These questions we still ask ourselves about Spider-Man Homecoming

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We thought that its release on Netflix was an opportunity to remake the first part of the adventures of Spider-Man!

Teenage movie par excellence, Spider-Man: Homecoming marked the first steps of Tom Holland in the costume of the famous super -hero after a lightning appearance in Captain America: Civil War . Available since Friday, January 8 on Netflix, Jon Watts' feature film will be an opportunity to return to the original story of the spider-man four years after its theatrical release. However, for the most informed fans (like us), we must admit that we still have several questions … If Far From Home had already been the subject of a detailed analysis by Melty , so it is time to return to the first chapter of the adventures of Peter Parker. Just to come full circle!

WHY HAPPY WAS NO MORE ALERT BY THE TECHNOLOGY USED DURING THE DISTRIBUTOR'S BREAKDOWN?

Tom Holland as Peter Parker in Spider-Man : Homecoming. – Credit (s): Sony Pictures

Spider-Man: Homecoming This may interest you : These questions that we still ask ourselves about Titanic (and not this is not about the board). takes place after the events of Captain America: Civil War while Peter Parker now hopes to officially integrate the Avengers. In order to escape his teenage life from Queens and prove his worth to Tony Stark, the young boy does not hesitate to fight crime. This stubbornness will lead him to cross during his vendetta the minions of the Vulture, determined to rob a distributor using a modified alien device. During this heist, Peter is therefore a witness to 'an extraordinary cutting-edge technology, which however, will not seem to worry Happy any more when the superhero tells him about the scene at the start of the film. If this is obviously part of the running-gag set up between the character of Jon Favreau and that of

Tom Holland , the right arm of Tony Stark does not seem more alerted by the testimony of Peter and the images of video surveillance which will be diffused thereafter. Was it cinema? Did Happy do this to protect Peter? Unless it does not seem important to him at the time of the breakage? If we will eventually never have the answer, fortunately, Spider-Man's stubbornness and the Vulture's activities will have ended up blaming Iron Man and the FBI.

WHY DOES NOBODY CAPTURE THAT PETER HANDS AN EXTRATERRESTRIAN WEAPON IN A HIGH SCHOOL WORKSHOP?

While he was able to get his hands on an alien artifact, Peter tries alongside Ned to study it. To do this, the two high school students take advantage of a course in a workshop to work on the famous artefact using a hammer and other tools to dislodge the stone from its envelope. This procedure then causes a certain din in the workshop and the Chitauri weapon radiates an almost fluorescent purple. However, no one seems to notice the strange light just like no student like their teacher seems to be paying attention to the experience that is taking place next to them. And to say that Peter wanted to be discreet, that's a failure!

HOW DID PETER HACK AN AVENGERS SECURITY SYSTEM THANKS TO A SIMPLE CALCULET?

Peter Parker, Happy et Tony Stark dans Spider-Man : Homecoming.

We know Peter Parker is a little genius of science. Nevertheless, we must admit that his mentor, Tony Stark is a much more recognized scientist than the teenage native of Queens. Evidenced by his many creations throughout the adaptations of the MCU but also the security system set up by Damage Control, the subsidiary of Stark Industries responsible for collecting artifacts and repairing the damage caused by the Avengers. Stuck in the latter's warehouse, Peter then tries to hack the security system in order to get out and attend the National Championships in time. For this, he uses his calculator, a rather surprising tool that we can hardly imagine being able to defuse the security of Damage Control. In addition, Peter finds himself in a warehouse alongside the many artefacts collected by the branch. Hard to imagine then that a security guard did not detect his presence, and did not stop him, suspecting that he could have stolen these precious objects …

HOW DID THE VULTURE TEAM LEARN TO USE HIGH-TECHNOLOGY GEAR?

Michael Keaton as the Vulture in Spider-Man: Homecoming. – Credit (s): Marvel Studios

Spider-Man: Homecoming opens with the destruction of New- York and on that of the Stark Tower at the end of the events filmed in 768 during The Avengers . Assigned thanks to his company, Adrian Toomes and his men were subsequently dismissed, Damage Control taking the direction of operations and taking charge of rehabilitating the premises. A few years later, we discover that the Vulture and his former colleagues have actually recovered several Chitauri artifacts to create an exoskeleton as well as weapons that they can then resell on the black market. Nevertheless, one still wonders how the minions of the Vulture as well as the latter were able to acquire sufficient knowledge in order to manipulate as they wish and in their interests, these devices . While Damage Control wishes to study them and does not seem to have reached satisfactory conclusions at the time of the events of Homecoming , these former construction workers have succeeded in create high-tech weapons and have managed to convert themselves into formidable specialists in Chitauri weapons. We want their secret!

WHY DID PETER SUDDENLY HAVE VERTIGE AT THE TOP OF WASHINTON MONUMENT?

Spider-Man au sommet du Washington Monument dans Spider-Man : Homecoming.

Spider- Man atop the Washington Monument in Spider-Man: Homecoming. – Credit (s): Sony Pictures

One of the emblematic images of the Spider-Man universe is obviously the spider-man swinging from buildings to buildings in the heart of New York. A cliché that Jon Watts did not hesitate to include in his film but which however led to an inconsistency in Homecoming , since while he is trying to save his friends stuck in the elevator to the top of the Washington Monument, Peter Parker is suddenly dizzy. In addition, the obelisk is lower than some New York skyscrapers. Therefore, we wonders why the spider-man was suddenly scared, especially since the Vulture had taken him hundreds of meters above the ground a few days before. The time Peter has to reach the top of the tower, i.e. sec, is also extremely short. It is therefore legitimate to think that the elevator would have had time to crash several times, Spider-Man seeming to have entered well after the allotted time. But after these questions, you will tell me, we are more than an inconsistency …

HOW DID THE SCORPIO SURVIVE HIS ACCIDENT ON THE FERRY?