I just got back from a preview showing for the new Spider-man movie, and WOW. It is LIT (pardon my language). Soooooo funny with tons of personality and a surprisingly great depth of emotion in quite a few scenes (some tears may have been shed). I love this new take on the comic book hero origin movie and the entire film just screams originality. I wasn't 100% sure on the animated look before, but it really fits into the entire setting and "alternate dimensions" premise of the movie later, which injects a ton of creativity and potential into this new film.
After Sony released Venom, I thought that they should just stop trying with the Spider-verse. However, this new film and universe gives me a completely different perspective. I can't believe something like this came from Sony...
It doesn’t matter what kind of viewer you are; there’s something here for everyone. So, please allow me to give 6 reasons why everyone should go and support this:
The storytelling and its concepts- it may be weird and even inaccesible for some folks, but it’s also very creative, original and bold.The characters - Most of them are fantastic and well rounded. The worldbuilding - It captures both the beautiful and gritty side of New York like no other film has. The animation - Yeah, it’s every bit as inventive as the trailers promised. The music - Man, is it good. Both the score and the soundtrack.The dialogue - Damn clever, as well as witty, and oh-so Spider-man like.
In all fairness, I probably would’ve given it a full 9 if they justified the existence of Spider-ham, Spider-man Noir and Peni Parker in this story a little more (but don’t get me wrong: these are still great characters).
Great animation, mind blowing visuals, tremendous story arc, amazing humour and pays homage to the late Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. The post credits scene was funny as fuck.
Easily my favorite animated film in the last 5 years.
Where most animation suffers from plot dragging, too much comedy, or unrealistic character's, this one had none of these issues. The beginning captured me, meeting Miles, his uncle, and Spider Man - everything felt like how life happens, as opposed to 'random chance'.
There is so much about this art piece I loved, I can't even recount it all. The music was very fitting, and all voice talent well placed. A scene that gave me chills and tears at the same time, was the entire monologue of Miles' father while he was tied up, all the way through Miles discovering himself, painting the suit, and swinging through the city. That entire scene was perfect in every way - the music, the visuals, the emotion from the buildup, everything. The last time I was filled with that much emotion from animation was when Hiccup and Toothless met and were drawing in the sand, in How To Train Your Dragon.
I also loved the art style. It somehow clearly set itself apart from other animation, while simultaneously being beautiful, and at times realistic. I would love to see more of this style.
“Is he allowed to say that? Legally?”
Spiderverse didnt just surprise it surpassed my expectations. The Animation itself was mind blowing, the visuals and story arc was fantastic. Loved how Miles Morales was depicted and Peter Parker was a loveable character, this isnt your typical animation and sony seems to be getting it right after Venom. Spiderverse has a deep story but what brings it back to earth is the comedy, just perfect.
Loved that they paid homage to Stan Lee - If you havent seen it then watch it, and I really hope there is a sequel
[8.8/10] I’m currently watching my fifth consecutive Spider-Man animated series. From the 1990s cartoon that I grew up on, to the Ultimate Spider-Man series that ended in 2017, Marvel and its licensees gave us five versions of the web-head in different forms. Some kept Spidey in New York, others sent him off into space. Some made him an untested kid in high school, others made him an accomplished young adult in college. Some narrowed Spidey’s world to a focused ecosystem of characters and conflicts and others expanded to encompass the whole of the Marvel universe.
But all of them starred Peter Parker as Spider-Man. And in the process of repeat adaptation, they can’t help but prompt the question -- what makes Spider-Man who he is? What is the connective tissue that makes all of these adaptations of a piece and recognizable as stories about the same character? Is it just the suit, or the web-slinging, or the quips, or is it something deeper than that?
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse aims to answer that question with Miles Morales, the Afro-Latino teenager from Brooklyn who took over the Spider-Man mantle in the “Ultimate” line of Marvel comics. Miles shares some of Peter’s qualities -- he’s young, he’s bright, he’s uncertain. But he also has his unique elements: his two loving parents, his being torn between two sides of his family, and the different culture he is a part of and represents. He is familiar to anyone who’s followed the Spider-Man character for years and years in his endearing efforts to figure out both his normal life and his superheroic one, and his youthful awkwardness and uncertainty at it, but he’s also distinct from the raft of Peter Parkers who’ve graced both the big and small screen in the last two decades.
