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Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman
Brian Tyree Henry
Golden Globe Nominated
Academy Award Nominated
MTV Movie Award for Best Movie Nominated
Annie Award for Best Animated Feature Nominated
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film Nominated
Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film Winning
December 8, 2018
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Extremely charming, funny and the animation style is really cool. Not THE best Spidey film, as some would have you believe, but sits just below Homecoming and Raimi's Spider-Man 2. A strong 8/10
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This is garbage. This poorly constructed CARTOON does nothing but reinforce the stereotype that comic books are a childish medium. It also helps exemplify a lot of what is wrong with modern Marvel itself. Juvenile virtue signaling and forced unnecessary diversity is placed above what made the source material great in the first place. It tries to drive home both points to nauseating levels (literally because the choppy animation was designed to induce seizures and appeal to ADD sufferers) the story and characters themselves were apparently written by twelve year olds to appeal to twelve year olds.
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Where was the unnecessary diversity?
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First half is awesome. Second half is full of cliches and narrative errors. Stylish, sometimes innovative but also overrated.
I really loved this movie. The animation is nice to see compared to the "live action" movie influx. I also enjoy the humor sprinkled throughout. It was cool to see Spider-Mans brought to life from different iterations.
Love this film to bits. But I must say, the behaviour on Flickchart regarding this film has been appalling. Stop spamming matchups with repeat comments, does it really matter whether one film has more comments than an other in the grand scheme of things?
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2018 movie #37: Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. It’s no secret that I’m now sick of superhero movies. Venom, Aquaman, Black Panther and Spider-Man: Homecoming in the past 18 months are all very bland, poorly paced and dumb. Thankfully, this movie is a breathe of fresh air. It’s been a good while since we’ve had a comic book movie with such personality and entertainment that’s not a soulless corporate mess. All the different Spider-Mans are so well realised, interesting and the random ones are hilarious. All the jokes here land. In terms of style, this is the most well animated movie I’ve ever seen. My biggest issue is that while all the elements are pretty great, the movie still feels convoluted in parts but that doesn’t diminish the blast that I had with this movie. 8/10.
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As soon as I saw, it, I was shell shocked and could not wait to watch it again. One of my favorite movies ever.