb or on a huge obelisk. What keeps it all together is the energetic performance of Tom Holland in the title role. Where his predecessors Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield were cast a little ten years old, the young Briton with his babyface appears to be very suitable to put Peter Parker credible down as a teenager with the enthusiasm of a young puppy. Due to his good comic timing, you would soon forget that he is also in the more drama-oriented scenes fine his male state, even though it is against veterans like Robert Downey, Jr. And Micheal Keaton. Peter Parker might have to prove himself as a super hero for joining the Avengers, but for the viewer that moment can not be fast enough; With such a wonderful Spider-Man, we hope to have a great deal of interaction in future crossovers.