Spider-Man: Homecoming

Synopsis: Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark, Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
Director(s): Jon Watts
Production: Sony Pictures
  4 wins & 9 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
133 min

Things are never gonna be

the same now.

I mean, look at this.

You got aliens.

You got big green guys

tearing down buildings.

You got big green guys

tearing down buildings.

When I was a kid,

I used to draw cowboys and Indians.

Actually, it's Native American,

but whatever.

Yeah. Tell you what, though.

It ain't bad, is it?

No. Yeah.

Kid's got a future.

Yeah, well...

...we'll see, I guess.

No, hey!

You can't saw through that stuff.

These alien bastards are tough.

You gotta use the stuff they use.

- See? All right.

- All right.

Oh, hey!

Glad you could join us. Afternoon.

- Yeah. My alarm didn't go off.

- Yeah, your alarm.

Look, just go stack

that armor plating like I asked you.

This is a huge deal for us.

Attention, please!

In accordance

with Executive Order 396B...

...all post-battle cleanup operations

are now under our jurisdiction.

Thank you for your service.

We'll take it from here.

Who the hell are you?

Qualified personnel.

Look, I have a city contract to salvage

all this, okay, with the city, so-

I apologize, Mr. Toomes, but all salvage

operations are now under ou rjurisdiction.

Please turn over any and all

exotic materials that you've collected...

...or you will be prosecuted.

Ma'am, what am-- ?

Please. Come here.

Hey, lady, come on.


...I bought trucks for this job.

I brought in a whole new crew.

These guys have a family.

I have a family.

I'm all in on this. I could lose my house.

I'm sorry, sir. There's nothing I can do.

Maybe next time,

don't overextend yourself.

What'd you say?


He's right. I overextended myself.

- Hey, hey, hey.

- Don't do it.

Put them down.

If you have a grievance,

you may take it up with my superiors.

Your superiors. Who the hell are they?

A joint venture between Stark Industries

and the government...

...the Department of Damage Control,

will oversee the collection...

...and storage of alien

and other exotic materials.

Now the a**holes who made this mess

are paid to clean it up.

Yeah, it's all rigged.

Experts estimate there are

over 1500 tons of exotic material...

...scattered throughout the tri-state area.

Hey, chief!

We have another load from yesterday.

We're supposed to turn this in, right?

I ain't hauling it.

It's too bad.

We could have made some cool stuff

from all that alien junk.

I tell you what.

Let's keep it.

The world's changing.

It's time we change, too.

There you go, Mason.

Business is good.

New York. Queens.

- t's a rough borough, but, hey, it's home.

- Who you talking to?

No one. Just making

a little video of the trip.

- You know you can't show it to anyone.

- Yeah, I know.

Then why are you narrating

in that voice?

- Because it's fun.

- Fun.

So why do they call you Happy?

Come on.

I'm not carrying your bags. Let's go.

Hey, should I go

to the bathroom before?

There's a bathroom on it.

No pilot? That's awesome.

- Is that where you're gonna sit?

- Yeah.

This is your first time

on a private plane?

My first time on any plane.

Should it-- ? Should it be-- ?

Should it be making that noise?

No one has actually told me

why I'm in Berlin or what I'm doing.

Something about

Captain America going crazy.

- This is you.

- Oh, we're neighbors?

We're not roommates. Suit up.

Okay, Peter, you got this.

- What the hell are you wearing?

- It's my suit.

- Where's the case?

- What case?

What? I thought that was a closet.

- This is still my room?

- Go.

- My room is way bigger than--

- There.

I found the case. I found the case.

"A minor upgrade"?

Oh, my God.

- Put it on.

- What the-- ?

This is the coolest thing

I've ever seen--

- Let's go.

- But, yeah. Well, I don't understand.

Is it for me? Happy. Happy, wait.

This is insane. Insane.

Look at this thing.

Look. Look at the eyes.

- This is the greatest day of my life.

- Let's go.

Okay, there's Captain America, Iron Man,

Black Widow. Who's that new guy?

- Underoos!

- Oh, that's me. I gotta go. I gotta go.

Hey, everyone.

The craziest thing just happened.

I just had a fight with Captain America.

I stole his shield. I threw it at him--

What the hell? He's big now.

I gotta go. Hang on.

It was the most amazing thing!

Mr. Stark was like, "Hey, Underoos!"

I flipped in and stole Cap's shield.

I was like, "What's up, everybody?"

And then-- Hey, just a second!


L- ley-

We have thin walls here.

What are you doing, a little video diary?

- Yeah.

- It's all right.

- I'd do the same thing.

- I told him not to.

- He was filming. I'm gonna wipe the chip.

- Okay.

Hey. You know what?

We should make an alibi video

for your aunt anyway. You ready?

- An alibi? Sure. Okay.

- We rolling? Get in the frame.

Hey, May. How you doing? What are

you wearing? Something skimpy, I hope.

Peter, that's inappropriate.

Let's start over. You can edit it.

Three, two, one. Hey, May.

My gosh, I wanted to tell you what

an incredible job your nephew did...

...this weekend

at the Stark internship retreat.

Everyone was impressed.

Come on! It's a freaking merge. I'm sorry.

This is because you're not

on Queens Boulevard.

See, Happy is hoping to get

bumped up to asset management.

He was forehead of security,

before that he was a driver.

That was a private conversation.

I don't like joking about this.

It was hard to talk about that.

- No, seriously, was he snoring a bunch?

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