Jeremy Crabb’s review published on Letterboxd:
Spider-Man just might be my favorite superhero, so this is a very personal one for me. Spider-Man: Homecoming nails the character better than any other live-action Spider-Man film had before it, and that's why it's one of my personal favorites of the MCU. It's much simpler and less complex than most of the other MCU films, but I think that's what really works about it. The simplicity is actually quite refreshing, and it gives the film a fresh feel to it. Past that, it also launches Tom Holland's first solo film as the character perfectly, giving it a John Hughes-esque feel that we've never seen in a Spider-Man movie before. It's not perfect, but it's my personal favorite live-action adaptation of the character, and one of my favorite MCU films to date.