Let this sink in for a bit; Spiderman Homecoming, a modern superhero flick, yet the film's biggest standout requires no sky-beam, a swarm of disposable minions, or a giant floating island in the sky. Boasting AMAZING performances and cleverly written script, The film's best was encapsulated within a scene so small and intimate, one that doesn't rely on set pieces or CGI. Jon Watts masterfully directs this movie, web-slinging its way through surprises and small, yet endearing moments that when converge, become the ULTIMATE character study piece for Marvel's beloved hero. Its constant adolescent and coming-of-age vibe forged an unorthodox approach to the genre, reinventing the now-infamous 'origin story.' Staying true to the character's core value, Holland is SPECTACULAR as both Peter and his web-crawling alter-ego. And is without a doubt the SUPERIOR actor to carry the mantle. On the other hand, "a hero is as good as his villain." It was a long wait, but Keaton's Vulture is a menace that we all have been waiting for all these years. Needless to say, Spiderman Homecoming is everything that a superhero movie should be and more.