Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes

Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes
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Spider-Man: Far From Home is now playing in theaters. Here’s a roundup of the best Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes + review from a parent of teens.

Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes

Spider-Man: Far From Home is currently playing in theaters. If you’re a Marvel fan and you’re still shaken up about what happened at the end of Avengers: Endgame, you’re probably also wondering what’s next for Marvel; this Spider-Man movie gave us a little sneak preview of what’s to come. 

FYI- this post contains Spider-Man: Far From Home spoilers

Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes

Does Spider-Man: Far From Home happen after Avengers: Endgame?

Yes, this Spider-Man movie picks up shortly after the Avengers defeated Thanos and saved the world (again). It also explains why Peter and his friends are still in high school (I share a snippet of it below on explaining the blip). There’s even a tribute at the beginning to Captain America, Iron Man, Black Widow, and Vision. 

Is Spider-Man: Far From Home safe for kids?

I did pick up on a few swear words, I mean, Samuel L. Jackson IS a main character in this movie. But overall, our boys (teenagers) loved it and enjoyed it. I wouldn’t recommend it for younger kids, because they won’t catch the teenage slang, snark and some of the fast-paced action in this movie. 

Will teens love Spider-Man: Far From Home?

Our three teens enjoyed it, but all three of them gave different ratings from 7-9. This is a teen comedy movie. One of the boys didn’t care of for the ending when Mysterio told the world that Spiderman was Peter Parker. Zion did mention that Spider-Verse is still his favorite Spider-Man movie. 

 Spider-Man: Far From Home is a teen comedy movie

Derrick wasn’t a huge fan of this Spider-Man movie, so he gave it a 4. He stated he didn’t like how they made Peter to be so immature. I reminded him that Peter IS a 16-year-old teen. He’s like our teen boys. The humor in this movie, Peter’s stubbornness on wanting to take responsibility but spend time with a girl is right in line with how (most) teens behave. 

This movie is filled with teen jokes, teen behavior, and teens being teens. Peter is trying to move on from what happened in Endgame, which resulted in his mentor and friend, Tony Stark dying. He wants to be a kid, go on vacation, spend time with MJ, and not have to worry about any responsibility. That’s teens. They want to enjoy life, live in the moment, and not worry about what’s coming next. 

Overall, I thought Spider-Man: Far From Home is a fun movie. It was refreshingly funny, something light we needed to see after so much death and sadness from Endgame. We wanted clues of who was still alive (but with Marvel, do you ever really know) or who’s dead. We wanted to find out where everyone (other Avengers) went, because, according to Fury, none of the other superheroes were available to help fight The Elements. Interesting thought, right? 

Would I say this was my favorite movie? Nah, but for our teens, they enjoyed it, and it was fun. 

Make sure you stay the way until the end since we will have an end credit scene and a middle of the credits scene. By the way, what did you guys think of the end credit scene with Fury? Drop your thoughts below! 

***listed below is a round of movie quotes from Spider-Man: Far From Home. This list is currently being updated as I work through my notes. Please bear with me as I go back to check for errors and add more quotes. Feel free to leave a comment below if I missed something or miswrote something. Thanks! 

Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes
Photo Credit: Sony

Spider-Man: Far From Home Movie Quotes

Maria Hill to Nick Fury: Nick, this was a tragedy. But it’s not why we’re here. What are we, fighting the weather now?

Nick Fury: The locals say the cyclone had a face. 

Maria: People see things when they in distress. 


Betty Brant + Jason Ionello explains the Blip

Betty: Historic. Over five years ago, half of life in the universe, including our own Midtown High was wiped from existence. But then eight months ago, a band of brave hereos brought us back. They called it “the blip”.

Betty: Those of us who blipped away came back the same age. But our classmates that didn’t blip had grown five years older. 

Jason: Yeah, like my little brother is now older than me. 

Betty: Yeah, it’s mad. And even though we had blipped away halfway through the school year and had already taken mid-terms, the school made us start the whole year over from the beginning. 

Jason: Totally unfair. It’s not right. 

Betty: Tigers. It’s been a long, dramatic, somewhat confusing road. As we draw this year to a close, it’s time to move on. To a new phase of our lives. 

Jason: Pray nothing crazy happens again. ‘Cause is the Avengers like even a thing anymore? Does anyone even have a plan?


Peter Parker explains his plan to Ned Leeds

Peter: I have a plan. 

Okay first, I’m going to sit next to MJ on the flight. 

Second, I’m going to buy a dual headphone adapter. And watch movies with her the whole time. 

Three, when we go to Venice, Venice is super famous for making stuff out of glass, right?

Ned: True. 

Peter: So, I’m going to buy her a black dahlia necklace, which is her favorite flower is the black dahlia, because of well, the murder. 

Four, when we go to Paris, I’m going to take her to the top of the Eiffel Tower and give her the necklace. 

