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Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse [Ultra HD]

1 h 56 min2018X-RayHDRUHDPG
“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.
Bob PersichettiPeter RamseyRodney Rothman
Shameik MooreJake M. JohnsonHailee Steinfeld
English [CC]
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EnglishEnglish [Audio Description]
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4.7 out of 5 stars

22488 global ratings

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The13thManReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 February 2019
1.0 out of 5 stars
This played in UK cinemas in 3D so why is there no 3D Blu-ray in the UK?
This is a review of the UK Blu-ray edition of the film, not the film itself, which I give 4 stars, but that's for the 3D version. Unfortunately the UK Blu-ray does not include the 3D version of the film, so it has to get a one -star review for that reason - 2D versions of 3D movies are worthless to me. Why would I want to watch a 3D movie in 2D on my 3D TV? The answer is I wouldn't. Instead of this insulting UK version I have ordered this from Germany, as thankfully the 3D version is being released there.
148 people found this helpful
Greg WheelerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 December 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Spider-Man Film We Deserve
Last summer I had the unfortunate task of watching The Emoji Movie at the cinema. An animation so sloppily handled and poorly produced it tarnished the reputation of Sony Pictures Animation. There’s always something poetic about a comeback story and when it comes to Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse, the studio redeem themselves in a big way. Visually stunning and impressively crafted, this is not just one of the best animated flicks of the year, it’s also the best Spider-Man film produced to date. Not bad for a studio vilified 16 months ago.

The film opens with a brief introduction to Peter Parker. “You all know my origin story”, he says nonchalantly as we’re shown key moments from previous films leading up to this moment. Including that particular scene in Spider-Man 3. It’s a respectful tribute to what’s come before while looking ahead at a more comic-book orientated origin story. Only, this isn’t Peter Parker’s story, its teenager Miles Morales’. After seeing this teen try to adjust to life at his new school, Miles is bitten by a radioactive spider and becomes entangled in the biggest threat Spider-Man has ever faced.

After splitting apart the fabric of time and space, multiple Spider Men from other dimensions come together to stop Kingpin and his band of villains before they destroy the universe. While this all sounds very familiar, the main crux of the story sees Miles become the hero he was always destined to be while learning the greatest lesson of all. With great power…well, you know the rest. From here, Miles learns to harness his powers and becomes the new Spider-Man, filling those large boots left by Peter Parker.

While the story itself isn’t wholly original, where Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse excels is its execution and flair. Foreshadowing, comic book references, consistent characterisation and more easter eggs than you could ever dream of are all here in one of the best comic book movies ever made. While this may sound like a bold statement given what we’ve seen before, Spiderverse feels like a true comic book story brought to life.

Some of this is thanks to the general aesthetic of the film that’s unlike anything else out there. A mixture of hand-drawn animation, CGI and comic book frames combine to show some of the most impressive animation produced this year. Bursts of neon blend perfectly into the quirky, comic book style. Dizzying camera spins and compositional tricks help sell the effect you’re on a ride. All the while throwing little nods, references and comic book framing into the fold to help give the film a real comic book feel.

This style spills over to the other Spider Men too who, along with unique personalities, are painted with their own visual style. The noir Spider-Man is your classic black and white hero; Spider Pig uses tricks from the old school Looney Tunes animations; there’s even an anime-inspired Spider-Man for good measure. These blends of style could so easily have become a convoluted mess but it’s pulled off surprisingly well.

While there are a few inconsistencies with villains and the story is incredibly cliched, this really feels like the perfect love letter to the comics. There’s so much to like about this film that it’s hard to look at this one with too much of a critical eye. It’s not perfect but the nostalgia and visual style alone should be enough to help you look past any issues with the supporting cast who don’t have a whole lot to do beyond pushing Miles into becoming a hero.

