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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

22549 global ratings

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Gordon McveyReviewed in the United Kingdom on 13 August 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Amazing Spiderman
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I first saw this on Netflix. It just popped up on the list and I didn't have anything better to watch at the time so I figures why not?

I'm glad I did, this film is freaking amazing. It looks stunning, it has a mind-blowing soundtrack, it's funny, smart, moving and it does something new and fresh with the Spiderman concept that was really refreshing to see (Yes, I'm aware that Miles as a character has existed in the comics for a while, but I don't read those). Also, the obligatory Stan Lee cameo was especially poignant, given both its specific subject matter and the fact that he had recently died when the film first came out, yet it still manages to avoid being morose by still being really funny at a moment when the film needed a little bit of an uplift in mood.

The only real flaw I can think of is one of the alternate-version Spiderman characters isn't very funny, but he's mercifully not in the film for very long.

I watched this over and over until Netflix deleted it from its lineup. I loved it so much that I was prompted to buy it on blu-ray after it was taking off streaming. That's how good it is, I was willing to pay for it even though I'd already seen it a dozen times. Its Oscar is well-deserved.
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.
PhilReviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2022
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great film
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Thought it was great because of the animation, and the different spidermen/women. Not sure about the pig one though. It was very entertaining although not my usual thing to watch. I don't normally agree with changing a formula but as it was just an animation I can live with that. If it was the real Film thing then yeah, I wouldn't watch it.
F. M. PayneReviewed in the United Kingdom on 27 January 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Spider-Man Movie Yet
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Animation seems to give the writers space to really nail a truly great Spider-Man story. This is an origin story with a difference, as it introduces not just a new version of Spider-Man but a new multi-dimensional universe in which he (and other versions of Spider-Man) co-exist. This adventure introduces Miles Morales, The 13-year-old biracial teenage son of a Black American father and a Puerto Rican mother. Historically, he is the second Spider-Man to appear in Ultimate Marvel, an imprint with a separate continuity from the mainstream Marvel Universe that ws first published in 2011.
Morales is an intelligent nerd, just like Peter Parker. When bitten he exhibits similar but different powers to Parker.
Spider-Man is the perfect hero to re-invent in a racially inclusive and progressive comic-book series; Parker was always, to some degrees, a character tackling mundane teen-age concerns like puberty and social awkwardness, and even isolation and loss alongside the the tribulations faced be a super-hero. It's one of the reasons the character is empathic and well-loved. The problems Morales faces are different but similar, and his handling (and -more often- mis-handling of them) is great to watch.
Morales' story is entertaining and fresh, and reminds me of that feeling of discovery when I first encountered Spider-Man, many years ago.
The action sequences are particularly spectacular, almost too much to take in. The choreography, timing and construction of scenes is incredibly slick.
The dialogue is great, with Peter Parker, in particular being handled with obvious love by the writers: at times funny, insightful and sad.
The plot allows the story to look at the idea of a Hero from different aspects - and have those aspects talk with each other. It's really fun to watch.
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.
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matt nimmoReviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 July 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
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nice to see a different Spider-Man taking the lead
Michael RainbirdReviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 May 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Hesitated - but wow i was wrong
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Where do i start, browsing Prime Video for things to watch; came across this and didn't know if it would be good or not.

Decided to finally sit and watch it, first i was a little unsure of the animation style but wow it makes all the difference and it had to be done once you see more.

I don't want to give away spoilers but if you enjoy great music, great animation and a great movie (not to mention spiderman) i cannot recommend this movie enough!

Will recommend, will likely watch this again, and again.
Steve FirthReviewed in the United Kingdom on 22 June 2022
5.0 out of 5 stars
Excellent version, well handled
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Nice take on Spiderman without all the usual PC clunkiness, actually had a nice range of characters who had character, not just from a checklist.

Animation is beautifully done, very funny with some good callbacks.
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