Spider Man: Into the Spider Verse Movie Review: A stunning visual animation feast that will keep you hooked

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will keep you hooked with its engaging story and Miles Morales will indeed become your favourite character by the time the film ends.
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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
 
Director - Peter Ramsey, Robert Persichetti Jr., Rodney Rothman

Cast - Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree Henry, Luna Lauren Velez, Lily Tomlin

Rating - 4/5

 

I think Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is one of the best animation movies of this year. Well, this is a tall statement to begin the review with but not only it is a great original movie of Miles Morales, but It is also super funny, engaging and showcases some of the most thrilling Animo-action sequences. I think after this movie Marvel fans will anticipate the character to enter in Marvel Cinematic Universe as well.  

 
At the beginning of the movie, we get to see how Miles Morales (voiced by Shameik Moore), a teenager from Brooklyn is trying to adapt to his new school. His father who is an NYPD cop and mom who is a nurse is quite cool as compared to another dey of parents. Everything in his life is smooth and mundane until he gets bitten by radioactive spider and soon his life takes a big U-turn. 
 

 

 
Through the storyline, of course, we see him face a hard time when he fights against Kingpin along with Peter B Parker who comes from another dimension. But the main take away of the movie is the amazing camaraderie that is shared by Peter and Miles.
 
Talking about the animation, animators of the movie have done a fab job. The pop of colours and cool artistic background make you feel as if you are reading a comic book. 
Throughout the movie, we get to see thought bubbles just like the way they appear in comic books. The same helps the viewers get an idea about the other side of the story and that too without any additional dialogues. 
 
While humour is consistent, the emotional and intense drama scenes are not to be missed. They completely balance out the movie. 
 

 

 
While the first part of the movie focuses on just Miles and Peter and their camaraderie, the second half sees the entry and existence of other Spideys as well. Yes, you read it right. The movie is not only about the original movie of Miles but also of other Spideys such as Gwen Stacy a.k.a. Spider-Woman; the cartoonish Peter Porker, Peni Parker and her robot and the black-and-white Nazi-fighter, Spider-Man Noir are the other Spideys we get to see. 
 
Coming to the cameo that every Marvel fan waits for. Stan Lee's cameo, as always is the best part of the movie. His scene and his poignant dialogue will surely make you emotional. 
 
In a  nutshell, right from dialogues to animation to the action scenes to the story Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse succeeds on almost every level. 
 
P:S: The bonus scene in the middle of the end credits is a must watch. You might just get a chance to meet a familiar friendly neighbour.
 

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Hahaha .. This is the first time I’ve genuinely liked Priyanka Cheapra’s performance. That couple dance tho. Is this the scene from the movie Aitraaz ? This funny and sad at the same time. lmao

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