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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

2018
Family/Kids
Action
1h 57m
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Avg Percentile 74.65% from 4284 total ratings

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Rated 26 Dec 2018
85
94th
Look, every movie needs a dissenting view point by the old curmudgeon who just didn't quite connect with the film the way you kids did. So, when you find him, kick him in the shins for me.
Rated 10 Apr 2019
82
86th
Unexpectedly enjoyable. It's full of (youthful) energy and a feast for the eyes to boot. Made me drop my regular Comic Book Guy From The Simpsons defenses to instead just soak in the sights and sounds. Thanks, movie!
Rated 14 Dec 2018
90
92nd
This is everything Marvel movies should be: a feast for my fat eyes with great characters and development and talking pigs.
Rated 08 May 2019
82
89th
Really enjoyed this. It's bursting with energy and creativity, with a vibrant visual style that kept me peeled to the screen. There was plenty of humour that actually made me laugh, and even if the plot taken at first sight didn't inspire, the whole thing moves along beautifully. The bairns liked it too. Recommended.
Rated 19 Feb 2019
90
97th
With the stalwart money-making machine the MCU already designed, an animated Spider-Man movie, hot on the heels of an already acceptable live action MCU tie-in, is a risk--an overly self-confident risk. But big gambles have big pay offs, and boy does this one pay off. From a crazy entertaining story, to the dazzling visuals, "Into the Spider-Verse" risks putting every Marvel movie for the next decade to shame, and ought to leave the DCEU wondering what the fuck they are even doing making movies.
Rated 08 Jan 2019
90
89th
[Movie] (Puts hand on my shoulder.) [Me] (Inquisitive?) [Movie] "Hey." [Me] (An involuntary cinemagasm.) Funny, enlightening, and damned good to look at, Spider-Verse has more humanity in its animation than most live-action features these days. You just care desperately for Miles, and when he succeeds, it's a kind of revolution. The message really comes to Jesus with the Stan Lee moments: belonging and heroism are universal and inclusive. Masks are one-size-fits-all. No refunds.
Rated 16 Jan 2019
95
84th
Film-wise, this probably is the best Spider-Man movie. It didn't blow me away, but I do still think it is fantastic. Everything feels like a comic book, from the writing/dialogue to the animation and characters. The pacing is really good and the story is very engaging and quite enjoyable. Just about everything about the movie is just done right. One of the best movies of 2018 and one of the best animated movies of the decade. Hands down. Catch it as soon as you can!
Rated 09 Dec 2018
90
90th
Spider-man: Into the Spider-Verse might end up being one of the most fun anmated movies that comes out this decade. It's in your face with how pop-culture-sensitive it is, and doesn't pull any punches with thematic power and visual excellence. It's voice cast does an amazing job, with some genius casting choices all around, as well as being some great fan service for fans. It's plot can be a little all over the place, but during your watch, you'll only marvel (no pun intended) at the movie.
Rated 09 Dec 2018
90
93rd
Most movies: EVERY FRAME A PAINTING. This movie: EVERY FRAME A POP ART MASTERPIECE. And even if you took away the incredible visuals, you’d still have one of the funniest movies of 2018, with a pitch-perfect cast, and an origin story that admittedly hits the usual notes but with such impeccable grace that by the third act I was crying half out of the payoff to the outstanding character work and half out of sheer unadulterated joy. The hype is real with this one. Best post-credits scene ever.
Rated 19 Dec 2018
90
93rd
Inventive, visually astounding, emotionally evocative, impeccably voice acted... are we *sure* that Sony made this? With my expectations very much uncertain, this hit me as incredibly well-made and very entertaining, so much so that I instantly worry that a sequel will be rushed out and tank the whole operation. Also, what a soundtrack; the entire technical execution of this movie is Oscar-worthy. This is one of only a handful of movies this year that I would say that everyone MUST watch.
Rated 27 Apr 2019
75
74th
Kingpin opens a dimensional portal, resulting in several versions of Spiderman from across the multiverse joining forces to stop him. The animation is great and the visuals become quite intense during the action sequences....the tone is light and fun, and the voice acting is very good. Bonus points for the inclusion of Peter Porker, Spider Ham, whose comics I used to devour as a kid. Probably the best film version of Spider Man to date.
