The newest addition to the Spiderman franchise, “Spiderman: Far From Home”, I thought was a very solid addition to the series, directly connected to the last Marvel Film, “Avengers Endgame” – where Ironman/Tony Stark dies. The time travel and loss of half of humanity is explained at the start of this film by calling what happened “A blip” in time. As I stated in my review of the Avengers movie, everybody has to suspend all sense of common sense and logic to buy into the time travel idea in Avengers Endgame, where half the worlds population is rescued using time travel.
There is a twist in the story of Far From Home, that I thought was too far fetched to believe that most of the science could be pulled off by the villain in this movie played by Jake Gyllenhaal. Samuel L. Jackson is once again in another Marvel movie, adding to his long record of super hero movie appearances playing the Nick Fury character. Spiderman is once again played well by Tom Holland, in his second appearance in this franchise.
The Rotten Tomatoes rating for this film is a very high 93% and I would rate it at about 80% mainly due to the convoluted story idea. I recommend Spiderman: Far From Home.