Miles Morales comes across the long-dead Peter Parker. This Peter Parker is not from his world though; he's from somewhere else in the multiverse. With Parker's guidance, Miles will become Spider-Man: and through that he will become part of the ever-expanding 'Spider-Verse'.Written by
Unlike Over the Hedge (2006), Big Hero 6 (2014), and The Peanuts Movie (2015), which were also based off of comic strips, this movie also borrows elements from the live-action films. The previous 3 movies were straight-up adaptations of the comics without any live-action films beforehand. See more »
[while being attacked by The Prowler]
Are you mad at me? I feel like you're mad at me.
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SPOILER: There is a scene at the end of the closing credits: Spider-Man 2099 (Miguel O'Hara) travels to Spider-Man (1967) and has a comical encounter with the Spider-Man of that show. See more »
My Least favourite Spider-Man movie. Definitely NOT what the critics led me to believe.
99% critics rating on Rotten Tomatoes, which is the Highest rated DC and Marvel movie EVER! And 8.6 an Imdb rating... i had high hopes and love the previous Spider-Man movies but boy was this average, below average actually hence my 4/10. I feel duped by the critics AGAIN. The critics scores for this movie are WAY too suspicious for this.
Let's get the animation out the way since they seem to be raving about it so much. Through watching many many animations we all know that nice visuals don't make for an entertaining film, if the other components of storytelling don't add up. The animation was as good as the good ones out there already, so it's not a good reason to spend loads on money on to watch at the cinema. This definitely can be watched at home. At random times throughout the film they do this almost 3D visuals animation which give your eyes and head a funny turn tbh. If you've watched a 3D movie without glasses then you'll know what i mean.
The films was so haphazard editing and story wise that it felt like it was aimed at young children to stop them from losing interest and it really took you out of the flow of the story, it was difficult to stay connected to the film cus of this. It almost just felt like constant random scenes which didn't flow smoothly story wise.
The film was so full of jokes/one-liners that they were relentless, i love comedy in films, the MCU do a great job of that and the previous Spider-Man movies too but this was like a kids animation style of non-stop but with adult humour, that i'm afraid i didn't laugh at once...and i usually laugh at nearly everything. That was another thing that made the film tiresome in trying to conect to the characters/story.
The story was pretty standard, exactly what the trailer tells you but i did get restless and bored when there was no action.
Its my least favourite Spider-Man movie and as animations go its not good either, especially when you've got Pixar, Illuniation, Manga, etc delivering such epic and fun movies already.
Nicolas Cage was my favourite Spider-Man in this even though he wasn't one of the central characters and didn't get much screen time. Would be great to have a film just centered around his character.
There were 2 or 3 short emotional scenes in this that i liked, i'm a sucker for that stuff lol.
There is a post-credits scene so stay til the very end.
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