Movie Review          "Into the Spider Verse" flies high, just like Spider Man


By Peyhton Bookart



Sony Animation's "Into the Spider-Verse" is an absolute wonder, right down to its trendy and assorted styles of activity to its striking, advanced narration. The visuals in the computer-animated superhero film are completely captivating. Quick, vivid, and unmistakable. Something Sony Animation consistently nails is the means by which each character has an articulated look and development. It is apparent that with the different sorts of Spider Men and Marvel villains included in this story, the artists went all out to give them a special character, especially notable are Spider Man Noir, Peni Parker, and Spider Ham. Noir, whose universe happens in 1930s New York, flaunts a dim, shadowy vibe like Sin City, while Peni Parker has a bubbly anime look and Spider Ham is a fun, unusual animation character who exploits his preposterous presence to convey a portion of the film's best giggles. Indeed, even with these various personalities, the film eases back down to adjust their character in a genuine nature. One of the most hard-hitting, piercing lines is spoken by Spider Ham, the breakout comedic help. The main characters are Spider-Man, Miles Morales, Spider-Man Noir, Spider-Ham, Gwen Stacy, Peni Parker. The antagonist is KingPin and Octavius. If you are looking for something to watch during this pandemic beyond the usual fare, then this might be the movie for you.

Budget: $90 million Box office: $375.5 million
Directors: Peter Ramsey, Bob Persichetti, Rodney Rothman