New Spider Man movie exceeds expectations

Thwip! Thwip! Thwip! The familiar sounds of our favorite web swinger made it to the big screen yet again, and fans are not disappointed by the latest installment. Out of all the Spiderman films, “Spiderman: Into the Spider Verse” may top the list.

The film follows the story of young Miles Morales, voiced by Shameik Moore. Miles gains the same powers as the original Spiderman of his dimension when he is bit by a spider. Soon, an inter-dimensional breach brings multiple different Spider-people from various dimensions. Each has a different backstory, outfit, and character persona.

Miles seeks help from Peter Parker, the original Spiderman, to control his powers. The two form a characteristic teacher-pupil bond that carries through the movie. By the end of the film, it is heartbreaking to see them separate.

Overall, the film was one of the best, if not the best, installment in the long series of Spiderman cinema. The plot is a nice transition from the stereotypical superhero movie template, with one main character who beats the villain against all odds and ends up getting the girl. This film is anything but ordinary when it comes to the plot. The animation is also amazing, as well as the character development.

The film combined iconic aspects of earlier spiderman films into a completely new template. The whole movie was textured to look like a comic book, with the words “POW”, “SKRT”, “BANG”, etc. showing up at choice moments. The head of the animation team has said that if the movie is paused at any frame, you would see a complete comic book panel on screen.

At the beginning of the film, Cliff Robertson, Uncle Ben from the original trilogy, can be heard saying his iconic words, “with great power comes great responsibility.” Like any superhero film, character development is essential. Miles Morales must learn through experience that he holds the same responsibility as all the Spider-people before him.


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