Geek Revolution Radio #169 – Spider-Man: Homecoming

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back in action.  With a whole new cast, and new face for the web-slinger, Spider-Man: Homecoming is the third installment or “reboot”.  Now under the Marvel Cinematic Universe, fans are finally seeing what can be with Spider-Man as a rightful part of the Avengers.  In this week’s episode, Will and Ryan review the new film, compare it to the other films, and break down where it fits among other Marvel films.

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Spider-Man: Homecoming

Part 1 – Intro

To kick off the show, Will and Ryan discussed the latest Star Wars news, specifically revolving around the Han Solo film.  With the booting of its directors, rumors of the lead needing an acting coach, and a number of other issues swirling, the guys discuss whether the hiring of Ron Howard is enough to right the ship.

 

Part 1 – Spider-Man: Homecoming

In what could possibly be the best Spider-Man film to date, Tom Holland  did an outstanding job as the third actor to don the mask.  From the get go, as the Marvel logo appeared, both Will and Ryan felt it had the feel of a truly “Marvel” Spider-Man film.  This wasn’t a Sony film with the support of Marvel, but more the opposite, as it had the feeling of other Marvel films.

The guys go into the various things that there was to love about this film.  The film had outstanding performance from both Holland, as well Michael Keaton as the Vulture.  This was an all around great film, with plenty of laughs, and growing pains of a young and learning Spider-Man.

Credits

So what did you think of Spider-Man: Homecoming?  Was this the best Spider-Man film to date?  Get into conversation at Facebook.com/GeekRevolutionRadio

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Hosts: Will Hatton and Ryan Bennett

Intro Song: “What You Want” composed by Kevin McLeod , licensed under Creative Commons

Interlude Song: “Thief in the Night” composed by Kevin McLeod , licensed under Creative Commons

Credit Song: “Riptide” composed by Kevin McLeod, licensed under Creative Commons