Spider-Man: Far From Home is a solid sequel with some clunky humor and a drab first half but picks up significantly by its end.
Sony instills a lot of fun and avoids making any major mistakes with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, their new animated adventure with the webslinger, despite a densely bloated plot.
The newest entry in the Dragon Tattoo franchise, The Girl in the Spider’s Web, is a far cry from the original Swedish films as well as the 2011 David Fincher version with decent acting buried by a bland story and lack of direction.
After years of anticipation, the fan favorite antihero and villain, Venom, finally hits the big screen yet fails at every conceivable level.
Aneesh Chaganty’s feature film directorial debut, Searching, is an emotional rollercoaster filled with confusion, shock, and revelation.
The first teaser for Venom has been released.
Despite some flaws, Marvel Studios brings back the lovable, wisecracking webslinger in his feature length return to the company in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Spider-Man’s standalone introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe releases this week and sees a third new webslinger within a 15 year period. We discuss the twists and turns of the character in this installment of State of the Franchise! *Spoilers Ahead*