Then five, I’m going to tell her how I feel. 

And then six, hopefully, she tells me she feels the same way. 

Ned: Don’t forget step seven. 

Peter: Step seven?

Ned: Don’t do any of that! 

Peter: Why?

Ned: Because we’re going to be bachelors in Europe. I may not know much, but I know this- Europeans love Americans. 

Peter: Really?

Ned: And more than half of them are women. 


MJ: What up dorks, excited about the science trip?

Peter: Hey, uh yeah, we’re just talking about the trip. 

Ned: Yeah, and Peter’s plan. 

MJ: You have a plan?

Peter: I don’t have a plan. 

Ned: He’s just going to collect tiny spoons while we’re traveling to other countries. 

MJ: Like, like a grandmother?

Peter: I’m not collecting tiny spoons. He’s collecting tiny spoons. 

MJ: Oh okay. Well, that was a real roller coaster. By the way travel tip, you should probably download a VPN on your phones so the government can’t track you while we’re abroad. 


Happy: Hey, sorry I’m late. 

Peter: Happy, hey…

Happy to May: Oh, you look lovely. 

May: Thanks, you too. 

Happy: Thank you. New dress?

May: Uh, yes, it is. Is it a new beard?

Happy: It’s my blip beard. I grew it in the blip. Blip beard. 


Peter: What just happened?

Happy: Heads up, Nick Fury’s calling you. 

Peter: Nick Fury’s going to call me? Why?

Happy: Because he probably has some superhero stuff for you to do. You’re a superhero. VP calls superheroes. 

Peter: Well, if it was really that important, he’d probably call someone else, not me. 

{phone buzzing} Probably not. 

Peter: I really don’t want to talk to Nick Fury. 

Happy: Answer the phone. 

Peter: Why?

Happy: Because if you don’t talk to him, then I have to talk. I don’t want to talk to him.

Peter: Why don’t you want to talk to him?

Happy: Because I’m scared- just answer the phone. 

You sent Nick Fury to voicemail?

Peter: Yeah. 

Happy: You don’t send Nick Fury to voicemail. 

Peter: Did you hear that? They’re calling me- I gotta go. 

Happy: You gotta talk to him. 

You do not ghost Nick Fury! 

Peter: I promise I’ll call him. After my trip. 

Happy: (answers the phone) Yeah, oh no, he’s not ghosting you. 


Peter Tingle

May: (tossing a banana at Peter) I thought you could sense that with your Peter Tingle. 

Peter: Please, do not start calling it my Peter Tingle. 

May: So what’s up? You can dodge bullets, but not bananas?

May: You know what? You should pack your suit just in case. I have a tingle about it. 

Peter: Please stop saying tingle, May. 


Flash Thompson: Yo Parker, this is called an Airplane. It’s like the busses you’re used to, except it flys over the poor neighborhoods instead of driving through them. 

MJ: Ma’am, (talking to the flight attendant) he blipped, so technically he’s 16, not 21. 

Flight Attendant to Flash: I’ll take that (referring to the drink). 

Flash: She’s lying. I don’t even know this girl. 


Betty + Ned

Peter: What was that?

Ned: Uh well, we actually got to talking on the plane, and it turns out we have a lot in common. So, uh, we’re both boyfriend and girlfriend now. 

Peter: Whatever happened to being an American bachelor in Europe?

Ned: Peter, those were the words of a boy. That boy met a woman. A very strong and powerful woman. And now, that boy’s a man 

Betty: Babe?

Ned: Coming babe! 


The meaning of Boh from Spider-Man: Homecoming


Peter: What?

MJ: Boh, the most perfect word in the world, the Italians created it, and I discovered it. 

Peter: What does it mean?

MJ: That’s the thing, it can mean a million things. It can mean I don’t know, get out of my face, I don’t know and get out of my face. It’s the best thing Italy ever created besides maybe espresso. 

MJ: Boh is my new superpower. It’s like the anti-aloha. I was born to say this word. 

So what’s in the bag?

Peter: Oh, uh, boh! 

MJ: Nice! 


Mr. Dell: The _____ museum, this is why we’re here in Venice. 

Mr. Harrington: This is it. 


What do you mean it’s closed! Till when?


Mr. Dell: You didn’t check the website?

Mr. Harrington: Oh, that’s a good idea. 


It’s aliens, has to be. 

Flash: Buzzfeed says there’s a sailor named Morris Finch (sp) who was exposed to an experimental underwater generator and got hydro powers. 

MJ: Yeah, you should definitely believe everything you read on the internet. 

Flash: Spiderman could take him. 

What do you think it is?

Mr. Dell: You know being a man of science, witches. 


Who is that guy (referring to Mysterio)?

He’s like Iron Man + Thor rolled into one. 

Flash: He’s alright. He’s no Spiderman. 

MJ: What is it with you and Spiderman?

