Tony Stark In Desi Indian Avatar Spiderman Homecoming Review
A young Spider-Man/Tom Holland, who has made his amazing debut in Captain America Civil War as an Avengers, begins to navigate his new identity as the web-slinging super hero in Spider-Man: Homecoming is out in the theaters now.
The story has a local feel and is all the better for it. Peter isn’t trying to save the world or battling evil. A brief trip to Washington apart, he stays at home. His house is in the city of New York where he lives with Aunt May (Marisa Tomei) and where he goes to school. He’s not a fully fledged Avenger yet and his patron Tony Stark/Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr) encourages him to stick for the time being to being “a friendly, neighborhood Spider-Man.” When he is not in costume (and sometimes when he is), he hangs out with his best friend Ned (Jacob Batalon), a roly-poly figure who holds super-heroes in awe.
Now talking about the young super hero Peter Parker(Spider-man), The 21-year-old actor not only delivers a great performance but actually looks convincing in the avatar of a 15-year-old high school student as well as a newbie, trainee superhero. the viewer will see him in a trouble, worry about the consequences or dangers he has to face and pray for him to overcome every obstacle and emerge as the winner.
Robert Downey Jr. has a great performance in the Spider-man and he steals the show as Tony Stark / Iron Man in the movie. His presence in the film is enough to make his fans forget everything else and stare at him, such is his charisma. Indians will love to see him in Indian desi avatar in a white Kurta with red dupatta will make any female fan faint. like always his style and attitude has taken this movie to another level.
The best part of the movie:
Peter Parker’s performance is impressive and lovable. The desi Indian look of Robert Downey Jr. Steals the show as Tony Stark / Iron Man. I liked the scene when Spidey rescues his friends in a lift and the action scene in the climax. Nice special effects