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Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.
If you are a comic book or just a fan of pop culture, look for tons of easter eggs in the movie. Just how many costumes has Spider-man worn over the years? You might be able to make a list when you see Peter's hidden Spider-Lair.
How many Spider people are there?
Miles Morales – The all-new Spider-Man
Miles Morales is a young teenager and a Brooklyn native. He’s a bright kid who’s been thrust into a new school and is having a hard time adjusting to a more rigorous academic environment. But he’s having an even harder time adjusting to his entirely new and unexpected life as a Spider-Man. With the help of some surprising new friends, Miles learns to unlock the hero inside himself.
Spider-Gwen – A super-cool Spider-Woman
An intelligent and quick-witted teenager, Spider-Gwen is the Spider-Woman of her world, an excellent fighter who can swing and flip with the grace of a trained dancer. Although tough and brave when she’s fighting the bad guys, Gwen has suffered a loss in her universe that’s made her afraid to get close to people, even to an open-hearted kid like Miles. Once she learns there are others like her, she has the opportunity to let down her guard and become part of a team who have overcome their own tragedies to become the protectors of their worlds.
Peter B. Parker – Miles’ reluctant mentor
He may look like Peter Parker, but he is older and the years of superhero life have taken a toll on his body. His experiences have left him world-weary and cynical. Peter never wanted to be a mentor, but training Miles Morales to be Spider-Man helps him to regain his original enthusiasm for that identity and reclaim the spirit of selflessness for which Spider-Man stands.
'How many Spider people are there?'
Spider-Ham – The comic relief
Meet Spider-Ham, aka Peter Porker… a cartoon pig! Spider-Ham is always the first one to crack a joke, but despite behaving like the ultimate ham, he takes his job as a Spider-Hero very seriously and fights alongside the others with own his special kind of cartoon fury.
Peni Parker and SP//dr – A half-Asian school girl from the future
Peni Parker is a classic anime character, a school girl from an alternative universe with a psychic link to a spider. She’s an emotional, expressive vigilante who doesn’t wear the typical Spider-Man suit – instead, she has a mechanical, robotic Spidey suit that only responds to her DNA.
Spider-Man Noir – The Spider-Man of 1933
Spider-Man Noir, a Peter Parker from another century as well as another universe, is a more hardened version of Spider-Man who fought crime during the Great Depression in 1933. Unlike most Spider-People, Spider-Man Noir is only seen in black and white and has the 1930s perspective to match, which makes it harder for him to adjust to Miles’ modern (and colourful) world.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, the creative minds behind The Lego Movie and 21 Jump Street, bring their unique talents to a fresh vision of a different Spider-Man Universe, with a groundbreaking visual style that’s the first of its kind. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse introduces Brooklyn teen Miles Morales, and the limitless possibilities of the Spider-Verse, where more than one can wear the mask.The digital version has to be downloaded from a website. The code for the download has to be entered. The code for the download is included inside the box.
- Digital Copy Expiration Date : December 31, 2020
- MPAA rating : s_medPG PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
- Product Dimensions : 6.75 x 5.25 x 0.55 inches; 3.52 Ounces
- Audio Description: : English
- Item model number : #N/A
- Director : Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman
- Media Format : Subtitled
- Run time : 1 hour and 57 minutes
- Release date : March 19, 2019
- Actors : Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali
- Dubbed: : French, Spanish
- Subtitles: : English, French, Spanish
- Producers : Avi Arad, Phil Lord, Christina Steinberg, Amy Pascal, Christopher Miller
- Studio : Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
- ASIN : 6317632464
- Number of discs : 2
- Best Sellers Rank: #741 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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I was disappointed to see that the "bonus features" digital purchase only had *one* ten minute feature tacked onto the end! I tried Amazon customer support, but no luck.
