Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has come to cinemas and the animated classic will have you wanting more and more of the franchise!
Following the events of the previous film of the franchise, Spider-Man is met with what’s right and what must happen. We see Miles Morales juggle the every day struggles of a teen as well as wanting to be the friendly neighbourhood Spider-Man that the community have grown to reply on. When Miles realises that the death of a police captain close to Spider-Man is a running theme in all universes, it hits home with the news of his father is due a promotion in this role.
The plot involves Gwen Stacy trying to live up to expectations that are set by her father who is also a police officer. Dealing with the emotional trauma of the events you’ve seen previously, Gwen is finding it difficult to find her place in the world. With the help of Miles, she undertakes a journey to find herself and her purpose.
The main villain of Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is Spot, who’s unique abilities and craving for power have proved deadly to those around him. The design of Spot might look basic, however, is incredibly powerful and just goes to show the hard work that was put in when designing the characters of the film.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse has done a great job of really digging deep into the multiverse of it all, so be prepared to see each generation of Spider-Man in a whole new light! Be prepared to meet new characters to fall in love with, and watch your existing favourites bond with similar like-minded versions.
The visuals of this movie are simply breath-taking and have worked fantastically with the animation. Each universe has it’s own styles and colours as well as unique animation themes.
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