Rated 06 Dec 2018
95
97th
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse could very well be the best Spider-Man movie ever! One of my favourites of 2018! The animation was very stylish with mix of CGI and Comic-Book style art. This is a movie that did not take itself seriously at all, and with many different universes of Spider-Men it just went crazy and gave us a real packed 2 hours of entertainment. The use of music was decent, there was alot of heart to it, surprises, good gags, and it all felt fresh and interesting to the series.
Rated 30 May 2019
87
88th
Loud vibrant energetic funny. animation is art come to life, a comic book page spilling out uncontained, and this kinetic flurry of style, color, fantasy and motion is paired with an equally moving soundtrack that pulses to the exact right beat the whole way through.flings all the doors open wide so it can have as much fun as possible&with this brash new style it's rockin' you'd basically just have to be a fun-hating killjoy not to groove with it
Rated 17 Feb 2019
10
97th
My name is omgfridge. I was bitten by a radioactive overpriced popcorn & cola deal. And for like two days, I've been the one and only movie-critic. Went to the cinemas twice in three days for this one. Just the most insanely pleasing visual experience ever. Absolutely has it all, funny, caring, entertaining and has a banging soundtrack. In an age where superhero films are ever present and equal parts trope heavy this has set the bar at an obscene level.
Rated 21 Nov 2019
85
85th
I fell on board with this way more than expected. It was a kick. They honored the spirit of the original Spider-Man while still branching out into something new. I've always thought Spider-Gwen was stupid, but it's fun to see Peter Porker the Spectacular Spider-Ham again (I still have some of his 80's comics, no kidding). No idea what the anime robot was, though.
Rated 14 Dec 2018
95
95th
Really might be the best Spider-Man movie, and I know I said the same about Homecoming. Emotional, inventive and ambitious, it's a movie that manages to be massive and intimate all at once. I would watch 1000 more of these.
Rated 14 Dec 2018
10
98th
Spider-Verse fucking murdered it. This has game changing potential for the medium. See it yesterday.
Rated 15 Dec 2018
81
91st
Oozing with style and boasting some of the best animation I've ever seen, this stands among one of the best cape films. While much of the plot is contrived as hell, it's so full of energy and personality that it'll keep you hooked despite this. Unlike the MCU, this captures the essence of the comics perfectly and it's not afraid to utilize outlandish concepts such as Spider-Ham or thought bubbles to tell its narrative. It all comes together to make a cape film that's well-paced and exciting.
Rated 13 Dec 2021
90
83rd
The Spiderman stories have always mixed teen detective & swashbuckling genres. What's amazing is this picture doesn't adapt that decades old formula. Instead it revamps a franchise by stripping away the silly parts much like JJ Abrams's Star Trek films. The voice cast nails the humor & gravitas as the most spectacular actors I've heard in an animated film. The family story is a little lacking. But that's a minor complaint as this is a sensational movie that made me smile when I wasn't laughing.
Rated 16 Dec 2018
64
32nd
Typical Marvel-based escapism, nothing special story-wise, done a million times before. Nice visuals that felt a bit forced in the beginning but work well overall.
Rated 28 Jul 2019
90
97th
Easily the best Spidey film made. It's true to it's comic roots but forges it's own path. It is crisp and fresh looking and the voice acting is great. One of the better comic book, and animated film in general, of all time.
Rated 27 Mar 2019
95
96th
It's terrific fun and certifiably cool. The innovative animation that brings comics to life is the unquestionable highlight here, but there is great voice acting and strong character development too. The music is pitch perfect for the vibe and atmosphere. A standard superhero origin plot keeps it from being a flawless movie, but the spectacle is so engaging and the characters, especially Miles, are so charming that you don't really notice. A positive influence on the genre and a trendsetter.
