It's not really surprising why Spider-Man is quite possibly one of the most appealing marvel characters if not the most interesting. For me personally, his character when you comic book heroes Spider-man is in the top three positions in addition to Batman & Superman. So many comics have been written about him, animated movies & series and five previous blockbuster films before the current movie.
This new installation is different from any of the other ones and in my opinion the most exciting ever and keeps room for an even more exciting squeal. The plot might be slightly different here but the major events like the death of his uncle are clear. The timeline of the events in the movie just after the spider-man was involved in the Avengers Civil War. What was interesting about this movie that it showed a side of the main character as emotionally vulnerable and going through phases in his life which is normal because he's a teenager. In the other movies probably both Toby Maguire & Andrew Garfield were in the late twenties playing a teenager hinged the authenticity of the character, while with Tom Holland he's barely twenty which helps the character to go through all the changes that occur with a youngster. What I even loved in this movie was the realism of the villain and the transformation from being a hardworking & law-abiding citizen to becoming this wretch sick of the system manipulations and controlling his destiny and knowing that what he's doing is wrong but necessary. The other part that I liked in this movie was the connection between the mentor & the prodigy on a human level not super hero level between Tony Stark & Peter Parker. At the end and in the nutshell it's highly recommended movie and the best in the Spider-man series and one of the best movies I've seen this year, it's pretty good year for comic fans with Wonder Woman & the new Spider-Man movie.