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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse
蜘蛛侠: 新宇宙

Opening Date
13 Dec 2018
PG Some Violence
117 mins
English with Chinese subtitles
Action, Animation
Bob Persichetti, Peter Ramsey, Rodney Rothman
Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Mahershala Ali, Jake Johnson, Liev Schreiber, Brian Tyree, Henry Luna, Lauren Velez, Lily Tomlin
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.
By Rachelle  10 Dec 2018
There is something so bold and positive about Into the Spider-verse that it gives viewers hope and a sense of lightness that is almost rare in recent superhero films.
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We’ve seen many film adaptations of comic books but it’s safe to say that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse is not like any of those. The film gives the phrase “comic book made to film” a whole new literal meaning.  The out-of-the-ordinary animation (set at a frame-rate of 12 images per second) makes you feel like you’re watching a comic book being flipped real fast. 

Miles Morales, a 16-year old teenager who resides in Brooklyn is bitten by a radioactive spider, giving him superhero powers. Sure, this is the usual Spider-Man origin we’re used to but Miles Morales isn’t Peter Parker. He’s a whole new other person altogether. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse not only gives us a new Spider-Man, it also opens up a world where there’s plausibility of a universe with more than one web-slinging superhero. Namely, an older version of Peter Parker's Spidey from a different dimension (Jake Johnson), a black and white Spider-Noir voiced by Nicolas Cage, Hailee Steinfeld’s Spider-Gwen, an anime-like counterpart named Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn) and last but definitely not least, a Spider-Ham voiced by John Mulaney.

Miles steps up to the mantle after he witnesses the untimely fate of his world's Peter Parker's Spider-Man at the hands of Kingpin. Kingpin is also responsible for the arrival of the various Spider-Men/Woman/Animal in their world. The storyline is as clear cut as any other action film you’d see but where Into the Spider-verse is different is its smart and witty dialogue, all thanks to the creative works of writers Phil Lord and Rodney Rodman. The film is almost as self-aware as Deadpool breaking the fourth wall in his films. 

There is something so bold and positive about Into the Spider-verse that it gives viewers hope and a sense of lightness that is almost rare in recent superhero films. This is most evident in a scene where Johnson’s older Peter says this to a young Miles (Shameik Moore), “What makes you different is what makes you Spider-Man."

Like all Marvel films, this one doesn’t shy away from the Easter eggs and post credit scenes, so be sure to stay till the end if you’d like a surprise treat. Also present is a very relevant Stan Lee cameo, now seen to be more impactful after his recent untimely passing.
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