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Posted: Sat Jul 15, 2017 6:44 pm 
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I saw the movie today and definitely enjoyed it! Lots of fun, decent story, a few surprises along the way. It's a very different story than I've seen before for Spiderman, which is a good thing. It's not just redoing the exact same thing, so I didn't find myself really making comparisons.

For people still planning to see it, stay until the very end of the credits. I really enjoyed the end clip for this movie! One of my personal favourites, I think. :inlove: (Though there may be other opinions on this matter.) ;)

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Posted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 6:46 pm 
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Posted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 7:29 pm 
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Most likely not catching it in the theater since I still have yet to see Civil War and want to keep things in order, but it's on my schedule to check out sooner than later.


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Posted: Sun Jul 16, 2017 9:28 pm 
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That reminds me, for people who have seen Civil War,
was anyone else really curious as to what happened with Tony and Pepper that it went from Tony all mopey about Pepper leaving him and her not being with him even in a professional capacity, to them being happy together professionally and personally, with rings getting tossed around? Don't get me wrong, I'm not complaining that they're happily together again, but there clearly is a big missing chunk of story there. I'm hoping it will get addressed in some way in a future film, since otherwise it seems a little too easy. I'm aware that I am more into the romance side of things than some Marvel viewers ;) so maybe not everybody was as interested in this as I was.

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Posted: Mon Jul 17, 2017 12:38 pm 
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I just saw this movie on Friday, and I liked it a LOT. the beginning might be my favorite part. There was a lotttttt of language but other than that it was a great movie in my opinion. the soundtrack went with the scenes really well and it felt very realistic (most of the time). It caused me to laugh a lot, but that may be just me in general and the fact that it was late at night (we saw it at a drive-in theater) and I get giggly when I'm tired.
The whole Captain America thing didn't make sense to me at all, but apparently that's because I haven't seen the movie that explains that whole thing yet...?
Was anyone else surprised that Peter Parker is only 15!?

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Parakeet wrote:
There was a lotttttt of language but other than that it was a great movie in my opinion.


I noticed that, too. Not necessarily worse than the typical PG-13 film, but both this and Guardians 2 seemed to have way more cursing/inappropriate language than previous entries in the MCU. I wouldn't want it to become a trend across the board, but while I would've enjoyed the movies just as much without it, the Guardians are a bunch of aliens and scoundrels and Andy Dwyers and Spider-man is full of teenagers, so it kind of "fits" those better than it would Thor or Cap.

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Captain America 4 is going to be R for language to complete his character arc from Age of Ultron.



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I thought Aunt May's swearing was one of the best lines.

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