Atom User Reviews for Spider-Man: Far From Home - Extended Cut
The added content didn’t affect the film too much. Added a little more goofiness. Love the film still. One of my favorite Marvel films so far!
I liked the buildup even though I was confused what was happening from the beginning and once the story actually set the visuals set you on a roller coaster. I haven’t seen the original cut so i don’t know what’s the difference but I enjoyed this!
EEEEEEEEEPIIIIIIICCCC!!! Extended Cut is amazing, got all the extras from the trailer.
Not a bad movie. My son loved it and it had a few laughs in it. Waiting for the next one to come out!
Worth seeing a second time!
Minor 10 seconds worth of an "Extend Cut" that didn't really add on to the movie. Still a great movie and was happy to watch it again.
extended cut was not much of a difference from the regular movie didn't even so any difference at all
So mad Sony is going to ruin Spider-Man. Tom Holland is THE Spider-Man.
It was really an awesome movie.
I watched it for the 2nd time (just bcuz it said “extended cut”) & it was really the same other than adding 2 or 3 new scenes. So it was just ok for me as a 2nd time watching.
The extra scenes don’t add much to the movie
Far From Home, which brings back Homecoming director Jon Watts and screenwriters Chris McKenna and Erik Sommers, sometimes strains to match the intensity of the all-out battles in its dialogue scenes, and there are too many exchanges where characters reel off a dozen overlapping half-jokes in the hopes that you’ll come away with the feeling something funny was said.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is best viewed as the dessert at the end of an elaborate and overindulgent tasting menu. You’ve already eaten twenty-two courses, you’re totally stuffed and in no mood for more food, and then they bring out the cookie sampler with eight different kinds of homemade sweets and of course you eat it and you’re even more full than before but it was worth it because the cookie sampler is amazing.
The young cast, led by Tom Holland as the bashful web-slinger and Zendaya as a shy girl slow to lose her inhibitions, is plenty appealing as well as funny. But without a proper, full-on villain, as well as an adequate substitute for Robert Downey Jr.'s late, oft-mentioned Tony Stark, this comes off as a less than glittering star in the Marvel firmament.