And most importantly, this is his story. Into the Spider-Verse uses its combo-breaking protagonist and its parallel universe-hopping plot to ask the broader question of what makes a Spider-Man (or -Gwen or -Ham). But it is first and foremost a story about a young man being pulled in two different directions by the father he loves and the uncle he admires, about resolving the differences between the place that can help lift him up and the place he came from, about figuring out not just who Spider-Man is, but who you are, when everything’s counting on you.
Strip away the spidey-sense and supervillains. Strip away the interuniversal mashup and the flash and fury. At heart, Into the Spider-Verse is a coming of age tale for arguably the most compelling young protagonist the superhero genre has offered in a long time. And while it is yet another cape flick origin story -- something the film itself pokes fun at -- it has the smarts to make it much less about how a budding hero gets his superpowers, and much more about how a teenage boy decides who he wants to be.
That’s aided by the style of the film, which works in concert with the substance. The term “comic book movie” is thrown around willy-nilly to describe any cape movie (including by yours truly) but this is the first one to truly earn the designation. The entire film exudes the bumpy texture and tropes of the medium to firmly cement the movie as emerging, fully-formed, from the comic pages. It’s a tack that’s particularly effective when Miles gains his spider powers, and the prominence of thought bubbles and whirly onomatopoeia take over to cement the fact that something serious has shifted here. Honestly, you could halt the movie at around the half hour mark and still have a tidy and encouraging tale about Miles discovering his abilities that would work as its own thing and leave you hungry for more.
But that would deprive us of the ensuing hour of superheroic flash and fun. Into the Spider-Verse is a joy to watch, with kinetic, color-bursting action that captures the ebb and flow of Spider-Man’s balletic grace through the skies better than any adaptation to date. The stylized approach to character design and animation gives the whole movie a distinctive flavor from the first glance to the final scene. And the way the movie blends art styles to help connote the ways in which this is a crossover between Spider Men and Women from across the multiverse is funny and fantastic.
The films boasts almost as many web-heads per capita as a Spidey-themed Where’s Waldo book, but it works in the movie’s favor. Whether it’s the black and white stylings of Spider-Man Noir, the anime-influenced presence of Peni Parker, or the Looney Tunes-aping insanity of Spider-Man, one look at the horde of Spider-people on screen tells you what’s afoot.
At the same time, the film sketches out its supporting characters with complete arcs. A spider-powered Gwen stacy has tentative but inevitable romantic chemistry with Miles, but is a capable and vital part of the action, and slowly overcomes her reluctance to build friendships after what happened in her home universe. At the same time, an older Peter Parker from another world joins the fray to give us the “after” of the traditional Spider-Man to Miles’s “before.” There’s real juice in seeing a potbellied, battle-weary, and cynical Spider-Man being forced to rediscover his ideals through the eyes of someone who looks up to him (or, at least, a version of him), and needs him as a mentor. And the way the film not only reconstructs one Spider-Man in the background while it’s building up another for the first time, while baking in a story of growing comfortable with having children, is nigh-masterful.
But in the end, apart from the eye-catching art and dimension-spanning guest stars, Into the Spider-Verse is about Miles, and that’s where it’s the most engrossing. The film constantly draws a contrast between the life Mile’s policeman father wants for him, and the rougher-edged existence his black sheep Uncle has cut out for himself, with the freedom and style that Miles envies while trapped in his midtown magnet school existence. It depicts Miles as inherently uncertain, before and after he has the ability to stick to walls. He is undeniably capable of great things, something his family members and reluctant mentors all agree on. But he doesn't know what shape that’s supposed to take, how to be what he’s expected to be or who he means to be.
Then, through heart-rending but heartening trial and tragedy, he finds out. Into the Spider-Verse signposts it a little too heavily for my tastes, but with the encouragement of his uncle, the acceptance of his father, Miles finds his own path, his own style, that’s the true-to-oneself harmonization of the best that’s been passed on to him, from man and Spider-Man alike. He has his father’s inherent goodness and sense of doing what’s right, with his uncle’s talent for improvisation and determination, and his own creative spark that drives him to put his own signature on each move and choice he makes. The best part of Into the Spider-Verse comes not only from when our hero truly becomes Spider-Man; it comes from when he fully and firmly becomes confident, caring, self-actualized Miles Morales he wants to be.
