POST MOVIE REVIEW – Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

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Wai Ting & John Pollock conclude their two-year look back at the Marvel Cinematic Universe by reviewing its 23rd film, Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019).

As Peter Parker deals with the death of mentor Tony Stark, how does a 16-year-old react when his responsibility becomes too great? How does director Jon Watts showcase a post-snap world? We discuss the duality of Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio before and following the mid-film swerve, the film’s ability to break stereotypes in its casting, as well as its shocking mid and post-credits scenes.

To celebrate the conclusion of our MCU reviews, we’re releasing a brand new t-shirt by Robert Pearson (with respects to Jack “King” Kirby) available now at

Until July 21st, all profits from sales of the tee will go towards a split donation for two very special causes:

At the conclusion of the podcast, we announce the next film franchise we’ll be tackling on POST Movie Reviews.

Synopsis from Google:

As Spider-Man, a beloved superhero, Peter Parker faces four destructive elemental monsters while on holiday in Europe. Soon, he receives help from Mysterio, a fellow hero with mysterious origins.


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