I browsed social media and learned that if you watch your Prime Video purchase through the Movies Anywhere app, you get access to all of the incredible extra features, including the brilliant Spider-Ham short film and the amazing 2+ hour Alternate Universe edit of the movie! This works on your computer, phone (although you can't download the bonus features for offline viewing), and FireTV. I'm surprised and disappointed that you can't access all of the bonus content through the native Amazon app and FireTV interface, so I'm posting this to make sure that other people know that you can access everything that you paid for.
Into the Spider-Verse is (to me)- without a doubt- the best Spider-Man movie yet. And to be fair, if there was ever a movie I was skeptical about, it was this one. Sony Animation-- the same people who did The Emoji Movie and the Smurfs films-- making the first Marvel animated movie?? Was't looking too good... But DANG did they knock it out of the park! Not only are the visuals outstanding-- using 3D animation in an almost unprecedented way where it seriously looks like it is a living comic book-- but the cast, soundtrack, and story are all phenomenal. For anyone who reads the comics, there's plenty of Spider-Man fan service. For anyone who doesn't, there's plenty here to keep you thoroughly entertained throughout. It's got its moments of being down-to-earth, it's got humor, it's got heart. It's definitely a super hero film, but it's also a coming-of-age film.
If you even remotely enjoy Spider-Man, do yourself a favor and check this out!
P.S. Pic is what I wore going to the movie premiere at my local theater (^_^)
Miles Morales, an artistic, half African American/half Puerto-Rican teenager living in Brooklyn, is a huge fan of Spider-Man. Between trying to live up to the expectations of his parents, and struggling to fit in at his new boarding school, his life is turned even more upside down when he's bitten by a genetically modified spider, and gains spider-like powers. Soon after, he stumbles across a secret laboratory and their science experiments being run by the Kingpin of crime, Wilson Fisk. Their plan? To use a particle accelerator to access alternate realities. Spider-Man arrives to deactivate the machine, but in the ensuing battle, the accelerator malfunctions, and Spider-Man is tragically killed. Inspired by the hero's sacrifice, Miles begins to try and become a costumed crime fighter himself.....and soon runs into a very much alive Spider-Man. But not the one that died. Turns out, when the accelerator malfunctioned, it opened up doorways to other realities, and now multiple versions of Spider-Man are running around in Miles' universe. Now, with the help of a whole team of spider-powered-people, Miles will have to stop the Kingpin, put everyone back in their proper dimensions, and shut down the accelerator before the very fabric of reality is destroyed....and in the process, he'll learn what it truly means to not just be a superhero, but to be Spider-Man.
From the summary above, this may sound like a lot to take in, but amazingly, every character and plot point is juggled fairly well. Each spider-person is given enough screen time and handled in such a way that you're easily able to understand their personalities and backstories in just a few short expositions. This is perfect for an audience who may be unfamiliar with these alternate takes on the wall crawler. (I myself knew most of them, or had at least heard of them, but am now interested to check out their respective books.) And each one of them is drawn in a slightly different style that reflects the universe they came from. The animation is nothing short of incredible, with eye-popping colors, and a style that blurs the lines between traditional, stop-motion, and CGI----a type of art mixture I've never seen utilized before that perfectly evokes the feeling of reading a comic book (right down to panels, thought balloons, and sound effects appearing on screen).
Each of the spider-heroes are their own unique person, though each one contains a reflection of Peter Parker's heroic personality. Spider-Ham, Spider-Man Noir, and Peni Parker (from an animal, 1930's black and white, and anime universe respectively) get some of the funniest lines, though get the least amount of screen time in comparison to Spider-Gwen (from a universe where Peter's girlfriend, Gwen Stacy, got powers instead). Though Gwen sort of becomes a bit of a love interest for Miles, the romance aspect is heavily downplayed in favor of just telling a good origin story for Miles. The plot moves at a fairly fast clip, but this is mostly due to the viewer being dropped into Miles world---a world that's already lived in with its own backstory and adventures that've already happened. If you're a heavy comic reader, then you'll understand all the references. But if you're not, enough context clues are given that even newbies to the "ultimate" comics universe won't be lost. Although, the Kingpin is probably my only nitpick of the film. I'm so used to seeing him as a Daredevil adversary, it's easy to forget he actually started as Spidey's nemesis. And unless my comic knowledge isn't up to snuff, I don't think he typically deals in such scientific experiments (especially not dimension hopping). He's primarily a street crime boss, and to see him screwing around with alternate realities is a bit jarring to me (though his reasoning for doing so IS within his character). And the Peter of Miles' dimension is arguably the most well adjusted, well liked, and competent version of Spider-Man ever seen (with hilarious nods and references to the Sam Rami films).
Ultimately, the main story belongs to Miles and the alternate Peter Parker; both of whom are forced to go on a journey of self improvement, and help each other in doing so. This Peter is the total opposite of the Spidey that Miles knows. In his world, his life has taken a downward spiral, from losing his job, to his Aunt May, to his marriage with Mary Jane, leading to him having virtually given up being Spider-Man. But when he sees how scared and alone and inexperienced that Miles is at using his newfound powers, Peter reluctantly has to become Miles' teacher. And in doing so, he slowly gains the confidence he needs to reclaim his life and move forward. And through his experiences with the other spider-heroes, Miles learns how to come out of his shell, believe in himself, and decide what kind of person he wants to be.
Part origin story, part sci-fi epic, part homage with easter eggs galore, this is a fun and inspiring adventure that serves as the ultimate love letter to anything and everything Spider-Man related. It's one of the most stylistic and unique films I've ever experienced, and anyone who loves Spidey, superheroes, and comic books owes it to themselves to see this.
BUT.... i really didnt like how blurry the whole thing is. I cant tell if it was a style choice, or if the version i just bought and watched on Amazon is actually the 3D version. Did anyone else have this issue? To me, it looks like im watching a 3D movie with no glasses..
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This draws on a comic called Ultimate Spider-Man, which for the uninitiated was part of a range that were totally free of regular Marvel comics continuity, and thus could do whatever they wanted with key characters. After a while in the run, Peter Parker died, and was replaced as Spider-Man by a teenager called Miles Morales.
This is a fresh take on the whole thing. And tells Miles origin story. And then some.
Miles is a gifted student, struggling with a move to a new school. When he happens to get the same powers as Spider-Man, and then sees him die, it looks as if a superheroic destiny awaits. But of course it's as never easy as that. He has a lot to learn. Lots to measure up to. And there are others with the same powers suddenly in the world with him. Not all of them are human. If he can't measure up quick, then it's not just his universe that will be destroyed....
You will never have seen anything like this before. Because the animation really does make it look like a comic onscreen. it's incredible to look and amazingly well done. But it's not just flashy visuals. Because it's got a great script to go with it. It's the story of a young man learning how to be a hero, and it does that well. But it's also a buddy comedy. It's about friendship and responsibility. And love and loss. And so many other things.
The multiverse concept does allow for some fresh takes on existing ideas. The writing is ever so clever. And the character interaction amazing. There are some great vocal performance from those playing the other Spider folk. And it's probably one of the best bits of acting Nicolas Cage has done in a while.
Parents do be aware there's a lot of people dealing with grief in here, so there are as many sad as fun moments. Thus it might be a little much for the under sevens. And epileptics and those bothered by flashing lights will need to be careful with a few moments. But otherwise, it's great and original film making, and well worth five stars.
Do keep watching to the end of the closing credits. But don't read them, otherwise you will get a spoiler for what's there...
The dvd begins with an ad then a trailer. Both can be skipped via the next button on the dvd remote. The trailer is in the previews section of the extras anyway.
Language and subtitles on it are:
Languages: English, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish. English audio descriptive.
Subtitles: English, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish.
Film maker's commentary.
An animated short featuring Spider-Ham, called 'Caught in a Ham'. A very funny five min long Looney Tunes style cartoon.
