I saw Into The Spider-Verse Sunday and it was amazing (pun intended)! It truly is the best Spider-Man movie since Spider-Man 2!
▪️The story: The story was very investing! I honestly didn't lose interest during the whole film. It did a good job telling Miles backstory and establishing the Spider-Verse. And the message was a powerful one. It will definitely be one I will keep close to my heart. There were also a lot of neat Easter eggs through out the movie.
▪️The Spiders: Each Spider person who appeared was awesome! There was not specific break out Spider for me, they all had a good amount of screen time and establishment. I hope we see some of these spiders again in the sequel and future spin offs.
I would love a Spider-Man Noir spin off, he has a lot of go off of. Yes he's a darker Spider-Man but if they could manage to make him work in Spider-Verse, then he can work with a spin off. -
▪️The villains: This version of the #Kingpin
was amazing! #LievSchreiber
did a spectacular (someone help 😰) job as Fisk. His version of Kingpin is one of the best portrayals next to D'Onofrio and the 90s cartoon (in my opinion). #Tombstone
(who was voiced by Krondon Jones (#BlackLightning
's Tobias Whale) and some other villains were in the film, but they were mainly there as muscle. Weren't really vital to the story. I mean...#Prowler
(who was baller) had a good role out of all the other villains.
▪️The visuals: The visuals were nothing but sensational (Please. Someone make me stop.) eye candy! It was a living and breathing comic book. If I ever get a comic book made into a movie, I'm 100% sure I'm going the route of Into the Spider-Verse.
▪️Final thoughts: This is a must see film you guys! I loved the every second of it and I'm actually itching to go see it again. If you're a die hard Spidey fan, you'll love this movie. It's a wild ride with a lot of good fan service. Also, stay for the end credit scene, it's the the best 😬😁.
What did you think of Into the Spider-Verse? What did you like about it? Comment below!!