Most of the people who have seen the trailers for this movie, and know the plot of it, have been expecting something like it. But what they got was something even better. The Marvel Cinematic Universe is returning to its roots, and in doing so, it is showing us all what it really is, and how much we have been missing all these years.
Let's see what the film is about.
Plot: The film opens with the heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe teaming up to save the world. After being Spider-Man for years, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) is a science student at Empire State University who is working on a new weapon. The device is designed to upgrade technology to a point that humans can control it. While testing the device, the minds of several people are transferred to a machine, which causes mayhem. Spider-Man's search for the mastermind behind the machine leads him to the villainous Vulture (Michael Keaton) and his henchmen. Vulture reveals that he is a clone of Spider-Man, and as such, he has been sacrificing scientists to enhance his abilities. Spider-Man is forced to work with his arch rival, Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), to find out who is behind the manipulation of technology. As he and Iron Man journey to understand the reasons for the ruthlessness of the rogue group, Spider-Man is attacked by Doctor Octavius (Michael Keaton) in a suit of his own design. To stop the villain, Spider-Man has to use the skills and knowledge he gained during the events of Spider-Man Homecoming, where he encountered the Vulture's clone, and to use the technology that was created by Tony Stark to defeat Doctor Octopus. Why we like it: The film is a clear return to the more grounded MCU, and that is just the right kind of approach to give us a movie that we haven't seen in a long time. The characterizations are solid, and the storytelling is sharp and exhilarating.
The first appearance of Peter Parker in a movie was in the 2002 film Spider-Man. Spider-Man has been in many different movies. He's been the main protagonist of more than one Spider-Man movie. Spider-Man has been in a total of 19 movies and 7 web-slinging Netflix shows. The list of Spider-Man movies below include the main characters, the villains and the webshooters.