Marvel Movie Marathon – Spider-Man: Far From Home


Bringing Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to a close, Spider-Man: Far From Home begins where Avengers: End Game ended with those taken by ‘the snap’ returning to existence. Specifically, we see Peter Parker (Spider-Man) and friends returning to high school after the five year. Interestingly, we get an explanation of where those who survived the snap have been for the last five years…The final word is they have moved on with their lives and are now five years older.

In this Marvel installment, Peter and friends are headed to Europe on a science field trip. Of course, nothing in the Marvel Universe can be easy. As they arrive, a series of weather anomalies have wreaked havoc on Earth yet each have been thwarted by a new superhero named Mysterio (Jake Gyllenhaal).

This fun romp is a great way to end Phase 4 given the devastation witnessed at the end of Avengers: End Game.

A quick word to the wise: There are two… you heard me TWO end credits season. And one of them is a whopper so keep your booty planted.

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Rating/Parental Warning

PG-13: As with all Marvel movies, this movie features a good amount of violence. As with Avengers: End Game, there was also markedly more swearing in this movie than any previous Marvel installments.

Viewing Locations

Amazon Rental, Digital Download, Homecoming & Far From Home Box Set

Discussion Question

Do you think Peter Parker is mature enough to handle all that comes with being an Avenger?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments or on Twitter using the hashtag #MarvelMovieMarathon.

Marvel Fun Fact

Fans of the comics know Spider-Man made his first appearance in the comics in Amazing Fantasy #15 which was released on August 10, 1962. Interestingly, when they showed a snipit of Peter Parker’s passport, it also listed August 10th as his birthday.

If you want to go back to the beginning of our marathon or jump forward, here is the marathon timeline:
Movie 1 – Captain America – The First Avenger
Movie 2 – Captain Marvel
Movie 3 – Iron Man
Movie 4 – The Incredible Hulk
Movie 5 – Iron Man 2
Movie 6 – Thor
Movie 7 – Marvel’s The Avengers
Movie 8 – Iron Man 3
Movie 9 – Thor: The Dark World
Movie 10 – Captain America: Winter Soldier
Movie 11 – Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 1
Movie 12 – Avengers: Age of Ultron
Movie 13 – Ant Man
Movie 14 – Captain America: Civil War
Movie 15 – Doctor Strange
Movie 16 – Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2
Movie 17 – Spider-Man: Homecoming
Movie 18 – Thor: Ragnarok
Movie 19 – Black Panther
Movie 20 – Avengers: Infinity War
Movie 21 – Ant-Man & The Wasp
Movie 22 – Avengers: End Game
Move 23 – Spider-Man: Far From Home

Sue Nowicki is an alumna of the 2014/15 Disney Parks Moms Panel. She splits her time between planning her next Walt Disney World vacation and running a travel volleyball club where she fills the roles of secretary, navigator, head cheerleader, treasurer, athletic trainer and team psychologist. You can follow her on Twitter @TeamMom365.

Marvel Movie Marathon Spider-Man Far From Home







7 responses to “Marvel Movie Marathon – Spider-Man: Far From Home”

  1. Taryn Avatar

    I loved this movie! Tom Holland is such a great actor in my opinion! I love his take on Peter Parker!

    1. Sue Avatar

      I completely agree! The Marvel folks have a knack for casting. I can’t imagine any other actor in a majority of the parts.

  2. Dawnmarie @ EnjoyingtheDays Avatar

    Oh! I did not know that Spiderman: Far From Home picked up where the last Avengers left off after the snap. I have not seen it yet. Haha. I know, I know, it might be time to catch up.

    1. Sue Avatar

      It’s starts after Tony Stark’s snap, not Thanos’ snap.

  3. Sarah Avatar

    We haven’t had the chance to see this new Spider-Man. Thank you for letting me know about the 2 end credits! I always stay to the end of every movie just in case!

    As for Peter Parker being mature enough to handle all that comes with being an Avenger I think every super hero has to evolve and grow no matter how old they when they get their power.

    1. Sue Avatar

      So true! I can’t wait to see how he handles the threat that came his way in the credit scene.

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