Early reactions to the upcoming Marvel movie and the final installment to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase Three, Spider-Man: Far from Home, suggest that the film is the lighthearted, positively emotional follow-up we need to cope with the tragic events of Avengers: Endgame.

Mashable’s Deputy Entertainment Editor Angie Han, who has already seen the highly anticipated film (and of whom I’m admittedly envious), said that, while, on a critical note, the movie’s story fell short in exploring the main protagonist Peter Parker’s character development, it made up for such shortcoming with heart-warming and hilariously awkward scenes. She also added that Jake Gyllenhaal was the “perfect” choice to play Mysterio, Gyllenhaal’s character in the film.

This comment on Gyllenhaal’s performance was echoed by other reviewers, entertainment writers Maude Garrett and Mike Ryan.

Garrett described the film as “refreshing,” and teased that the post-credit scenes are mind-blowing.

Ryan, on the other hand, who’s a self-proclaimed “Mysterio fan,” said, “Gyllenhaal nails him,” and added that the new Spider-Man film was “clever” in containing the aftermath of the historic Endgame.

Spider-Man: Far from Home is scheduled for release in Philippine theaters on July 3, 2019.