With that, Into the Spider-Verse answers its animating question. In a preemptive strike against those who would claim that someone who doesn't share Peter Parker’s name, or his skin color, cannot be Spider-Man, it posits that the things that made the character so indelible through fifty years of stories go beyond moniquers or melanin. Through Miles’s journey, and his other universe counterparts, it declares that being Spider-Man requires facing down tragedy and knowing the pain of loss but having it embolden you toward justice rather than driving you to madness and cruelty like it does for the film’s villains. It means learning to trust yourself and what you’re capable of even when that tentativeness and uncertainty hangs over you like a cloud that you just have to thwip or leap your way through.
And most of all, persevering, getting up when you’re knocked down, and deciding not to quit. Time again, Miles is pushed back, beaten down, and all-around inclined to just give up. It’s the quality that inspires the most doubt, in his father, in his wall-crawling colleagues, and in himself. But when he overcomes it, when he finds himself and learns to believe in his own potential, he also refuses to stay down.
That’s the central idea of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. The film was preceded by five decades’ worth of Spider-Man adaptations in scores of different mediums, and it will almost certainly be followed by five decades’ more. What unites these varying takes on the character, what makes them true and right and real despite their differences, is that indefatigable quality each of them shares, despite setting or style or sobriquet. And Miles Morales gives shape to that lesson, straining and striving to become Spider-Man, and becoming himself in the process.
This film is gorgeous. The best looking animation movie I've seen in a long time. The story is great and flows really well. It has a lot of heart and is really funny. It explains things quick and doesn't focus on anything for too long. Seeing all the other universes' Spider-Mans (Spider-Men?) was a lot of fun. The voice cast is stacked with people that I recognized but couldn't place right away, except for Nic Cage, I recognized him right away. Go see this and enjoy seeing the closest thing to an actual comic on the big screen.
Edit: I caught a lot more the second time and loved it even more. This easily is one of the best of the year and one of my all time favorites.
Spider-Verse was the best animated movie I’ve seen in YEARS and CREATIVELY best movie of 2018. I can’t believe how revolutionary, progressive, mind bending this movie is. Thank you Chris Miller and Philip Lord for this MASTERPIECE. They were so respectful to source material.
Action scenes were superb. Every scene, every shot is unique and cool af. Music choice was awesome. Story was more emotional than I thought and had a great message. Made me cry few times. Made me laugh several times. Loved all tributes to Stan Lee and Ditko. GO SEE THIS MOVIE!
I'm probably the only one with a low rating for this film, but it just didn't do it for me. Not to complain about the graphics or music or so, but the story was just nowhere near as good and the jokes were not funny.
Stylistically, the closest any film has ever come to immersing the viewer into the pages of a comic book. The trailers don't do this flick justice; it definitely exceeded my expectations.
Spider-Ham: That's all, folks.Peter B. Parker: Is he allowed to say that? Legally?
Spider-Ham: That's all, folks.Peter B. Parker: Is he allowed to say that? Legally?
I don't know. Not that pretty. Not that funny. Not that good. It looks, sounds and works exactly like an only for children disney channel movie.
I wasn't originally planning to watch this (not huge on animated superhero stuff) but I'm so glad a friend dragged me along to this. It's a fantastic movie.
The visual style alone blew me away and is probably the most original use of motion graphics since we switched from hand-drawn to computer animation. I'm so curious to see how this will influence other animated properties going forward.
The story is great, and pulls off its high concept with confidence and ease. While this is Miles's story at its core, all the characters get their due and the movie makes the most of its multiverse.
Highly recommended. Looking forward to re-watching this one.
average film , only decent spiderman was sam raimi version
The story is neither new nor terrible and I really don't see why Spider-Pig couldn't have just been a walk-on joke...
But (and this is a giant, Kardashian but) the music was spot on and the animation is the best I've seen all year. If you wait to stream Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse on your tablet screen, you're going to be angry for having deprived yourself of some fine eye candy.
This was the best Spiderman movie I have ever seen! I usually watch movies lately while doing other things. This movie had my full attention! I watched it twice back-to-back it was that good! Plus I wanted to catch things I might have missed the first time. I highly recommended this movie if you enjoy comic books on film, like Spiderman, enjoy great storytelling, respect beautiful animation! A MUST SEE!