Spider-Man: Into The Spiderverse is a surprisingly compelling and competently made animation. While the supporting characters don’t quite have enough screen time to flesh out their character arcs, Miles Morales’ story is very impressive indeed. The visual style is breathtaking and some of the action feels like its been ripped right out of a comic book. This nostalgic feel to the visual design helps carry the film through some of its flaws and there’s some very cleverly placed jokes here that really help lighten the mood. It’s not perfect but when it comes to Spider-Man, Into The Spiderverse is about as close as you could come to achieving that goal.
80 people found this helpful
ScottReviewed in the United Kingdom on 09 April 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
An Amazing Spider-Man....
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I must admit when I sat down at the Cinema to watch this movie, I was unsure if it was going to be a kids movie and be left regretting my decision! However in the first five minutes, you can see it's certainly not and it's rather a celebration about everything that is great about Spider-Man.

The only minor thing that would have been great to do, would have been to have Toby Maguire voice Peter B Parker (the older Spider-Man) and then continue or at least close the original Spider-Man film franchise and give it a good ending! The film does kind of reference it a little, but according to the producers / directors it was never the intended plan.

I also waited patiently to buy this on Amazon Video, playing it on a 4K TV and it did not disappoint. Therefore if you haven't seen this film and your a Marvel / Spider-Man fan - where have you been!? Get watching this and you won't be disappointed.

Been a while since I said this about Sony and a Spider-Man movie... but well done Sony!
18 people found this helpful
Amazon CustomerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 April 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Amazing Spider-Verse
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As a lifetime Spider-Man fan, and after the less than successful reboots featuring Andrew Garfield (back on track now with Tom Holland’s perfect take on the character), I was uncertain about this movie going in. I didn’t know much about the other iterations of Spidey that have sprung up over the years, and so Peter Parker is my Spider-Man. Testament to the success of this film is that, by the end, I loved every iteration, and Miles Morales is such a great character (as the centre of the story), that any preconceptions or resistance I might have had was washed away very quickly. Everything about this movie is terrific. The animation is astonishing - vibrant, kinetic and truly a comic book come to life. The Oscar for best animated film was, for a change for the Oscars, totally deserved. It would have been a gross miscarriage of justice if it hadn’t won, but I digress. The voice casting is spot on - highlights being Shameik Moore’s Miles, Jake Johnson’s fantastically weary (but still heroic) Peter B. Parker and Hailee Steinfeld’s awesomely feisty and confident Gwanda (I know, I know, just watch the movie). The story is really solid, and there are some genuinely touching moments throughout, especially if you have any affection for Spider-Man in any of his incarnations. There’s also a Stan Lee cameo that’s both fitting as a tribute to the man and as a statement of what Spidey is all about. I could go on and on, but I’d rather go back and watch it again. There are not too many movies that can bear that kind of scrutiny, but Into the Spider-Verse is so well crafted, there’s a new gift to discover every time you watch.
15 people found this helpful
Martin WrightReviewed in the United Kingdom on 07 April 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Now this is the 🕷 we’ve been waiting for
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Caution slight spoilers!
I took my godson to see this when it came out and bought it again on digital download. Although the experience of the big screen can’t be replicated this is probably my favourite superhero movie.
The only thing that I find slightly jarring is spider ham and the anime spider, really no need for either of these and they detract from the tone of the movie. Spider-Man noir and Spider-Gwen easily could have been used more so not needing these two at all. (Jar jar binks springs to mind)
It’s a 5/5 but for me still could’ve been better! Can’t wait for the next movie focusing on Spider Gwen!
14 people found this helpful
Paul TapnerReviewed in the United Kingdom on 28 April 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Spider Multiversities
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A new Spider-Man movie. Somewhat different to all that have come before.

This draws on a comic called Ultimate Spider-Man, which for the uninitiated was part of a range that were totally free of regular Marvel comics continuity, and thus could do whatever they wanted with key characters. After a while in the run, Peter Parker died, and was replaced as Spider-Man by a teenager called Miles Morales.

This is a fresh take on the whole thing. And tells Miles origin story. And then some.

