Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
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- Shameik Moore
- Hailee Steinfeld
- Brian Tyree Henry
- Luna Lauren Velez
- Jake Johnson
- Oscar Isaac
- Jason Schwartzman
- Daniel Kaluuya
- Issa Rae
- Shea Whigham
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There are really so many great things to say about this movie. This movie is designed to leave you on a cliff hanger, so if you’re a whiny baby who doesn’t like watching movies that are intentionally a series, then maybe wait until the next movie comes out instead of whining about it. This movie is defined by stylized animation and use of multiple types of media. This level of attention to visuals is designed to show all aspects of how spider-man is portrayed. And it’s so incredible to watch. The first movie spent a lot of time developing Miles’ own understanding of what makes him Spider-Man, and this second movie continues that development by letting him show others what makes him Spider-man. Miles has both figuratively and literally found himself in this movie and I hope the third movie really solidifies his identity to himself, the other characters, and to the people watching. I had fun. The whole theatre had fun. Watch it.
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A breathlessly beautiful achievement not just in animation but also comic book movie storytelling, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is willing to shred the lore from top to bottom and weave it back together again in new, surprising and wildly entertaining ways. It’s simply spectacular.
It achieves the rarest of feats of any tentpole Hollywood release, animated or not: gleefully matching exhilarating stylistic experimentation with a multi-tiered narrative of equal ambition.
By exponentially multiplying worlds and Spider-Men, Across the Spider-Verse risks making itself dizzy. Yet it surprisingly, even movingly, stays true to the teenage emotions at its core and the parent-kid relationships driving all these multiverse convulsions.