Loved every second of this movie showing that there is many Spider Man And Spider Women Superheros ETC in the multiverse really enjoyed story line on points and voice acting and animation was on point too. My favourite character is Gwen Stacey voice acted by the amazing Hailee Steinfeld really brought the character to life and I really loved the hinted relationship between Miles Morals And Gwen Stacy really takes me back to being a kid watching Spider Man in the good old days especially the films and animated ones too.
Amazing! This movie was incredible.I loved the story, the characters, the fights, everything. Well deserved the Oscar to Best Animated Feature Film. I really hope to see a sequel. It's worth it.
This is the best spiderman movie ever!
Well the biggest surprise of the year appears to be that the Sony Animation release where John Mulaney voices a talking pig is one of the best films of 2018!
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is an incredibly unique film showcasing fantastic animation that gives the film a look that will always be associated with this project. Introducing comic book elements into the film only to switch it up further by incorporating different animation techniques on top of each other later in the film.
As a comic book fan it is really cool to see underappreciated characters treated with such respect in a big film like this. Cage and Mulaney both do a fantastic job playing two of the more comic relief characters in the film while still managing to showcase what makes those characters interesting. This film follows the character of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) a fan favourite but often overlooked character in the Spider-Man cannon. Despite most audiences not being familiar with the character the care and commitment to getting him right is commendable.
Really that’s what this film is all about, care and commitment. Sony Animations doing a Spider-Man film with bankable stars like Hailee Steinfeld and Jake Johnson was always guaranteed to make money but this film goes above and beyond to ensure that it offers a new experience.
I realise that the way I’m talking about this film makes it sound like an “important” film that is more art project than family fun but that could not be further from the truth. Into the Spider-Verse is hilarious. This film has a writing credit from Phil Lord one half of the team behind the Jump Street films and the Lego Movie and it shows. I can’t remember a single joke that didn’t land and much like with The Lego Movie even scenes that don’t feature as many jokes are still very engaging and entertaining.
In sort: See this movie! (and stay for the end credits!)
It really makes me sad to see such a fantastic film, not get the sales and viewers it deserves. It is a splendid piece of animation and story-telling, quite possibly the best story of any Spider-Man flick. And after two viewings, I can agree that this is maybe, the best Spider-Man movie. But I shall hold off with my certainty until I rewatch the Raimi Trilogy.
If you haven't seen it yet, I implore you to do so. Despite what you may think of this main character from an outside perspective and the cultural "changes" they are doing to a beloved superhero. Miles earns his place in the spotlight, and this film shows why. He is the best version of a relatable Spider-Man we have ever had. Tom Holland came close but lacked authenticity in his actions and way he spoke. Here, Miles is truly a teenager. And not just because his age is clearer through the animation, but the dialogue in this movie is absurdly good.
All the characters are great, Nick Cage's appearance was a surprise for me and he fit it so well, I didn't notice till several lines in. He has some good funny lines as well, while the other characters aren't fleshed out too much, it does a good job at keeping them on the sideline. Even though they have more fight time than Miles. While this is all good for keeping the story clean, this is where the plot gets a bit low. Yes, it's an origin story, even though it is different from Peter Parker's one. It still is far too similar in some very specific places. Those who know the comics will be a bit upset they didn't use a key element that made his story so different. I personally didn't read them, but now know they changed something in favour of another. And yes they do that a lot, and it is amazing how well it all works. However, this one thing I think, as well as others, would have a been a very important story arc for this movie or a sequel that is sadly missed.
The villain is intimidating and even from the very start shows how he isn't motivated by means that this character would be normally. Again, the other changes in this movie are great. So unexpected, yet so fitting with this story and world design. Relationships are also spot on and have relatable quirks that we all fall into.
Post-Credits scene is amazing and I suggest you all stick round to the very end to see it. Plus this movie may feature the best and most important Stan Lee cameo ever.
In conclusion, yes possibly the best Spider-Man movie we never thought we needed but here we are. Sony Pictures Animation has proven here that The Emoji Movie was just the studio above interfering and that no effort was put in. The directors here are let loose with their imagination and when seeing it, so should you. It has spectacles for all ages to enjoy, and storytelling to be treasured as a stepping stone in the right direction for a character that needed to be brought to a wider audience. With a few continuity errors and a turn taken wrongly, I think. This film holds up to be one of the best animated films of recent memory and an amazing youth parable.
9.5/10 2 viewings
Absolutely breath taking. I just about went from joy in the theater. Literally the best Spider-Man movie yet. Words cannot describe the joy I felt during this movie.
Who knew a cartoon could kick butt like this?!! WAM-KAPOOOOOW! A spectacular adventure filled with cool and funny moments. Seen at a UCLA advance screening.
Hoorah, a one-off Marvel super-hero story that does not mesh into other stories or heroes and is entirely stand alone. What a breath of fresh air. How do you make a Marvel super-hero story and particularly a popular hero, Spider Man, who has had so many incarnations (I think I might be up for the role soon) fresh? The makers of this movie, and there’s a roster’s worth of names, came up with an idea, whilst not original, certainly boosted the old tropes and made fun, in a loving way, of the whole Marvel Universe whilst creating an interesting and to point super-hero story.
What’s more we’re in a world of animation here and yet an old gimmer like me felt more connected to Miles, his parents and the jaded Peter B. Parker with his fat gut and pizza guzzling ways. How can animation hold my interest and make me genuinely laugh more than skilled on-screen actors and action?
The main protagonist Miles is the glue that holds the story together, more like a kid in a difficult situation than any host of live-action stories on the same tack. More believable, more fun, and more downright relatable. Aside from the animation and voice acting, it must be the writing, the feel for how a young lad might possibly react in these out-of-the-world and in-the-real-world situations.
The set up before the real story begins is engaging and enjoyable and drags you into Miles and his parents situation and once we get to the larger-than-life King Pin, voiced by Liev Shreiber believe it or not, and the funny but no irritating Peter Parker and the Peter B. Parker this show is on the road. Every character is well-fleshed and makes sense in their own ways without their own world and it was a blast from beginning to the very funny end.
The artwork and animation are superb and cleverly harks back to the comic-book origins and seamlessly mixes different styles to great effect.
Certainly, this movie came along at the right time for me, not a comic-book fan or particular big fan of Marvel, its strength was it dragged me in, and I enjoyed the characters and story. Maybe this alienated it from real fans of these films, but I cannot see it. If you like comic-books how could you not like this film? The voice acting is perfectly suited to each character, believable and fun, and not annoying as I can find these types.
So, there you go, a Marvel movie about a superhero, with fighting and explosions, that I enjoyed. I recommend Spider Man: Into Multi-Verse it is how comic-book films should be made.
It's an explosion of creativity and art. I've never seen something like this. If you pause the video you have the sensation of seen a comic book page. I would like to pause every scene to contemplate the artwork. They should print the movie in a comic book format. Awesome story, music and visuals.
8 reasons why everybody should watch this movie:
1) The animationThis is what animation was made for. Pushing it to the limit. The colours are vibrant, movements fluid and the visual storytelling stellar. You can't take your eyes off the screen. And honestly, you shouldn't. This does justice to the comic book adaptation name. Very raw, straight from the page.
2) Choreography and camera workNowadays many action movies don't care about choreography and just show characters punching each other in a dark smoke filled desolate area. Not this movie. The fight scenes are awesome, well staged and Spiderman's ability to swing is used to its full potential. Let me tell you, this movie is such a visual treat.
3) The storyWe all know Spiderman's origin story by now. Bitten by a spider, yadda yadda yadda. But not this time. The writers are very well aware of the tropes yet respectful to the origin material and have created an adventure worth rewatching. Combining everything we know and all from all of the dimensions creates a very unique story.
4) EmotionsThis is an emotional rollercoaster. You will laugh at the jokes geared toward both kids and adults, you will cry at the emotional moments, you will have chills watching this movie. Trust me.
5) Miles MoralesMiles Morales in the comics isn't quite the best character ever made. He has a hard time developing something unique about himself and it shows on the page, yet the writers of this movie have completely remade the character to be his own person. He finally got his unique personality, his unique origin story. You can finally enjoy his character whether you knew him before or not. But if you did you can also enjoy the subtle nod to his comic book self.
