The goal isn't to live forever, its to create something that will. Leaping off of the events of Lost Cause, an experienced Spider-Man must grapple with the guilt of sectioning his old ...
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The goal isn't to live forever, its to create something that will. Leaping off of the events of Lost Cause, an experienced Spider-Man must grapple with the guilt of sectioning his old friend Eddie Brock and dealing with the aftermath of an unchained Oscorp. When Peter encounters Madam Webb, an ethereal being capable of warping time, Spider-Man must once again leap into action to save his world from crashing down under a new, symbiotic threat.
When it comes to making a fan film or any film for that matter, the typical, smart, rational thing to do is to take into account your resources and work well within your means, and usually this is the best way to turn out a professional product.
DigitilHeart likes to tear that page out of the unwritten rule book of fan-films and dive head first into the kind of ideas that other fan filmmakers would immediately dismiss as unfeasible and Spider-Man 2: Another World is the epitome of that crazy, over-the-top ambition being put to screen without any regard for limits.
The end result may not be entirely consistent but it is incredibly impressive and respectable and there's nothing out there quite like it that can capture the imaginations of potential creators in the same way.
Spider-Man Another World has Spider-Man taken on an interdimensional time-travel adventure to discover the importance of being Spider-Man and overcome his PTSD from the events of the film's predecessor, Spider-Man Lost Cause, in order to defeat the demon that looms over the future of his world, Venom.
What's most impressive is that Spider-Man 2: Another World never really falls short of its ideas and potential and my only real criticism would be that there's honestly too much. There are approximately 15 minutes of the film that could be cut out and I feel the film would be a more streamlined and breezier watch for it. It's mainly in the first half.
Overall though, the film is a tremendous achievement. It's not going to be for everyone but if you can meet the film on its own terms as the fruits of limitless ambition and overlook the seamlines that logically come with that, this is a terrific film.
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