Flash: What? He’s just awesome okay? He protects the neighborhood, and ya know, he’s inspiring. He inspires me to be a better man. 

Flash to Peter: What’s up d***wad, thought you drowned. 


Nick Fury: So good to finally meet you. I saw you at the funeral, but I didn’t think that was a good time to exchange numbers. 

Peter: No, that would have been really inappropriate. 

Nick: That’s what I just said. 

Peter: Right. 

Nick: The important thing is you’re here. I tried to bring you here. You avoided me, and now you’re here. What a coincidence. 

 I used to know everything. Then I come back five years later, and now I know nothing. No intel, no team. And a high school kid is dodging my calls. 

Nick starts telling Peter about what happened when a knock at the door. 

Mr. Harrington: Just making the rounds. Seeing if anyone needs emotional counseling after today’s traumatic events. 

Peter: No, we’re okay. We’re fine. Thank you. 

Mr. Harrington: Great, because I’m not qualified to actually, oh he’s passed out (referring to Ned’s snoring). Not really even qualified to do it on myself. Goodnight. 

Peter: That was my teacher, sorry. You were saying…

Nick starts to talk again and another knock at the door. 

Betty: Ned, are you still awake? You’re not answering any of my texts. 

Peter: He’s asleep, Betty. 

Betty: Oh, already? Oh okay. 

Nick starts to talk again, another knock.

Mr. Dell: Hey boy, so that canal water was filled with dangerous bacteria. 

Nick: Another person touches that door you and I are going to attend another funeral. Suit up. 


Nick gives Peter Stark’s glasses. 

Nick: Stark left these for you. 

Uneasy lays the head that wears the crown. Stark said you wouldn’t get that because it’s not a Starwars reference. 


Peter: Mysterio?

Mysterio: What?

Peter: That’s, just what my friends are calling you.

Well, you can call me Quentin. You handled yourself well out there today. I saw what you did with the tower. We could use someone like you on my world. 

Peter. Thanks. I’m sorry your world?

Nick Fury: Mr. Beck is from Earth. Just not yours. 

Beck/Mysterio: There are multiple realities, Peter. This is Earth dimension 616. I’m from Earth 833. 

Peter: I’m sorry, you’re saying there’s a multiverse? Because I thought that was just theoretical, that completely changes how we understand the initial singularity we’re talking about an eternal inflation system. How does that even work with all the quantum – it’s insane! 

Sorry, it’s really cool. 

Beck/Mysterio: Don’t ever apologize for being the smartest one in the room. 


Maria Hill: It wil be in Prague in approximately 48 hours. 

Nick Fury: We have one mission. Kill it. You’re coming with us (talking to Peter). 

Peter: I’m sorry, did you say Prague? Listen, Fury this all seems like big time You know huge, superhero kind of stuff. And I’m just a friendly neighborhood Spiderman, sir.

Nicky Fury: b**** please, you’ve been to space. 

Peter: I know but that was an accident, sir. Come on, there’s gotta be someone else you can use. What about Thor?

Nick Fury: Off World. 

Peter: Um, Dr. Strange?

Maria Hill: Unavailable. 

Peter: Captain Marvel. 

Fury: Don’t invoke her name. 

Peter: Sir, I really want to help, I do. But if my Aunt finds out I left my class trip, she’s going to kill me. 


Ned: Peter, what’s going on? (referring to the change of schedule and going to Prague). 

Peter: I think Nick Fury just hijacked our summer vacation. 


What does EDITH stand for?

Edith: Edit stands for, Even Dead I Am The Hero. Tony loved his acronyms. 

Peter: Yeah he did. 


Nick Fury: You’re worried about US hurting your friends? You, who called a drone strike on your own school tour bus? Stark gave you a multi-billion dollar AR tactical intelligence system, and the first thing you do with it? Try to blow up your friends. 

It’s clear to me that you were not ready for this. 


Mysterio: Fury asked me to come up here and see you’re doing. He felt bad about snapping at ya. 

Peter: Really?

Mysterio: You guys do have sarcasm on this Earth, right? How you feeling?

Peter: Uh, I didn’t think I was going to have to save the world this summer. I know that makes me sound like such a jerk. I had this plan with this girl that I really like, and now it’s all ruined. 

Mysterio: You’re not a jerk for wanting a normal life, kid. That’s a hard path. You see things, you do things, make choices. People look up to you. Even if you win battles, sometimes they die. I like you Peter, you’re a good kid. There’s a part of me that wants to tell you to turn around, run away from all this. Then there’s another part of me that knows what we’re about to fight, what’s at stake, I’m glad you’re here.

Peter: Me too. 

Mysterio: You’re worried about your friends. 

Peter: It always feels like I’m putting them in danger.

Mysterio: Hey, we survive this, you’ll have all summer to kill Brad. 









**this is a work in progress! Check back throughout the weekend for updates! 


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