The objectivity is there, and I can talk about it all day, but I couldn't write the scathing review Amazing Spider-Man 2 earned or the 4/5 Homecoming gets simply because the filmmakers were burdened by not repeating what audiences have seen before and ties to the MCU. We kicked and screamed for this, but it had drawbacks. It's acknowledged, but then everything else about this latest iteration is given an extra boost.
So, what should be done when there's more to say, but movie magic must be maintained?
Fan trailers are a way to go, and Homecoming paved the way for me to (re)learn editing, after one course on it in college, and make one:
The editing process was rough, especially audio, and I do plan to come back to the video at some point for touchups.
The same goes for this post and Spider-Man reviews as well. There's just always something to revisit with this franchise, whether it's requested or not.