I liked the film. In many ways, they are coming of age stories, which is cool, when Peter FIRST appeared in the comics he was that young and dealing with similar stuff. I still think the Raimi ones are better. We could talk about the 3rd, and maybe why Raimi never did a 4th because of it. I always kinda felt the two Garfield reboots were not impressive or terribly memorable. They tried to build up this massive mystery over the death/disappearance of Peter's parents ... but never really utilized that. If you're expecting a massive wrap-up of Endgame ... well they do discuss the events, but it is sort of strange. Yes, they do mention that half the world has been missing for five years (that would seem to include all of Peter's friends in his high school class as they all haven't graduated yet) ... which would have had massive impacts on human society ... but never really go into that, seems the world has picked up and moved on easily. Enough to get busy taking summer vacations in Europe. The death of Iron Man is something Peter and everyone else is reacting to. (Listen, homies, if you don't know this happened in Endgame at this point, I hope you're keeping your cave clean.)
I'm going to put the next stuff behind spoiler tags. Here we go into the plot of the film.
"Fitz" has returned but since he's a younger version of the himself who died (love the MCU and its timey-wimey time travel) ... there's a lot he doesn't know about what happened over the last year or so, including that Deke is apparently his grandson.
Agents of Shield seems to be pre-snap, although it seems to be basically blowing the continuity of the films by doing so.