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Movie Review: Spider-man: Across The Spider-Verse

June 4, 2023 by
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Spider-man: Across The Spider-Verse is a sequel that ramps up everything that was good about the original and then some. It has probably the most amazing and eclectic animation I’ve seen in a cinema and ties in perfectly with the myriad of different Spider-People we meet in the film.

Spider-Man tales are often built on a coming-of-age theme and this does so too exploring Miles Morales’ issues with his family life, friendships, his superpowers, and love interests including Gwen.

Soon Gwen tells Miles that she is a member of a kick-ass group of Spideys that patrol the multiverse and manage any threats including The Spot, a more comical villain that just discovered how to travel to alternate worlds.

Miles (Shameik Moore) soon finds out however that strict rules must be adhered to and certain things need to be sacrificed and those sacrifices are being enforced by Spider-Man 2099, aka Miguel O’Hara voiced by Oscar Isaac.

The movie speeds up gradually throughout the 2 hours and 20 minute running time and takes a significant leap forward when Miles and Gwen embark on a pursuit of Spot across various realms, culminating in their arrival at Spider-Man headquarters.

This pivotal moment marks the beginning of an exhilarating journey filled with intense emotions, clever allusions, various spider-people and thrilling sequences—a genuine whirlwind that perfectly encapsulates the characters’ own sensations.

Spider-man: Across The Spider-Verse highlights how important milestones affect our lives and will satisfy not just Spider-Man fans but fans of anything from comic art, action, drama and family issues.

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