Just got back from Spider-Man : Homecoming
In short, I really liked it.
It's a really funny, fun movie with notably different style (a lot of John Hughes, and even a little sprinkle of Wes Anderson) compared to previous Spider-Man films, which makes it feel quite fresh.
The action is on the right scale (not over blown), and the Universe building is handled well.
Tom Holland is great, as expected, and Michael Keaton's Vulture is quite a good villain.
That being said, I was somewhat disappointed in some of the casting, as well as in how some of the characters were written.
Just as an example, Flash Thompson is now a rich science geek type bully (I assume to be modern), but to me the strong jock type bully is part of what makes Flash the character I know. In particular because the later comics uses this as a spring board for some really significant character development that I am having a hard time seeing with this Flash.
To be fair, if Flash was only a jock type bully to me, then I don't think I'd care, but he was so much more in later comics...
Also (big movie ending spoiler)
Michelle is MJ? Fuck right off. If she's MJ then call her Mary-Jane Watson, and give her hair some red. Changing her name and look just for a "surprise" in the ending is BS. Now there won't be a Mary Jane Watson in the MCU. That makes me sad.
Personality wise she is more like comic book MJ than Kirsten Dunst, I'll give them that, but it's not by much. Comic book MJ was the life of the party, the kind of girl who enters a room and just lights it up. This was not that.
...This really annoyed me to be frank.
Anyways, I still really liked the movie. It might even be up there with Spider-Man 2. Maybe.
There's two ending credits scenes, and the last one is hilarious. All I'm gonna say about that.