Rated 27 Dec 2018
80
91st
The multiverse narrative is the film's greatest strength and weakness. Visually stunning is an understatement; each dimensional character is a playful love-letter to Spiderman, animation, and comics as a whole. Yet the film partakes in that modern trend of ironically and coyly acknowledging its own cultural ubiquity. This is yet another Spiderman film, but one that hurries to reassure and comfort its viewers for watching it.
Rated 01 Jan 2019
7
57th
The animation is consistently on point - with one particular shot that honestly took my my breath away in terms of content, framing and composition - but the novelty also wears thin fairly quickly, and the story is your standard spidey-webby fare, following the same action/dramatic beats we've seen a million times before. It's fun but not exactly the greatest thing since sliced bread.
Rated 10 Jan 2019
85
86th
This is hands-down the most stunningly gorgeous animated film ever made, and likely the most important animated film made since Toy Story. I feel like I was just transported 10 years into the future and I loved every single frame of what I saw. This visual masterpiece is maybe not a masterpiece narratively; following familiar superhero story-beats and tropes albeit in a really fun & self-aware way, but the future of animation is right here, right now, and dear God, you owe yourself to see it.
Rated 21 Jan 2019
93
94th
Filled with a cornucopia of wonderful things. It's not that there aren't bad or awkward moments, it's that they're *flooded* out by the enormous panoply of fun shit. Miles is such a good character! Dirtbag Peter! SPIDER-GWEN! OMG all the supporting spiders are characters I never expected to make it into a movie and they're played by amazing and perfect actors and! THE VISUAL STYLE I could ramble on for hours but it's so good I liked it a lot.
Rated 19 Dec 2018
90
94th
Stylistically, the closest any film has ever come to immersing the viewer into the pages of a comic book. The trailers don't do this flick justice; it definitely exceeded my expectations.
Rated 14 Jan 2021
67
53rd
Hey I heard you liked Spider-man origin stories so I put Spider-man origin stories in your Spider-man origin stories so you can origin while you origin. And if you think that joke is old and unoriginal, just have Spider-man's uncle beat me up.
Rated 22 Jan 2019
89
94th
Fresh, funny, and bursting with energy, INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE is an overdue makeover of the Spider-Man mythos and an effective study in dramatic contrasts. It's nostalgic and modern. It's irreverent and sweet. It's just for kicks and it's terrifically moving. It's a masterclass in the subtle art of giving the audience something they didn't expect but somehow desperately wanted. It's almost too frenetic to fully appreciate in one viewing, but this Spidey is surely going to stick around.
Rated 09 Dec 2018
10
90th
[Watch in theaters] This movie had the exact right balance of action, silly, character development, and heart. Every setup has a fantastic payoff, and from the very first second to the end of the credits it is a genuinely fun experience. Did you like the trailer? It's even better than you're expecting.
Rated 17 Mar 2019
8
76th
Into The Spider-Verse may be my favourite film of 2018 and it may even be my new favourite Spider-Man film. This is such a staggeringly well realised idea that has been brought to life with some of the most impressive and original animation that I have ever experienced. Every single frame is absolutely stunning, the voice work is strong throughout and this must be the best example of a comic translated on the big screen. I have nothing but praise for what I initially thought sounded ridiculous.
Rated 27 Dec 2018
75
81st
a small miracle. who knew the solution to making a great Spider-Man movie was to make it a story worth telling written by people who care about the property. it is a delicious piece of pop art candy. like candy itself, it's not a film that will linger with you long — origin stories have limits — but it is candy that tastes good, and unlike its contemporaries, it won't make you sick. any parent who took their kids to see Aquaman over this should be reported to CPS.
Rated 14 Jan 2019
88
87th
So if you asked me today if you should watch Spider-Man: Homecoming, Into the Spider-Verse, or play the 2018 Spider-Man for Sony Playstation, I would say just pick one, all are great. Ask me in 5 years and the answer will 100% be Into the Spider-Verse. The look, feel, and sound all ooze with style that may not make it immune to aging, but at the very least resistant. Unlike anything with realism and CGI or special effect, a cartoon with style uses its American Psycho approved facial care.
Rated 06 Apr 2019
85
85th
I am simultaneously a fan of Spider-Man and bored of Spider-Man. This film reminded me that he can be fun!
