Enjoyable Spider-Man Reboot
Spider-Man: Homecoming, is the third reboot of the Spider-Man movies and it was quite a delight! Tom Holland does an excellent job portraying Peter Parker, acting (and looking!) like a real, awkward, overly-ambitious, and optimistic teenager. It's funny but realistically deals with typical adolescent issues, while also dealing with Spider-Man's classic message of great power=great responsibility. There's a lot of diversity in this film, and the female characters are intelligent (though they don't do much).
Violence: Typical superhero action with physical fighting, some blood, etc, but milder than most Marvel films. There are a few scenes of peril, including high school students in a falling elevator, and there's a longer scene where a boat full of people is cut in half. A minor character is killed.
Sex: Some teenage romance. A kiss. Comments are made about Aunt May's attractiveness. One joke about watching porn.
Language: Several instances of four letter words like "bulls*t", "sh*t", and a cut off "f**k". Flash calls Peter "Penis Parker" a few times. Other use of milder words like "crap", "h*ll", etc. A character gives the middle finger once. Teenagers briefly play "F, kill, or marry", though the actual word isn't used.
Drinking/drugs/smoking: Teens drink at a party but it's not said if they're drinking alcohol or not.
This title contains:
Positive role models
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking