What’s better than just one Spider-Man? How about seven of them?
Meet Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), a young man from Brooklyn who gets bit by a radioactive spider, giving him powers to make him Spiderman. However, Miles soon learns that he is not the only one with these extraordinary powers when the evil Kingpin (Liev Schreiber) begins pulling different versions of Spiderman into our universe.
Well. I’ll be damned. I honestly didn’t think we needed another Spider-Man movie. I wasn’t even that hyped. However, my mind is blown.
Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse is a piece of art with intricate, colorful animation that real bring the comic book style to life. I was amazed by the attention to detail and its ability to capture so many artistic styles and bring them together.
Not only is the film visually stunning, but the plot is interesting, although, at times a little outlandish. However, we’ve seen so many Spider-Man movies in the last 20 years that it is so refreshing to find one that feels so new. There are fantastic action sequences, lots of laughs and a great message that everyone has what it takes to be a hero.
Overall, I am shocked and impressed and urge everyone to witness this spectacle.
Final Thoughts: Fascinating, fresh and beautiful, Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse is an innovative and creative take on a superhero classic.