6) Character developmentAs the Pixar rule of storytelling goes: you admire a character for trying rather than succeeding. And our main characters try a lot. And fail a lot. But that's how life goes and we see our characters deal with real-life situations in a way that makes us root for them.
7) RepresentationThere are hundreds of stories about how Miles's character inspired children to feel like a superhero. Representation matters. Everybody can be a superhero. All you need is just...
8) A leap of faithThe chills.
My spider sense says that was a great film, well made animation, sweet style, a good message, a whole lot of amazing action, comedy and not forgetting a lot of fun. "With great power comes great responsibility" It deserved Its’ Oscar! XD
Not gonna lie...Got a lil choked up seein and hearin Stan Lee's character
Beautifully animated in true comic book style, this is one of the best Spider Man movies put on screen. Great to see the characters from the multiverse too, but they missed out on a few notable characters. Namely...
Spider Can - does what ever a spider can because he is...erm...Spider Can! Regularly opens himself up to Whoop Ass!Spider Man With Van - available for weddings, removal services, and fly extinction.Spider Tan - this superhero is hot hot hot!Spider Fan - stalks his villains with eerie obsessivenessSpider Lan - one for computer nerds onlySpider Dan - he's a spider and his name is DanSpider Gran - she may be old but she can knit you up a webby jumper in no timeSpider Pan - boils his enemies in 3 minutes Spider Ban - that's it for the spider puns now
Just a quick Shout to let everyone know that the animators of 'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' have released their own (probably quite process-oriented) commentary track for the movie.
You can download it here:http://onanimation.com/2019/03/23/the-into-the-spider-verse-animator-commentary-track-is-here/
Was a good a movie and worth watching but I think it's overrated by comic lovers under the influence of nostalgia
I absolutely loved the animation style, never before seen a movie in that style.
anyone noticed devil may cry 5 cinematic effects
Wow, what a great fun film. I'm sad I never seen this in the cinema, because both the whole experience of the comic books felt so perfectly captured in this movie. The voice acting, animation, storytelling, music and the attention to detail in the easter eggs are all noteworthy. I'm gobsmacked that this has not garnered more attention. It just made me want Miles' story to be continued. How about an into the spiderverse 2 please, thank you, spider gods .
Also, that end credits scene is 10 out of 10 material.
An original film - This is Spiderman like you've never seen before!
The comic elements are so intense and the animation so good that it's only fair that it has won the Best Animation Film Award in Oscars 2019.
This movie is great. The voice acting is excellent, the plot is just fine, and the animation is out of this world. It's definitely this movie's biggest strength.
What hurt the movie the most was its "trendy" soundtrack, or rather, when it was being played. Whenever the movie tried to make us care about whatever was happening by playing some emotional "trendy" music, my mind'd go "Yeah, that seems forced."
All that said, Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse is the most unique super-hero movie I've ever seen and that's mostly thanks to its incredible stylized "comic-like" animation.
it was a good cool movie. didn't understand what the hype was actually! but i do want a black Spider-Man of course. it gotta happen!!
A refreshing take on the spider-man story. It's really good honestly, you should watch it. And not just for kids, I think this film can be enjoyed at any age. You can definitely tell they've put lots of effort into the movie and the storyline. +1 for the awesome music and +1 for the amazing effects and original art style in the movie.
Fantastic. Brilliant story, animation, soundtrack. Just watch this film!
One of the best Spider-Man movies one of the best animated superhero movies this movie just blew me away. The animation is beautiful the charcaters are just so real the story is so heartfelt I mean I don't want to get into spoilers but this movie has it all and is just a beautiful film.
It this the perfect spider-man movie?Yes it is
Watched on the day before Christmas Eve with the whole family, less the oldest. Youngest was hooked throughout, though some of the scenes were a little too scary for her. Loved seeing her perched on the end of the theater seat recliner, bouncing to the action.
Such a good movie, loved Miles Morales. I really liked how they wove all the different "spider-heroes" into the story... Each with their own grief. Loved the contrast between graffiti artist genius hero and anti-vigilante father cop.
And this must be Nic Cage's best year in a LONG while.
Takes the Spiderman overkill over the past years and uses that to its advantage. And, not only that, it seems this great movie probably never would have come about without the overkill. Unexpectedly smart, emotional, humorous and creative.
