Flick In A Limerick

A young man gets bit by a spider
Gaining super powers his senses get wider
Against his intentions
Brings in other heroes from other dimensions
To get them back home he must become a crime fighter

Shot Caller – Bob Pershivhetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rotham)

Role Play (Shameik Moore, Jake Johnson, Hailee Steinfeld, Liev Schrieber, Nicolas Cage, Mahershala Ali)

Nose Candy

“My pants ripped I think I hit puberty!”

“There can’t be two Spider-Mans. Can they!”

“We all have powers of one kind or another in a strange way we are all Spider-Man”

“You’re the best of all of us Miles just keep going just keep going”

“The hardest part about this job is that you can’t always save everyone”

“Don’t watch the mouth watch the hands”

Style Points

+graphics
+splitscreens
+strip effects texts
+Spiderman Fisk fight
+Stan Lee cameo

Money Shot

Leap of Faith

The Big Finish

There is no such thing as too much of a good thing. Honestly with the abundance of Spider-Man films that have been released over the course of the past several years I was initially skeptical about Into The Spider-verse as it seemed like way too much of an overkill. Well my expectations have been shattered as this latest take on the popular web slinger actually blew me away. The animation was a big help to make this version establish an identity. All of the graphics and cinematography were sick. The score was updated with popular tunes that are current and having The Black Sheep along with The Notorious B.I.G tracks definitely brought out the vibe of New York. This picture is incredibly unpredictable and did a phenomenal job of interweaving throughout storylines as well as alternative universes. Even with the animation this film offers enough for both younger and older audiences. I was shocked at how intense some of the scenes actually grabbed me. With all of the different plot points this movie introduced the possibilities are marvelously endless. Into The Spider-Verse is a cool fresh take on everyone’s favorite neighborhood Spider-Man. More please!

– Caleb Harris

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