Liked it overall but a little bit disappointed. Vulture was cool, Holland made a good Peter Parker. It was a little bit of a backwards step for me with Spidey getting to grips with his powers again, looking clumsy and unfit at times, going back to the jumble sale costume. The tech stuff was most unwelcome, as was Ned. I think the age of Peter and co was more blatantly young than I would have liked but I'm an old fart. I was really hoping they wouldn't sex up the girls in any way. Stark was a bit by the numbers for me, not convincing. Personally I think Spider-Man should have his own story totally detached from the Avengers etc. I love the cross over in these films but this annoyed me. The penny dropping at the end should have come an hour and a half earlier. Friendly Neighbourhood Spider-Man all the way please. And May suddenly being the local hotty was ridiculous IMO.
I know race has been mentioned. I think it worked for me in terms of relevance to 2017 but I do like the original aesthetic if I'm honest. Someone mentioned a ginger MJ, that kind of thing. I got home and googled vintage Vulture pictures for instance. I like things as I remember them but not at the cost of a diverse cast so can't have it all ways I guess.
Watched Spider-Man 2 after and I prefer those films. Really captured what Spidey is all about to me. The movement when web slinging was spot on. The fight on the building with Doc Oc was great, very comic book. I think they've lost that feeling recently. We all know about Spidey, Pete's issues etc. Get on with it.