‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Gets An Honest Trailer

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Spider-Man: Homecoming has finally been released for your “at home” consumption so you know the folks at Screen Junkies are ready to release an Honest Trailer for the film.

The trailer likes to pick apart the film when it comes to logic, forced relationships with the wall crawler and even the slow ripple effects of the Marvel Cinematic Universe timeline coming apart, but it’s done in a fun and non-malicious way…unlike CinemaSins.

Anyway, the Honest Trailer is a fun watch even if you have seen the movie over a dozen times. Screen Junkies did their homework when it comes to breaking down the film in a way that this reviewer didn’t even catch.

Some of the blatantly obvious ones is the fact that this is Michael Keaton playing some type of flying creature for a third time, the fact that Peter Parker pretty much suffers no consequences when it comes to his actions, and the villain has a forced connection with the Web-head.

On the plus, we got a Peter Parker that looks like he has recently attended a high school and actually goes through the authentic teenage angst that comes with it.

Allow yourself about five minutes to give this video a watch if you want to have a good laugh and relive some of the ridiculous plot points of the film. Of course, this is a spoiler filled video so make you sure you watch the movie first.

Spider-Man: Homecoming is available now on home video, so go ahead and pick it up.

What’d you think of Spider-Man: Homecoming? Did you enjoy the Honest Trailer? Be sure to tell us your thoughts in the comment section!

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Lifelong film fanatic, Mark Salcido was discovered frozen in carbonite by C.H.U.Ds. He was released to the surface level to spread his rants and opinions on anything of film and digital. Batman calls him for advice.