Rated 06 Jul 2019
87
92nd
First time around, I didn't care much about Miles or his family and just wanted to get to the alternate versions shenanigans. Second time around, it resonated much more with me. And in a time where Disney is sitting heavily on both animated and superhero movies, it is just so refreshing to see a big company willing to try out something different, even if the final bossfight felt very much like a final bossfight.
Rated 19 Aug 2019
82
70th
A hell of a trip. This is just as good as any classical animation movie from Disney.
Rated 24 Aug 2019
94
93rd
THIS MOVIE FLEW MY WIG, SNAPPED MY NECK, STOLE MY KNEECAPS. SO AMAZING!!!!!!!!!
Rated 05 Jul 2019
84
88th
This is a stunning movie to look at and a thrilling film to watch. There are so many fun and different versions of Spider-man in this film. The script is original and it keeps things exciting. Overall I would highly recommend this film.
Rated 28 Jan 2019
97
91st
This movie had it all. I was not impressed with the animation at first when I saw the trailer, but it fits once you sit in the world for a minute. There is alot of fun dialogue in this movie and I really hope to see more like this. it was a great breakaway from the main MCU. Middle aged spider man is the best spider man.
Rated 27 Jan 2019
83
81st
A light story made just plain fun with tone and execution. Captures the spirit of comics way better than any other comic book film has. Looking forward to the inevitable Spider-Man Noir/Spider-Ham/Peni Parker spin-off.
Rated 28 May 2019
4
90th
Terrific animation and great voice acting with superb timing. The score was riveting and made my heart stop at times. The few downfalls, was the pretty standard superhero story, although not bad at all, and the Peter Porker character. It was funny in the trailers, before knowing that the film was so awesome. It failed totally in the movie! *Very Good
Rated 21 Dec 2018
80
77th
The animation is engaging, the characters range from absolutely hilarious to surprisingly complex, and on top of that, it's exhilarating. It's an action movie, it's a comedy, and a coming-of-age story all in one. This is what Homecoming should have been. It suffers from a certain degree of formula, and if that's not that the generic superhero formula, it's the "we're-sony-and-still-marketing-to-kids" formula. I'm impressed, though.
Rated 14 Dec 2018
70
76th
Fun, inventive, and a little exhausting (on second viewing).
Rated 15 Dec 2018
77
81st
Electric and hilarious and creatively invigorating.
Rated 15 Dec 2018
85
90th
Story is nothing new really but hoo boy is this is a fun visual treat. Funny, charming, beautiful and creative. What more do you want?
Rated 23 May 2019
90
84th
Probably the best Spider-man movie yet. The artistic style of the movie is pulled off like nothing else. The carefree tone sets itself apart from other superhero movies, allowing for a character-centric flick that compares to some of the best. Again the visuals are sheer beauty that sets itself apart from other animated mainstream movies.
Rated 16 Dec 2018
98
96th
Art-wise this has to be the best looking animated film ever made. The Story itself is very good and is able to balance and focus on the characters that matter while having great sidekicks for comic relief. Nearly perfect in everything it does, but sometimes the dialog is boderline cliche. It's never for too long but the only reason I can't rate it even higher. One of my favorite animated films ever. One of my favorite superhero films ever.
Rated 20 Dec 2018
90
91st
If it doesn't fit your taste, it will...eventually
Rated 21 Dec 2018
69
66th
Very inventive in its ideas and animation, a bit generic and predictable in its story. It's still more than a good time.
Rated 27 Jul 2019
100
94th
Great Movie
Rated 24 Dec 2018
80
79th
The comedy and pacing are excellent, the conceit is simple and fun, and the visuals are beautifully unique. Due largely to its breakneck pace, the film fails to really achieve a heart, but in the end it has to be respected that the film made a definite choice and committed to it, and what it committed to was excellent.
Rated 25 Dec 2018
8
80th
Despite its meta, self-aware take on the hero origin story it still feels a little too familiar by the classic big-explosion end (a different use of the shoulder-tap with the tragic villain would've helped). That said, it nails its humour and pace (though the Uncle Aaron twist is under-explained), and Miles is a refreshing lead for the old coming-of-age arc. More significant than anything though, is the fantastic animation (the action sequences are amazing) and unique comic book-esque flair.
