• Marvel film is a wholesome and enjoyable watch…The film is a light and breezy watch. Consider it as a break after the emotional intensity of Avengers Endgame.

  • Spider-Man: Far From Home moves to and fro between light-hearted slice-of-teen life and an underprepared Avenger second guessing what’s right, real and responsible.

  • Far from Home could never and wasn’t really intended to outperform or trump Avengers: Endgame. But it’s a definitely earned a place in the MCU while being a fantastic sequel for Homecoming.

  • Shalini Langer
    Shalini Langer
    Indian Express


    Right till the end, the film’s heart remains in the right place, whether it’s the brief moments Peter can steal for MJ, the times he reaches out for someone to talk to, and the short sequence that shows he is ready to be what the film always intended him to be: Tony Stark.

  • Rohan Naahar
    Rohan Naahar
    Hindustan Times


    A passable postscript to Avengers Endgame, but a marvellous ode to Iron Man…Even in death, Robert Downey Jr’s Tony Stark looms large in Tom Holland and Jake Gyllenhaal’s a passable postscript to Avengers Endgame.

  • The post-credit scenes in Far From Home are absolutely show-stopping, shining an exciting light beam on the next phase of the MCU. As long as Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige understands that superhero fatigue is a very real threat, the MCU is in good hands.

  • Neil Soans
    Neil Soans
    Times Of India


    ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is a lot of fun but more importantly, the film is also a satisfying continuation and way forward for the MCU, as Tom Holland proves he’s more than capable of carrying an Avengers’ film on his young shoulders.

  • Rohit Vats
    Rohit Vats


    om Holland Gets In the Way of Avengers-level Threat…Apart from the really stretched action sequence in the end, there isn’t a lot to complain about in Spider-Man: Far From Home.