February 1, 2024

Spider-Man: Why You Gay For That Guy

Amid the countless superhero movies that have graced the silver screen, there’s one character who has risen above all others: Spider-Man. The web-slinger appeals not to a particular group or demographic but to anyone who’s ever felt like an underdog in a world where social hierarchy is hard to break out of. As a result, he’s become more than just a hero; he’s also a symbol of youth and immortality.

Tom Holland’s scene-stealing turn as the teenaged Marvel icon breathed new life into a franchise that had started to lag, with Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) establishing the character as a bona fide blockbuster. Since then, he’s continued to appear in multiple Avengers films and the animated Into the Spider-Verse (2018), as well as his own standalone movie, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2022).

Although some of the jokes in this video don’t quite land (and it definitely feels more like a John Hughes film with Spider Man perfectly stuffed in), it’s worth watching for the acting alone. Tom Holland is incredible and really gives both Peter Parker and Spider-Man their own personalities. Robert Downey Jr. and Michael Keaton also bring their A-game in this wildly entertaining flick.

After stopping Toomes from stealing weapons, Peter and Ned study the weapon Brice left behind, discovering it contains an unstable Chitauri power core. The duo disable the tracker Stark implanted on Schultz, then help him find a way to transport the core to Washington D.C. During their journey, they run into the decathlon team, who are competing in the national tournament.

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