Disappointing. I was looking forward to this movie for two reasons: a great voice cast and the whimsy of multiple Spider Man/characters from varying dimensions. But instead of building interesting characters (heroes and villians) I was presented with a number of long, chaotic action sequences robbed of dramatic (or comedic) tension by the lack of well articulated characters and interpersonal dynamics. There was also a production anomaly that was puzzling - there were times when the animation was blurry as if drawn for 3D (there was a 3D version, but that wasn't the one I was viewing), so, I hastily put on my 3D glasses, which I happened to have at hand, and it was still 2D, just blurry ... odd(?). I hoped for a better story and entertaining character interactions but I was disappointed. In retrospect, I may have been overly critical of this movie. More positively: I thought Shameik Moore's portrayal was relatable and I liked the whole vibe of Miles Morales's Spiderman from his unique powers to his artistic expressions to his final costume. I also know that most reviews are straight out raves, maybe I was having an uninspiring day. I give this film a 5 (meh) out of 10. [Marvel Animation]
great movie, amazing spider man!!!
Sony launches another Spider-Man franchise with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, a fun, though bizarre, animated film. When the nefarious crime lord Kingpin opens up a dimensional portal he accidentally transports several spider superheroes from alternative universes who then team-up to defeat him. Unfortunately the animation style is incredibly poor; having a rotoscope type feel that often seems out of focus with a mesh filter (likely meant to resemble a newspaper comic-strip). Also, the multiple Spider characters kind of diminish the value and importance of Spider-Man. Still, it’s interesting to see alternate universe versions of Spider-Man, and the action is pretty exciting. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is entertaining, but it’s also a real mess that’s constantly getting in its own way.
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Verdict:It does a lot of things right and reinvigorates a character who has been through most on the big screen already – but it is just too much of the good thing to truly be enjoyable.
This is simply a work of art. Watch FilmJoy's coverage of it to get a glimpse of why this goes beyond a normal film:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPpjdU2MhUQ
This movie is BOMB.com! Awesome music, funny, creative, human! Just an amazing job.
FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN! FUN!!!!!
The animation style looks great, the jokes land, Spider-Ham, Nicolas Cage as Spider-Noir, great way to tell the origin stories, MULTIVERSE!, Miles Morales! Amazing soundtrack, the action looks fantastic, a amazing Stan Lee cameo and I read that a sequel has already been green-lit!
So yeah, don't miss out on one hell of a fun film!
So we'll put together. From behind to end this movie keeps you highly entertained.
Filme muito bom e divertido top assistam vocês vão gostar
This is truly a comic book come to life. The art has cell shading, crosshatchs, and moves from photo realistic to cartoony with ease. Even narration blocks come on screen and all this artistic flourish serves the story. Remarkable achievement. 9/10
I really enjoyed this new fresh Spider-Man. I hope that they make a lot more movies with Miles. sign some of the other characters that was introduced in this one. I think the did a very good job with this moving and it deserves to continue on
The commercials ruined it for me - I spent an hour waiting for the Spider-pig to show up rather than paying attention to what was going on.
I wish all comic book movies currently out, would follow this style of animation. I thouroughly enjoyed this movie, and I would recommend everyone see it. It's so well done.
The movie was amazing, when spider-ham was first introduced I immediately thought he'd be the stupid comic relief character who would ruined the movie; but that wasn't the case.
The art style and animation are both amazing, and I like how multiple spider-people all teamed up to take down a truley mega thicc Kingpin
This movie is so freaking cool and creative. It's got so much heart and soul. It's gonna earn legend status for sure.
Super esprit Comics. Déjanté ce qu’il faut. Excellent graphisme et super musique !!!
The definitive Spiderman movie, in my opinion.
Just AWESOME!I laughed, I was on the edge of my seat and apparently there was a spider cutting onions near my face.I really enjoyed it.Please let there be a sequal or a parallequal or something.
mediocre. Best spidey shows is still the one from the 90s. there are madame Webb and multiple spider-mans too. plus the look is odd here.
Peter Porker for the win
Feels so fresh (considering i'm not into Marvel movies).
ce film d'animation est vraiment bien construit ! le scenario est bien ficellé et je conseille particulièrement aux cinéphiles avertis de ne pas louper ce petit chef d'oeuvre et de surtout le visionné en VOSF !
