So, I saw "Spider-Man: Far From Home" this week, so here's my review of it.
I will go into spoiler territory, so you have been warned.
The movie is OK. It's has good acting, good action, and good writing...
...it's just the ending that irks me.
Specifically, the first post-credits scene.
Why end such a lighthearted and silly movie in a such a downbeat note?
Why the whole reveal of Spider-Man's identity? That renders all the efforts Spider-Man went through to conceal his identity, both in this movie and in "Homecoming", completely irrelevant.
And the reaction the people had on Mysterio's death makes no sense. Marvel heroes always kill t