Rated 26 Dec 2018
85
80th
Worth watching just for the animation alone. There's so much going on here that it really is a feast for the eyes. While the plot doesn't go as far as it could have, the brilliance of how the movie presents itself allows for a lot of kinetic energy. It's incredibly hard to be bored by this, but I'm not willing to say it's "amazing" because there are flaws that admittedly it tries its best to hide. There's also some legit intimacy here which I didn't really expect.
Rated 31 Dec 2018
100
98th
Probably the best comic book movie ever made.
Rated 02 Jan 2019
4
63rd
It's the best comic book movie in recent years. The weight of its concept bears it down a bit, but it is top tier.
Rated 20 Jul 2019
95
97th
The best work in the genre since at least The Dark Knight, the biggest step forward in animation since Toy Story, and a film that finally, truly adapts the limitless imagination of the American comic book.
Rated 12 Jan 2019
75
77th
There's so much to love about this (not least the stuff between Miles and his dad), but I just really loathe the unforgivably lame Peter Porker character so, so much.
Rated 13 Jan 2019
85
89th
Peni Parker movie, please!
Rated 06 Mar 2019
80
89th
Really fun movie with great animation (though I didn't care for the dropped frame rate). The concept was clever and executed well. I really liked Jake Johnson as the world weary Spidey, and Miles Morales was the perfect addition to the Spiderman mythos. Plus, John Mulaney is everything.
Rated 14 Jan 2019
95
99th
This so great. Incredible creative and imaginative; it felt really fresh, especially given the numerous Spider-Man films out there. The mixture of different styles of animation, which at first you might think would be jarring works really well and adds that touch of innovation to it. It has an amazing soundtrack to go with it, and the voice talent behind this is also something else. Even if you're sick of all the Spider-Man films, this one is not to be missed.
Rated 16 Jan 2019
79
96th
In a market saturated by superheroes, Into the Spider-Verse manages to deliver one of my favourite origin stories in a film that feels innovative and fresh. The animation, music and voice acting are all excellent. Rather than following the trend of diving into a genre, this film embraces its comic book origin both stylistically and narratively, and refreshingly doesn't try to be the definitive Spider-man. The plot has its flaws, but makes up for it with its focus on character and its heart.
Rated 14 Dec 2018
90
96th
Four of the five greatest bagel jokes in all of cinema are in this movie.
Rated 18 Feb 2019
93
96th
Impressive, immersive, funny, fresh and potentially groundbreaking. I cannot praise this movie enough.
Rated 25 Mar 2019
96
97th
I have absolutely no problems with this movie.
Rated 12 Aug 2019
99
88th
This movie was outstanding, It's quirky, it's funny and it's very moving. The best animated film I've ever seen.
Rated 14 Apr 2019
100
96th
Into the Spider-Verse is the best Spider-Man movie that has ever been made. The animation style of the movie should be used for every comic book movie from here on out. It's something that the live-action movies are missing because of the uncanny valley. We all know it's bullshit but when it's animation we can suspend our belief. The voice acting in this movie was out of this world. I was surprised to hear Nic Cage and John Mulaney. Lily Tomlin was awesome. Everybody was just great.
Rated 15 Jul 2019
89
95th
Spider-Man: Into the LSD-Verse
Rated 27 Jan 2019
78
57th
The idea of there being a Spider(wo)man in parallel universes and the use of old-school animation is what really stood out for me. The script was tight with no boring parts. All in all an enjoyable movie to see.
Rated 18 Dec 2018
96
71st
Literally awesome ... Like every frame is a scene of joy. Story is solid kingpins motives were not clear but you know kingpin vanessa and all. Anyway it was the best of Marvel to me in every way. And one last note this was the best movie by Nicolas Cage.
Rated 29 Jan 2019
75
68th
Consciously or not, the movie tells us that no matter how conscious you are about the conventions and clichés of super-hero movies, there is something inevitable and predetermined about the persona of a hero: because his story is the product of the norms and traditions of his society, the hero is "doomed" to become a hero, it's not a matter of choice. Thus, a hero should repeat clichés, the latter is what makes one a hero, just like Achilles obeying the customs of the Gods and of the Greeks.
