Spider-Man: Far From Home

Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019)

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Corrected entry: Spider-man and Mysterio fight the first Elemental. On the bridge, the elemental beats Peter Parker and he is wet. This could not be, because the water elemental is a hologram. Spider-man couldn't get wet from a hologram. (00:21:35)

Correction: In addition to holograms, Mysterio uses drones to cause real damage. Otherwise, his con would be figured out very easily. In this case, the hologram obscures drones that blast water from the canal (or possibly even collect water and spray it) which then get Peter wet.

Phaneron Premium member

I don't think drones are capable of doing that, as we've seen they're only capable of firing guns.

We saw them traveling underwater toward Tower Bridge and firing causing water to spray up.

I think Spider-Man being wet is sufficient evidence that the drones are capable of more than shooting guns. Why call it a mistake when it's perfectly reasonable for it to be drones even if not explicitly shown?

But their firepower could splash water up and make Peter wet though. So he got wet from splashing water from all the firepower upon the water and bridge.

lionhead

Corrected entry: Spider-Man and Mysterio fight the Fire Elemental. After his destruction, Peter runs to Mysterio and picks him up. How did he do that if Mysterio's hologram was fighting the Elemental? (00:58:18)

Correction: Mysterio planned this all very carefully. His own hologram destroys the elemental hologram, and he uses the ensuing energy surge hologram as a distraction to get into place. Of course we don't see him do this as this would immediately give away the twist to the audience.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: How is it Peter's spider sense doesn't work when he thinks he's talking to Fury but it's actually Mysterio in disguise? Considering he's a danger then Peter's spider sense should be going off.

Rob245

Correction: The whole point of the ending is Peter was letting his visual perception override his spidey-sense (Peter tingle), which is why Happy referred to it as not working, but Peter says it is now that he knows to ignore what he sees and listen to the tingle.

jimba

Corrected entry: When Peter is in a Dutch cell, he is surrounded by Dutchmen who greet him in Dutch at first. Then Peter breaks out of the cell, the Dutch guard hears the lock break and yells to his fellow countrymen "is everything OK with you guys?" instead of yelling it in Dutch. (01:20:00 - 01:20:30)

Correction: The other men in the cell were also speaking to Peter in English. It's possible the guard heard this and deduced that at least one person in the cell didn't speak Dutch, so he decided to call out to everyone in English, correctly assuming that everyone in the cell would understand him.

Phaneron Premium member

Corrected entry: When Peter puts on EDITH glasses he gets all the info on every person he looks at. When he puts them on in front of Beck, EDITH fails to tell him he is a former employee of Stark Industries.

Correction: Beck's plan is to ultimately gain possession of E.D.I.T.H. He most likely found a way to delete himself from not only Stark's databases, but S.H.I.E.L.D.'s as well.

Phaneron Premium member

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Question: Do they ever say why Mysterio's doing all of this? Perhaps revenge on Stark, making himself into a hero? What's his reason for causing all this chaos?

Rob245

Answer: That pretty much sums it up yeah. He wants credit for his work. He felt cheated by Stark that he wasn't given credit for his invention that Stark so lovingly called B.A.R.F. Stark was Iron Man and a world renowned hero, savior of the world multiple times... even literally saving half of the entire universe from Thanos. Quentin Beck wanted to upstage him or make himself into a hero, but had no real ability to do so. So he manufactured conflicts with illusions and special effects to make the world appear to be in peril with a problem that only he could solve. This would allow him to swoop in, appear to save the day and be the only one that could have done it, and have the world praise him the way they did Stark. He's motivated by vanity, jealousy, and a desire for a passive aggressive revenge on Stark.

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