Miles is a gifted student, struggling with a move to a new school. When he happens to get the same powers as Spider-Man, and then sees him die, it looks as if a superheroic destiny awaits. But of course it's as never easy as that. He has a lot to learn. Lots to measure up to. And there are others with the same powers suddenly in the world with him. Not all of them are human. If he can't measure up quick, then it's not just his universe that will be destroyed....

You will never have seen anything like this before. Because the animation really does make it look like a comic onscreen. it's incredible to look and amazingly well done. But it's not just flashy visuals. Because it's got a great script to go with it. It's the story of a young man learning how to be a hero, and it does that well. But it's also a buddy comedy. It's about friendship and responsibility. And love and loss. And so many other things.

The multiverse concept does allow for some fresh takes on existing ideas. The writing is ever so clever. And the character interaction amazing. There are some great vocal performance from those playing the other Spider folk. And it's probably one of the best bits of acting Nicolas Cage has done in a while.

Parents do be aware there's a lot of people dealing with grief in here, so there are as many sad as fun moments. Thus it might be a little much for the under sevens. And epileptics and those bothered by flashing lights will need to be careful with a few moments. But otherwise, it's great and original film making, and well worth five stars.

Do keep watching to the end of the closing credits. But don't read them, otherwise you will get a spoiler for what's there...

The dvd begins with an ad then a trailer. Both can be skipped via the next button on the dvd remote. The trailer is in the previews section of the extras anyway.

Language and subtitles on it are:

Languages: English, Norwegian, Swedish, Danish, Finnish. English audio descriptive.
Subtitles: English, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, Swedish.


Film maker's commentary.
An animated short featuring Spider-Ham, called 'Caught in a Ham'. A very funny five min long Looney Tunes style cartoon.
Ultimate comics cast: a fourteen min feature about casting the actors. A really good watch.
Tribute to Stan Lee and Steve Ditko. A touching nine min long tribute to Spider-Man's creators.
Spider-Man ultimate fan easter egg challenge. A five min long look at some of the cameos and other references in the film. Very interesting and will make you look at some scenes again.
Lyrics vids: pop videos for two songs that come from the film soundtrack. Sunflower and Familia. Both run roughly three mins and can be watched individually or in a row. The former is a better video, as it uses film clips. The latter doesn't.
6 people found this helpful
DeckyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 December 2018
5.0 out of 5 stars
Im Just Out Of Into The Multi-Verse And I Want Back In!
An outstanding piece of cinema. I have reached the point now where I am spoiled. We have had so many great superhero movies (and so many average ones too) I take them for granted more than I used to.
Into The Spider-Verse is something very different and very special. From the opening credits to the visual style I knew I would love this film. It moves along at a brisk pace with plenty of action but its never overwhelming or hyperactive.
All the characters are well rounded and this film has loads of heart which I wasn't expecting. Its an absolute joy from start to finish no matter what age you are. I'm 32 and cannot wait to see it again. Throw is a fresh and brilliant soundtrack and you have one of 2018s best films. I hope to see these characters again.
62 people found this helpful
macabee200Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 01 August 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Far, far better than it needs to be
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Considering this is a blockbuster for kids, and "yet another instalment in the Marvel franchise", it's probably one of the best superhero movies I've seen. I don't watch all of them. I mean, unless you're 14 or lower, that's kinda impossible nowadays. But I've seen a few, starting with the original Superman back in the 1980s.

What makes this great is the quality of the animation, the script and the scope of the imagination behind both those two things. It's just free-ranging, irreverent, and fearless in stepping out in any direction it wishes while paying homage to what's gone before. The humour typically found in the Spiderman franchise is here in handfuls.

I honestly can't criticise this movie. Perhaps the only thing I would say is that I took a break half way through while watching it. It was like it was all a bit too much – there's too many good ideas, too much inventiveness. It was almost fatiguing for a middle-aged man like me. I very much doubt kids will feel that way, though, and they're who the movie is made for.
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