Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) prequel 'Spider-Ham: Caught in a Ham' follows Spider-Ham, a Looney Tunes take on Spiderman, as he faces off against bad guys, chows down on hot dogs, and makes plenty of food-based puns.
Fighting injustice as Spider-Ham, Peter Porker, an anthropomorphic pig with the agility and strength of a spider, finds himself with his back to the wall when the evil mega-villain, Doctor Crawdaddy, abducts him in broad daylight. Now, imprisoned in the mad doctor's impenetrable lair, a devastating death-ray is about to cut Peter in half, and as if that weren't enough, an invisible, all-powerful adversary threatens to put an abrupt end to Porker's crime-fighting career. What is it like to be caught in a ham?Written by
It's one and the only one worst short animation I've ever seen so far.
What did I just watch? This short film is so terrible. I love Spiderman. I really do. But some spiderman animations are really bad. This one is the worst among I've seen so far. What makes this one so bad? Here goes the list.
The animation is terrible. Because of great animation skill, I feel dizzy while watching this one.
The story is also terrible. I don't even know what this is all about.
The voice acting skills are bad.
And et cetera and et cetera. In one short sentence, everything's bad. I wish I didn't watch this.
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