A really, good movie!
the 1 negative- the out of focus background is like a double exposed image or a 3D version without glasses. (it took a few minutes to get used to that)
Loved it !! It's like I am reading a comic book but in a movie :D Besides that Animation and Visuals are Amazing.
Amazing movie for adults, kids and everyone!
Gözəltərin Spider-Man e Mümkün!
Bold storytelling with striking animation for a purely enjoyable adventure with heart, humor and a killer soundtrack.
THERE. I watched it.You nerds can leave me alone now.
meh ... REALLY boring. looked like a bad anime import from Japan with all the usual abstract flashing, quickly moving shapes. it's meant to be more of a political statement than quality movie.
bravo sony, a bold take on spiderman....so refreshing :)
This is hands down THE BEST Spiderman movie I've EVER seen. Words CANNOT do it justice: please Please PLEASE just go watch it. Absolutely breathtaking artistic style, and a captivating story. I'm in love.
So sad I never got to watch this in the theatre as I was abroad, but oh man... What are you still waiting for? Go watch it!
it was so incredible!!! i've never seen something like this before in a animation movie and i'm enchanted. Spiderman is one of my favorite heros and i'm so proud of this project!
The Spider-man film that Spider-man deserved time ago.
A must if you're or not a fan.
i just say this.. the graphics of this made me cry
go watch this if you like spider mancool storylong moviebut it was cool
Holy moly this is a good movie, it has everything a Spidey movie needs
I'd say that the biggest problem in this movie is the runtime. More 20 minutes and we could have had a masterpiece of modern times.
Almost perfect. the japanese spider (girl) was ok but the cartoon pig thingy ruined it for me.
holy shit it's an amazing movie watch it if you're fan it will exceed your expectation.
I hate going into anything with expectations, but all the praise this has gotten is deserved. This is just a superb film.
Can’t have a black hole in Brooklyn. Staten Island is fine though. Just not Brooklyn.
absolutely brilliantly done,from start to finish is priceless
Without a doubt the best comic book movie and spider-man movie ever made. Ever.
The best! Beautiful. Wes Anderson meets MCU meets Ralph Bakshi! Great acting funny and touching
I really really loved this movie. First the animation was just amazing. The storyline was just brilliant and the character development was amazingly made. I could re-watch this movie a million times. It was really spectacular although I wasn't that hyped about it but I left the movie in love with it.
Despite the fact I'm not really into superhero films, I absolutely loved this film. It was great to see the various takes on the Spider-Man character, with much visual flair.
Visually stunning. Outstanding graphics/animation. am I legally allowed to say that . Good (but fairly routine) story line. And how could a film with Peter Porker be bad?
I was pleasantly surprised by this one. So many superhero movies are overrated. You usually see the best scenes in the trailers and the plot is repetitive. But this movie is a breath of fresh air. It's original, the characters are great the plot is well written and most importantly it had me laughing almost the whole time. So well done and so worth your money. In fact, this is now one of favorite Spiderman movies ever made.
Film straordinario, nulla da dire. Un Peter Parker sensazionale ( GRANDE NICK) e Miles quando prende il costume.... I brividi !
I appreciate the originality of the animation tho, it's so cool! I feel like I'm watching a comic in a cinema (IMO). But too many characters, I'm having a hard time to understand it.
Everything about this movie was wonderful as a lifelong spidey fan. My only regret is that Leopardon didn't make an appearance, but there's always a chance in a hopeful followup.
I know it's not exactly a hot take, but Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is so damn good!
One of the absolute best this year!Quick, funny and defintley something new. Love this type of humor. Laughed so hard together with my gf who ordinary does not really like Marvel movies - with thus huuuge exception.
Like witty?Don't forget to stay after the second rolling xcresits for some 68 time traveling!
okay so I'm going to start by saying that I originally only watched this due to good reviews however I found it very amusing touching and action packed it was a terrific trip to the movies for young and old my only gripe would be that the violence is at times more pg_13 then anything pg I'm maybe just a little old fashioned but I don't think so and I think parents should preivew this before letting the youngest of kids watch the movie but I say go get some snacks since it's rather long and get drinks and enjoy the time together at the movies