Tom Holland in a scene from "Spider-Man: Far From Home."
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In this ambitious and successful sequel to "Spider-Man: Homecoming," Parker trades Coney Island and the Staten Island ferry for Venice, Berlin, London and Prague.The first half of "Spider-Man: Far From Home " could stand alone -- Parker juggles trying to romance the tough-but-vulnerable MJ (Zendaya) while fighting giant monsters beside a ragtag group of superheroes. "Far From Home" takes place immediately after the metaconclusion of all 22 films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and assumes you know what happened.Spider-Man gets to play this time with a pair of high-tech eyeglasses that are an advanced tactical intelligence system, much as he interacted with last time with his suit's computer, Karen.The trippy visual effects that promise to stun you in the second half connect not to the first film but to "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" -- a huge complement since that one was animated.
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