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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

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Phil Lord Screenplay
Stan Lee Characters
Steve Ditko Characters
Rodney Rothman Screenplay
Phil Lord Story
Mark Ackland Story Artist
Sharon Bridgeman Story Artist
Eva Bruschi Story Artist
Cody Cameron Story Artist
Heiko Drengenberg Story Artist
Riccardo Durante Story Artist
Miguel Jiron Story Artist
Denise Koyama Story Artist
Yoriaki Mochizuki Story Artist
Jihyun Park Story Artist
John Puglisi Story Artist
Ryan Savas Story Artist
Miles Thompson Story Artist
Jane Wu Story Artist

 Directed by
Bob Persichetti
Peter Ramsey
Rodney Rothman


 Release Date
December 7, 2018

1 hours and 57 minutes (117 minutes)

Shameik Moore
  Miles Morales / Spider-Man (voice)
Jake Johnson
  Peter B. Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Hailee Steinfeld
  Gwen Stacy / Spider-Woman (voice)
Mahershala Ali
  Aaron Davis / Prowler (voice)
Brian Tyree Henry
  Jefferson Davis (voice)
Lily Tomlin
  May Parker (voice)
Lauren Vélez
  Rio Morales (voice)
Zoë Kravitz
  Mary Jane Watson (voice)
John Mulaney
  Peter Porker / Spider-Ham (voice)
Kimiko Glenn
  Peni Parker / SP//dr (voice)
Nicolas Cage
  Peter Parker / Spider-Man Noir (voice)
Kathryn Hahn
  Olivia "Liv" Octavius / Doctor Octopus (voice)
Liev Schreiber
  Wilson Fisk / Kingpin (voice)
Chris Pine
  Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Natalie Morales
  Miss Calleros (voice)
Edwin H. Bravo
  Brooklyn Visions Security Guard (voice)
Oscar Isaac
  Miguel O'Hara / Spider-Man 2099 (voice)
Greta Lee
  Lyla (voice)
Stan Lee
  Stan / Earth-67 J. Jonah Jameson (voice)
Jorma Taccone
  Norman Osborn / Green Goblin / Earth-67 Peter Parker / Spider-Man (voice)
Joaquín Cosio
  Scorpion (voice)
Marvin 'Krondon' Jones III
  Tombstone (voice)
Kim Yarbrough
  Scientist In Cafeteria (voice)
Lake Bell
  Vanessa Fisk (voice)
Nick Jaine
  Math Teacher (voice)
Muneeb Rehman
  Literature Teacher (voice)
Post Malone
  Brooklyn Bystander (voice)
Melanie Haynes
  Logic Teacher (voice)
Lex Lang
  Additional Voices (voice)
Christopher Miller
  Additional Voices (voice)
Scott Menville
  Additional Voices (voice)
Juan Pacheco
  Additional Voices (voice)
Miguel Jiron
  Additional Voices (voice)

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By Jack Anderson on August 1, 2019

The first thing that struck me was the extremely complex and stylish animation. That was really fun! If I had three letters, I would say POP. It's a joyful movie that is different from what you'd expect from such film.
But I really do wonder how many hours have been spent on this film.

Anyway, the story is not wild, but the execution is truly terrific.

I give it 6 out of 10, only because of the lack of a great story. Otherwise it could easily have been a 7.


First of all, I love the animation style in this film. The animation in this film is styled to look like an actual comic book. I think this approach for this kind of film was an excellent choice because we’ve all seen the usual kind of animation but nothing like this. To tie in with the animation I need to talk about the action scenes in this film. These tie in with the animation because of the way the directors styled the action shots is to look like something in a comic panel. Most people don’t know who Miles Morales is and after this film, you’ll want to learn more about him because of how they made him so relatable in this film. He acts like a typical teen in this situation compared to other versions of Spider-Man. Other versions kind of just acted like they always knew how to use their powers when Miles struggles with his. Miles isn’t the only relatable character film all of them are. The creators of this film did a “Marvel”ous job at making each character in this film somebody at least one person in the audience can relate to. All of the voice actors did a great job in their respected roles but it would’ve been nice to have a returning voice to at least one of the Spider-Man. It would’ve been cool to hear a returning voice even if it was for a few seconds. I have to talk about the humour in this film. It isn’t overpowered in this film and I felt like it had just the right amount of humour that will make everybody laugh. They poke fun of things that wouldn’t make sense in a real movie and other Spider-Man movies. Not a single moment in this film felt rushed or slowed down every scene felt the right pace for a movie like this. The cinematography in this movie was spectacular. This is probably because of it looking like a comic book and how the lighting needs to match up with how it would look in an actual book. If you are a comic book junkie you’ll love all of the easter eggs in this film. Some of them just comic book readers will get but others a majority of people will understand. The music in this film is fantastic. Every song in this film isn’t overused and matches perfectly with the age of the character. Somebody Miles age would be listening to the type of music he listens to. And the music without lyrics helps increase the emotion in the film. Also, there are two end credit scenes that are worth waiting for. In the end, this film is perfect for everybody. I give Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse a 10/10.


It's true I liked it less than perhaps the vast majority of _Spider-Verse's_ audience, but this was still great, the animation enamouring, and the depth of its story and reference totally engaging. Not to me the best Spider-Man movie as many have said, (that honour still goes to _Homecoming_) but a blast all the same.

_Final rating:★★★½ - I really liked it. Would strongly recommend you give it your time._


My wife doesn’t care for Spider-Man at all - as Batman is her favorite superhero.

With that being said, she loves this movie to death, along with my son and I. It’s safe to say we’ve watched this movie over 10 times and we’ve shown it to all our friends. It’s a really great movie that promotes diversity, good animation, and has a great story. I highly recommend to all who are interested in watching.


Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018) is no ordinary Spider-Man movie, it contains multiple characters with the same powers in multiple dimensions.
This is also not an ordinary animated movie. It has animated style we have never seen before. There were 177 animators and it took 1 week to animate 1 second and 1 year to nail down 10 seconds. Nowadays, animations are being made to look real but this movie was different. However, the creators wanted it to look like something new for viewers. They don't make it realistic or cartoon. The creators used an old-school technique called "smear". If you look in a single frame, you'll notice things like multiple limbs to create the illusion of movement. Basically, the entire movie was a comic book that moves. There is a technique in half-toning, which uses dots to create colors and gradients. They were really jaw-dropping. The shadows were created with hatching or crisscrossed lines. The movie had some textures so it would be exactly like a comic and I was glad that it deserved Oscars's Best Animated Feature. All of these techniques combined to make a movie that was the best animated feature not just in 2018 but perhaps of all time. It was really like a masterpiece of animation!
The story plot was really good. The scenes were quite EPIC and sometimes tragic and hilarious. The unbelievable thing was when Peter Parker died in Miles' Dimension. It was really sad to see an iconic superhero killed by a supervillain. The deaths are moving and the hilarious scenes kept me laugh a lot. I like the end-credits when it started in the Animated Tv Show Spider-Man (1966) when the two Spider-Men look exactly like each other arguing, but this time, it was Spider-Man pointing to Spider-Man 2099. How did they do that? Perhaps the best moment to me was “A Leap of Faith” when Miles tried to be the one and only Spider-Man in his dimension, after Peter Parker was dead.
I wasn't bored watching this movie, it kept my eyes open on the screen looking at the newest kind of animation. I was totally impressed! Perhaps this is the greatest animated movie of alll time! It was a really good idea to release this on Christmas!

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