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No matter how many times you’ve seen Spider-Man on screen, we can guarantee you’ve never seen anything quite like this before. Written by Phil Lord (The LEGO Movie), Into The Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), who learns how to swing like a hero from Peter Parker himself (Jake Johnson). As parallel Spider-People converge across dimensions – including Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) – it becomes clear that friendly neighborhood superheroes can take all forms. This visually stunning animated film also features the voices of Mahershala Ali, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez, and Lily Tomlin.
- Liev Schreiber
- Mahershala Ali
- Brian Tyree Henry
- Shameik Moore
Did You Know?
- This was animator Bob Persichetti's directorial debut.
- Throughout the movie, the New York Police Department is incorrectly referred to with the abbreviation "PDNY;" it should be "NYPD." (Presumably, the filmmakers confused New York's Police and Fire Departments, as the Fire Department uses the similar abbreviation "FDNY.")
- [to Peter Parker]
- Miles Morales: So, how many of us are there?
- Peter B. Parker: Save it for Comic-Con.
- Miles Morales: What's "Comic-Con"?
Atom User Reviews
This is one of the best Spider-Man films I have ever seen! It was action-packed, funny, entertaining, and heart-warming! It is one of the best Spider-Man films since Homecoming! I cannot wait to see it again and to buy it! I hope they make a sequel!
Amazing movie, definitely a little harsh on the eyes at first (some scenes seemed out of focus ) but beautifully made and gripping the whole way thru.
There’s never been anything like this animated exaltation of the Spider-Man canon. The animation is glorious, and more faithful to its comic-book roots than any big-screen graphics in the past. The story is deliciously witty and preposterously complex, but perfectly comprehensible, whether or not you have studied quantum physics. The scale feels vast, yet the spirit is joyous. It’s as if everyone had set out to make the best Spider-Man movie ever, which is exactly what they’ve done.
After a solid decade of Marvel movies modeled on the same template, it’s a thrill to watch one that’s allowed to find its own rhythms, to play with form and content without contorting the plot to fit in a minor character who might become important five movies from now.
A confident blend of comic-book élan and stirring sentiment, Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse finds fresh ways to tell the familiar story of everyone’s favourite web-slinger.