Ultimate comics cast: a fourteen min feature about casting the actors. A really good watch.
Tribute to Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. A touching nine min long tribute to Spider-Man's creators.
Spider-Man ultimate fan easter egg challenge. A five min long look at some of the cameos and other references in the film. Very interesting and will make you look at some scenes again.
Lyrics vids: pop videos for two songs that come from the film soundtrack. Sunflower and Familia. Both run roughly three mins and can be watched individually or in a row. The former is a better video, as it uses film clips. The latter doesn't.
The story centres upon young Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moored ) who struggles at school to meet his fathers high-expectations.
Miles, loves his music, loves to draw, and enjoys reading Spiderman comics.
His uncle takes him to an abandoned subway station to paint graffiti on its walls, Miles is bitten by a radioactive spider as his hero Spiderman had years before, Miles soon finds he has strange abilities but needs guidance on how they can be used.
He returns to the subway to find the spider that he'd killed after the bite to find the master criminal Wilson Fisk had built a collider there in the hope of finding a parallel dimension where he may again find his lost wife and son...........Miles realises that his hero is also at the subway attempting to prevent Fisk using the collider.
Spiderman realises that the youngster possesses some of the powers he has.
Spiderman after fighting off Fisks enforcers comes to grief at the hands of the master criminal.
The story, however, has only just begun..........
Miles will meet an older version of his hero Peter B Parker (voiced by Jake Johnson) who hails from another dimension but is more interested in eating burgers these days than being a super-hero.
Miles persuades Peter B to show him the ropes, reluctantly the older Spiderman agrees in exchange for help to steal data from Frisk's research centre, however, they run into trouble but are rescued by Spiderwoman (voiced by Hailee Steinfeld) also from another dimension who has a strange resemblance Miles's new school friend Gwen.......
The three joined by Spider-Ham as they do battle with Fisk and his allies...
After which -
Young Miles will help his new friends return to their own dimension...and himself become the worlds new Spiderman.
Have to say, this is a superb animation adventure that will I'm sure to hold your interest from start to finish.
The adventure enhanced greatly by having no limitations that the live-adventures obviously do, though of course even they rely heavily on the use of CGI to create the visual experience we enjoy so much.
A truly splendid animated tale that deserves all the praise that has been heaped upon it.
I will always be a fan of Peter Parker in the original comics. Sadly I do not recognise that character since Brand New Day in either the comics or the movies. This came the closest I really enjoy all the other Spider characters as well.
This is a true passing the torch movie. With the main character allowed to take on and step out of the shadow becoming his own Spider-man.
The interviews and Easter eggs at the end are great. If there is one thing I would change about this movie it is Spider-man get beaten up a lot. I know the theme is no matter how many times he gets knocked down he gets gets up, but Spider-man does (did) win a lot of the fight he was in. As for the Kingpin please see Back in Black part 4 to see how a fight between Spider-man and the Kingpin would play out.
A great entertaining movie with great characters and character development. I would love to see a movie with any of the characters. Definitely one of the best Soider-man movies so far.
Do you like action and adventure, regardless of subject? If yes, see above.
Do you like films to engage your emotions despite yourself? If yes, see above.
Do you enjoy having your eyes knocked out, polished and mucked about with then put in upside down and swivelled the right way up again? If yes, see above.
It's funny, engaging, emotional, and visually stunning... but all of that pales into insignificance compared with the acting. You can close your eyes and just listen, the vocal acting alone is that good: the vocal soundtrack should be a new template for how to make an audio play.
Knowing stuff about Spider Man is not needed.
If you Loathed The 300, the Sin City films and found that TinTin flick from a while back somewhat confusing (almost photoreal cartoonery, am I right?), then relax. The mishmash of styles work extremely well.
Buy it on blu ray - the extras are fun and informative.
If you hate it, give it away to a charity shop...
But you probably won't do that
In this case, I certainly can. Nuff said.