Rated 24 Jan 2019
73
46th
Cool visuals, great soundtrack.
Rated 05 Jul 2019
4
74th
Breakneck pace, absolutely killer style, laugh-out-loud funny, and a quaint but sincere theme of inclusiveness.
Rated 11 Mar 2019
87
95th
A big leap forward for both animation in general and comic-book adaptations in particular. While the low framerate bothered me in a few scenes, most of the time I was stunned by the rich visuals, innovative stylistic touches and the sheer amount of gags. Some elements of the plot setup and character arcs might have been improved in a longer (or less populated) film, but this is just a blast from start to finish - and I say that as someone who never really cared all that much about Spider-Man.
Rated 16 Jan 2019
7
84th
While the climactic sequence droned on a bit long and loud and chaotic for me, everything up to there was a good deal of fun with a lot more personality in its storytelling and visuals than your average superhero movie. Certainly stands above Incredibles 2 for me as far as 2018 animated superhero flicks go.
Rated 16 Jan 2019
89
85th
I am typically bored by superhero films, but I spent most of this movie smiling. The dialog and unique visual style are funny and captivating, and the story is good enough.
Rated 03 Feb 2019
98
96th
It was the most visually ambitious of any Marvel/Sony entry to date and held down the narrative aspect as well thanks to the inclusion of Miles Morales. Morales definitely changed the Spider-Man game when he was introduced and this film definitely tackled a crazy new aspect of the comic lore. It thrived on being the most culturally in tune superhero flick of the past decade and that definitely helped sell to a wide variety of age groups. A little fun for all ages. A great film.
Rated 08 Jul 2019
81
86th
A creative, fun romp which has style for days and enough clever use of characters and humor to overcome the fairly boilerplate story. It may not quite be up the standard set by Spider-man 2 but it is sure a hell of a good time.
Rated 08 Dec 2018
100
91st
"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" isn't only the best film featuring Marvel's web-slinging hero to date, but also one of the very best films of the year. Everything I have to say about this film are thoughts that have been echoed by almost every other reviewer: it's vibrant, joyously self-referential, heartfelt, stunningly animated, and, all-in-all, perfection. There isn't a scene, or character, or moment I'd alter in any way. It's been a long, long time since I've adored a movie this much.
Rated 15 Dec 2018
60
69th
"That the powerful play goes on, and you may contribute a spider-verse." I had a smile on my face throughout, so that's a good sign. Enjoyable but didn't knock my socks off. Still, stuff like seeing actual "Kirby Krackle" on-screen put a big smile on my face.
Rated 24 Jun 2019
70
72nd
Can't quite articulate its comedy potential, but it's beautifully designed and smartly narrated.
Rated 19 May 2019
92
96th
Every single frame of this film is fucking gorgeous, the voice acting is all over brilliant and the emotion conveyed through it is absolutely fucking amazing.
Rated 16 Dec 2018
91
93rd
2018 seems to be the year that they finally figured out Spider-Man. Enough call backs to remain true to it's roots, the film also "updates" the series for the new generation in the best way possible. Art design is a hyperbolic, almost synesthetic re-vamp of the old Kirby comics. Probably my favorite movie of the year; watch this even if you've never seen a comic book before.
Rated 07 Jun 2019
85
84th
fuuuun stuuuuff
Rated 17 Dec 2018
81
80th
Homecoming is shook.
Rated 17 Dec 2018
97
96th
Every frame is a work of art, every story beat is earned, every joke is lovely. But beyond what a spectacle this is, beyond the jaw-dropping work of art it is, it's also a cultural stamp. I can't think of anything that better encapsulates and filters and translates the flurry of the 2010s better than this, and how fitting that it's all wound up inside a superhero film. This is the best Marvel film ever made, the best Spider-Man film ever made, and one of the best films of the year.
Rated 25 Dec 2018
90
91st
Amazing art and fresh story/storytelling.
