Bis Khan’s review published on Letterboxd:
I get that the 80s nostalgia is in right now, but with Spider-Man: Homecoming it felt a little more like introduction to 80s for teens. As a result the soundtrack lets the film down ever so slightly, and it feels like it's trying too hard to play into this 80s vibes ting. But this is only a tinsy tiny thing - the film itself is really well paced and throughly well balanced - it is engaging yet light. SO much happens without it being overwhelming to the audience.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is totally unique from the others before it, and I love how it establishes the scene and context quite perfectly in the opening sequence.
I loved Tom Holland, his nerdy friend Ned, Zendaya, Happy, Birdman, the lot of them. There's a lot more, but fack it, it's great, you'll see.
I recommend it.