It was so refreshing to not see another origin story that retells us everything we already know like The Amazing Spider-Man did, but instead showed us a new perspective on the character. "They seem to have a really similar sense of humor and love joking around together".
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It conveys what has always been the selling point for Spider-Man: he's just a regular kid, with the powers of a superhero but the brain of a teenager.
Robbie Collin (The Telegraph): "A little of the new Spider-Man went an exhilaratingly long way in "Captain America: Civil War" past year". They even showed us Peter acting as a fanboy towards The Avengers, especially when he is shown vlogging his battle in Civil War and how restless he gets once he returns to normal life. Honestly, it would be hard for viewers to watch him portray the character without thinking of him as Peter Parker.
The 21-year-old actor on Sunday was snapped looking on top of the world in Los Angeles Sunday, as he headed to a studio amid a busy weekend. His character is completely different to Harry Osborn, Peter's best friend in previous installments.
While the current popularity of comic book franchises has much to thank 2001's Spider-Man (as well as Bryan Singer's X-Men two years earlier), it's been a long time since the web-crawler's had an impressive turn on the big screen. On the latter, he desperately wants to be drafted as a full member of 'The Avengers, ' albeit not one taken too credible by its de-facto leader Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), forcing him to take unnecessary risks to be noticed.