How to survive the cinema for the next ten years?, the "New York Times asked" and made a survey of the key figures in Hollywood. The knowledge: All have a tummy ache. Even the Russo brothers, the "Avengers: Endgame" box-office records set up, ask questions about the event cinema model and Worry about the smaller fish.
However, even if a large amount of boxes to break in as recently "X-Men: Dark Phoenix", or "Men in Black: the International": The industry from your super hero addiction, Hollywood, and Marvel have given birth to a Monster.
Spider-Man goes to the holiday rest he has but still no: "Spider-Man: Far From Home". Video: YouTube/Sony Pictures Releasing, Switzerland
Now the series is back on Spider-Man, only ten weeks after the alleged final at the "Avengers": Iron Man has fallen, and Peter Parker alias Spider-Man to now lead the world's Savior. But the Teenager has something else in mind: a class trip through Europe, he wants to confess his classmate MJ (Zendaya) on the Eiffel tower, his love. The S. H. I. E. L. D. Boss Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson) calls constantly, but Parker pushes him.
Who is this Mysterio is really?
Then, at the first stop in Venice, is prompt and clear, which is why the geek sprayers with the Power so desperately needed: A gigantic water monsters is raging in the port city, makes in turn the palaces of platt. Because Spider-Man has a costume, however to the Hand, comes a New from a parallel universe to the big show: Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal). The hero of the hour.
in Addition, Parker expresses the heart: A classmate approaches MJ. The next time you stay in Prague is not the time for the confession of love remains, once again, it is a troublemaker waiting again, this time in the Form of a fire monster. Now Mysterio and Spider have to span together. But who is this Mysterio is really? And what's with the angry basic elements? Expression of the climate crisis, are not in any case.
superhero movies have a happy society-critical ulterior motive, but this one is more of the apolitical variety. Director Jon Watts responds to the Severity of the "Avengers: Endgame," with an airy Spider-Man-to-city trip-Slapstick, holds quite well. Only the action scenes are bored and are not any better with the Screen-X System in the Arena, where a part of the film also on the side walls is shown. The future of cinema may not be the please.
Created: 03.07.2019, 16:56 PM