Rated 25 Dec 2018
87
96th
One of the most imaginative and creative animated films of the last decade. A must-see for any fans of the webby protagonist or just good animation in general. It successfully juggles a large star studded cast with well written story arcs for nearly all characters. Despite the PG rating it manages to please all audiences and it's humor is self-referential without trying too hard. It's topped off with a moody fitting soundtrack, and a poignant Stan Lee cameo to boot. The biggest surprise of 2018.
Rated 26 Dec 2018
74
68th
The animation style is fantastic and ground breaking, and the first act was brilliant in how it turned the standard origin story structure on it's head. However Spider-Verse fails to properly utilise the fantastic array of characters it introduces. Spider Gwen was a particularly noticeable victim here, but I was also gutted at how under used Spider-Ham was. Finally the climax is disappointingly generic superhero fare which is a shame given how the movie was set up to break new ground.
Rated 11 May 2019
95
93rd
Well, now I understand why people love this that much. Old memes, fresh memes, scenes that became meme, great referances and most importantly; great jokes. Personally, I'm a vanilla lover so watching Miles as Spidey is not my thing. Luckily, there are Peters and others. My only problem with this movie is soundtrack, that's all.
Rated 28 Dec 2018
86
95th
Visually stunning, filled with cool Spiderman gags and a crossover plot that isn't completely dumb, this is the Spider-Man movie fans always wanted. This might even be the movie comic book fans in general always wanted. It perfectly captures everything that is great about comic books and why you read them.
Rated 28 Dec 2018
90
96th
Terrific. I love the animation style, I love the heart the film has. The line for Spider-Noir and Spider-Ham starts here.
Rated 28 Dec 2018
100
90th
The phenomenal attention to detail in the animation alone makes this the best comic adaptation I've ever seen. Exceptional style. Plot-wise it wasn't completely on point for me, not enough everyday awkward Spidey at school and a bit heavy on the non-stop slightly too convoluted Spideyverse-action. That's me being nitpicky and probably a very subjective assessment - it's a definite must see movie regardless. The hopefully upcoming Nic Cage Noir-Spidey movie is a must-see as well.
Rated 26 Jul 2019
74
56th
Packs a good deal of flair and charm into a lightweight story that doesn't try to do too much. I'd say it's a bit flimsy even for a superhero movie but what it does it does well.
Rated 01 Jan 2019
90
87th
It's kind of astonishing that some people made a comic book movie that people aren't fighting about. It's even more astonishing that someone made a non-MCU Marvel slick that isn't trash. My only reservation on this one was that the hyper-exaggerated villains kind of bugged me. That's not a big objection. On second viewing, I still loved this.
Rated 02 Jan 2019
95
84th
wow! Well done. Super entertaining and quite original.
Rated 03 Jan 2019
75
49th
Fun, to be sure. The animation is always interesting to look at, bringing a verve to the standard super-hero arc. And I appreciate its historical sensibility, interacting with other versions of Spider Man.
Rated 03 Jan 2019
46
94th
Brilliant film and the style is such a breath of fresh air after the last thousand Disney/Pixar animated films. It's kinetic, funny, exciting, sweet, and nearly the perfect distillation of Spider-Man. However, if anything, there's too much movie here and consequentially the plot feels a bit rushed at times. But the highest praise I can offer this film is that it made me remember what it was like to fantasize about being Spider-Man when I was a kid. Great stuff, see it in the theatre.
Rated 13 Jul 2019
80
89th
Fresh in the way a superhero movie hasn't been in ten years. Fun animation, solid story structure, genuine jokes, and great voice acting by everyone but Jake Johnson - that guy sucks.
Rated 12 Jan 2019
80
90th
Great animation
Rated 18 Jan 2019
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Has obvious similarities writing wise to every Lord/Miller project where it uses the genre the film in described as to deconstruct it. Jokes come at a quick pace and the animation is a nice experiment. A little hard on this guy's eyes but whatever. My issue is the same issue that plagued The LEGO Movie and Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs in that within the confines of a children's picture they aren't able to fully spread their wings. Please for the love of Christ make a clone high movie!

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