Spider-Man - Far From Home

Spider-Man - Far From Home
Still coping with the events of “Endgame”, Peter Parker embarks on a trip to Europe with his school friends. His superhero services are requested by Nick Fury when several cities are attacked by elemental creatures and the emergence of Mysterio who tries to thwart them. Here are a few movie mistakes to look for while watching “Spider-Man – Far from Home”.

· Peter is on the phone with May after the incident in Venice. Happy tells him he’s “taking care of your aunt” and the view of Peter shows he’s holding the phone with his right hand and his left arm is by his side. It cuts to a quick view of Brad Davis and then back to Peter who is now turned and against the phone. His left arm is on top of the phone.

· Quentin Beck aka Mysterio and Peter are in the bar in Prague. In the first close-up, Peter mentions, “Fury was right, Tony did a lot for me,” the blue straw in his glass is bent toward him. It cuts to a different view when he begins to say, “Mr. Stark”, and the straw is straight, pointed away from him. In the close-up, right side view when Peter asks, “what do you mean”, the straw is bent again.

· Peter and MJ are talking outside her hotel room. In the first front view of Peter when she’s asking him where he was, his left shirt collar is under his backpack strap. MJ says, “We were worried about you,” and Peter’s collar is over the backpack strap. It’s under the strap again in the next view and over again when he tells her goodnight.

“Spider-Man – Far from Home” (2019) stars Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Marisa Tomei, Jon Favreau, Zendaya, Jacob Batalon and Tony Revolori. It runs 129 minutes and is rated PG-13 for sci-fi action violence, some language and brief suggestive comments.

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